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10 Apartments for rent in Shelbyville, IN

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Check out 10 verified apartments for rent in Shelbyville, IN with rents starting as low as $550. Some apartments for rent in Shelbyville might offer rent specials. Look out for the
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Cimarron Place
1713 Cimarron Place Dr
Shelbyville, IN
1 Bedroom
$674
757 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$779
954 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 24 at 12:08 AM
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Loper Commons
919 Lewis Creek Ln
Shelbyville, IN
1 Bedroom
$635
610 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$730
888 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$830
1083 sqft
Last updated September 17 at 09:05 PM
Loper Commons Apartments is an affordable apartment community in Shelbyville, Indiana, offering one, two and three bedroom apartments.
1 Unit Available
618 Eastpointe Drive
618 Eastpointe Dr
Shelbyville, IN
3 Bedrooms
$1,379
1500 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 12:42 AM
Email rentindianapolis@con-rex.com for details.
1 Unit Available
129 West Hendricks Street
129 West Hendricks Street
Shelbyville, IN
Studio
$550
486 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
This is an efficiency apartment with a really nice breakfast area, separate toilet and shower all new appliances. Laundry facilities on campus (included in rent). Move in ready
1 Unit Available
2160 Ashford Place
2160 Ashford Place
Shelbyville, IN
2 Bedrooms
$2,019
1200 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
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1 Unit Available
816 Highpointe Boulevard
816 High Pointe Boulevard
Shelbyville, IN
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
2434 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:56 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 4 bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
1604 Wagner Drive
1604 Wagner Drive
Shelbyville, IN
3 Bedrooms
$1,275
1252 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 09:55 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
844 West Franklin Street
844 West Franklin Street
Shelbyville, IN
2 Bedrooms
$995
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
HALF OFF FIRST MONTH'S RENT! Beautiful 2 bedroom single family house available in Shelbyville!!! - HALF OFF FIRST MONTH'S RENT! Single family house with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and a fenced backyard. Large living room with and extra family room.
1 Unit Available
228 South Noble
228 South Noble Street
Shelbyville, IN
2 Bedrooms
$795
2080 sqft
Last updated May 15 at 06:27 PM
Still has the new house smell! The home has had several new updates including new kitchen, baths, and flooring. Awesome 2BR opportunity near downtown and schools/parks. Has a large covered from porch, privacy hedges, and sits on a full basement.
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1 Unit Available
6004 South STATE ROAD 9
6004 South Riley Highway
Shelby County, IN
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1440 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 10:29 PM
Great opportunity in Southern Shelby Co! 1300 sq ft 3 bedroom 1 bath home, with 2000 sq ft heated concrete building. Has been zoned commercial in the past. Currently zoned R1. This property features a 3/1 around 1300 sq ft property, with a garage.
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How much is rent in Shelbyville?
In Shelbyville, the median rent is $528 for a studio, $613 for a 1-bedroom, $759 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,018 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Shelbyville, check out our monthly Shelbyville Rent Report.
How much is rent in Shelbyville?
In Shelbyville, the median rent is $528 for a studio, $613 for a 1-bedroom, $759 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,018 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Shelbyville, check out our monthly Shelbyville Rent Report.
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How can I find off-campus housing in Shelbyville?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Shelbyville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Indianapolis, Indiana University-Bloomington, Marian University, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis, and Ball State University.
How can I find off-campus housing in Shelbyville?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Shelbyville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Indianapolis, Indiana University-Bloomington, Marian University, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis, and Ball State University.

Median Rent in Shelbyville

Last updated Mar. 2015
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Shelbyville is $613, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $759.
Studio
$528
1 Bed
$613
2 Beds
$759
3+ Beds
$1,018
City GuideShelbyville
"You know, we should visit Shelbyville more often. They have a store that just sells shoes. I feel like I'm in Paris!" - Marge Simpson, The Simpsons
"You know, we should visit Shelbyville more often. They have a store that just sells shoes. I feel like I'm in Paris!" - Marge Simpson, The Simpsons

Shelbyville is a city near Indianapolis, Indiana with a population of over 19,000 in 11.56 square miles of land area. It has a humid climate with hot summers at a daily average temperature of 74F. During the cold season, it has an average daily temperature of 45F. Shelbyville has different tourist attractions, including restaurants, parks, museums, golf clubs and casinos. It also hosts the Shelby County Arts Fest, one of its most major attractions in the city, where arts, crafts, vendors, theatrical productions, live music and more are featured. Shelbyville also has local rail systems and up-to-date airports for easy transportation. So if you are looking to move in to this city, then grab your gears and start with the apartment hunt!

Moving to Shelbyville

Find Apartments

Whether you are looking for simple studio apartments or luxurious ones, the hunt is relatively easier in Shelbyville compared to other major cities in the USA. There is a higher vacancy rate for property rentals in Shelbyville as well. That is understandable, since this city is not as densely populated as the concrete jungles like New York or other major cities mentioned in iconic songs. Just remember to bring the essential requirements for your rental application such as credentials and references, and you're good to go!

Cost of Living

Not only will finding apartments be easier, but it will be less costly in Shelbyville as well. Statistics show that the cost of living in this city is 21.1% lower than the national average. The housing index scored only 48%, which is 52% less than the average. One dollar actually means one dollar here. Not being too comparative, but one dollar has less value in major cities, where the rent for a one-bedroom apartment can actually get you a two bedroom in Shelbyville or even more. See the difference?

Transportation

Another thing to consider when moving to a new city is its transportation system. Shelbyville has its own Amtrak train station within 30 miles of the city center, although people generally prefer to carpool to work here than take the public transportation. However, getting around the city will be less of a hassle. Statistics show that the average employee's travel time to work is 23.1% less than the national average. No need to take away somebody else's cab in this city!

Moving to Shelbyville
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Find Apartments

Whether you are looking for simple studio apartments or luxurious ones, the hunt is relatively easier in Shelbyville compared to other major cities in the USA. There is a higher vacancy rate for property rentals in Shelbyville as well. That is understandable, since this city is not as densely populated as the concrete jungles like New York or other major cities mentioned in iconic songs. Just remember to bring the essential requirements for your rental application such as credentials and references, and you're good to go!

Cost of Living

Not only will finding apartments be easier, but it will be less costly in Shelbyville as well. Statistics show that the cost of living in this city is 21.1% lower than the national average. The housing index scored only 48%, which is 52% less than the average. One dollar actually means one dollar here. Not being too comparative, but one dollar has less value in major cities, where the rent for a one-bedroom apartment can actually get you a two bedroom in Shelbyville or even more. See the difference?

Transportation

Another thing to consider when moving to a new city is its transportation system. Shelbyville has its own Amtrak train station within 30 miles of the city center, although people generally prefer to carpool to work here than take the public transportation. However, getting around the city will be less of a hassle. Statistics show that the average employee's travel time to work is 23.1% less than the national average. No need to take away somebody else's cab in this city!

Neighborhoods in Shelbyville

If the low cost of living is not enough to lure you into living in Shelbyville, then the attractions will. You might think that it's a quiet, rural place, but you'll be surprised by the tons of sights to see in the variety of neighborhoods in this town. Shelbyville hosts a lot of performing arts events and is the home of entertainment centers that people from all over visit.

East Michigan Road: This is the place to be when you want to stuff your stomachs with Shelbyville's famous restaurants. In here, you will find The Fiddlers Three Restaurant, a place not only famous for its food, but also its facilities. It is known for being the venue for Maxim Events and big gatherings. Want freshly baked pizzas and Italian classics? Try Bellacino's Pizza and Grinders. Craving for pies, pies and more pies? Then go to Cousin's Country Diner. Have you been dreaming about burgers, tenderloin and coneys? Go to The Bear's Den. The East Michigan Road gives you tons of choices and food variety.

North Michigan Road: Looking for a fun time with your pals? Want to experience a nightlife similar to Las Vegas? Look no further, all the entertainment you need is right here. Visit the largest land-based casino in the whole of midwest. The Indiana Live Grand Casino, one of the city's major attractions, is located in the North Michigan Road. If you're also a fan of live horse races, the Indiana Downs is located right here too. It may not be as flashy as the Live Casino, but it is still sought after by people from different places.

Riley Highway: Are you a golf enthusiast? Then this is the place to be, because The Bear Chase Golf Club is located right here. It has 127 acres of beautiful scenery where the Blue River flows through its 18-hole course. The Blue River Dental is also situated right here.

Lee Boulevard: The most notable landmark here is the Blue River Park, which has ten acres of land and athletic fields. There are also some famous restaurants such as the Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar.

Harrison Street: Although not as grand as Indianapolis, Shelbyville has always been known for its culture, arts and crafts. It is the home of The Strand Theatre, one of the oldest theaters still standing in the whole of Midwest. It still serves as the city's center of activities for arts, performances, music events, movies and more.

Miller Street: This city offers more entertainment options for you, as it is also where one of the top-rated bowling centers in the Midwest is located. The Blue River Bowl has state-of-the-art facilities for hosting parties, gatherings and more. It is a great way to socialize with co-workers and friends. When you get hungry, Noble Roman's - Tuscano's Subs hot sandwiches and pizzas are also available inside the center.

Neighborhoods in Shelbyville
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If the low cost of living is not enough to lure you into living in Shelbyville, then the attractions will. You might think that it's a quiet, rural place, but you'll be surprised by the tons of sights to see in the variety of neighborhoods in this town. Shelbyville hosts a lot of performing arts events and is the home of entertainment centers that people from all over visit.

East Michigan Road: This is the place to be when you want to stuff your stomachs with Shelbyville's famous restaurants. In here, you will find The Fiddlers Three Restaurant, a place not only famous for its food, but also its facilities. It is known for being the venue for Maxim Events and big gatherings. Want freshly baked pizzas and Italian classics? Try Bellacino's Pizza and Grinders. Craving for pies, pies and more pies? Then go to Cousin's Country Diner. Have you been dreaming about burgers, tenderloin and coneys? Go to The Bear's Den. The East Michigan Road gives you tons of choices and food variety.

North Michigan Road: Looking for a fun time with your pals? Want to experience a nightlife similar to Las Vegas? Look no further, all the entertainment you need is right here. Visit the largest land-based casino in the whole of midwest. The Indiana Live Grand Casino, one of the city's major attractions, is located in the North Michigan Road. If you're also a fan of live horse races, the Indiana Downs is located right here too. It may not be as flashy as the Live Casino, but it is still sought after by people from different places.

Riley Highway: Are you a golf enthusiast? Then this is the place to be, because The Bear Chase Golf Club is located right here. It has 127 acres of beautiful scenery where the Blue River flows through its 18-hole course. The Blue River Dental is also situated right here.

Lee Boulevard: The most notable landmark here is the Blue River Park, which has ten acres of land and athletic fields. There are also some famous restaurants such as the Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar.

Harrison Street: Although not as grand as Indianapolis, Shelbyville has always been known for its culture, arts and crafts. It is the home of The Strand Theatre, one of the oldest theaters still standing in the whole of Midwest. It still serves as the city's center of activities for arts, performances, music events, movies and more.

Miller Street: This city offers more entertainment options for you, as it is also where one of the top-rated bowling centers in the Midwest is located. The Blue River Bowl has state-of-the-art facilities for hosting parties, gatherings and more. It is a great way to socialize with co-workers and friends. When you get hungry, Noble Roman's - Tuscano's Subs hot sandwiches and pizzas are also available inside the center.

Living in Shelbyville

The above mentioned are only the main tourist attractions in the city, but there are more to see. The city has lots of other famous restaurants and beautiful sites as well, along with numerous parks for various family and sport activities such as the Kennedy Park, which has a spot for fishing enthusiasts. It also has a well-lit softball field.

Want to grow your own garden? The Pioneer Park has plots for residents to rent and cultivate. Looking for a fun water getaway adventure with your family and friends? Visit the Meridian Park Family Aquatic Center, the city's community pool. It has fountains, water slides and lots of amenities for kids and adults alike.

There are more parks and recreation activities in here, but more than that, the community itself is one of the reasons to love this city. Stop thinking and start packing your bags. It's time to move in to Shelbyville!

Living in Shelbyville
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The above mentioned are only the main tourist attractions in the city, but there are more to see. The city has lots of other famous restaurants and beautiful sites as well, along with numerous parks for various family and sport activities such as the Kennedy Park, which has a spot for fishing enthusiasts. It also has a well-lit softball field.

Want to grow your own garden? The Pioneer Park has plots for residents to rent and cultivate. Looking for a fun water getaway adventure with your family and friends? Visit the Meridian Park Family Aquatic Center, the city's community pool. It has fountains, water slides and lots of amenities for kids and adults alike.

There are more parks and recreation activities in here, but more than that, the community itself is one of the reasons to love this city. Stop thinking and start packing your bags. It's time to move in to Shelbyville!

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City GuideShelbyville
"You know, we should visit Shelbyville more often. They have a store that just sells shoes. I feel like I'm in Paris!" - Marge Simpson, The Simpsons
"You know, we should visit Shelbyville more often. They have a store that just sells shoes. I feel like I'm in Paris!" - Marge Simpson, The Simpsons

Shelbyville is a city near Indianapolis, Indiana with a population of over 19,000 in 11.56 square miles of land area. It has a humid climate with hot summers at a daily average temperature of 74F. During the cold season, it has an average daily temperature of 45F. Shelbyville has different tourist attractions, including restaurants, parks, museums, golf clubs and casinos. It also hosts the Shelby County Arts Fest, one of its most major attractions in the city, where arts, crafts, vendors, theatrical productions, live music and more are featured. Shelbyville also has local rail systems and up-to-date airports for easy transportation. So if you are looking to move in to this city, then grab your gears and start with the apartment hunt!

Moving to Shelbyville

Find Apartments

Whether you are looking for simple studio apartments or luxurious ones, the hunt is relatively easier in Shelbyville compared to other major cities in the USA. There is a higher vacancy rate for property rentals in Shelbyville as well. That is understandable, since this city is not as densely populated as the concrete jungles like New York or other major cities mentioned in iconic songs. Just remember to bring the essential requirements for your rental application such as credentials and references, and you're good to go!

Cost of Living

Not only will finding apartments be easier, but it will be less costly in Shelbyville as well. Statistics show that the cost of living in this city is 21.1% lower than the national average. The housing index scored only 48%, which is 52% less than the average. One dollar actually means one dollar here. Not being too comparative, but one dollar has less value in major cities, where the rent for a one-bedroom apartment can actually get you a two bedroom in Shelbyville or even more. See the difference?

Transportation

Another thing to consider when moving to a new city is its transportation system. Shelbyville has its own Amtrak train station within 30 miles of the city center, although people generally prefer to carpool to work here than take the public transportation. However, getting around the city will be less of a hassle. Statistics show that the average employee's travel time to work is 23.1% less than the national average. No need to take away somebody else's cab in this city!

Moving to Shelbyville
+

Find Apartments

Whether you are looking for simple studio apartments or luxurious ones, the hunt is relatively easier in Shelbyville compared to other major cities in the USA. There is a higher vacancy rate for property rentals in Shelbyville as well. That is understandable, since this city is not as densely populated as the concrete jungles like New York or other major cities mentioned in iconic songs. Just remember to bring the essential requirements for your rental application such as credentials and references, and you're good to go!

Cost of Living

Not only will finding apartments be easier, but it will be less costly in Shelbyville as well. Statistics show that the cost of living in this city is 21.1% lower than the national average. The housing index scored only 48%, which is 52% less than the average. One dollar actually means one dollar here. Not being too comparative, but one dollar has less value in major cities, where the rent for a one-bedroom apartment can actually get you a two bedroom in Shelbyville or even more. See the difference?

Transportation

Another thing to consider when moving to a new city is its transportation system. Shelbyville has its own Amtrak train station within 30 miles of the city center, although people generally prefer to carpool to work here than take the public transportation. However, getting around the city will be less of a hassle. Statistics show that the average employee's travel time to work is 23.1% less than the national average. No need to take away somebody else's cab in this city!

Neighborhoods in Shelbyville

If the low cost of living is not enough to lure you into living in Shelbyville, then the attractions will. You might think that it's a quiet, rural place, but you'll be surprised by the tons of sights to see in the variety of neighborhoods in this town. Shelbyville hosts a lot of performing arts events and is the home of entertainment centers that people from all over visit.

East Michigan Road: This is the place to be when you want to stuff your stomachs with Shelbyville's famous restaurants. In here, you will find The Fiddlers Three Restaurant, a place not only famous for its food, but also its facilities. It is known for being the venue for Maxim Events and big gatherings. Want freshly baked pizzas and Italian classics? Try Bellacino's Pizza and Grinders. Craving for pies, pies and more pies? Then go to Cousin's Country Diner. Have you been dreaming about burgers, tenderloin and coneys? Go to The Bear's Den. The East Michigan Road gives you tons of choices and food variety.

North Michigan Road: Looking for a fun time with your pals? Want to experience a nightlife similar to Las Vegas? Look no further, all the entertainment you need is right here. Visit the largest land-based casino in the whole of midwest. The Indiana Live Grand Casino, one of the city's major attractions, is located in the North Michigan Road. If you're also a fan of live horse races, the Indiana Downs is located right here too. It may not be as flashy as the Live Casino, but it is still sought after by people from different places.

Riley Highway: Are you a golf enthusiast? Then this is the place to be, because The Bear Chase Golf Club is located right here. It has 127 acres of beautiful scenery where the Blue River flows through its 18-hole course. The Blue River Dental is also situated right here.

Lee Boulevard: The most notable landmark here is the Blue River Park, which has ten acres of land and athletic fields. There are also some famous restaurants such as the Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar.

Harrison Street: Although not as grand as Indianapolis, Shelbyville has always been known for its culture, arts and crafts. It is the home of The Strand Theatre, one of the oldest theaters still standing in the whole of Midwest. It still serves as the city's center of activities for arts, performances, music events, movies and more.

Miller Street: This city offers more entertainment options for you, as it is also where one of the top-rated bowling centers in the Midwest is located. The Blue River Bowl has state-of-the-art facilities for hosting parties, gatherings and more. It is a great way to socialize with co-workers and friends. When you get hungry, Noble Roman's - Tuscano's Subs hot sandwiches and pizzas are also available inside the center.

Neighborhoods in Shelbyville
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If the low cost of living is not enough to lure you into living in Shelbyville, then the attractions will. You might think that it's a quiet, rural place, but you'll be surprised by the tons of sights to see in the variety of neighborhoods in this town. Shelbyville hosts a lot of performing arts events and is the home of entertainment centers that people from all over visit.

East Michigan Road: This is the place to be when you want to stuff your stomachs with Shelbyville's famous restaurants. In here, you will find The Fiddlers Three Restaurant, a place not only famous for its food, but also its facilities. It is known for being the venue for Maxim Events and big gatherings. Want freshly baked pizzas and Italian classics? Try Bellacino's Pizza and Grinders. Craving for pies, pies and more pies? Then go to Cousin's Country Diner. Have you been dreaming about burgers, tenderloin and coneys? Go to The Bear's Den. The East Michigan Road gives you tons of choices and food variety.

North Michigan Road: Looking for a fun time with your pals? Want to experience a nightlife similar to Las Vegas? Look no further, all the entertainment you need is right here. Visit the largest land-based casino in the whole of midwest. The Indiana Live Grand Casino, one of the city's major attractions, is located in the North Michigan Road. If you're also a fan of live horse races, the Indiana Downs is located right here too. It may not be as flashy as the Live Casino, but it is still sought after by people from different places.

Riley Highway: Are you a golf enthusiast? Then this is the place to be, because The Bear Chase Golf Club is located right here. It has 127 acres of beautiful scenery where the Blue River flows through its 18-hole course. The Blue River Dental is also situated right here.

Lee Boulevard: The most notable landmark here is the Blue River Park, which has ten acres of land and athletic fields. There are also some famous restaurants such as the Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar.

Harrison Street: Although not as grand as Indianapolis, Shelbyville has always been known for its culture, arts and crafts. It is the home of The Strand Theatre, one of the oldest theaters still standing in the whole of Midwest. It still serves as the city's center of activities for arts, performances, music events, movies and more.

Miller Street: This city offers more entertainment options for you, as it is also where one of the top-rated bowling centers in the Midwest is located. The Blue River Bowl has state-of-the-art facilities for hosting parties, gatherings and more. It is a great way to socialize with co-workers and friends. When you get hungry, Noble Roman's - Tuscano's Subs hot sandwiches and pizzas are also available inside the center.

Living in Shelbyville

The above mentioned are only the main tourist attractions in the city, but there are more to see. The city has lots of other famous restaurants and beautiful sites as well, along with numerous parks for various family and sport activities such as the Kennedy Park, which has a spot for fishing enthusiasts. It also has a well-lit softball field.

Want to grow your own garden? The Pioneer Park has plots for residents to rent and cultivate. Looking for a fun water getaway adventure with your family and friends? Visit the Meridian Park Family Aquatic Center, the city's community pool. It has fountains, water slides and lots of amenities for kids and adults alike.

There are more parks and recreation activities in here, but more than that, the community itself is one of the reasons to love this city. Stop thinking and start packing your bags. It's time to move in to Shelbyville!

Living in Shelbyville
+

The above mentioned are only the main tourist attractions in the city, but there are more to see. The city has lots of other famous restaurants and beautiful sites as well, along with numerous parks for various family and sport activities such as the Kennedy Park, which has a spot for fishing enthusiasts. It also has a well-lit softball field.

Want to grow your own garden? The Pioneer Park has plots for residents to rent and cultivate. Looking for a fun water getaway adventure with your family and friends? Visit the Meridian Park Family Aquatic Center, the city's community pool. It has fountains, water slides and lots of amenities for kids and adults alike.

There are more parks and recreation activities in here, but more than that, the community itself is one of the reasons to love this city. Stop thinking and start packing your bags. It's time to move in to Shelbyville!