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127 Apartments for rent in Clarksville, IN

Last updated July 5 at 03:52am
1 Unit Available
Old Louisville
1455 S. 2nd St. #1
1455 South 2nd Street, Louisville, KY
2 Bedrooms
1385 sqft
3 Bedrooms
COMING SOON! **AVAILABLE TO PRE-LEASE FOR MID/LATE JULY MOVE IN** Large 2 bedroom / 1 bathroom apartment located on the first floor of a beautiful building in Old Louiville.
Last updated July 5 at 03:52am
1 Unit Available
Old Louisville
1715 S. 3rd St. #1
1715 South 3rd Street, Louisville, KY
3 Bedrooms
1200 sqft
COMING SOON! ** AVAILABLE TO PRE-LEASE FOR MID/LATE JULY MOVE IN ** First level apartment, 3BR/2BA. Beautiful hardwood floors, decorative mantel, updated kitchen with new counters and cabinets. Water Street parking. No smoking.

Median Rent in Clarksville

Last updated May 2015
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Clarksville is $634, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $801.
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City GuideClarksville
“It’s the last train to Clarksville and I’ll meet you at the station…” (- The Monkees)

Clarksville, Indiana is a town of just over 22,000 people situation on the Ohio River. Jeffersonville and New Albany sit on either side of it, and it’s a great place to find historic sites along with modern shopping and living. It’s home to one of the largest clocks in the world, the Colgate Clock, and also a large fossil bed the Falls of the Ohio State Park. It got its name from a general in the American Revolutionary War and has a rich and varied history dating back to 1783. It’s a friendly place with great schools and a lot to offer its residents. It's not exactly the entertainment hub of the midwest, but if you find you're at a point in life where a quiet, peaceful life sounds better than the thumping basslines of the nighclub across the street, you might just be in heaven here. 

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.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How much is rent in Clarksville?
In Clarksville, the median rent is $556 for a studio, $634 for a 1-bedroom, $801 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,097 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Clarksville, check out our monthly Clarksville Rent Report.
What colleges and universities are located in or around Clarksville?
Some of the colleges located in the Clarksville area include Bellarmine University, University of Louisville, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Spalding University, and Jefferson Community and Technical College. If you are looking for off-campus housing near your school, follow the links above to see apartment listings in the area.
What cities do people live in to commute to Clarksville?
Some of the nearby cities that people commute to Clarksville from include Louisville, Jeffersonville, New Albany, Seymour, and Shelbyville.

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