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228 Ben Nevis
228 Ben Nevis Road
Glasgow Village, MO | Glasgow Village
3 Bedrooms
$1,030
873 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
Qualifications: Income must be 3x the asking rent, a minimum credit score of 580, proof of income for the last 30 days, no evictions or felonies in the last 5 years. Application fee is $40 per adult. Section 9 is accepted.
1 Unit Available
10547 Renfrew Drive
10547 Renfrew Drive
Glasgow Village, MO | Glasgow Village
3 Bedrooms
$800
1832 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
Very nice home for lease features separate dining room, 3 bedrooms, large sun room, and an attached garage. Home is nicely updated. You'll be proud to call 10547 Renfrew Dr. home.
1 Unit Available
143 Dundee Cir
143 Dundee Circle
Glasgow Village, MO | Glasgow Village
3 Bedrooms
$985
927 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Available 12/07/20 Gorgeous Renovated 3 bed/1 bath Home for rent. - Property Id: 438058 Beautiful renovated 3 bed/1 bath home with 1 car attached garage and large clean basement. Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
243 Estridge
243 Estridge Road
Glasgow Village, MO | Glasgow Village
3 Bedrooms
$850
1012 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3 bedroom 1 Bath home in Glascow Village on - OPEN HOUSE Saturday 1/11/20 3 bedroom Home with newly installed Oak like floors throughout 1012 sq feet Front Den next to garage with book shelves Living room L shaped around Kitchen Kitchen with
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1 Unit Available
344 Lookout Drive
344 Lookout Drive
Riverview, MO | Riverview
3 Bedrooms
$1,065
1200 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
Say hello to your new home! This beautiful home located in 63137 is priced to rent and won't last long! This 1,200 sq. ft. home has 3 spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
1 Unit Available
10019 Northgate Drive
10019 Northgate Drive
Riverview, MO | Riverview
3 Bedrooms
$850
660 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
Krch Realty, LLC proudly offers another certified and worry-free rental. View this amazing smart home by texting or calling 314-626-8088 to receive a code and view this home today. You will be amazed by this smart homes features and capabilities.
1 Unit Available
786 Briarbrae Drive
786 Briarbrae Drive
Spanish Lake, MO | Spanish Lake
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
900 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:22 AM
Beautiful single family home with 3 beds and 1 bath located in a quiet neighborhood! This home comes with a large fenced in backyard and updates all around including new hardwood floors and paint! Contact us today for a showing! Owner is a licensed
1 Unit Available
423 Fork Dr
423 Fork Drive
Riverview, MO | Riverview
3 Bedrooms
$875
1141 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:17 AM
COMING SOON! Nice 3 bedrooms and 1 bath house with some new flooring. It has an eat in kitchen refrigerator/stove included.Recently painted throughout.
1 Unit Available
1001 Avant
1001 Avant Drive
Bellefontaine Neighbors, MO | Bellefontaine
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
1104 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
Qualifications: Income must be 3x the asking rent, a minimum credit score of 580, proof of income for the last 30 days, no evictions or felonies in the last 5 years. Application fee is $40 per adult. Section 8 not accepted.
1 Unit Available
9710 Calumet
9710 Calumet Drive
Bellefontaine Neighbors, MO | Bellefontaine
3 Bedrooms
$895
912 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3 bedroom home in Bellefountain with hardwood floors - Open House Saturday 12/5 12-12:30 Spacious Yard on Shaded Corner lot 3 bedroom home with beautiful natural hardwood floors Living /Dining room front to back 24 x 12 with picture
1 Unit Available
11665 Briarbrae Court
11665 Briarbrae Court
Spanish Lake, MO | Spanish Lake
3 Bedrooms
$1,025
900 sqft
Last updated April 10 at 02:16 AM
Gorgeous 3 bed 1 bath ranch home with wood flooring, large level yard and spacious basement for plenty of storage. Call to schedule your showing today!
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4 Units Available
Canfield Green
2974 Coppercreek Rd
St. Louis, MO | Ferguson
1 Bedroom
$540
630 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$640
780 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 06:04 AM
Canfield Green offers large floorplans with an amazing on-site management and maintenance team. Our residents are our top priority.
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19 Units Available
Nico Terrace
2155 Hecht Dr
St. Louis, MO
1 Bedroom
$545
560 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$695
783 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Experience St. Louis living at Nico Terrace. Our experienced leasing team looks forward to help you find your perfect home. Our community has received top marks in the city for affordability compared to nearby apartments.
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19 Units Available
Oak Park Apartments
11185 Oak Parkway Ln
Spanish Lake, MO | Spanish Lake
1 Bedroom
$515
660 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$605
1029 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$799
1430 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Oak Park Apartments in Spanish Lake, MO offers a variety of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom floor plans with amenities that meet a wide range of tastes and needs in North St. Louis County.
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9 Units Available
Sugar Pines
11011 Sugar Pines Ct
Florissant, MO
1 Bedroom
$720
771 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$860
947 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Conveniently located near Lindenwood University North Country Campus. Each unit offers breakfast bar and pantry, central heating, A/C, fireplace, washer/dryer connections and large kitchen. On-site amenities include business center and fitness center.
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132 Units Available
Spanish Cove Townhomes
1708 San Remo Ct
St. Louis, MO | Spanish Lake
1 Bedroom
$525
715 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$625
885 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$825
1220 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:49 AM
Spanish Cove Townhomes, a 787 unit garden-style (all townhomes) apartment community located in Saint Louis, MO. The property was constructed in 1971 and consists of ninety-nine residential buildings.
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3 Units Available
Koeneman Place Apartments
2651 Eltarose Drive
St. Louis County, MO
1 Bedroom
Ask
2 Bedrooms
$650
887 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:01 AM
Koeneman Place Apartments is located right next to beautiful Koeneman Park and within walking distance of Buzz Westfall shopping center, a grocery store, and a bus stop, yet is nestled into a quiet corner of North County with little traffic and lots
1 Unit Available
10748 Hallwood Drive
10748 Hallwood Drive
Castle Point, MO | Hathaway Manor
3 Bedrooms
$1,065
1110 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
Say hello to your new home! This beautiful home located in 63136 is priced to rent and won't last long! This 1110 sq. ft. home has 3 spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
1 Unit Available
2128 Lexa Drive
2128 Lexa Drive
Jennings, MO | Jennings
4 Bedrooms
$1,000
1310 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
To self-tour this Property, copy and paste this link in your browser: homes.rently.com/homes-for-rent/properties/2663968 Please ask about our Rhino deposit program.
1 Unit Available
6370 Silver Fox Drive
6370 Silver Fox Drive
Old Jamestown, MO
4 Bedrooms
$1,465
1374 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
1 Unit Available
6653 Foothills Court
6653 Foot Hills Court
St. Louis County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1053 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
Beautiful 3 bedrooms 2.5 baths renovation in Foxwoods Subdivision. New carpeting, vinyl flooring and hardwoods make this home extra cozy.
1 Unit Available
216 Green Acres Road
216 Green Acres Road
Bellefontaine Neighbors, MO | Bellefontaine
3 Bedrooms
$1,365
1531 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
Say hello to your new home! This beautiful home located in 63137 is priced to rent and won't last long! This 1,531 sq. ft. home has 3 spacious bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
1 Unit Available
12465 Shoreside Drive
12465 Shoreside Drive
St. Louis County, MO
3 Bedrooms
$1,445
1492 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
Updated Florissant 3 BR now available! This home is available for NO CONTACT showings 7 days per week. AVOID FRAUD: We do not advertise for rent on Craigslist. Monthly rent is based on an 18 month lease.
1 Unit Available
5415 Parker Road
5415 Parker Road
Black Jack, MO
4 Bedrooms
$1,495
1742 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 05:46 AM
This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience. Apply, schedule a self-tour, or get on a waiting list for Coming Soon homes; review our resident qualifications; or see more homes at www.firstkeyhomes.
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How much is rent in Glasgow Village?
Apartment Rentals in Glasgow Village start at $800/month.
How much is rent in Glasgow Village?
Apartment Rentals in Glasgow Village start at $800/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Glasgow Village?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Glasgow Village apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Glasgow Village?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Glasgow Village apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Glasgow Village 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.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Glasgow Village 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.
How much should I pay for rent in Glasgow Village?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Glasgow Village.
How much should I pay for rent in Glasgow Village?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Glasgow Village.
How can I find off-campus housing in Glasgow Village?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Glasgow Village. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Harris-Stowe State University, Ranken Technical College, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Washington University in St Louis, and Saint Louis University.
How can I find off-campus housing in Glasgow Village?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Glasgow Village. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Harris-Stowe State University, Ranken Technical College, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Washington University in St Louis, and Saint Louis University.

City Guide

Glasgow Village
Glasgow Village was the home of William Carr Lane, first mayor of St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Lane was appointed to be the governor of the New Mexico territory in 1852 by President Millard Fillmore.
Glasgow Village was the home of William Carr Lane, first mayor of St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Lane was appointed to be the governor of the New Mexico territory in 1852 by President Millard Fillmore.

Glasgow Village, population of 5,429, is conveniently located just off Interstate 270 in St. Louis County, which is the most heavily-populated county in the state of Missouri. This census-designated place is the 137th most-populated area in Missouri and covers a whopping nine-tenths of a square mile. It's also close enough to view the mighty Mississippi River. Glasgow Village is within the confines of a community called Bellefontaine Neighbors, directly to the north of St. Louis, Missouri. The area, purchased in 1838, was the property of one Dr. William Carr Lane, a practicing physician who came from Pennsylvania. When the city of St. Louis became incorporated in 1822, Lane was elected mayor in the following year. He maintained a farmstead known as Bienvenue on his plot of land north of the city, passing it to a daughter, Sarah, and her husband William Glasgow upon his death. The property encompassed the area from the river to the Portland Cement Company and to the north, the Chain of Rocks Park. The Glasgow family gifted the land to the city for development. Visitors to the area note that the streets have names of places or clans of Scotland, the naming of which were in accordance to the Glasgow family will and testament. The town experienced a population boom in the 1950s, following World War II. Today, the town retains much of its historic flair and its convenient location ensures that you're never too far from anything.

Moving to Glasgow Village

Obviously, you don't have to hop the pond to enjoy life in Glasgow Village, but you might enjoy the area's quaint Scottish flair anyhow. Maybe you're attracted to Glasgow Village because of the low cost of living, lower-than-average crime rates or maybe you just want to be on the outskirts of the major metropolis St. Louis, Missouri. That's your business. When you decide to move to Glasgow Village, make sure you've done your research first. You'll be needing to rent an apartment, so make sure you scout out places to live well in advance. You can find a number of reasonably-priced houses for rent, but if you're more interested in rental condos, you'll find those as well. While it's fun to search online, you might have better luck with a certified realtor, who can give you the ins and outs of the area. He or she will be able to help you find your new place, ensuring that your move will be a smooth transition. It can also be nice to have that personal touch when moving to a new city.

Once you've found the spot you're going to settle, you can contact management for an appointment to sign your lease agreement and drop off your security deposit. Be sure to disclose any information about your furry room mate, as well. You may be charged a pet deposit for Fido, which also may be refundable if he minds his manners and keeps those carpets clean. Once the paperwork is done, get ready to move! If you've packed your stuff, you can load your truck and be on your way. Don't have a truck? No worries. You can rent one and drive it yourself, or browse the yellow pages for a reputable moving company. Nearby St. Louis, Missouri has moving companies by...well...the truckload. Take your pick. When the truck is unloaded and you've waved goodbye to the help, it's time to start unpacking and plotting out your new lifestyle.

Moving to Glasgow Village
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Obviously, you don't have to hop the pond to enjoy life in Glasgow Village, but you might enjoy the area's quaint Scottish flair anyhow. Maybe you're attracted to Glasgow Village because of the low cost of living, lower-than-average crime rates or maybe you just want to be on the outskirts of the major metropolis St. Louis, Missouri. That's your business. When you decide to move to Glasgow Village, make sure you've done your research first. You'll be needing to rent an apartment, so make sure you scout out places to live well in advance. You can find a number of reasonably-priced houses for rent, but if you're more interested in rental condos, you'll find those as well. While it's fun to search online, you might have better luck with a certified realtor, who can give you the ins and outs of the area. He or she will be able to help you find your new place, ensuring that your move will be a smooth transition. It can also be nice to have that personal touch when moving to a new city.

Once you've found the spot you're going to settle, you can contact management for an appointment to sign your lease agreement and drop off your security deposit. Be sure to disclose any information about your furry room mate, as well. You may be charged a pet deposit for Fido, which also may be refundable if he minds his manners and keeps those carpets clean. Once the paperwork is done, get ready to move! If you've packed your stuff, you can load your truck and be on your way. Don't have a truck? No worries. You can rent one and drive it yourself, or browse the yellow pages for a reputable moving company. Nearby St. Louis, Missouri has moving companies by...well...the truckload. Take your pick. When the truck is unloaded and you've waved goodbye to the help, it's time to start unpacking and plotting out your new lifestyle.

Glasgow Village Neighborhoods

If you're looking for the best neighborhoods in Glasgow Village, there's good news: Your choice is going to be a simple one. That's because there's only one neighborhood in town and it is...drumroll please...Glasgow Village! Now that that easy decision is made, take a look around and see exactly what it is that makes this area so appealing. You'll be able to take your pick of the rental property here, because there will probably be plenty to choose from. Don't fool yourself, though: This is an urban area, so you'll probably be close enough to rub elbows with your new neighbors. You may not find many hi rise apartments here, but there are plenty of small apartment buildings where you can set up shop. Also, this is a great spot to find an historic apartment for rent, since most properties here, over eighty percent, were constructed in what were known as the "baby boom" years between 1940 and 1969. That's not to say that you have to have an older property if that's not your thing, though. Plenty of established homes were built between 1970 and 1999. While Glasgow Village is no pedestrian's paradise, commuters will rejoice that their daily commute won't last longer than 30 minutes, which is, if you're interested, among the shortest commute times in the nation.

Glasgow Village Neighborhoods
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If you're looking for the best neighborhoods in Glasgow Village, there's good news: Your choice is going to be a simple one. That's because there's only one neighborhood in town and it is...drumroll please...Glasgow Village! Now that that easy decision is made, take a look around and see exactly what it is that makes this area so appealing. You'll be able to take your pick of the rental property here, because there will probably be plenty to choose from. Don't fool yourself, though: This is an urban area, so you'll probably be close enough to rub elbows with your new neighbors. You may not find many hi rise apartments here, but there are plenty of small apartment buildings where you can set up shop. Also, this is a great spot to find an historic apartment for rent, since most properties here, over eighty percent, were constructed in what were known as the "baby boom" years between 1940 and 1969. That's not to say that you have to have an older property if that's not your thing, though. Plenty of established homes were built between 1970 and 1999. While Glasgow Village is no pedestrian's paradise, commuters will rejoice that their daily commute won't last longer than 30 minutes, which is, if you're interested, among the shortest commute times in the nation.

Living in Glasgow Village

Let's say it's the weekend, and your boxes are unpacked. You've already walked Fido three times today. So, what to do now? You won't have to look too hard to find something to entertain yourself. Make sure you've got your trusty car, though. You're going to want to drive to most locations. Of course, if you don't like to drive, you could take the bus: Glasgow Village is connected to the St. Louis Metro bus system. Now that your transportation issues are solved, get out and explore your new home town. What's your pleasure? There are a number of parks in or near Glasgow Village. Dundee Park isn't far, but if you'd fancy a walk along the river, you can travel just a little to the southeast, where you'll find the Chain of Rocks park. If you're heading outdoors, be aware that Missouri's weather can throw just about anything you can imagine into the daily forecast. Expect heat and humidity in the spring and summer, which can fuel some spectacular thunderstorms. Also, the humidity that accrues from being located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri river systems creates a haven for mosquitoes, so be sure to bring your bug repellent. Winter time, on the other hand, can bring cutting winds and multiple feet of snow or a slick coating of ice. Just make sure you've got all your extreme weather gear along for the ride, and pay close attention to the weather forecast.

When you've had enough of the outdoors, head in for some grub. You're sure to find a spot to whet your appetite: Glasgow Village is just off Interstate 270, and a prime location for cuisine due to the amount of travelers stopping by. While you'll find your favorite fast-food joints here, you might be in the mood for a good meal at a sit-down diner. If so, take your appetite and go to Down Home Elegant Dining, located off Bellefontaine Road. If you're in the mood for pizza, check out Riverview Pizza Parlor and Deli.

Get a slice of history at the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site, or enjoy a movie at the Granite City Cinema. These choices are all close to your new digs, but if you're hankering for something else, feel free to give St. Louis (or any of the surrounding neighborhoods) a try. Between the live arts, outdoor recreation opportunities, art museums and endless cuisine choices, you're going to have no trouble entertaining yourself for the afternoon. When you're done, zip up the highway to Glasgow Village and your fabulous new home.

Living in Glasgow Village
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Let's say it's the weekend, and your boxes are unpacked. You've already walked Fido three times today. So, what to do now? You won't have to look too hard to find something to entertain yourself. Make sure you've got your trusty car, though. You're going to want to drive to most locations. Of course, if you don't like to drive, you could take the bus: Glasgow Village is connected to the St. Louis Metro bus system. Now that your transportation issues are solved, get out and explore your new home town. What's your pleasure? There are a number of parks in or near Glasgow Village. Dundee Park isn't far, but if you'd fancy a walk along the river, you can travel just a little to the southeast, where you'll find the Chain of Rocks park. If you're heading outdoors, be aware that Missouri's weather can throw just about anything you can imagine into the daily forecast. Expect heat and humidity in the spring and summer, which can fuel some spectacular thunderstorms. Also, the humidity that accrues from being located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri river systems creates a haven for mosquitoes, so be sure to bring your bug repellent. Winter time, on the other hand, can bring cutting winds and multiple feet of snow or a slick coating of ice. Just make sure you've got all your extreme weather gear along for the ride, and pay close attention to the weather forecast.

When you've had enough of the outdoors, head in for some grub. You're sure to find a spot to whet your appetite: Glasgow Village is just off Interstate 270, and a prime location for cuisine due to the amount of travelers stopping by. While you'll find your favorite fast-food joints here, you might be in the mood for a good meal at a sit-down diner. If so, take your appetite and go to Down Home Elegant Dining, located off Bellefontaine Road. If you're in the mood for pizza, check out Riverview Pizza Parlor and Deli.

Get a slice of history at the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site, or enjoy a movie at the Granite City Cinema. These choices are all close to your new digs, but if you're hankering for something else, feel free to give St. Louis (or any of the surrounding neighborhoods) a try. Between the live arts, outdoor recreation opportunities, art museums and endless cuisine choices, you're going to have no trouble entertaining yourself for the afternoon. When you're done, zip up the highway to Glasgow Village and your fabulous new home.

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Glasgow Village
Glasgow Village was the home of William Carr Lane, first mayor of St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Lane was appointed to be the governor of the New Mexico territory in 1852 by President Millard Fillmore.
Glasgow Village was the home of William Carr Lane, first mayor of St. Louis, Missouri. Dr. Lane was appointed to be the governor of the New Mexico territory in 1852 by President Millard Fillmore.

Glasgow Village, population of 5,429, is conveniently located just off Interstate 270 in St. Louis County, which is the most heavily-populated county in the state of Missouri. This census-designated place is the 137th most-populated area in Missouri and covers a whopping nine-tenths of a square mile. It's also close enough to view the mighty Mississippi River. Glasgow Village is within the confines of a community called Bellefontaine Neighbors, directly to the north of St. Louis, Missouri. The area, purchased in 1838, was the property of one Dr. William Carr Lane, a practicing physician who came from Pennsylvania. When the city of St. Louis became incorporated in 1822, Lane was elected mayor in the following year. He maintained a farmstead known as Bienvenue on his plot of land north of the city, passing it to a daughter, Sarah, and her husband William Glasgow upon his death. The property encompassed the area from the river to the Portland Cement Company and to the north, the Chain of Rocks Park. The Glasgow family gifted the land to the city for development. Visitors to the area note that the streets have names of places or clans of Scotland, the naming of which were in accordance to the Glasgow family will and testament. The town experienced a population boom in the 1950s, following World War II. Today, the town retains much of its historic flair and its convenient location ensures that you're never too far from anything.

Moving to Glasgow Village

Obviously, you don't have to hop the pond to enjoy life in Glasgow Village, but you might enjoy the area's quaint Scottish flair anyhow. Maybe you're attracted to Glasgow Village because of the low cost of living, lower-than-average crime rates or maybe you just want to be on the outskirts of the major metropolis St. Louis, Missouri. That's your business. When you decide to move to Glasgow Village, make sure you've done your research first. You'll be needing to rent an apartment, so make sure you scout out places to live well in advance. You can find a number of reasonably-priced houses for rent, but if you're more interested in rental condos, you'll find those as well. While it's fun to search online, you might have better luck with a certified realtor, who can give you the ins and outs of the area. He or she will be able to help you find your new place, ensuring that your move will be a smooth transition. It can also be nice to have that personal touch when moving to a new city.

Once you've found the spot you're going to settle, you can contact management for an appointment to sign your lease agreement and drop off your security deposit. Be sure to disclose any information about your furry room mate, as well. You may be charged a pet deposit for Fido, which also may be refundable if he minds his manners and keeps those carpets clean. Once the paperwork is done, get ready to move! If you've packed your stuff, you can load your truck and be on your way. Don't have a truck? No worries. You can rent one and drive it yourself, or browse the yellow pages for a reputable moving company. Nearby St. Louis, Missouri has moving companies by...well...the truckload. Take your pick. When the truck is unloaded and you've waved goodbye to the help, it's time to start unpacking and plotting out your new lifestyle.

Moving to Glasgow Village
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Obviously, you don't have to hop the pond to enjoy life in Glasgow Village, but you might enjoy the area's quaint Scottish flair anyhow. Maybe you're attracted to Glasgow Village because of the low cost of living, lower-than-average crime rates or maybe you just want to be on the outskirts of the major metropolis St. Louis, Missouri. That's your business. When you decide to move to Glasgow Village, make sure you've done your research first. You'll be needing to rent an apartment, so make sure you scout out places to live well in advance. You can find a number of reasonably-priced houses for rent, but if you're more interested in rental condos, you'll find those as well. While it's fun to search online, you might have better luck with a certified realtor, who can give you the ins and outs of the area. He or she will be able to help you find your new place, ensuring that your move will be a smooth transition. It can also be nice to have that personal touch when moving to a new city.

Once you've found the spot you're going to settle, you can contact management for an appointment to sign your lease agreement and drop off your security deposit. Be sure to disclose any information about your furry room mate, as well. You may be charged a pet deposit for Fido, which also may be refundable if he minds his manners and keeps those carpets clean. Once the paperwork is done, get ready to move! If you've packed your stuff, you can load your truck and be on your way. Don't have a truck? No worries. You can rent one and drive it yourself, or browse the yellow pages for a reputable moving company. Nearby St. Louis, Missouri has moving companies by...well...the truckload. Take your pick. When the truck is unloaded and you've waved goodbye to the help, it's time to start unpacking and plotting out your new lifestyle.

Glasgow Village Neighborhoods

If you're looking for the best neighborhoods in Glasgow Village, there's good news: Your choice is going to be a simple one. That's because there's only one neighborhood in town and it is...drumroll please...Glasgow Village! Now that that easy decision is made, take a look around and see exactly what it is that makes this area so appealing. You'll be able to take your pick of the rental property here, because there will probably be plenty to choose from. Don't fool yourself, though: This is an urban area, so you'll probably be close enough to rub elbows with your new neighbors. You may not find many hi rise apartments here, but there are plenty of small apartment buildings where you can set up shop. Also, this is a great spot to find an historic apartment for rent, since most properties here, over eighty percent, were constructed in what were known as the "baby boom" years between 1940 and 1969. That's not to say that you have to have an older property if that's not your thing, though. Plenty of established homes were built between 1970 and 1999. While Glasgow Village is no pedestrian's paradise, commuters will rejoice that their daily commute won't last longer than 30 minutes, which is, if you're interested, among the shortest commute times in the nation.

Glasgow Village Neighborhoods
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If you're looking for the best neighborhoods in Glasgow Village, there's good news: Your choice is going to be a simple one. That's because there's only one neighborhood in town and it is...drumroll please...Glasgow Village! Now that that easy decision is made, take a look around and see exactly what it is that makes this area so appealing. You'll be able to take your pick of the rental property here, because there will probably be plenty to choose from. Don't fool yourself, though: This is an urban area, so you'll probably be close enough to rub elbows with your new neighbors. You may not find many hi rise apartments here, but there are plenty of small apartment buildings where you can set up shop. Also, this is a great spot to find an historic apartment for rent, since most properties here, over eighty percent, were constructed in what were known as the "baby boom" years between 1940 and 1969. That's not to say that you have to have an older property if that's not your thing, though. Plenty of established homes were built between 1970 and 1999. While Glasgow Village is no pedestrian's paradise, commuters will rejoice that their daily commute won't last longer than 30 minutes, which is, if you're interested, among the shortest commute times in the nation.

Living in Glasgow Village

Let's say it's the weekend, and your boxes are unpacked. You've already walked Fido three times today. So, what to do now? You won't have to look too hard to find something to entertain yourself. Make sure you've got your trusty car, though. You're going to want to drive to most locations. Of course, if you don't like to drive, you could take the bus: Glasgow Village is connected to the St. Louis Metro bus system. Now that your transportation issues are solved, get out and explore your new home town. What's your pleasure? There are a number of parks in or near Glasgow Village. Dundee Park isn't far, but if you'd fancy a walk along the river, you can travel just a little to the southeast, where you'll find the Chain of Rocks park. If you're heading outdoors, be aware that Missouri's weather can throw just about anything you can imagine into the daily forecast. Expect heat and humidity in the spring and summer, which can fuel some spectacular thunderstorms. Also, the humidity that accrues from being located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri river systems creates a haven for mosquitoes, so be sure to bring your bug repellent. Winter time, on the other hand, can bring cutting winds and multiple feet of snow or a slick coating of ice. Just make sure you've got all your extreme weather gear along for the ride, and pay close attention to the weather forecast.

When you've had enough of the outdoors, head in for some grub. You're sure to find a spot to whet your appetite: Glasgow Village is just off Interstate 270, and a prime location for cuisine due to the amount of travelers stopping by. While you'll find your favorite fast-food joints here, you might be in the mood for a good meal at a sit-down diner. If so, take your appetite and go to Down Home Elegant Dining, located off Bellefontaine Road. If you're in the mood for pizza, check out Riverview Pizza Parlor and Deli.

Get a slice of history at the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site, or enjoy a movie at the Granite City Cinema. These choices are all close to your new digs, but if you're hankering for something else, feel free to give St. Louis (or any of the surrounding neighborhoods) a try. Between the live arts, outdoor recreation opportunities, art museums and endless cuisine choices, you're going to have no trouble entertaining yourself for the afternoon. When you're done, zip up the highway to Glasgow Village and your fabulous new home.

Living in Glasgow Village
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Let's say it's the weekend, and your boxes are unpacked. You've already walked Fido three times today. So, what to do now? You won't have to look too hard to find something to entertain yourself. Make sure you've got your trusty car, though. You're going to want to drive to most locations. Of course, if you don't like to drive, you could take the bus: Glasgow Village is connected to the St. Louis Metro bus system. Now that your transportation issues are solved, get out and explore your new home town. What's your pleasure? There are a number of parks in or near Glasgow Village. Dundee Park isn't far, but if you'd fancy a walk along the river, you can travel just a little to the southeast, where you'll find the Chain of Rocks park. If you're heading outdoors, be aware that Missouri's weather can throw just about anything you can imagine into the daily forecast. Expect heat and humidity in the spring and summer, which can fuel some spectacular thunderstorms. Also, the humidity that accrues from being located at the confluence of the Mississippi and Missouri river systems creates a haven for mosquitoes, so be sure to bring your bug repellent. Winter time, on the other hand, can bring cutting winds and multiple feet of snow or a slick coating of ice. Just make sure you've got all your extreme weather gear along for the ride, and pay close attention to the weather forecast.

When you've had enough of the outdoors, head in for some grub. You're sure to find a spot to whet your appetite: Glasgow Village is just off Interstate 270, and a prime location for cuisine due to the amount of travelers stopping by. While you'll find your favorite fast-food joints here, you might be in the mood for a good meal at a sit-down diner. If so, take your appetite and go to Down Home Elegant Dining, located off Bellefontaine Road. If you're in the mood for pizza, check out Riverview Pizza Parlor and Deli.

Get a slice of history at the Jefferson Barracks Historic Site, or enjoy a movie at the Granite City Cinema. These choices are all close to your new digs, but if you're hankering for something else, feel free to give St. Louis (or any of the surrounding neighborhoods) a try. Between the live arts, outdoor recreation opportunities, art museums and endless cuisine choices, you're going to have no trouble entertaining yourself for the afternoon. When you're done, zip up the highway to Glasgow Village and your fabulous new home.