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Housing inHuntington Area

Huntington is the only West Virginia city on the Wall Street Journal’s list of top 10 places for remote workers and U.S. News and World Report’s most affordable places to live in the United States. Huntington offers a diverse and affordable range of housing options, catering to various preferences and needs. From charming historic neighborhoods with well-preserved architecture to modern developments equipped with amenities, the city accommodates a wide spectrum of lifestyles. No matter where you live in Huntington, you will be conveniently located close to downtown, local shops and dining, and a number of healthcare providers. Whether you're seeking a cozy family home or an urban apartment, Huntington has a place to call home for individuals and families alike.

Downtown Huntington

Live, Work and Play in Downtown

Discover a blend of urban living and historic charm in downtown Huntington, WV. The district offers a variety of rental options from one-bedroom studio apartments to single-family houses with proximity to Marshall University, Cabell Huntington Hospital, St. Mary's Medical Center, Pullman Square, and Ritter Park.

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Charming Neighborhoods

Outside of downtown features suburban family-friendly neighborhoods. The historic Central City district, known for its well-preserved architecture and cobblestone streets, offers a nostalgic glimpse into the city's past, with Victorian-era houses and a sense of community that reflects its rich heritage. The Southside features tree-lined streets and a family-friendly atmosphere, while Altizer offers proximity to amenities. Enslow Park, situated to the west, combines the charm of residential living with small businesses with Ritter Park, located nearby, that provides green space, playgrounds, and walking trails. Located minutes from downtown are luxury apartments at Royal Oaks at Pea Ridge featuring two swimming pools, a gym, a clubhouse, and a dog park.