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2 1 Bedroom Apartments for rent in Lincolnton, NC

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Last updated December 11 at 10:39am UTC
157 Openview Drive
Lincolnton
Lincolnton, NC
Updated December 11 at 10:39am UTC
1 Bedroom
$500
Colonial Village Apartments
112 Colonial Village Drive
Lincolnton, NC
Updated December 11 at 7:03am UTC
1 Bedroom
$470

City Guide

Lincolnton, NC, is a great location for both upcoming and established professionals who want to remain close to the action while living in a relaxed, suburban environment. The city itself dates back more than 200 years, so you can be sure it has staying power, and it's full of fun historical locations. For those who enjoy entertainment with a more modern edge, the nearby Charlotte metro area offers everything from fine arts to outdoor adventures. The metro area is also easy to access via high...

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Why Rent a One-Bedroom Apartment?

A 1-bedroom apartment offers numerous benefits for established professionals. First, it ensures you have a private space to retreat to after a long day at work, and without roommates to deal with, you can create a personal haven that supports your hobbies and habits. Some 1-bedroom apartments also include large living spaces, including breakfast nooks or dining areas where you can set up homework stations.

The right apartment also lets you entertain social guests or create networking opportunities. Look for a one-bedroom apartment that includes outdoor space such as a small yard or patio for cooking out. Complexes that offer public areas, including pools or pavilions, can also support social gatherings.

A 1-bedroom apartment is also just the right size for many professionals, who have plenty to worry about without keeping an unnecessarily large home in order. A well-designed 1-bedroom residence provides enough space for you to be comfortable without extending cleaning sessions past a couple of hours a week.

Locating 1-Bedroom Apartments in Lincolnton, NC

Like all other rental situations, 1-bedroom apartments in Lincolnton don't stay on the market long, which means professionals looking for a residence in the area should move quickly. Numerous complexes are located along South Aspen Street; renters along that road can travel south from their home to hit Interstate-85 and gain easy access to the heart of Charlotte. Other complexes are located along the outskirts of Lincolnton in all directions.

The Cost of a Lincolnton, NC, 1-Bedroom Apartment

One-bedroom apartments in the area come with average rental prices of around $600, though obvious rent can be impacted by any number of factors. The location and condition of the apartment plays a roll, as do the amenities available. One-bedroom apartments with in-unit laundry hookups and newer appliances will likely be priced higher than older units with shared access to a laundry mat. For busy professionals, it's often worth it to splurge on amenities that keep daily life simple and efficient.

Ample Opportunities for Professionals

Living in a Lincolnton, NC, 1-bedroom apartment lets established professionals take advantage of many career options. You'll be within a few minutes to an hour's drive from any job opportunities in the metro area, and renting ensures you don't have to worry as much about your residence if you get caught up in work projects for months or need to travel.