Madison is full of four-bedroom apartments, but depending on when you search, many of them might have already been scooped up by the thousands of college students attending UW-Madison. It’s a popular campus choice to get a big place and split the cost between friends. If that’s what you’re going for, you can grab a four-bedroom apartment in the downtown area for around $1,500 to $3,000 per month — not bad, if you’re splitting it with three others. Expanding your search to nearby Middleton and Fitchburg, two of the closest commuter suburbs, will net you more spacious apartments (and ample parking) for the same cost. But if you’d rather be just blocks away from grocery stores, bars, shopping, and restaurants, stick to the downtown area, where you’ll find luxury apartments with views of Madison’s two scenic lakes: Monona and Mendota. Whether you’re living with friends, your family, or just want three extra bedrooms for yourself, you’ll find the four-bedroom apartment to suit your needs.