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Call for Rent Escondido Apartments - Teton Pines Apartments
Location: Escondido, CA 92027
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Unfurnished, Not Specified, Apartment, No Pets, Studio, 1 Bath, Other Lease Type, Carpet, Hardwood, and Tile Floors, Covered Parking, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, balcony, patio, air conditioner, central heat, washer and dryer in unit, Paid cable, 690 sqft Call for Rent 0.00, 0.00 deposit,
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$900.00 Escondido Apartments - Studio, 1 Bath
Location: Escondido, CA 92026
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Unfurnished, Not Specified, Apartment, No Pets, Studio, 1 Bath, Other Lease Type, Carpet, Hardwood, and Tile Floors, Parking Included, refrigerator, washer and dryer in unit, This is a 5Br/4 BA home with a PRIVATE STUDIO attached to the house in a nice and quiet, Cul-de-Sac Escondido Country Club area with YOUR OWN ENTRANCE, own bath, stove, oven , refrigerator, Own washer/dryer, under 400 Square feet, Skylight, bright, very open, is located near freeways 15 and 78. Easy access to Rancho Bernardo, San Marcos, and Temecula. close to the new Palomar hospital , San Marcos University and Palomar college and shops. I am looking for a responsible tenant. There is no smoking, drug or pet allowed on the premise. Ready in February 01/ 2017. Rent $ include electric and gas . Water is approximately $40/month. Deposit is $ . Term is preferable a year lease. There will be $ for background, credit check after the application is approved Application: Cats Allowed (RLNE3465268), Paid gas, $900.00 , 900.00 deposit,
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About Escondido
Escondido is a large (~37 square mile) and populous (~150,000 resident) city the north of San Diego County. It borders San Marcos, the Rancho Bernardo area of San Diego, as well as a good deal of unincorporated land. Escondido is peppered with parks, lakes, reservoirs, and other open, public spaces of the like, which lends it a suburban feel despite how densely it is populated. Downtown Escondido is the city's primary center for commerce and culture—specifically, the area along Grand Avenue. You can head there for a community event, a car show, a bite to eat, a night at the theater, et cetera.

It is also the most walkable/bikeable sector of Escondido, which is generally quite car-dependent. The 15 freeway and Route 78 cross in the city's western territory; these are your best bets for getting around, especially if you are planning to commute down to San Diego on a regular basis.