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93 Westgate Dr, Wheeling, WV 26003
$590 - $1,075 | Studio - 4 Beds

(304) 909-3075

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1200 Market St, Wheeling, WV 26003
$800 - $1,200 | 1 - 2 Beds

(304) 907-0996

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430 N Huron St, Wheeling, WV 26003
$800 | 3 Beds | Townhome for Rent
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28 Oglebay Park Estates, Wheeling, WV 26003
$850 | 2 Beds
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1143 Main St, Wheeling, WV 26003
$569 - $640 | Studio - 1 Bed
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1151-1153 National Rd, Wheeling, WV 26003
$700 | Studio
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Wheeling, WV Apartments for Rent

Located on a northern point of West Virginia between Ohio and Pennsylvania, Wheeling is a beautiful city in a stunning setting. The Ohio River winds through the heart of the city, while rolling hills offer the perfect scenic backdrop.

When you find your ideal Wheeling apartment to rent, you may think you’ve entered a charming, quiet, small town. In some ways, you have – but Wheeling is packed with exciting things to see and do. From outdoor adventures to casinos to golf courses to museums, theaters, and historic sites, Wheeling has the excitement of the big city wrapped in an enchanting small-town package.

Things to Do in Wheeling:

Settled in 1769 as part of the British colony of Virginia and playing a major role in the Civil War, Wheeling is home to many historic sites. The West Virginia Independence Hall, built in 1860, hosted the Wheeling Convention in 1861 and is a National Historic Landmark.

Historic National Road is a great way to spend the day, stopping at the sites along the way that include museums, historic landmarks, city parks, historic bridges, shopping spots, restaurants, bicycle trails, and more. The 1849 Wheeling Suspension Bridge was the largest suspension bridge in the world when it was built. The bridge is a National Historic Landmark and is located in the Wheeling Island Historic District. It connects Wheeling to Wheeling Island, home to the Wheeling Island Stadium and the West Virginia State Football Championships. The densely-populated island also contains Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack.

Centre Market, built in 1853, still offers amazing shops and restaurants. Strolling through the market and the surrounding area is truly a step back in time. Residents enjoy shopping and dining in this unique setting. Other great places to shop include the Artisan Center, which features locally-made products such as pottery, blown glass, and more.

For concerts, Broadway shows, sports events, and more, you’ll want to visit the WesBanco Arena. The arena is located along the Ohio River and is also home to the Wheeling Nailers ECHL hockey team.

Fine arts are well represented in Wheeling – be sure to visit the Stifel Fine Arts Center, the Carriage House Museum, and Capitol Theatre. Stroll through Victorian Old Town and admire the historic architecture, or satisfy your inner child by visiting the Kruger Street Toy and Train Museum.

The Victoria Theatre is West Virginia’s oldest theater. It opened in 1904 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1934, it served as home of the WWVA Jamboree – the second-longest running radio show in the nation. Today, it is the place to go for performances that include rock and roll, blue grass, and classic country. Comedy acts also play at the Victoria Theatre.

Fort Henry once stood along the banks of the Ohio River in Wheeling. This fort was the location of several battles, including Revolutionary War skirmishes. Dunmore’s War, a conflict between the Virginia Colony and Shawnee and Mingo American Indian tribes, also took place here in 1774. Today, the fort is remembered during Fort Henry Days, a living history reenactment and celebration that includes live music, demonstrations, and an auction.

There are a variety of fantastic events and festivals held in Wheeling, including the Wheeling Arts Fest, the Wheeling Celtic Celebration, the Wheeling Jamboree, and the Wheeling Heritage Port Sternwheel Festival. Be sure to enjoy the Wheeling Heritage Trails – former railroad tracks that now serve as paved walking, biking, and hiking trails.

For those who choose a Wheeling apartment, they’ll enjoy access to the gorgeous parks, such as the Oglebay Resort and Conference Center, a year-round resort that includes championship golf courses, horse stables, pedal boats, an indoor and outdoor pool, downhill skiing, and walking trails. Wheeling Park, the city’s first public park, includes indoor and outdoor tennis, a pool and waterslide, ice skating, a playground, and picnic areas.

What to Consider When Moving to Wheeling:

Wheeling’s ideal location along the Ohio River led to several conflicts between the French and British explorers in the mid-1700s. In order to claim the river for France, Celoron de Blainville buried a lead plate at the mouth of Wheeling Creek in 1749. The claims didn’t work, and Wheeling was established as part of the Virginia Colony in 1769.

On the eve of Civil War in 1861, Wheeling again played a role in a point of contention when it held the Wheeling Convention. Going against the state of Virginia, the participating counties repealed the Ordinance of Secession, restored the government, and established West Virginia. The historic West Virginia Independence Hall was the site of the convention.

While Wheeling celebrates its long, rich history, it still looks toward the future. It is considered the higher education hub of West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle and is home to Wheeling Jesuit University and West Virginia Northern Community College. Nearby, Bethany College and West Liberty University also provide options for Wheeling residents.

Why Wheeling Apartments Are Hot:

Wheeling’s “hotness” depends on what you want for your next apartment. Do you want to live in a beautiful area with a wide river and rolling hills? A place rich with history and historic sites? How about a place with plenty to see and do, from antiques shopping to seeing a Broadway show? A place filled with artists and fantastic galleries and shops? How about a terrific location, just about an hour outside of Pittsburgh, where you can enjoy a small-town atmosphere while being close enough to a major city for weekend adventures? If you want all of the above, then you want an apartment in Wheeling!

Why Wheeling?

  • Wheeling is the birthplace of West Virginian and served as the first State Capitol.
  • The Wheeling Heritage Port features events and festivals such as Wheeling Waterfront Wednesdays.
  • The Wheeling Island Historic District is home to the historic John McLure House, built in 1853.
  • Attractions include the Stifel Fine Arts Center, Victorian Old Town, Capitol Theatre, and the Carriage House Museum.
  • The 16-mile Historic National Road is a beautiful highway filled with landmarks, such as McCulloch’s Leap.
  • Wheeling contains several colleges, including Wheeling Jesuit University and West Virginia Northern Community College.

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