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3 Bedroom apartments for rent in Woodland Hills, CA

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Overview of Woodland Hills

Woodland Hills is nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains and is known for its affluent lifestyle, which attracts many who are searching for three bedroom apartments. With a relaxed way of life and access to abundant parks and recreation, there's always something to do in Woodland Hills. Golfers who enjoy a challenging course can head to the Woodland Hills Country Club. For an alternative to the hectic lifestyle in the City of Angles, apartment renters may want to check out Upper Las Virgenes Canyon. With access to plenty of properties throughout the community, Rent.com can make it easy to browse from the available three bedroom apartments for rent in the area so that you can get a better feel for the floor plan and amenities of an individual unit.

Searching for Three Bedroom Apartments in Woodland Hills

Los Angeles is a sprawling modern city that combines modern amenities with historic charm, so it's best to do a little research when choosing an ideal neighborhood. If you love taking a break and going for a walk in the great outdoors, Woodland Hills is definitely the place to be. You can head to the mountains and bike, walk or just relax in the sunshine. Plenty of the most spectacular sights in California are within a short distance of three bedroom apartments in Woodland Hills, including the Topanga Overlook and the Warner Ranch Park.

If you'd rather be close to the action in Los Angeles, or easy transit options are essential, you may want to check out three bedroom apartments that are closer to the Ventura Freeway. Price ranges for three bedroom apartments in Woodland Hills vary, but you can expect to pay about $3,100 to $3,400. For more information or to find out the best time to rent, check out this Rent.com blog post.

Typical Layout for Three Bedroom Apartments in Woodland Hills

Most three bedroom apartments in Woodland Hills are between 1,450 and 1,700 square feet. You can expect to find the master bedroom and bath away from the entry door for an added sense of privacy. Two smaller bedrooms may be flanked by a kitchen or be on either side of the building. While most apartments come with the essential appliances, you may want to consider the layout of a kitchen before renting. If you're sharing the space with friends, it may be better to opt for a larger kitchen that provides everyone with plenty of room.