Townhouses for Rent in Wisconsin

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From the quaint suburban neighborhoods of Hudson to the quiet historic charm of Kenosha to the vibrant streets of downtown Madison, there are dozens of Wisconsin townhouses for rent all across the Badger State. Wisconsin is a microcosm of the United States as a whole, home to gritty industrial neighborhoods like West Allis in Milwaukee as well as charming college towns like La Crosse, situated on a beautiful island in the Mississippi River. No matter what's going on in a given town, there's a good bet prospective renters can find an affordable Wisconsin townhouse there.

Wisconsin townhouses come in all shapes and sizes. A 3-bedroom, 1-bathroom townhouse with ample square footage and modern amenities, including a fully stocked kitchen, can be had for under $1,200 in beautiful Hudson. This picturesque city along the Saint Croix River has grown rapidly in recent years thanks to its convenient location along I-94 just 20 miles east of Minnesota's booming Twin Cities.

University of Wisconsin students might appreciate the selection of rentals closer to home in Madison., consistently ranked the premier source for Wisconsin townhouses, offers a gorgeous 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom unit with over 1,400 square feet of usable space for just $1,500 per month. Similar apartments and condos in downtown Madison can easily run to double that amount. Year after year, Wisconsin renters discover the unique deals available on townhouses across the state.

In addition to offering lower rent per square foot, townhomes offer prospective renters several distinct advantages. In contrast to the confusing layouts and hard-to-find secure entrances of modern apartment complexes, Wisconsin townhouses on offer separate entrances that lead directly to a private interior, not a noisy and oftentimes dirty common hallway. Many townhouses also offer heated carports that open directly into a finished basement laundry room, making it easier than ever for landlords to promote their properties.

Besides offering renters a lower cost per square foot, modern Wisconsin townhouses utilize more creative floorplans than their cookie-cutter apartment cousins. Basements are but one perk of stand-alone residences. The historical townhomes that line the side streets of the Isthmus in Madison and the newly-constructed units in developments across the state feature private entrances that open into spacious foyers. The main floor usually contains a kitchen, living area, and study while the upstairs houses bedrooms and sometimes a useful bonus room. Discover the variety of Wisconsin townhouses at!