Homes for Rent in Fremont
Fremont homes for rent offer you rather quiet, peaceful living with some of the most beautiful views of parks and gardens. Known as «the bedroom city,» Fremont is the kind of place where people come to live a laidback life and travel to nearby cities like San Jose and San Francisco for work and fun. This means that you get the best of both worlds in your Fremont home for rent. Live the peaceful life away from the city humdrum and enjoy the high life with easy access to the most happening places in the Bay Area. Start with taking some time to figure out exactly what kind of house for rent you'd like and in what area.
Variety of Choices
Fremont homes for rent could easily be classified as those on the pricier side. However, paying a good sum of money also ensures that you get the best of lifestyles and a secured habitat. There are some areas pricier than others. For instance, a two-bedroom home for rent by owner in Nile District would certainly be more expensive and you will definitely find a cheaper one in Centerville District. However, do account for the neighborhood, security, and other factors before you decide on what home to rent. Fremont, unfortunately, is no stranger to sporadic criminal activities and hence, you must include the security factor on your list of priorities, even if it costs you a few hundred dollars more than the other.
Some of Fremont's favorite neighborhoods are Nile District, North Fremont District, Glenmoor, Mission San Jose District, Bay Side District, and Central District. If you are a Charlie Chaplin fan, it sure would be nice to know that a lot of his movies were shot in the Nile District. Mission San Jose District is a historic locality, and is listed as one of the top 500 most different communities by CNN's Money Magazine. It has one of the most highly regarded public school systems. Glenmoor is another very quiet and beautiful neighborhood with older, well-built homes, good schools, lovely parks, and a host of other community recreational facilities.
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A home rental in these or one of many such other neighborhoods could cost you quite a bit, but is well worth it. You could easily be paying a rent of over $1,000 a month for a studio or single-bedroom home in a place like Nile District. A good two-bedroom home could cost you anywhere between $1,750 and $2,250, and for more than that, which could very well go up to $4,000, you could own a beautifully built and accessorized three-bedroom home. These prices are well in accordance with the average home rental prices in all the Bay Area cities.
Budget can be quite a strong factor when choosing even a Fremont single home for rent, as apart from the rent itself, you also need to carefully account for electricity bills, fuel prices, as well as grocery expenses, which can all be accordingly high, as the entire Bay Area is, on the whole, quite expensive.
Living it up in Fremont
If you are coming from a city like San Diego, San Jose, or any other highlife city, you may find Fremont as a rather quiet, laidback place that doesn't have too many avenues for party and fun. However, even though that may be partially true, Fremont does offer you very easy access to places like San Francisco and San Jose, which are perfect for indulging the party animal or shopaholic inside you. This means that while you can easily travel to these places for pandering and fun activities, a Fremont home for rent is the perfect place to come back to. Rest and relax in a classy home in a beautiful neighborhood.
Life in Fremont itself isn't that plain anyway. There are plenty of exotic eating out options from Afghani and Indian to Mexican and Chinese. Also, check out the Naz Theatre if you have a thing for Bollywood movies, and there's Broadway West for artistic stage productions. For the nature lovers there are plenty of really beautiful parks, which aren't just great for some quality time but also many neighborhoods host their holiday bashes there. You can go cycling along the Alameda Creek Trail that offers breathtaking views of the Bay Area and plenty of holistic exercise. Or you could climb the Mission Peak for better exercise and of course, a better view.
A number of local pubs and wine bars serving the best of California wines are happy to have you on any night, and if you like some music with your spirits, there's Nectar, a great place for live music, dancing, drinking, and fresh outdoor air in between sets. So get yourself a home in Fremont and be a part of the happy-go-lucky lifestyle of «the bedroom city.»