Located halfway between St. Louis, Missouri and Nashville, Tennessee sits Paducah, Kentucky. The largest city in the Jackson Purchase region, Paducah is a coveted area, often called “Four Corners,” because of its proximity to Ohio, Tennessee, Mississippi and Cumberland Rivers. It’s also home to about 25,000 residents who regularly enjoy the town’s historic downtown, active music/arts community and proudly bears the name of Quilt City USA. You could say that in every way possible, Paducah is an all-American city. You could also say that living in this all-American city is super-affordable. You’d be right on both counts. Ready to find a pad in Paducah? We think we may have just what you’re looking for.
If quiet country apartment living is your thing, Paducah is your place. Full of loft style apartments, townhomes, duplexes and plenty of furnished apartments, renting in Paducah isn’t only easy, it’s also very cheap, too. How cheap? How about one-bedroom apartments starting at $465, two-bedrooms at $550, and three-bedrooms at $750? These cheap Paducah apartment rentals also come complete with some decent amenities such as balconies/patios, fitness center, heat, pool, sun-deck, and parking. Some apartments, such as the Riviera Apartments, even thrown in a washer and dryer in every two-bedroom apartment rental, making the price tag that much more appealing.
Just in case you’re looking to live in a swanky, bachelor pad in the middle of downtown, Paducah has that too. Executive-style loft apartments are available in the historic downtown area, but they’re a bit pricier than the rest of the city. If money is no object, these pricey, $2200 for three-bedroom-type lofts are for you!
Making the big leap to the Four Corners with just life’s necessities? That’s a-okay. You’ll find nice furnished apartment rentals in Paducah at communities such as Fox Harbor Apartments. On the other hand, pet-friendly apartments are not so plentiful in Paducah, as most apartments in the city don’t allow pets. But, what you save on a pet deposit can be used toward your move-in fees which are typically equal to one-month’s rent.
Living in a city with such cheap apartments, like Paducah, means that the money you save can be spent to have a little fun in your downtime. Walk down by the river, grab a homemade ice cream in the historic district, visit the nearby winery or join the local quilting bee. Whatever you choose to do with your new life here, you can rest assured there is a cheap apartment in Paducah waiting to welcome you home.