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The city of Coffeyville is situated along the Verdigris River in southeastern Kansas. It's the most populated city in Montgomery County, with its 10,000 or so inhabitants, and makes up part of the Tulsa media market.
There are a few things to be aware of prior to beginning your search for a rental in Coffeyville. It really doesn't tend to be much different to any place else, but it's worth going through some of the basics so you know where you stand prior to putting your pen mark on the rental contract.
How Much Time Do I Need?
To be on the safe side, it's wise to allow yourself about four weeks to make your search for rental accommodation in Coffeyville. That's not to say there's any shortage of availability. Certainly that is not the case. However, it makes sense to avoid leaving yourself with too little time so as to avoid any unnecessary stress-out.
It's always prudent to come suitably prepared. When you do find something you really like and you've set your mind on it, if you've brought the necessaries, then you're in a very strong position to get the job in the bag then and there! That said, bring enough cash with you to be able to pay for a month's rent in advance as well as the deposit. Generally the deposit will be the equivalent of a single month's rent. Also bring proof of your ID, and some form of evidence of your rental history could be helpful. Further, proof that you can actually afford the pad is good. Recent pay stubs and bank account statements will stand you in good stead. Some landlords may ask to carry out a background credit check, although that's not always the case.
Coffeyville certainly has a lot to offer to those who choose to live there. Furthermore, there are plenty of places for rent in Coffeyville, including condo rentals and pet-friendly apartments. If you do have a pet, chances are you'll be asked to place a deposit down for your animal. What's more, certain pets may not be entertained. Cats and small dogs are usually perfectly fine, but if you're intent on housing something the size of a wolf, well, you may find that's rather more than a tall order.
Spruce Street: Located in a lovely part of town, Spruce Street offers a variety of local amenities just on the doorstep, including eight restaurants -- Hong Kong Delight on West 11th Street and the Southern Supper Club on Willow to name two. The crime rating is zero.
West 9th Street: With easy access to U.S Route 166, West 9th Street makes for a quiet part of town where you'll find a good selection of one-bedroom apartments and three-bedroom apartments to choose from.
East 10th Street: East 10th Street provides easy access to local amenities such as a Save-A-Lot grocery on East 8th Street and nine dining establishments. Entry to U.S. Routes 166 and 169 can be achieved close by.
Coffeyville is served by two major roadways -- Route 166, which travels through Coffeyville, running from just inside the Missouri state line in the east to South Haven in the western part of Kansas. U.S. Route 169 connects to Coffeyville, and journeys from Virginia in Minnesota to Tulsa in Oklahoma.
Dalton Defenders Museum on East 8th St highlights the details of the infamous Dalton bank robbery, which, as it turns out, was a complete failure. Four of the gang members were shot and killed, while the fifth survived, although he suffered no less than twenty three gunshot wounds. After you've wandered around the museum, be sure to head over the road where you can see one of the banks that was targeted for the robbery (two banks were on the Dalton Gang's list for that day) which has been restored to its former 1890s glory. Take a tour of Brown Mansion, which is located on South Walnut. Brown Mansion was constructed in 1903 and was way ahead of its time, together with a variety of features such as an elevator, an alarm system, and a walk-in ice box. That's one extra-large ice box! As is frequently the case with old-style buildings such as this, the mansion is said to be haunted, although in this case, folks will tell of witnessing a green light hovering in the house and around the grounds.
If this is all too much for you and you need to get some food inside that hungry tummy, then check out the Tavern on the Plaza just down the road from Brown Mansion. The tavern serves a large variety of American cuisine. It's situated in a historic building in downtown Coffeyville, and the ambiance is really top-notch!