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97 apartments for rent near Clarksville, IN

Results within 1 miles of Clarksville, IN
Crescent Centre
657 S 3rd St
1 Bed
$870
2 Bed
$1,005
2525 Saint Xavier St Apt 4
Portland
2 Bed
$475
309 E Market St, Unit 308
Central Business District
Studio
$1,750
Results within 5 miles of Clarksville, IN
AMP
2030 Frankfort Ave
Studio
$870
1 Bed
$1,010
2 Bed
$1,425
1417 S 2nd St
Old Louisville
1 Bed
$895
951 S Brook St
Smoketown
3 Bed
$1,150
1418 Highland Ave
Highlands
3 Bed
$1,795
1231 S. Floyd St.
Old Louisville
4 Bed
$1,165
1524 S 2nd St
Old Louisville
3 Bed
$1,300
3724 Cliff Ave
Wyandotte
3 Bed
$799
3224 Lexington Rd
Crescent Hill
3 Bed
$1,750
2385 Clarendon Ave
Bowman
3 Bed
$1,500
Navaho1018 1018 Navaho Place
Hazelwood
2 Bed
$649
926 S 6th St
Limerick
2 Bed
$775
Parsons Pl
Cherokee Seneca
2 Bed
$1,160
2824 Coleen Court
Clifton Heights
4 Bed
$1,450
Scarlet Oak Rd
Jeffersonville
4 Bed
$1,945
1703 Herbert Ave
Shively
5 Bed
$1,099
1240 Central Ave
South Louisville
4 Bed
$850
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1535 Dumesnil St.
Park Hill
3 Bed
$550
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City Guide
Clarksville
Moving to Clarksville

You can find an apartment to rent here for dirt cheap. It’s well under the nation’s median, which means you can pocket the extra cash to use at one of the popular shopping malls in town. It’s easy to find anything from a 1 bedroom apartment for rent to all bills paid apartments. With 9.81 percent of apartments unoccupied, your apartment search should be cinch. Just remember to have a look around before you commit to a place. Set up a few meetings with your broker to see all kinds of different places. Sometimes it takes a few visits to determine exactly what it is you like and don't like. When you think you're ready to commit, bring all your paperwork with you to your meeting. You'll probably need your credit history, proof of income or a guarantor if you are still looking for a job, and sometimes bank statements and other things - check with your broker to see what you'll need. Make sure you have the cash to front at least first and last months rent. Some spots will require a security deposit as well. 

With so many great spots available, you can be picky about what you’re looking for, and maybe even pay a little bit more to get a bigger place than you were thinking. Why not? With rents so cheap, you could find an apartment complex that’s decked out with all the amenities you’re looking for. Tell your broker exactly what your dream apartment would be and let them do the work – and good luck hunting!

Living in Clarksville

The whole of Clarksville has the same feel – quiet, suburban and family-friendly. There’s not much distinction by neighborhood, and most of the population here ranges in age from mid 20s to mid 50s. There are quite a few families here and many of the parents commute to work at least 18 minutes or so. Restaurants are a little sparse; it’s mostly the big chains like Red Lobster, O’Charley’s, etc. but the Kansai Japanese Steakhouse is one of the best places to eat in town. The nightlife leaves a little to be desired as well – there aren’t really any bars outside of the ones you find at the chain restaurants. But there are a number of great shopping centers off Veterans Parkway and Lewis and Clark Parkway. Either way, if you’re coming here to settle down, you’re probably not out for the nightlife and fine dining options anyway! The upside is that your kids will love the big yards and quiet, safe communities.