Overview of Phoenix
Townhouse rentals have always been popular housing options in large cities and Phoenix is no exception. Since townhouses have small footprints, they allow a large number of people to live comfortably in a small area. In recent decades, townhouse rentals have become popular with renters who want more space than an apartment but without the cost of renting a stand-alone house. Often designed with more than one or two bedrooms and featuring the latest appliances, a townhouse can be a great transition property for a young working professional.
Finding Townhouse Rentals in Phoenix, AZ
Townhouse rentals can vary significantly from one property to another and also by neighborhoods. Some townhomes for rent can be quite small. They offer just enough space for a single person or couple to live. Other rental properties, however, have multiple bedrooms, large dining rooms, and even garages that offer plenty of storage space.
Since these attributes can vary, rental prices also vary. That's why it is important for you to consider which features you need most when choosing a townhouse rental. Typically, townhomes in densely populated urban centers tend to be smaller in size than in larger developments in suburban neighborhoods.
If you're looking for townhouse rentals in the greater Phoenix area, here are some neighborhoods to help you get started.
Central City Village - The urban center of Phoenix, Central City Village is home to Downtown Phoenix and many of the oldest neighborhoods in Phoenix. Central City Village is Phoenix's government and employment center.
Camelback East Village - The village is offers diverse housing stock built between 1950 and 1970. Landmarks of Camelback East include Squaw Peak Mountain Park, the Phoenix Zoo and the Desert Botanical Gardens.
South Mountain Village - Its proximity to Downtown Phoenix, the airport and major employment centers, makes South Mountain Village a popular neighborhood for Phoenix residents.
Chandler - This bedroom commuter community is home to manufacturers, the Chandler Center for the Arts, the Arizona Railway Museum, and its annual Ostrich Festival.
Gilbert - This bicycle-friendly community includes protected bird areas, lake recreational areas, and nationally renowned dog parks.
Glendale - This suburb is known as a local antique capital and home to the NFL's Arizona Cardinals.
Mesa - The history of Mesa dates back approximately 2000 years but you can find current homes for rent available in this area listed online.
Scottsdale - Find a home for rent in what the New York Times has described as a desert version of Miami's South Beach.
Tempe - The headquarters of Arizona State University are located here, along with rental properties and students looking for roommates.
For additional information on Phoenix area townhouse rentals, use Rent.com® to search for townhomes by price, amenities and location.