When many young professionals move to Pennsylvania, or move within the state, it's natural that its major cities and suburbs get the most attention. Homes for rent in Reading, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are the destinations of choice for those who may be looking for culture, entertainment and employment. When discussing the highlights of the Keystone State, it's unfair to end the conversation without a mention of Harrisburg. As the state's capital, Harrisburg rentals continually give residents access to a safe and friendly small city that offers a range of treasures to please its diverse population.
Rental homes in Harrisburg remain popular among both families and young professionals, as the city offers features to please both demographics. Forbes Magazine has rated the city America's second best place to raise a family, and the website The Daily Beast ranked it among the top 10 "recession-proof" cities in the country -- mostly due to a high portion of homeowners and renters who work with state and federal government agencies. The elegant presence of Pennsylvania's State Capitol, modeled after St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City, gives an additional pleasure to those renting homes in Harrisburg.
Young people in Harrisburg rentals may enjoy the smattering of jazz festivals and high-profile night clubs that have filtered into the city in the past decade.
Explore homes for rent in the Harrisburg neighborhood of Reading. Rentals.com offers listings of Harrisburg houses, photos, floorplans, maps and neighborhood information.
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Rentals.com was built with parents in mind. Within Harrisburg we have 322 rental houses spread across multiple school districts. To help narrow your search, simply enter the school name within the Rentals.com search bar to find rental homes in that school district.