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Popular Wheaton Apartments
Silver Spring, Maryland, 20910
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,540 - $2,440
2 Bedrooms$2,365 - $3,375
Bethesda, Maryland, 20814
2 Bedrooms$1,803 - $2,423
3 Bedrooms$2,577 - $2,767
Silver Spring, Maryland, 20910
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,350 - $2,836
2 Bedrooms$2,117 - $2,702
Bethesda, Maryland, 20814
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,345 - $2,046
2 Bedrooms$2,598 - $2,693
Wheaton Apartments Info
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Wheaton is a remarkable metropolitan area in which to find your new place - there are ample commuter friendly apartments available for rent both north of city center and in many other wonderful neighborhoods as well. Be sure to keep reading for the word on Wheaton and how to find your new apartment. Best of luck with finding your new apartment!
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Marvelous Rentals in Wheaton
Can you imagine what life would be like without 24-hour news and “Baywatch” reruns? Thanks to C.F. Jenkins, a Wheaton, Maryland, resident and the first to broadcast television in the United States, you don’t have to. Rent an apartment in this Washington, D.C. suburb and live in a town with a pioneering spirit (and elite channel surfing skills). Whether you’re looking for top-notch schools, awesome events, and award-winning restaurants or you just need a living room comfy enough to watch every season of “Battlestar Galactica,” you’ll love living in Wheaton.
Want to find out more about Wheaton High School? Check out our Wheaton LocalTalk for information about the city’s superb schools. Looking for an apartment near Chuck Levin's Washington Music Center? Talk to our local experts by using the ""Ask a Question"" feature and find out what it’s like to live in a town that appreciates the healing power of post-work sitcoms.
What about Wheaton Rental Rates?
Want to cut back on the rent? Find a roommate and discuss the merits of vacuum robots at Sergio's Place. Why not split the rent three ways? Locate a second roommate and replace your dated wardrobe with a trip to Wheaton Plaza. Start looking for an apartment in Wheaton by checking out some of the rentals listed below. So how much to apartments here go for? Refer to the rent table to see the latest prices on one, two, and three bedroom apartments. And make sure that you check out the works of James Joyce (and “Air Bud”) from Wheaton Regional Public Library.
In the Center of It All
Is the nearest café in your current city so far away that you have to pencil in your morning latte? Is your town still waiting to hear back on that whole Wi-Fi thing? Rent one of Wheaton’s amazing apartments and live in a town where buying groceries doesn’t involve a two-hour layover in Scranton. According to Montgomery County Government, “Wheaton is in the center of it all.” Strategically located at the center of major thoroughfares and in close proximity to Washington, D.C., this charming town offers easy access to world-class restaurants, shopping, entertainment, and delicious moussaka. It also boasts a healthy population of around 60,000. Should you need help carrying a coffee table up the stairs or directions to the best local dim sum place, one of the town’s friendly residents is sure to help. Rent an apartment in Wheaton and be where the action is.
Trails, Tennis, and More
Does your current city offer as many recreational opportunities as Disney does zombie movies? Rent an apartment in Wheaton and you’ll have more to do on a sunny day than watch the grass grow. The Montgomery County Department of Parks maintains great recreational programs and facilities year-round to ensure that you never have to rely on tackle poker for recreation. Take 9.3-acre Wheaton Forest Local Park, for instance. With tennis courts, basketball courts, a ball field, a playground, and more, this park is a great alternative to another mind-numbing round of 20 questions with your roommate. If you’re more in the mood for a serene hike, there are more than 100 miles of trails in the area. Should squirrels and deer not be your crowd, you can always sign up for golf or tennis classes and meet fellow sports enthusiasts. Rent one of Wheaton’s fine apartments and enjoy top-notch recreation year-round.
Festivals and Flicks
You wouldn’t move to a culturally diverse, entertaining town like Wheaton and waste all your time fiddling around with some silly tablet, would you? You’ll have no excuse for spending your valuable time collecting apps once you see all that this great town has to offer in terms of entertainment and fun events. Take a break from playing flash games and learn about world cultures at the World of Montgomery Festival. This annual event celebrates the rich heritage of the town with food, art, singers, dancers, story-tellers, and much more. If watching pixelated videos of people’s cats isn’t your idea of blockbuster entertainment, head down to Montgomery Royal Theaters and enjoy the latest releases on the big screen. No matter what thrills you, you’ll find something fun to do 365 days a year in Wheaton. So stop pasting your roommate’s picture on dancing elves and see what this charming town has to offer.
Average Apartment Rent in Wheaton, Maryland
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Wheaton Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Wheaton have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In April the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Wheaton apartment cost $1,671. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Wheaton apartment was $1,989 in April. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Wheaton rentals listed below.
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Map & Local Information
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What do people do for fun in Wheaton?
Home to D.C.'s best ethnic food, dining out is a safe bet in Wheaton. In fact, Nava and Ruan topped the the Washington City Paper's 2009 critics' choice for best Thai in the whole metro area. A dense town with many shops and restaurants, residents and visitors alike may pass time simply strolling along its sidewalks or shopping at the Westfield Mall. Brookside Gardens is a free botanical garden while Wheaton Regional Park, a forested 536-acre area established in 1958, offers specified locations for family picnics as well barbeques, fishing, ball courts, horseback riding, hiking, and a train that runs through the park.
What do people in Wheaton do as far as outdoor recreation?
There is a plethora of green space in and around Wheaton. In addition to many smaller parks within the city limits, Wheaton Regional Park is located in nearby Silver Spring, Maryland. A forested 536-acre area established in 1958, Wheaton Regional Park offers specified locations for family picnics as well barbeques, fishing, ball courts, horseback riding, hiking, and a train that runs through the park. To the north, Rock Creek Regional Park covers approximately 1800 acres and includes the 75-acre Lake Needwood and the 55-acre Lake Frank. Activities include hiking along the park's 13 miles of trails, picnicking, fishing, and boating.
Do most people in Wheaton rely on public transportation?
Not most, but a surprisingly high number of people do. In fact, the number of people who take public transportation in Wheaton (about 22 percent) is 219 percent greater than the Maryland average and 861 percent greater than the national average. These figures indicate that Wheaton has a highly developed public transportation system. One of the most highly utilized forms of public transit in Wheaton is the Metrorail Red Line, which is run by the Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority. Wheaton is served by the Wheaton Metro Station, which provided access to Washington, D.C., and points in between.