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63 apartments for rent near Morrisville, NC

Reserve at Park Place
4531 Langdon Dr
1 Bed
$970
2 Bed
$1,285
3 Bed
$1,505
The Marq at Weston
3101 Rise Drive
1 Bed
$1,000
2 Bed
$1,469
3 Bed
$1,830
Marquis on Cary Parkway
1100 Cameron Chase Dr
1 Bed
$801
2 Bed
$1,101
3 Bed
$1,260
Bell Preston View
1000 Stony Ct
1 Bed
$830
2 Bed
$1,040
3 Bed
$1,395
Southern Oaks at Davis Park
4407 Hopson Rd
1 Bed
$895
2 Bed
$1,140
3 Bed
$1,295
Parkside Place Apartments
200 Dominion Dr
1 Bed
$981
2 Bed
$1,217
3 Bed
$1,536
Camden Westwood
2100 Summit Ridge Loop
1 Bed
$889
2 Bed
$1,109
3 Bed
$1,509
District Lofts
3001 Village Market Pl
1 Bed
Ask
2 Bed
$1,595
209 Station Dr
Morrisville
3 Bed
$1,599
504 Durants Neck Ln
Morrisville
3 Bed
$1,599
128 Prestonian Place
Preston
3 Bed
$1,895
109 Huntersville Road
Morrisville
4 Bed
$1,750
705 Keystone Park Drive
Morrisville
3 Bed
$1,650
3022 Claret Lane
Morrisville
3 Bed
$1,150
2005 Corwith Drive
Morrisville
3 Bed
$1,500
1333 Alemany Street
Morrisville
3 Bed
$1,595
1304 Garden Square Lane
Morrisville
3 Bed
$1,625
209 Hampshire Downs Drive
Morrisville
3 Bed
$1,375
2233 Mayo Forest Lane
Morrisville
3 Bed
$1,750
112 Huntersville Rd
Morrisville
4 Bed
$1,650
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City Guide
Morrisville
Moving to Morrisville

The majority of homes in Morrisville are single family, but if you want to rent an apartment in the area, the task wont be impossible. Its essentially a college town, so turnover is high, with an annual residential turnover of 35%. Whether youre looking for a house or an apartment, the homes there are nearly equally either rented or bought, so renting is a definitely possibility in Morristown.

Morristowns rental prices are about average for a one bedroom or studio, you can expect to pay about half of the rates in larger cities which is similar to suburban areas located close to big cities or universities throughout the country. The area is a good mix of families with children who are associated with nearby universities and graduate students (some undergrads) who are looking not to live right on campus so whether you are married with kids or looking to build a community of young people for yourself, Morrisville could be just the right place for you.

If you want to move to Morrisville, you better come prepared. Gather up your financial documents -- bank statements, pay stubs, tax returns, and be prepared to have a credit report run. Also, make sure you have a bunch of cash on hand. Moving will be expensive -- especially if you use a real estate broker. You might also want to consider hiring professional movers so that you can ensure that all of your stuff gets there in one piece.

Neighborhoods

Want to move to Morrisville? You better do some research about where in town you'll want to end up.

Clegg: Clegg is in northwestern Morrisville, and it feels like typical suburbia. There's a good mix of high-rises and single-family homes here, so no matter what type of place you're looking to settle down in, you'll probably be able to find it. $$$

Town Center: This is where all the action is in Morrisville. There are shops, restaurants and businesses , and it's one of the only places you can walk from place to place. It's hip and trendy, but it's still mostly single-family homes. If you want to rent an apartment, you might want to consider somewhere else. $$$$$

Aerial Center: This is the westernmost neighborhood in Morrisville. This is also a trendy and hip area, and it mostly has expensive homes. Pick this place if you want to be somewhere nice, quiet and with a thriving intellectual community. $$$$

Golden Horseshoe Circle: This is the place you'll want to go if you're wanting to be a renter. It's the cheapest area in the whole city, so you should also look there if your wallet is on the lighter side. $

Living in Morrisville

If you live in Morrisville, most people say that you'll want to have a car. There is public bus transportation around the city, but the area it covers is limited, and it isn't convenient if you want to be on your own schedule. You can get to Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill on daily buses, however. To get out of the area completely, residents in Morrisville can get to the Raleigh-Durham International Airport, located just to the north of Morrrisville.

Morrisville residents often commute out of the city fr work, but on the weekends, there is lots to do in the city, including 6 parks and sports complexes, rock climbing, movie theaters, restaurants, hotels and more. If you're looking for something a little more exciting, Morrisvilles location provides easy access to the Blue Ridge Mountains, as well as a short drive to the beach on the nearby Atlantic Shore. If you're looking for a Southern town that has the hospitality without the backwardness and boringness of a lot of Southern places, Morrisville might be just the place for you.