A historic library, courthouse, and theatre, along with plenty of historic houses make for some very charming old neighborhoods here in Auburn. But, there's more to this little city than its history. Modern Auburn is rich in culture, with arts, music, and theater communities adding to the local entertainment. Outdoors lovers can also find some salvation with the nearby Owasko Lake providing a great spot for canoeing or kayaking. It's a good life, and it comes in a variety of price ranges.
Cheap apartments can be found for as little as $500 a month. Some of the nicer apartment rentals and luxury lofts can be found in the $600 to $1000 range. There are some truly unique rental homes to be found for those willing to go the extra mile and pay somewhere in the $1000 to $2000 range. Former grand Victorian homes, three-deckers, and duplexes make up a lot of the property rentals in town, which are great for those who enjoy the charm of a vintage home. Converted mills also make for some amazing apartments, with expansive industrial windows and loft-style floor plans.
While many apartment buildings are chock-full of classic charm, older buildings tend to come with fewer amenities. In most apartment communities, the most you can expect is a parking spot. If you’re in need of things like laundry facilities, fitness centers, and business centers, then it's all about the neighborhood that you choose to live in. Many apartments are located close to downtown and the library. There are also some apartment units that come with a washer and dryer, which is the ultimate convenience for those enjoy clean clothes and hate trekking to the laundromat.
Now it's time to scroll through those listings and find your new place in Auburn. Best of luck!