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410 Apartments for rent in New Whiteland, IN

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226 Southlane Drive
226 Southlane Drive
New Whiteland, IN
4 Bedrooms
$1,250
1620 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 02:46 PM
Wonderful updates on this Lovely 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Red Brick Ranch Style home which sits on a huge corner lot and features a terrific garage conversion to a family room or 5th bedroom.
1 Unit Available
121 Hilltop Farms Boulevard
121 Hilltop Farms Boulevard
New Whiteland, IN
3 Bedrooms
$1,349
1088 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Coming soon! THIS HOME IS CURRENTLY BEING ENJOYED BY ANOTHER RESIDENT BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY. PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY AND DO NOT DISTURB.
1 Unit Available
1102 Berwyn Road
1102 Berwyn Road
New Whiteland, IN
3 Bedrooms
$1,499
1516 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Take a look at this beautiful home featuring 3 bedrooms, 2.1 bathrooms, and approximately 1,516 square feet. Enjoy the freedom of a virtually maintenance free lifestyle while residing in a great community.
1 Unit Available
1185 Dark Star Court
1185 Dark Star Court
New Whiteland, IN
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1249 sqft
Last updated January 1 at 12:50 PM
You'll love this 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch in New Whiteland. Home is located in Hilltop Farms and has a large eat-in kitchen with a vaulted ceiling in the Great Room. The master suite includes the second full bathroom and walk-in closet.
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569 Parker Street
569 Parker Street
Whiteland, IN
2 Bedrooms
$895
792 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 02:46 PM
This cozy ranch is located in Whiteland off US 31 S and Parker, minutes to Greenwood, Grassy Creek Golf Course, Whiteland Community High School and more.
1 Unit Available
2456 Summerwood Lane
2456 Summerwood Lane
Greenwood, IN
4 Bedrooms
$1,400
1732 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 02:46 PM
Wonderful 4BR 2.5BA 2-sty home.
1 Unit Available
76 Snowflake Circle
76 Snowflake Circle
Greenwood, IN
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
2030 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 01:46 PM
*Remodeled* 3 bedroom. 2.5 bath home in popular Summerfield Village! Large eat-in kitchen, family room with gas fireplace, living room & large loft. Master Suite features walk-in-closet and garden tub. Enjoy the rear deck and fully fenced backyard.
1 Unit Available
2621 Grand Fir Drive
2621 Grand Fir Dr
Greenwood, IN
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1632 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Coming soon! THIS HOME IS CURRENTLY BEING ENJOYED BY ANOTHER RESIDENT BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE SHORTLY. PLEASE RESPECT THEIR PRIVACY AND DO NOT DISTURB. Take a look at this beautiful home featuring 3 bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
119 Snowflake Circle
119 Snowflake Circle
Greenwood, IN
3 Bedrooms
$1,325
1222 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
Greenwood Home Features Fenced-In Yard Take a look at this beautiful home featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and approximately 1,222 square feet. Enjoy the freedom of a virtually maintenance free lifestyle while residing in a great community.
1 Unit Available
2785 Grand Fir Drive
2785 Grand Fir Drive
Greenwood, IN
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1362 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Coming Soon Wonderful Greenwood Location! - Fabulous Home in Wonderful Greenwood location! Super, Open Floor Plan in this Village Pines 2 Story with 3 Bedrooms & 2.
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Auburn Place
745 Wooddale Terrace
Greenwood, IN
1 Bedroom
$739
657 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$929
987 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,249
1452 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 03:11 PM
Ideally located within minutes of I-69 as well as the Greenwood Park Mall and Greendale Center. Residents have access to top features like a clubhouse, pool and gym. One- and two bedroom units available.
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Copper Chase at Stones Crossing
2345 Thorium Dr
Greenwood, IN
1 Bedroom
$987
946 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,159
1400 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,224
1436 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 03:11 PM
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17 Units Available
Summit Pointe
2400 E Main St
Greenwood, IN
1 Bedroom
$918
859 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,144
1259 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,562
1320 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 03:11 PM
Community has classic brick architecture, manicured grounds, and laundry facilities. Units include oversized windows, vast living areas, and designer finishes. Located close to grocery stores and shopping options.
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11 Units Available
Mission Hills Apartments
1014 Mission Hills Dr
Greenwood, IN
1 Bedroom
$774
757 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$885
1019 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,279
1190 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 03:11 PM
Property includes deluxe features like gym, pool, tanning beds and fishing ponds. On-, two- and three-bedroom units available. Property is conveniently located close to I-65 and within walking distance of retail stores and restaurants.
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3 Units Available
Devonshire
1100 Devonshire E Dr
Greenwood, IN
1 Bedroom
$945
788 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
1056 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 15 at 01:45 PM
Click here for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources Devonshire Apartments in Greenwood, IN is currently leasing 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments on Indianapolis' south side.
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17 Units Available
Hartshire Lakes Apartments
3170 Hartshire South Dr
Bargersville, IN
1 Bedroom
$935
733 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,080
1012 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,230
1165 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 01:45 PM
Comfort and charm await at lovely Hartshire Lakes, located in Bargersville, IN! Join our community and enjoy a range of awesome features and amenities.
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2 Units Available
Clearview Apartments
715 Clearview D
Greenwood, IN
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1 Bedroom
$690
576 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 15 at 01:45 PM
Clearview Apartments invites you to live life on your own terms! Our spacious studio, one and two bedroom pet friendly apartmnet homes were designed to provide the quality and comfort for a premiere lifestyle.
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5 Units Available
Emerald Lakes
1180 Emerald Lakes Dr
Greenwood, IN
1 Bedroom
$895
806 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,070
1278 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 01:45 PM
Nestled in 27 acres near I-65 and 20 minutes from Downtown Indianapolis. Amenities include a fitness center, cyber cafe, playground, and pool. Apartments feature wood-burning fireplaces and new appliances.
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13 Units Available
Ashmore Trace Apartments of Greenwood
902 Wallington Cir
Greenwood, IN
1 Bedroom
$956
679 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,014
966 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,319
1119 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 01:45 PM
Utilities included in rent. Apartments and townhouses available. All units include lots of closet space and in-unit laundry hookups. Residents have access to clubhouse, gym and pool. Adjacent to Woodman Park and near schools.
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3 Units Available
St. Andrews
1201 Carson Way
Greenwood, IN
1 Bedroom
$789
739 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 15 at 12:24 PM
The apartments at St. Andrews in Greenwood, Indiana are minutes away from Greenwood Park Mall and seconds away from I-65. Choose from exciting 1 and 2 bedroom floor plans. Our apartment homes are perfectly suited for your lifestyle.
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1 Unit Available
Courts of Valle Vista
716 Connors Drive
Greenwood, IN
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$924
1009 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 12:20 PM
Welcome home to Courts of Valle Vista Apartments, where your dreams of exceptional community living come true. Located in Greenwood, we are two minutes off I-65 via the Main Street exit and less than five minutes from I-465.
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22 Units Available
Westminster Apartments & Townhomes
921 Parliament Pl
Greenwood, IN
1 Bedroom
$825
668 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$905
948 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,030
1195 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 12:19 PM
Pool, gym, tanning beds and tech center are all on site. One-, two- and three-bedroom apartments are carpeted with walk-in closets. Close to I-65 and I-465 and minutes from shopping and dining.
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1 Unit Available
Greenwood Oaks
714 Connors Dr
Greenwood, IN
2 Bedrooms
$1,099
1285 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 12:16 PM
Greenwood Oaks offers a superb location in Greenwood, Indiana just minutes off I-65, adjacent to Craig Park and the Valle Vista Golf Course. We are only minutes from the Greenwood Park Mall and within the exceptional Greenwood School District.
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Honey Creek Apartments
1786 Honey Lane
Greenwood, IN
2 Bedrooms
$905
917 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,005
1083 sqft
Last updated January 14 at 10:23 PM
Honey Creek apartments have the perfect location, great amenities, spacious floor plans, and are easily within your budget.
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Apartment Rentals in New Whiteland start at $1,200/month.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some New Whiteland properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around New Whiteland. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Indiana University-Bloomington, Marian University, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis, Butler University, and Ivy Tech Community College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around New Whiteland. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Indiana University-Bloomington, Marian University, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis, Butler University, and Ivy Tech Community College.

City Guide

New Whiteland
New Whiteland, Indiana holds the record for the coldest temperature ever in the entire state. That record was set in January 1994 with the record low of -36F.
New Whiteland, Indiana holds the record for the coldest temperature ever in the entire state. That record was set in January 1994 with the record low of -36F.

Small and quaint New Whiteland, Indiana sits nestled between Greenwood and Franklin just off U.S. HWY 31. With roughly 5,500 people, New Whiteland is just the perfect place when one wants to live near a big city, but not in it. This quiet little town is only about five miles south of Greenwood and only six and a half miles north of Franklin. One can truly enjoy whichever city beckons your heart and entertains your soul.

Moving to New Whiteland

No matter your reasons for moving to New Whiteland, you can rest assure you will find good options for housing. When searching for apartment listings in New Whiteland, leads generally refer you to Greenwood or Franklin. You will have the most options for apartment listings in Greenwood, as it is the larger of the two neighboring cities. There are dozens of incredible apartment listings for Greenwood and Franklin if you are not interested in apartment rentals or duplexes for rent in New Whiteland. If you are not concerned with apartments in New Whiteland, then a rental home is a great option. Being that New Whiteland is so close to either city, it is not uncommon for someone to rent a house in the town and then do any major shopping or work in a nearby city. While New Whiteland might not have the newest and best of stores, it allows you to enjoy peace of mind and beautiful countryside. Spreading across about 1.5 square miles, you can easily enjoy a nice stroll to all your local hotspots when you do not need to hit the cities.

There is nothing complicated about moving to New Whiteland once you have chosen your little slab of heaven to rent. You can easily rent trucks from Greenwood or Franklin, Indiana. Whatever you cannot find in local shops there in New Whiteland, you will find nearby. Just remember that when renting, you should inspect your rental property before signing your John Hancock on anything. All of the homes have been built from the 1950s or later, and built with good craftsmanship. However, it is always better to be safe than sorry. A trip out to look at properties could save you headaches and hassles later. Do not forget to consider a form of insurance applicable for your arrangement. And speaking of insurance, if you are new to the area, you might want to make sure your housing and automobile is covered for any kind of wintry storms that can occur. Indiana is known for cold winters, so definitely wait until late spring to early autumn to make that move to New Whiteland. And of course, as with most rental requirements, make sure you have all your necessary documents, such as proof of income, deposit, credit history and valid identification.

Moving to New Whiteland
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No matter your reasons for moving to New Whiteland, you can rest assure you will find good options for housing. When searching for apartment listings in New Whiteland, leads generally refer you to Greenwood or Franklin. You will have the most options for apartment listings in Greenwood, as it is the larger of the two neighboring cities. There are dozens of incredible apartment listings for Greenwood and Franklin if you are not interested in apartment rentals or duplexes for rent in New Whiteland. If you are not concerned with apartments in New Whiteland, then a rental home is a great option. Being that New Whiteland is so close to either city, it is not uncommon for someone to rent a house in the town and then do any major shopping or work in a nearby city. While New Whiteland might not have the newest and best of stores, it allows you to enjoy peace of mind and beautiful countryside. Spreading across about 1.5 square miles, you can easily enjoy a nice stroll to all your local hotspots when you do not need to hit the cities.

There is nothing complicated about moving to New Whiteland once you have chosen your little slab of heaven to rent. You can easily rent trucks from Greenwood or Franklin, Indiana. Whatever you cannot find in local shops there in New Whiteland, you will find nearby. Just remember that when renting, you should inspect your rental property before signing your John Hancock on anything. All of the homes have been built from the 1950s or later, and built with good craftsmanship. However, it is always better to be safe than sorry. A trip out to look at properties could save you headaches and hassles later. Do not forget to consider a form of insurance applicable for your arrangement. And speaking of insurance, if you are new to the area, you might want to make sure your housing and automobile is covered for any kind of wintry storms that can occur. Indiana is known for cold winters, so definitely wait until late spring to early autumn to make that move to New Whiteland. And of course, as with most rental requirements, make sure you have all your necessary documents, such as proof of income, deposit, credit history and valid identification.

Neighborhoods in New Whiteland

Considering the Lilliputian size of the town, there are no real neighborhoods of New Whiteland. It is more like a blink of an eye, sweet little town to enjoy when you have decided you want to be in the higher populated areas. You could almost consider New Whiteland a suburb to either Greenwood or Franklin. Since New Whiteland plays midfield between both major cities, it really caters to those who want to have a little more peace and quiet and cheaper prices. Those who love the great outdoors might prefer to live in the southern half of the town, where you'll find East Park and West Park. In the northern half of the town, you'll find a range of eateries, including Whit's Inn and Red Burrito. Depending on where you are moving from, the lack of neighborhood definitions can be a very nice change, since some cities have bad neighborhoods that are not safe to enter. With no real neighborhoods, such worries are non-existent. You can walk around and never think about being in the bad or the good section of town when you are in New Whiteland. It is all the right side of the tracks. Even though New Whiteland sits close to the edge of Greenwood, like a suburb, the crime rate is lower and things are safer. You shouldn't have to worry, no matter what time of day or night you choose to enjoy your new hometown.

Neighborhoods in New Whiteland
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Considering the Lilliputian size of the town, there are no real neighborhoods of New Whiteland. It is more like a blink of an eye, sweet little town to enjoy when you have decided you want to be in the higher populated areas. You could almost consider New Whiteland a suburb to either Greenwood or Franklin. Since New Whiteland plays midfield between both major cities, it really caters to those who want to have a little more peace and quiet and cheaper prices. Those who love the great outdoors might prefer to live in the southern half of the town, where you'll find East Park and West Park. In the northern half of the town, you'll find a range of eateries, including Whit's Inn and Red Burrito. Depending on where you are moving from, the lack of neighborhood definitions can be a very nice change, since some cities have bad neighborhoods that are not safe to enter. With no real neighborhoods, such worries are non-existent. You can walk around and never think about being in the bad or the good section of town when you are in New Whiteland. It is all the right side of the tracks. Even though New Whiteland sits close to the edge of Greenwood, like a suburb, the crime rate is lower and things are safer. You shouldn't have to worry, no matter what time of day or night you choose to enjoy your new hometown.

Living in New Whiteland

Considering there are only approximately 5,500 people in New Whiteland, you can count on the fact that everyone probably knows everyone. The whole town is like Cheers, where everyone knows your name. It is nice to know who has sugar to borrow for your coffee needs. Since U.S. Highway 31 runs just to the east of town, you can easily access Greenwood or Franklin within 20 minutes when you are craving bars, clubs, and typical city luxuries. But then you have the comfort of coming back to New Whiteland and having a serene lullaby of nature sung to you regularly and not blocked out by the cars and noises of a typical city. Without traveling to a nearby city, you can count on traditional country when the weather is good and the people are right. Nothing says fun and freedom like open fields and a lack of city lights. While there's not all that much to do, it's not all rural living in New Whiteland. You could visit the Johnson County Public Library (how's that for a night out?!) or get a bite to eat at Taste of China.

New Whiteland, though tiny and fairly young, is a town full of potential. The town was founded to bring about a means to prosper on business advantages and brought to life in 1954 after the re-routing of U.S. Highway 31. The town is like a close knit family. Many of the community's events surround the theme of honoring certain persons or people such as retired veterans, boy scouts, and victims of natural disasters. The town has even recently held a Paws and Heroes Dog Walk to support beloved four-footed friends in the community. And let's not forget the local Proctor Park Grand Prix for great summertime fun at high speeds. So no matter your lifestyle, there is bound to be something in this cozy community to entertain your social desires without feeling the need to hit the big city.

Living in New Whiteland
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Considering there are only approximately 5,500 people in New Whiteland, you can count on the fact that everyone probably knows everyone. The whole town is like Cheers, where everyone knows your name. It is nice to know who has sugar to borrow for your coffee needs. Since U.S. Highway 31 runs just to the east of town, you can easily access Greenwood or Franklin within 20 minutes when you are craving bars, clubs, and typical city luxuries. But then you have the comfort of coming back to New Whiteland and having a serene lullaby of nature sung to you regularly and not blocked out by the cars and noises of a typical city. Without traveling to a nearby city, you can count on traditional country when the weather is good and the people are right. Nothing says fun and freedom like open fields and a lack of city lights. While there's not all that much to do, it's not all rural living in New Whiteland. You could visit the Johnson County Public Library (how's that for a night out?!) or get a bite to eat at Taste of China.

New Whiteland, though tiny and fairly young, is a town full of potential. The town was founded to bring about a means to prosper on business advantages and brought to life in 1954 after the re-routing of U.S. Highway 31. The town is like a close knit family. Many of the community's events surround the theme of honoring certain persons or people such as retired veterans, boy scouts, and victims of natural disasters. The town has even recently held a Paws and Heroes Dog Walk to support beloved four-footed friends in the community. And let's not forget the local Proctor Park Grand Prix for great summertime fun at high speeds. So no matter your lifestyle, there is bound to be something in this cozy community to entertain your social desires without feeling the need to hit the big city.

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New Whiteland
New Whiteland, Indiana holds the record for the coldest temperature ever in the entire state. That record was set in January 1994 with the record low of -36F.
New Whiteland, Indiana holds the record for the coldest temperature ever in the entire state. That record was set in January 1994 with the record low of -36F.

Small and quaint New Whiteland, Indiana sits nestled between Greenwood and Franklin just off U.S. HWY 31. With roughly 5,500 people, New Whiteland is just the perfect place when one wants to live near a big city, but not in it. This quiet little town is only about five miles south of Greenwood and only six and a half miles north of Franklin. One can truly enjoy whichever city beckons your heart and entertains your soul.

Moving to New Whiteland

No matter your reasons for moving to New Whiteland, you can rest assure you will find good options for housing. When searching for apartment listings in New Whiteland, leads generally refer you to Greenwood or Franklin. You will have the most options for apartment listings in Greenwood, as it is the larger of the two neighboring cities. There are dozens of incredible apartment listings for Greenwood and Franklin if you are not interested in apartment rentals or duplexes for rent in New Whiteland. If you are not concerned with apartments in New Whiteland, then a rental home is a great option. Being that New Whiteland is so close to either city, it is not uncommon for someone to rent a house in the town and then do any major shopping or work in a nearby city. While New Whiteland might not have the newest and best of stores, it allows you to enjoy peace of mind and beautiful countryside. Spreading across about 1.5 square miles, you can easily enjoy a nice stroll to all your local hotspots when you do not need to hit the cities.

There is nothing complicated about moving to New Whiteland once you have chosen your little slab of heaven to rent. You can easily rent trucks from Greenwood or Franklin, Indiana. Whatever you cannot find in local shops there in New Whiteland, you will find nearby. Just remember that when renting, you should inspect your rental property before signing your John Hancock on anything. All of the homes have been built from the 1950s or later, and built with good craftsmanship. However, it is always better to be safe than sorry. A trip out to look at properties could save you headaches and hassles later. Do not forget to consider a form of insurance applicable for your arrangement. And speaking of insurance, if you are new to the area, you might want to make sure your housing and automobile is covered for any kind of wintry storms that can occur. Indiana is known for cold winters, so definitely wait until late spring to early autumn to make that move to New Whiteland. And of course, as with most rental requirements, make sure you have all your necessary documents, such as proof of income, deposit, credit history and valid identification.

Moving to New Whiteland
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No matter your reasons for moving to New Whiteland, you can rest assure you will find good options for housing. When searching for apartment listings in New Whiteland, leads generally refer you to Greenwood or Franklin. You will have the most options for apartment listings in Greenwood, as it is the larger of the two neighboring cities. There are dozens of incredible apartment listings for Greenwood and Franklin if you are not interested in apartment rentals or duplexes for rent in New Whiteland. If you are not concerned with apartments in New Whiteland, then a rental home is a great option. Being that New Whiteland is so close to either city, it is not uncommon for someone to rent a house in the town and then do any major shopping or work in a nearby city. While New Whiteland might not have the newest and best of stores, it allows you to enjoy peace of mind and beautiful countryside. Spreading across about 1.5 square miles, you can easily enjoy a nice stroll to all your local hotspots when you do not need to hit the cities.

There is nothing complicated about moving to New Whiteland once you have chosen your little slab of heaven to rent. You can easily rent trucks from Greenwood or Franklin, Indiana. Whatever you cannot find in local shops there in New Whiteland, you will find nearby. Just remember that when renting, you should inspect your rental property before signing your John Hancock on anything. All of the homes have been built from the 1950s or later, and built with good craftsmanship. However, it is always better to be safe than sorry. A trip out to look at properties could save you headaches and hassles later. Do not forget to consider a form of insurance applicable for your arrangement. And speaking of insurance, if you are new to the area, you might want to make sure your housing and automobile is covered for any kind of wintry storms that can occur. Indiana is known for cold winters, so definitely wait until late spring to early autumn to make that move to New Whiteland. And of course, as with most rental requirements, make sure you have all your necessary documents, such as proof of income, deposit, credit history and valid identification.

Neighborhoods in New Whiteland

Considering the Lilliputian size of the town, there are no real neighborhoods of New Whiteland. It is more like a blink of an eye, sweet little town to enjoy when you have decided you want to be in the higher populated areas. You could almost consider New Whiteland a suburb to either Greenwood or Franklin. Since New Whiteland plays midfield between both major cities, it really caters to those who want to have a little more peace and quiet and cheaper prices. Those who love the great outdoors might prefer to live in the southern half of the town, where you'll find East Park and West Park. In the northern half of the town, you'll find a range of eateries, including Whit's Inn and Red Burrito. Depending on where you are moving from, the lack of neighborhood definitions can be a very nice change, since some cities have bad neighborhoods that are not safe to enter. With no real neighborhoods, such worries are non-existent. You can walk around and never think about being in the bad or the good section of town when you are in New Whiteland. It is all the right side of the tracks. Even though New Whiteland sits close to the edge of Greenwood, like a suburb, the crime rate is lower and things are safer. You shouldn't have to worry, no matter what time of day or night you choose to enjoy your new hometown.

Neighborhoods in New Whiteland
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Considering the Lilliputian size of the town, there are no real neighborhoods of New Whiteland. It is more like a blink of an eye, sweet little town to enjoy when you have decided you want to be in the higher populated areas. You could almost consider New Whiteland a suburb to either Greenwood or Franklin. Since New Whiteland plays midfield between both major cities, it really caters to those who want to have a little more peace and quiet and cheaper prices. Those who love the great outdoors might prefer to live in the southern half of the town, where you'll find East Park and West Park. In the northern half of the town, you'll find a range of eateries, including Whit's Inn and Red Burrito. Depending on where you are moving from, the lack of neighborhood definitions can be a very nice change, since some cities have bad neighborhoods that are not safe to enter. With no real neighborhoods, such worries are non-existent. You can walk around and never think about being in the bad or the good section of town when you are in New Whiteland. It is all the right side of the tracks. Even though New Whiteland sits close to the edge of Greenwood, like a suburb, the crime rate is lower and things are safer. You shouldn't have to worry, no matter what time of day or night you choose to enjoy your new hometown.

Living in New Whiteland

Considering there are only approximately 5,500 people in New Whiteland, you can count on the fact that everyone probably knows everyone. The whole town is like Cheers, where everyone knows your name. It is nice to know who has sugar to borrow for your coffee needs. Since U.S. Highway 31 runs just to the east of town, you can easily access Greenwood or Franklin within 20 minutes when you are craving bars, clubs, and typical city luxuries. But then you have the comfort of coming back to New Whiteland and having a serene lullaby of nature sung to you regularly and not blocked out by the cars and noises of a typical city. Without traveling to a nearby city, you can count on traditional country when the weather is good and the people are right. Nothing says fun and freedom like open fields and a lack of city lights. While there's not all that much to do, it's not all rural living in New Whiteland. You could visit the Johnson County Public Library (how's that for a night out?!) or get a bite to eat at Taste of China.

New Whiteland, though tiny and fairly young, is a town full of potential. The town was founded to bring about a means to prosper on business advantages and brought to life in 1954 after the re-routing of U.S. Highway 31. The town is like a close knit family. Many of the community's events surround the theme of honoring certain persons or people such as retired veterans, boy scouts, and victims of natural disasters. The town has even recently held a Paws and Heroes Dog Walk to support beloved four-footed friends in the community. And let's not forget the local Proctor Park Grand Prix for great summertime fun at high speeds. So no matter your lifestyle, there is bound to be something in this cozy community to entertain your social desires without feeling the need to hit the big city.

Living in New Whiteland
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Considering there are only approximately 5,500 people in New Whiteland, you can count on the fact that everyone probably knows everyone. The whole town is like Cheers, where everyone knows your name. It is nice to know who has sugar to borrow for your coffee needs. Since U.S. Highway 31 runs just to the east of town, you can easily access Greenwood or Franklin within 20 minutes when you are craving bars, clubs, and typical city luxuries. But then you have the comfort of coming back to New Whiteland and having a serene lullaby of nature sung to you regularly and not blocked out by the cars and noises of a typical city. Without traveling to a nearby city, you can count on traditional country when the weather is good and the people are right. Nothing says fun and freedom like open fields and a lack of city lights. While there's not all that much to do, it's not all rural living in New Whiteland. You could visit the Johnson County Public Library (how's that for a night out?!) or get a bite to eat at Taste of China.

New Whiteland, though tiny and fairly young, is a town full of potential. The town was founded to bring about a means to prosper on business advantages and brought to life in 1954 after the re-routing of U.S. Highway 31. The town is like a close knit family. Many of the community's events surround the theme of honoring certain persons or people such as retired veterans, boy scouts, and victims of natural disasters. The town has even recently held a Paws and Heroes Dog Walk to support beloved four-footed friends in the community. And let's not forget the local Proctor Park Grand Prix for great summertime fun at high speeds. So no matter your lifestyle, there is bound to be something in this cozy community to entertain your social desires without feeling the need to hit the big city.