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18 Apartments for rent in Avon Park, FL

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224 Hatcher Avenue
224 Hatcher Avenue, Avon Park, FL
Studio
$17,446
53000 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
53,000+-SF Free Standing Industrial Building clear span with ample electric in place for most uses. Loading docks on one end with ground level entry on the other end. Property is also for sale see MLS 275615
1 Unit Available
4 US Highway 27 Highway N
4 US Route 27, Avon Park, FL
Studio
$2,000
1764 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
Prime Hard Corner C-Store For Lease @ Only $2,000/month NNN! CAM estimated $600-800 plus/including sales tax. Busy intersection in growing Avon Park,FL just south of the New Walmart & Nucor Industrial Facility being developed.
Results within 1 mile of Avon Park
1 Unit Available
321 N Irvington Rd
321 North Irvington Road, Highlands County, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
1280 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 07:21 AM
Please call property manager, Dave Gibson @ 863-414-6567 for more information on this property. 3/3 move in ready. Lawn service included in rent.
Results within 5 miles of Avon Park
1 Unit Available
1913 Wightman Avenue - 1
1913 Wightman Ave, Sebring, FL
2 Bedrooms
$775
860 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 02:32 PM
2 BEDROOM 1 BATH TWO BEDROOM 1 BATH
1 Unit Available
2302 Fairway Lane
2302 Fairway Lane, Highlands County, FL
3 Bedrooms
$2,400
2399 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
This unique and spacious home is available for seasonal rental. Just bring your tooth brush and something to eat. There is a pool table for your enjoyment, a nice patio to enjoy the great view and nice new furniture.
1 Unit Available
4206 Cremona Drive
4206 Cremona Drive, Highlands County, FL
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$1,650
2369 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
Great Rental Home in Sun N Lake of Sebring. This 3 bedroom 3 bath home has it all for a small or large family. Sun N Lake community has many amenities including a community pool (for a small fee), community gym.
1 Unit Available
2706 Kingswood Drive
2706 Kingswood Drive, Sebring, FL
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1884 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
Absolutely immaculate spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath in prime location, close to Golf Hammock, Harder Hall Golf, and all of Sebring major amenities . Completely remodeled with gorgeous granite kitchen, large light and bright tiled living area.
1 Unit Available
712 N Ridgewood Drive
712 North Ridgewood Drive, Sebring, FL
Studio
$750
855 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
REDUCED RENT IN HEART OF DOWNTOWN! WAREHOUSE/WORKSHOP space in the heart of Sebring's downtown. Convenient access with rollup door in front and barn doors in the back. Plenty of room behind the building, as well, for open-air work or parking.
1 Unit Available
2650 Lakeview Drive
2650 Northeast Lakeview Drive, Sebring, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,000
500 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
Welcome to The Cottage! Completely remodeled quaint guesthouse with everything you need for your short term retreat. Blocks from down Sebring amenities, right across the street from Lake Jackson, convenient to everything.
1 Unit Available
2153 US Highway 27 Highway S
2153 US Route 27, Sebring, FL
Studio
$1,823
1750 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
1750SF Prime Finished office space with all the upgrades: 10ft coffered ceilings, crown molding throughout, 2 large conference rooms with kitchenette at end. Ideal for attorney's office, upscale executive suites to meet clients,etc.
1 Unit Available
1527 Spring Hill Ct
1527 Spring Hill Court, Highlands County, FL
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
1456 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 07:21 AM
Please call Dave Gibson @ 863-414-6567 for more info on this property.
1 Unit Available
4851 Vilabella Drive
4851 Vilabella Drive, Highlands County, FL
2 Bedrooms
$875
1039 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 11:09 PM
Spacious 2/2 condo, tile flooring throughout the unit. Master bedroom has his/her closet. Screened balcony. Stacked washer/dryer are included. The condo has a community pool that tenants will have access to.
1 Unit Available
206 Wren Avenue
206 Wren Avenue, Highlands County, FL
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1203 sqft
Last updated March 23 at 06:37 PM
This great 3 bed 2 bath home has just been renovated and has a new kitchen, new tile floors through out, fresh paint, new blinds, new lighting and is ready for a new family. This is a non smoking property. Lawn care included.
1 Unit Available
2505 Park Plaza
2505 Park Plaza, Highlands County, FL
1 Bedroom
$675
650 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated February 28 at 11:38 PM
Beautiful Dinner Lake property! Walk to the dock and fish or sit and watch the sunset. Very nice 1 bedroom apartment, living and kitchen and bath are tiled. Large bedroom ..Lots of space.
1 Unit Available
222 Rose Ave
222 Rose Ave, Sebring, FL
2 Bedrooms
$650
Last updated April 7 at 10:59 AM
Two bedrooms and 1 bathroom apartment for rent. Located in Sebring downtown area. Application fee: $40 dollars - Apartment is in the first floor First, last and security required. Payment plan for last month acceptable.
Results within 10 miles of Avon Park
1 Unit Available
3345 Medical Hill Road
3345 Medical Hill Rd, Sebring, FL
Studio
$3,000
2500 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
VITAS HEALTHCARE currently occupying half of complex. Professional and Medical office space equaling 2.500 square feet. Space can be used for all types of professional and/or medical purposes e.g.
1 Unit Available
3200 US 27 Highway S
3200 US Route 27, Sebring, FL
Studio
$1,400
693 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
This is a highly visible, prime suite located on the ground floor of a professional office building located on US Hwy 27 in Sebring. All bank customers and visitors to the building walk by this suite.
1 Unit Available
5621 US 27 Highway N
5621 US Highway 27 N, Highlands County, FL
2 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$3,000
5760 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 01:29 PM
Check out the Virtual Tour! Great property / live upstairs while running business downstairs! 5,760 SF Building: 1st floor is mostly open clear space which would be ideal for retail showroom; dance studio ; art studio, etc.
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City GuideAvon Park
The first settler in Avon Park was actually a Connecticut man named Oliver Martin Crosby, who moved to the Avon Park area to study wildlife in 1884. People followed him, and eventually, they called their town Lake Forest. Eventually, someone convinced Crosby that the area felt a lot like Stratford-Upon-Avon, so they renamed the city Avon Park. The name stuck, and it's still what we call Avon Park today.
The first settler in Avon Park was actually a Connecticut man named Oliver Martin Crosby, who moved to the Avon Park area to study wildlife in 1884. People followed him, and eventually, they called their town Lake Forest. Eventually, someone convinced Crosby that the area felt a lot like Stratford-Upon-Avon, so they renamed the city Avon Park. The name stuck, and it's still what we call Avon Park today.

Avon Park is a lovely town located on the Everglades in Florida. It's been home to some pretty notable residents, in addition to its original settler. The town has been home to such people as Hal McRae, an MLB hall-of-famer, Flash Gordon, an MLB pitcher, and Christian historian Conrad Henry Moehlman. The reason the town has been such a draw for so many people is that it's a beautiful, natural place. Located on swampy Florida terrain, people in Avon Park have access to many small lakes, as well as nearby state parks and even the ocean, about an hour away. If you're interested in living in a warm Florida suburb that stays sunny most of the year, but that also offers access to a bunch of different landscapes, consider looking for apartment homes in Avon Park. In addition to a bunch of great suburban amenities, the city also has an excellent selection of rental apts.

Moving to Avon Park

So, you're moving to a new place -- Avon Park. Congratulations! A lot of new and exciting things are in store for you, but what do you do to make sure that your life feels as comfortable and as nice as possible in your new hometown? One way is to make sure you end up in the right rental apt. This is not too hard; all you have to do is put a little work in to make sure you end up in the right place. To start, think about what you want out of a home, and make a list. Then use that list to search available apartments in the area and narrow that list down further. Once you have a good, succinct list of places you're interested in, make appointments to view them. Seeing apartments firsthand can give you a good look at whether the place just feels right to you! Next, prepare to apply for apartments you like. The things you'll need for apartment applications include bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs and more. Make sure you bring anything that will prove to your landlord that you're always going to be able to pay rent! The landlords might also want to see that you're going to be a great renter and a neighbor to the people you live near. To prove this, you can get letters of reference from former landlords and colleagues and friends.

Avon Park Neighborhoods

Of course it's important to find a rental home that feels just right for you, but what about the neighborhood that rental apartment is in? After all, what's the point of living in a sweet house if you hate what it feels like to walk outside? If you want to make sure you end up in the right area in Avon Park, it will pay to do research before you begin your moving process, or even your housing search. You don't want to waste time considering or traveling to see houses in an area that ultimately wouldn't make you happy! If you want to know more about Avon Park neighborhoods, check out the list below. It contains some information about how the areas in Avon Park differ, and it can help you be sure that you're picking a house in the right place.

Southern Avon Park: Southern Avon Park is filled with lakes (surprise surprise!). It's a great place to be if you like to live around beautiful scenery, or if you feel passionate about nature. Most of the neighborhoods here are small residential ones, so don't expect a big city if you end up calling this part of town home.

Northern Avon Park: This part of the city is bounded to the south by Highway 17. It has far fewer lakes in it, but that doesn't mean it's any less pretty. It does have one of the residents' favorite spots, Lake Verona, which is bordered by the pretty Donaldson Park.

Living in Avon Park

Residents who call Avon Park home have the benefit of enjoying warm temperatures and sunshine nearly year round. That is one of the benefits of living in Florida, the Sunshine State, after all! People in Avon Park have more benefits to enjoy than just that, though. For people who like to fly, they can take advantage of a local airport in their small town, the Avon Park Executive Airport. There are also many lakes to enjoy outdoor recreation on, including the biggest lakes in town, Lake Brentwood and Lake Tulane. While Avon Park isn't technically a suburb of anywhere, it is just a short drive away from two real Florida destinations: Sarasota, with beautiful white sand beaches on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, and Orlando, which is the theme park capital of the world. Hop in the car and head to Sarasota; the drive is only about 80 miles. If you want to go to Orlando for a whirlwind of fun, you can get there in only 75 miles or a little over an hour. No matter whether you live in Avon Park to enjoy its own scenery and amenities, or its easy access to places nearby, you're sure to enjoy calling this sunny, suburban place home.

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City GuideAvon Park
The first settler in Avon Park was actually a Connecticut man named Oliver Martin Crosby, who moved to the Avon Park area to study wildlife in 1884. People followed him, and eventually, they called their town Lake Forest. Eventually, someone convinced Crosby that the area felt a lot like Stratford-Upon-Avon, so they renamed the city Avon Park. The name stuck, and it's still what we call Avon Park today.
The first settler in Avon Park was actually a Connecticut man named Oliver Martin Crosby, who moved to the Avon Park area to study wildlife in 1884. People followed him, and eventually, they called their town Lake Forest. Eventually, someone convinced Crosby that the area felt a lot like Stratford-Upon-Avon, so they renamed the city Avon Park. The name stuck, and it's still what we call Avon Park today.

Avon Park is a lovely town located on the Everglades in Florida. It's been home to some pretty notable residents, in addition to its original settler. The town has been home to such people as Hal McRae, an MLB hall-of-famer, Flash Gordon, an MLB pitcher, and Christian historian Conrad Henry Moehlman. The reason the town has been such a draw for so many people is that it's a beautiful, natural place. Located on swampy Florida terrain, people in Avon Park have access to many small lakes, as well as nearby state parks and even the ocean, about an hour away. If you're interested in living in a warm Florida suburb that stays sunny most of the year, but that also offers access to a bunch of different landscapes, consider looking for apartment homes in Avon Park. In addition to a bunch of great suburban amenities, the city also has an excellent selection of rental apts.

Moving to Avon Park

So, you're moving to a new place -- Avon Park. Congratulations! A lot of new and exciting things are in store for you, but what do you do to make sure that your life feels as comfortable and as nice as possible in your new hometown? One way is to make sure you end up in the right rental apt. This is not too hard; all you have to do is put a little work in to make sure you end up in the right place. To start, think about what you want out of a home, and make a list. Then use that list to search available apartments in the area and narrow that list down further. Once you have a good, succinct list of places you're interested in, make appointments to view them. Seeing apartments firsthand can give you a good look at whether the place just feels right to you! Next, prepare to apply for apartments you like. The things you'll need for apartment applications include bank statements, tax returns, pay stubs and more. Make sure you bring anything that will prove to your landlord that you're always going to be able to pay rent! The landlords might also want to see that you're going to be a great renter and a neighbor to the people you live near. To prove this, you can get letters of reference from former landlords and colleagues and friends.

Avon Park Neighborhoods

Of course it's important to find a rental home that feels just right for you, but what about the neighborhood that rental apartment is in? After all, what's the point of living in a sweet house if you hate what it feels like to walk outside? If you want to make sure you end up in the right area in Avon Park, it will pay to do research before you begin your moving process, or even your housing search. You don't want to waste time considering or traveling to see houses in an area that ultimately wouldn't make you happy! If you want to know more about Avon Park neighborhoods, check out the list below. It contains some information about how the areas in Avon Park differ, and it can help you be sure that you're picking a house in the right place.

Southern Avon Park: Southern Avon Park is filled with lakes (surprise surprise!). It's a great place to be if you like to live around beautiful scenery, or if you feel passionate about nature. Most of the neighborhoods here are small residential ones, so don't expect a big city if you end up calling this part of town home.

Northern Avon Park: This part of the city is bounded to the south by Highway 17. It has far fewer lakes in it, but that doesn't mean it's any less pretty. It does have one of the residents' favorite spots, Lake Verona, which is bordered by the pretty Donaldson Park.

Living in Avon Park

Residents who call Avon Park home have the benefit of enjoying warm temperatures and sunshine nearly year round. That is one of the benefits of living in Florida, the Sunshine State, after all! People in Avon Park have more benefits to enjoy than just that, though. For people who like to fly, they can take advantage of a local airport in their small town, the Avon Park Executive Airport. There are also many lakes to enjoy outdoor recreation on, including the biggest lakes in town, Lake Brentwood and Lake Tulane. While Avon Park isn't technically a suburb of anywhere, it is just a short drive away from two real Florida destinations: Sarasota, with beautiful white sand beaches on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, and Orlando, which is the theme park capital of the world. Hop in the car and head to Sarasota; the drive is only about 80 miles. If you want to go to Orlando for a whirlwind of fun, you can get there in only 75 miles or a little over an hour. No matter whether you live in Avon Park to enjoy its own scenery and amenities, or its easy access to places nearby, you're sure to enjoy calling this sunny, suburban place home.