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Eugene Apartments for Rent

Sheldon Butte
Eugene, OR 97401
$745 - $895
1 - 2 Beds
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1 Bed
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EUGENE MANOR
Eugene, OR 97401
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1 Bed
Highstreet Terrace
Eugene, OR 97401
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1 Bed
Patterson Tower Apartments
Eugene, OR 97401
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1 Bed
OLIVE PLAZA
Eugene, OR 97401
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1 Bed
WEST TOWN ON 8TH
Eugene, OR 97401
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1 Bed
Broadway Place Apartments
Eugene, OR 97401
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1 Bed
E D C O
Eugene, OR 97401
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1 Bed
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1 Bed
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Neither snow nor rain nor dark of night … will keep the residents of Eugene, Oregon from their bicycles. Eugene is one of the most bike-friendly cities in the country, with miles of bike paths, trails, and bicycle shops. Eugene is also a top-rated walking city, receiving a gold level rating for its walking initiatives. There are 42 miles of paths and five footbridges in Eugene’s trail system, as well as an extensive public transit system.

With surroundings as beautiful as Eugene’s, it’s no wonder residents spend as much time outdoors as possible. Emerald green hills, towering trees, flowers with vibrant pops of color, and tumbling waterfalls make Eugene an idyllic location for biking and walking, but it also makes the perfect setting for other outdoor activities, including hiking, whitewater rafting, kayaking, mountain climbing, horseback riding, and camping.

The University of Oregon was founded in 1876. It is located on 295 acres and features more than 260 academic programs. With this large student population, Eugene is an energetic college town filled with coffee shops, funky boutiques and stores, and an exciting nightlife. It is also home to many museums, art galleries, and theaters.

Your new Eugene apartment will give you access to the University of Oregon sports events, farmers’ markets, a wide variety of festivals and concerts, gorgeous parks, two rivers, and the Cascade Mountains. Ready to rent your new place? Get your bike helmet and start exploring this beautiful Willamette Valley gem.