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6 Apartments for rent in Marianna, FL

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4264 Kelson Avenue
4264 Kelson Avenue, Marianna, FL
2 Bedrooms
$745
780 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 12:11 PM
NOTE: THIS HOME WILL BE AVAILABLE TO VIEW AFTER OCTOBER 1ST. This is a cute, centrally located 2/1 in Marianna with lawn maintenance included.
1 Unit Available
2950 Jefferson Street
2950 Jefferson Street, Marianna, FL
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
2820 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 12:11 PM
NOTE: THIS HOME WILL BE AVAILABLE TO VIEW AFTER OCTOBER 1st. This historic home is a stunning 3/2 and so conveniently located in Marianna with tons of features...
1 Unit Available
2960 Hillcrest Drive
2960 Hillcrest Street, Marianna, FL
3 Bedrooms
$750
1300 sqft
Last updated May 4 at 07:46 PM
This 3/2 doublewide home in Marianna features a large one-car garage with an electric door and oversized enclosed front porch - a must-see! Located on a quiet road with little traffic but with convenient access to the city.
Results within 5 miles of Marianna
1 Unit Available
5122 Presidents Circle
5122 Presidents Circle, Jackson County, FL
4 Bedrooms
$1,295
1988 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 12:11 PM
NOTE: PROPERTY WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING AFTER OCTOBER 1, 2020. This very pleasant 4/2 home located in prestigious Indian Springs is just under 2,000 sq ft., and has a very large yard.
1 Unit Available
4923 Flynt Drive
4923 Flynt Drive, Jackson County, FL
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1697 sqft
Last updated September 19 at 11:51 AM
Immaculate 3/2 in Marianna, FL - 3 bedroom, 2 bath executive home with 2 car carport. Kitchen, dining room, living room and large utility room. All electric. Furnished with stove, refrigerator and dishwasher.
Results within 10 miles of Marianna
1 Unit Available
3041 Southern Blvd
3041 Southern Boulevard, Jackson County, FL
2 Bedrooms
$750
1008 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Corner lot with trees in Alford, FL - Nice corner lot with large trees in the yard and a shed. 2 bedroom, 2 bath home with Eat-in kitchen, living room with wood burning fireplace, stove and refrigerator. Wrap-around porch and a one car garage.
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City GuideMarianna
Marianna, Florida's biggest claim to fame is that it's the final resting place of former Florida governor John Milton, who was so opposed to the idea of the Confederate States joining the Union that he vowed that he would rather die than to do so. But Governor Milton was on the losing side of history, and Florida -- along with the other former Confederate States -- joined the Union, after all.
Marianna, Florida's biggest claim to fame is that it's the final resting place of former Florida governor John Milton, who was so opposed to the idea of the Confederate States joining the Union that he vowed that he would rather die than to do so. But Governor Milton was on the losing side of history, and Florida -- along with the other former Confederate States -- joined the Union, after all.

The small town of Marianna, Florida, is situated in Jackson County near the Alabama and Georgia borders. While that location plays a big role in the town's unique southern flavor, it's the beautiful land, awesome location, and friendly people that are the icing on the cake. Even the gators are friendly! No, that's not entirely true, so don't go pet one unless you're an expert.

Moving to Marianna

Lots of Housing Units!

Marianna has over 3,400 housing units. Its population is 6,102. That means a high amount of available homes. Detached houses account for 80.0% of units. Hence, no matter when you arrive, you'll have an easy task if you are searching for house rentals in Marianna. If you don't want a house, you can find an apartment complex easily.

Renters Say Yeah!

35.8% of housing units in Marianna are being leased, which exceeds Florida's average. When you factor this with the high amount of openings, you should have the keys to your new place within two to three weeks after starting the process. As a renter in town, you also get affordable rates relative to nearby cities. Now that's the cherry on top of the whipped cream.

Check for Bugs!

Marianna is in an area that simply has mosquitoes, chiggers, large spiders, and other crazy insects. You probably already know to be prepared for such outside. However, make sure these creatures aren't in your potential home. While most homes keep insects out quite well, some have issues. Don't rent anything that has creepy critters residing there. Chances are there are lots more in operation behind the scenes!

Get the Keys!

Before you walk along the Chipola River and explore your new town, you have to complete the contract. Prepare the following: one or two months' rent (varies between places), a security deposit, and copies of personal information. Additional info you may need includes a credit report and proof of income.

Marianna Neighborhoods

What do you value most? While one spot in Marianna can give you proximity to major roads, another can give you views of one of Florida's most popular state parks. This choice is not easy. At 8.0 square miles, Marianna may not be large, but it has distinct 'hoods and various apartment communities.

Chipola Terrace: On the outskirts of town near Marianna Municipal Airport and Florida Caverns State Park, Chipola Terrace is a gorgeous spot. A car is necessary.

Marianna Historic District: Landmarks like the Jackson County Courthouse, Battle of Marianna Monument, and historical buildings, as well as ample spots to eat and shop, make this the most active neighborhood. This area is very walkable.

Riverside: Riverside Elementary School, Chipola College, and the Chipola River Greenway highlight this neighborhood beside the river.

Southside: The Hinson Conservation and Recreation Area is the notable attraction here. You'll find a wide variety of housing in this car-dependent neighborhood.

West Marianna: Sandwiched between Interstate-10 and US Route 90, this part of town is mostly residential.

Living in Marianna

Marianna, while very walkable at its downtown core, is a driving town overall. J Trans, Jackson County's public transit, serves the area. A car is highly recommended for living here, though.

Once you've smelled the grass and played with the alligators, it's time to enjoy life, Marianna style! Marianna has what you need, and will bring it with a smile. The historic district, with shops like Chipola River Book and Tea, eateries like Gazebo Coffee Shoppe and Deli, and green space like Madison Street Park, is where you'll have a ball. Hanging out alongside the Chipola River is also cool. The downtown area of Marianna really anchors the town. Spots like Florida Caverns State Park offer a getaway whenever you please.Just walking through the downtown area sheds light on the city's culture and past. When you need to refresh, head to the downtown area and order a cup of coffee or tea. It will be delivered with a smile. Yeah, you're going to smile a lot in Marianna.

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City GuideMarianna
Marianna, Florida's biggest claim to fame is that it's the final resting place of former Florida governor John Milton, who was so opposed to the idea of the Confederate States joining the Union that he vowed that he would rather die than to do so. But Governor Milton was on the losing side of history, and Florida -- along with the other former Confederate States -- joined the Union, after all.
Marianna, Florida's biggest claim to fame is that it's the final resting place of former Florida governor John Milton, who was so opposed to the idea of the Confederate States joining the Union that he vowed that he would rather die than to do so. But Governor Milton was on the losing side of history, and Florida -- along with the other former Confederate States -- joined the Union, after all.

The small town of Marianna, Florida, is situated in Jackson County near the Alabama and Georgia borders. While that location plays a big role in the town's unique southern flavor, it's the beautiful land, awesome location, and friendly people that are the icing on the cake. Even the gators are friendly! No, that's not entirely true, so don't go pet one unless you're an expert.

Moving to Marianna

Lots of Housing Units!

Marianna has over 3,400 housing units. Its population is 6,102. That means a high amount of available homes. Detached houses account for 80.0% of units. Hence, no matter when you arrive, you'll have an easy task if you are searching for house rentals in Marianna. If you don't want a house, you can find an apartment complex easily.

Renters Say Yeah!

35.8% of housing units in Marianna are being leased, which exceeds Florida's average. When you factor this with the high amount of openings, you should have the keys to your new place within two to three weeks after starting the process. As a renter in town, you also get affordable rates relative to nearby cities. Now that's the cherry on top of the whipped cream.

Check for Bugs!

Marianna is in an area that simply has mosquitoes, chiggers, large spiders, and other crazy insects. You probably already know to be prepared for such outside. However, make sure these creatures aren't in your potential home. While most homes keep insects out quite well, some have issues. Don't rent anything that has creepy critters residing there. Chances are there are lots more in operation behind the scenes!

Get the Keys!

Before you walk along the Chipola River and explore your new town, you have to complete the contract. Prepare the following: one or two months' rent (varies between places), a security deposit, and copies of personal information. Additional info you may need includes a credit report and proof of income.

Marianna Neighborhoods

What do you value most? While one spot in Marianna can give you proximity to major roads, another can give you views of one of Florida's most popular state parks. This choice is not easy. At 8.0 square miles, Marianna may not be large, but it has distinct 'hoods and various apartment communities.

Chipola Terrace: On the outskirts of town near Marianna Municipal Airport and Florida Caverns State Park, Chipola Terrace is a gorgeous spot. A car is necessary.

Marianna Historic District: Landmarks like the Jackson County Courthouse, Battle of Marianna Monument, and historical buildings, as well as ample spots to eat and shop, make this the most active neighborhood. This area is very walkable.

Riverside: Riverside Elementary School, Chipola College, and the Chipola River Greenway highlight this neighborhood beside the river.

Southside: The Hinson Conservation and Recreation Area is the notable attraction here. You'll find a wide variety of housing in this car-dependent neighborhood.

West Marianna: Sandwiched between Interstate-10 and US Route 90, this part of town is mostly residential.

Living in Marianna

Marianna, while very walkable at its downtown core, is a driving town overall. J Trans, Jackson County's public transit, serves the area. A car is highly recommended for living here, though.

Once you've smelled the grass and played with the alligators, it's time to enjoy life, Marianna style! Marianna has what you need, and will bring it with a smile. The historic district, with shops like Chipola River Book and Tea, eateries like Gazebo Coffee Shoppe and Deli, and green space like Madison Street Park, is where you'll have a ball. Hanging out alongside the Chipola River is also cool. The downtown area of Marianna really anchors the town. Spots like Florida Caverns State Park offer a getaway whenever you please.Just walking through the downtown area sheds light on the city's culture and past. When you need to refresh, head to the downtown area and order a cup of coffee or tea. It will be delivered with a smile. Yeah, you're going to smile a lot in Marianna.