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169 Apartments for rent in Mount Vernon, VA

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3459 Little Hunting Creek Dr G
3459 Little Hunting Creek Drive , Mount Vernon, VA
Mount Vernon
1 Bedroom
$1,100
Last updated September 22 at 09:23 AM
Unit G Available 10/01/20 Renovated Garage MIL Apartment - Property Id: 153157 Furnished Mother in Law suite with full size refrigerator/freezer, microwave, coffee pot, countertop oven - queen size bed, couch, table with two chairs, spacious
1 Unit Available
8533 GALLAHAN COURT
8533 Gallahan Court , Mount Vernon, VA
Mount Vernon
5 Bedrooms
$3,900
4704 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
New paint, New carpet an oversized kitchen island offers Five spacious bedrooms with four and a half baths make it a home that has everything anyone could want.
1 Unit Available
8804 MANSION FARM PLACE
8804 Mansion Farm Place , Mount Vernon, VA
Mount Vernon
4 Bedrooms
$3,500
2790 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Gem- A rare find in Alexandria- This Four bedroom is renovated from top to bottom. You will not believe your eyes. The kitchen is gorgeous. All new appliances, windows, flooring, bathrooms-All over.
1 Unit Available
9216 VOLUNTEER DRIVE
9216 Volunteer Drive , Mount Vernon, VA
Mount Vernon
5 Bedrooms
$3,095
3280 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Beautiful Home! Quiet neighborhood. Close to historic Mt. Vernon, Old Town & D.C. 5 Bed 3.5 Bath (w/ 2 masters) and huge 3 car garage. Home has been kept in great condition. Master has jacuzzi tub. Large family room & rec room on main level.
1 Unit Available
8424 RICHMOND HIGHWAY
8424 Richmond Highway , Mount Vernon, VA
Mount Vernon
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
874 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Pardon our dust as we put the last few following touches on this unit. Completely redone unit with new kitchen and bath. This one will knock your socks off. Balcony over looking the common area. All utilities included .
1 Unit Available
8420 RICHMOND HIGHWAY
8420 Richmond Highway , Mount Vernon, VA
Mount Vernon
1 Bedroom
$1,400
700 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Conveniently located near shopping, dining, public transport. All utilities included in rent. Washer & Dryer in unit. Cleaned and ready for move in. No smokers, no pets.
1 Unit Available
3806 SULGRAVE DR
3806 Sulgrave Drive , Mount Vernon, VA
Mount Vernon
3 Bedrooms
$2,750
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
Great location! Close to Fort Belvoir, Mount Vernon, Trails, Parks and the Potomac. Shops, Costco and Wegmans just a short drive away. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath, detached home is move-in ready.
1 Unit Available
8747-8801 COOPER RD
8747 Cooper Rd , Mount Vernon, VA
Mount Vernon
Studio
$2,500
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
RETAIL, OFFICE, DAYCARE, AND MUCH MORE USE 8801 IS ALSO FOR LEASE KEY IN THE LOCKBOX AT THE 8847 FRONT DOOR PLEASE CALL THW LISTING AGENT FOR INFORMATION
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16 Units Available
Abbotts Run Apartments
5711 Woodlawn Gable Dr , Fairfax County, VA
Mount Vernon
1 Bedroom
$1,505
782 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,583
1114 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 11:38 PM
Abbotts Run is one of Alexandria's best-kept secrets in apartment living. Set in a wooded lot and featuring lush, mature landscaping, our Mount Vernon community offers one-bedroom and two-bedroom homes, as well as loft-style apartments.
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20 Units Available
Haven Mt. Vernon
5401 Claymont Dr , Alexandria, VA
Mount Vernon
1 Bedroom
$1,300
687 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
956 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:41 PM
Need a gorgeous apartment with lots of square footage, a gorgeous pool, plenty of light, and steps away from the heart of DC? Look no further than Sacramento Square!
1 Unit Available
7579 Great Swan Ct
7579 Great Swan Ct , Hybla Valley, VA
Hybla Valley
3 Bedrooms
$2,595
2014 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 11:10 PM
Three level 3 bedroom 3 bath brink front end unit TH with 1-car gar. This home offers fresh paint, new carpet new stove coming! Spacious eat-in kitchen with pantry, island and desk lead to deck.
1 Unit Available
8515 Hallie Rose Pl
8515 Hallie Rose Street , Fairfax County, VA
Mount Vernon
3 Bedrooms
$2,450
2640 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 09:24 AM
Available 10/01/20 Extra Large Newer Condo in Alexandria - Property Id: 367032 Newer carpet and paint all over, New refrigerator, newer A/C. End unit with many windows and abundance of natural light.
1 Unit Available
7983 AVERY PARK COURT
7983 Avery Park Ct , Hybla Valley, VA
Hybla Valley
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
1890 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
IT'S VACANT AND HAS SENTRILOCK PLEASE GO AND SHOW THIS BEAUTIFUL 3 BEDS 3.5 BATHS 1 GARAGE BRICK FRONT 4 LEVEL TOWNHOUSE . HARDWOOD FLOOR ON MAIN LEVEL.
1 Unit Available
8511 ENGLESIDE STREET
8511 Engleside Street , Fairfax County, VA
Mount Vernon
3 Bedrooms
$2,450
1660 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
NEW CONSTRUCTION! NEW CONSTRUCTION * NEW APPLIANCES *** Single-family house, 2-level, 3 generous-size bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms. Open concept main-level living with combo Living room/ dining room/ kitchen combo.
1 Unit Available
3917 WOODHUE PLACE
3917 Woodhue Place , Fairfax County, VA
Mount Vernon
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1266 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Unique, contemporary floor plan offers a bedroom and full bath on the main level! Upper level MBR has a huge finished attic area that can be used for a den/study,walk-in closet or storage area!Updated kitchen ,recent renovated baths,recent
1 Unit Available
4439 PEMBROOK VILLAGE DRIVE
4439 Pembroke Village Drive , Fairfax County, VA
Mount Vernon
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
1097 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Welcome home to this beautifully renovated 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom roomate style condo in the Pembrook Village Community.
1 Unit Available
7502 CALDERON COURT
7502 Calderon Court , Hybla Valley, VA
Hybla Valley
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
1100 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Spacious 2 bedroom 2 full bath condo located on main level with walk up patio entrance, new carpet, separate dining room/sunroom. Full Size washer and Dryer. 1 assigned parking pass as well as guest parking.
1 Unit Available
4410 PEMBROOK VILLAGE DRIVE
4410 Pembroke Village Drive , Fairfax County, VA
Mount Vernon
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
1097 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Welcome to this beautifully renovated 2 bedroom and 2 bathroom roommate style condo in the Pembrook Village Community.
1 Unit Available
2905 BOSWELL AVENUE
2905 Boswell Avenue , Hybla Valley, VA
Hybla Valley
4 Bedrooms
$3,100
1638 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Perfect for any professional office/home use. Great size lot, 4 bedroom 3 full bath, in premier location. Easy access to all major roads, Old Town, Ft. Belvoir, and Crystal City. Large parking area, private rear yard.
1 Unit Available
8625 BEEKMAN PLACE
8625 Beekman Place , Fairfax County, VA
Mount Vernon
2 Bedrooms
$1,950
825 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
Newly Renovated 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo.
1 Unit Available
7901 CENTRAL PARK CIRCLE
7901 Central Park Circle , Fairfax County, VA
Mount Vernon
4 Bedrooms
$2,000
2112 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 12:10 AM
A PROFESSIONALLY MANAGED PROPERTY. Over 2100 square feet of living space in this upgraded townhome with fireplace, patio, gas heat & cooking. Adjacent to park, close to schools, shopping, entertainment, Ft. Belvoir and major access routes.
1 Unit Available
7571 GREY GOOSE WAY
7571 Grey Goose Way , Hybla Valley, VA
Hybla Valley
3 Bedrooms
$2,850
Last updated September 22 at 12:09 AM
Wear a mask please.. NEW CARPETING IS BEING INSTALLED. NEW STAINLESS STELL APPLIANCES WILL BE INSTALLED BY THE END OF DECEMBER--THEY ARE ON BACK ORDER. Beautifully maintained and gorgeous. Over 2200 sq. ft.
1 Unit Available
7835 MOUNT WOODLEY PLACE
7835 Mount Woodley Place , Hybla Valley, VA
Hybla Valley
1 Bedroom
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3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1344 sqft
Last updated February 28 at 11:38 PM
SUPER END UNIT TOWNHOUSE--OPEN STAIRWAY--COMPLETELY OPENED UP. WELL MAINTAINED 3 LEVELS. WONDERFUL KITCHEN,2 MSTBDRMS. HDWD FLRS MLEVEL. SUPER CONVENIENT TO SHOPS
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Riverside Apartments
5860 Cameron Run Ter , Alexandria, VA
Huntington
Studio
$1,034
502 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,208
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,549
1130 sqft
Last updated September 22 at 11:40 PM
Gorgeous brand new and remodeled homes with quartz countertops and luxury flooring. Stunning Riverside views that will make your home along the Potomac your oasis. Close to the Huntington Metro and Old Town Alexandria.
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City GuideMount Vernon
"I had rather be at Mount Vernon with a friend or two about me, than to be attended at the seat of government by the officers of state and the representatives of every power in Europe." - George Washington, letter to David Stuart, Jun. 15, 1790
"I had rather be at Mount Vernon with a friend or two about me, than to be attended at the seat of government by the officers of state and the representatives of every power in Europe." - George Washington, letter to David Stuart, Jun. 15, 1790

Mount Vernon is a small town in Virginia and the former home of President George Washington. The town is named for the Mount Vernon plantation, which rests on the banks of the Potomac River. With a population of just over 12,000, Mount Vernon has particularly high property values. However, the history of the city attracts thousands of visitors to it each year.

Moving to Mount Vernon

What Does it Cost to Live Here?

The first thing you should know about Mount Vernon is that it is a bit more costly than you may expect. The second thing you should know it's crowded. With a population of around 12,000 crammed into five square miles, there are nearly 2,300 people per mile. However, there are numerous housing options to choose from including one-bedroom apartments and rental houses.

In relation to property values, the average cost has tripled in the past decade. Property values in the area are on the rise, and around Mount Vernon, they are nearly twice that of the Virginia state average. Of course, this is due to the amount of history and the number of politicians living in the area; well-known people tend to draw high value. On the other hand, modifying any part of a major historical area like Mount Vernon carries costs.

How Long Should I Start Looking Before I Make a Decision?

Even though purchasing a home might be out of the question unless you want to become very good friends with a mortgage payment, renting an apartment in Mount Vernon is a much better option. There are numerous places to rent in the area through both real estate companies and private landlords. Real estate companies tend to have more amenities, but private landlords are easier to negotiate with. You might be able to get a better deal by renting an older home in the area. In either case, you should start searching well ahead of time; finding the best deal on a place to live is essential to cutting costs in your move.

What Do I Need to Successfully Move In?

Make sure you have all the important documentation with you: credit history, proof of income, past rental history, etc. And make sure you've got a clear idea of what you're looking for. While many of the homes in the area are beautiful, not all are practical. A large number of the homes were built during colonial times and are not the most energy efficient, which will make it even more expensive and less comfortable during the sometimes harsh winters of Virginia. Because of this, it's often better to find a modern two-bedroom apartment and appreciate the view rather than live in one of the old houses.

Moving to Mount Vernon
+

What Does it Cost to Live Here?

The first thing you should know about Mount Vernon is that it is a bit more costly than you may expect. The second thing you should know it's crowded. With a population of around 12,000 crammed into five square miles, there are nearly 2,300 people per mile. However, there are numerous housing options to choose from including one-bedroom apartments and rental houses.

In relation to property values, the average cost has tripled in the past decade. Property values in the area are on the rise, and around Mount Vernon, they are nearly twice that of the Virginia state average. Of course, this is due to the amount of history and the number of politicians living in the area; well-known people tend to draw high value. On the other hand, modifying any part of a major historical area like Mount Vernon carries costs.

How Long Should I Start Looking Before I Make a Decision?

Even though purchasing a home might be out of the question unless you want to become very good friends with a mortgage payment, renting an apartment in Mount Vernon is a much better option. There are numerous places to rent in the area through both real estate companies and private landlords. Real estate companies tend to have more amenities, but private landlords are easier to negotiate with. You might be able to get a better deal by renting an older home in the area. In either case, you should start searching well ahead of time; finding the best deal on a place to live is essential to cutting costs in your move.

What Do I Need to Successfully Move In?

Make sure you have all the important documentation with you: credit history, proof of income, past rental history, etc. And make sure you've got a clear idea of what you're looking for. While many of the homes in the area are beautiful, not all are practical. A large number of the homes were built during colonial times and are not the most energy efficient, which will make it even more expensive and less comfortable during the sometimes harsh winters of Virginia. Because of this, it's often better to find a modern two-bedroom apartment and appreciate the view rather than live in one of the old houses.

Mount Vernon Neighborhoods

Mount Vernon isn't really divided into neighborhoods so much as it is designated by landmarks. The city is bordered by the Potomac River to the south and Fort Belvoir to the west. To the north lies Huntley Meadows Park, and a small creek called Little Hunting Creek marks the east boundary. Property values are higher along the Potomac and in the more historical areas of Mount Vernon.

Mount Vernon Neighborhoods
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Mount Vernon isn't really divided into neighborhoods so much as it is designated by landmarks. The city is bordered by the Potomac River to the south and Fort Belvoir to the west. To the north lies Huntley Meadows Park, and a small creek called Little Hunting Creek marks the east boundary. Property values are higher along the Potomac and in the more historical areas of Mount Vernon.

Living in Mount Vernon

The area is especially quiet. Mount Vernon lacks the chaos of major cities, and the natural beauty of the scenery is one of the major draws of the area. There is almost no public transportation to speak of; residents drive their own vehicles or walk anywhere they need to go. Many bike along nature trails in the various parks.

Many of the rental properties are more modernized, lacking some of the charm of the colonial architecture. Residents of Mount Vernon can often be found in one of the city's many parks (George Washington Grist Mill State Park, Mt Zephyr Park, Grist Mill Park, Washington Mill Park, etc.) or at the Mount Vernon Country Club, chatting with friends or vying for a hole in one.

Some popular places to dine in Mount Vernon include the Rachawadee Thai Cafe, the Il Granaio, an authentic Italian restaurant, and the Kyoto Kitchen, a Japanese cuisine option. There are plenty of places that provide 'soul food' as well, with quite a few pubs and breweries to relax at after a long day of work.

Living in Mount Vernon
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The area is especially quiet. Mount Vernon lacks the chaos of major cities, and the natural beauty of the scenery is one of the major draws of the area. There is almost no public transportation to speak of; residents drive their own vehicles or walk anywhere they need to go. Many bike along nature trails in the various parks.

Many of the rental properties are more modernized, lacking some of the charm of the colonial architecture. Residents of Mount Vernon can often be found in one of the city's many parks (George Washington Grist Mill State Park, Mt Zephyr Park, Grist Mill Park, Washington Mill Park, etc.) or at the Mount Vernon Country Club, chatting with friends or vying for a hole in one.

Some popular places to dine in Mount Vernon include the Rachawadee Thai Cafe, the Il Granaio, an authentic Italian restaurant, and the Kyoto Kitchen, a Japanese cuisine option. There are plenty of places that provide 'soul food' as well, with quite a few pubs and breweries to relax at after a long day of work.

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City GuideMount Vernon
"I had rather be at Mount Vernon with a friend or two about me, than to be attended at the seat of government by the officers of state and the representatives of every power in Europe." - George Washington, letter to David Stuart, Jun. 15, 1790
"I had rather be at Mount Vernon with a friend or two about me, than to be attended at the seat of government by the officers of state and the representatives of every power in Europe." - George Washington, letter to David Stuart, Jun. 15, 1790

Mount Vernon is a small town in Virginia and the former home of President George Washington. The town is named for the Mount Vernon plantation, which rests on the banks of the Potomac River. With a population of just over 12,000, Mount Vernon has particularly high property values. However, the history of the city attracts thousands of visitors to it each year.

Moving to Mount Vernon

What Does it Cost to Live Here?

The first thing you should know about Mount Vernon is that it is a bit more costly than you may expect. The second thing you should know it's crowded. With a population of around 12,000 crammed into five square miles, there are nearly 2,300 people per mile. However, there are numerous housing options to choose from including one-bedroom apartments and rental houses.

In relation to property values, the average cost has tripled in the past decade. Property values in the area are on the rise, and around Mount Vernon, they are nearly twice that of the Virginia state average. Of course, this is due to the amount of history and the number of politicians living in the area; well-known people tend to draw high value. On the other hand, modifying any part of a major historical area like Mount Vernon carries costs.

How Long Should I Start Looking Before I Make a Decision?

Even though purchasing a home might be out of the question unless you want to become very good friends with a mortgage payment, renting an apartment in Mount Vernon is a much better option. There are numerous places to rent in the area through both real estate companies and private landlords. Real estate companies tend to have more amenities, but private landlords are easier to negotiate with. You might be able to get a better deal by renting an older home in the area. In either case, you should start searching well ahead of time; finding the best deal on a place to live is essential to cutting costs in your move.

What Do I Need to Successfully Move In?

Make sure you have all the important documentation with you: credit history, proof of income, past rental history, etc. And make sure you've got a clear idea of what you're looking for. While many of the homes in the area are beautiful, not all are practical. A large number of the homes were built during colonial times and are not the most energy efficient, which will make it even more expensive and less comfortable during the sometimes harsh winters of Virginia. Because of this, it's often better to find a modern two-bedroom apartment and appreciate the view rather than live in one of the old houses.

Moving to Mount Vernon
+

What Does it Cost to Live Here?

The first thing you should know about Mount Vernon is that it is a bit more costly than you may expect. The second thing you should know it's crowded. With a population of around 12,000 crammed into five square miles, there are nearly 2,300 people per mile. However, there are numerous housing options to choose from including one-bedroom apartments and rental houses.

In relation to property values, the average cost has tripled in the past decade. Property values in the area are on the rise, and around Mount Vernon, they are nearly twice that of the Virginia state average. Of course, this is due to the amount of history and the number of politicians living in the area; well-known people tend to draw high value. On the other hand, modifying any part of a major historical area like Mount Vernon carries costs.

How Long Should I Start Looking Before I Make a Decision?

Even though purchasing a home might be out of the question unless you want to become very good friends with a mortgage payment, renting an apartment in Mount Vernon is a much better option. There are numerous places to rent in the area through both real estate companies and private landlords. Real estate companies tend to have more amenities, but private landlords are easier to negotiate with. You might be able to get a better deal by renting an older home in the area. In either case, you should start searching well ahead of time; finding the best deal on a place to live is essential to cutting costs in your move.

What Do I Need to Successfully Move In?

Make sure you have all the important documentation with you: credit history, proof of income, past rental history, etc. And make sure you've got a clear idea of what you're looking for. While many of the homes in the area are beautiful, not all are practical. A large number of the homes were built during colonial times and are not the most energy efficient, which will make it even more expensive and less comfortable during the sometimes harsh winters of Virginia. Because of this, it's often better to find a modern two-bedroom apartment and appreciate the view rather than live in one of the old houses.

Mount Vernon Neighborhoods

Mount Vernon isn't really divided into neighborhoods so much as it is designated by landmarks. The city is bordered by the Potomac River to the south and Fort Belvoir to the west. To the north lies Huntley Meadows Park, and a small creek called Little Hunting Creek marks the east boundary. Property values are higher along the Potomac and in the more historical areas of Mount Vernon.

Mount Vernon Neighborhoods
+

Mount Vernon isn't really divided into neighborhoods so much as it is designated by landmarks. The city is bordered by the Potomac River to the south and Fort Belvoir to the west. To the north lies Huntley Meadows Park, and a small creek called Little Hunting Creek marks the east boundary. Property values are higher along the Potomac and in the more historical areas of Mount Vernon.

Living in Mount Vernon

The area is especially quiet. Mount Vernon lacks the chaos of major cities, and the natural beauty of the scenery is one of the major draws of the area. There is almost no public transportation to speak of; residents drive their own vehicles or walk anywhere they need to go. Many bike along nature trails in the various parks.

Many of the rental properties are more modernized, lacking some of the charm of the colonial architecture. Residents of Mount Vernon can often be found in one of the city's many parks (George Washington Grist Mill State Park, Mt Zephyr Park, Grist Mill Park, Washington Mill Park, etc.) or at the Mount Vernon Country Club, chatting with friends or vying for a hole in one.

Some popular places to dine in Mount Vernon include the Rachawadee Thai Cafe, the Il Granaio, an authentic Italian restaurant, and the Kyoto Kitchen, a Japanese cuisine option. There are plenty of places that provide 'soul food' as well, with quite a few pubs and breweries to relax at after a long day of work.

Living in Mount Vernon
+

The area is especially quiet. Mount Vernon lacks the chaos of major cities, and the natural beauty of the scenery is one of the major draws of the area. There is almost no public transportation to speak of; residents drive their own vehicles or walk anywhere they need to go. Many bike along nature trails in the various parks.

Many of the rental properties are more modernized, lacking some of the charm of the colonial architecture. Residents of Mount Vernon can often be found in one of the city's many parks (George Washington Grist Mill State Park, Mt Zephyr Park, Grist Mill Park, Washington Mill Park, etc.) or at the Mount Vernon Country Club, chatting with friends or vying for a hole in one.

Some popular places to dine in Mount Vernon include the Rachawadee Thai Cafe, the Il Granaio, an authentic Italian restaurant, and the Kyoto Kitchen, a Japanese cuisine option. There are plenty of places that provide 'soul food' as well, with quite a few pubs and breweries to relax at after a long day of work.