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The Verge
165 West Mcmillan Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | The Heights
1 Bedroom
$1,185
Last updated August 29 at 12:55 AM
Live The Verge life: the ideal apartment community for University of Cincinnati students.
1 Unit Available
918 Highland Avenue
918 Highland Pike
Covington, KY | Peaselburg
1 Bedroom
$700
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Totally renovated building and well maintained 1 bedroom apartment in Ft Wright. Located on the 3rd floor, unit 30 features new carpet, bathroom vanity and refrigerator. Enjoy a nice, quiet area with lots of parking in the back.
1 Unit Available
35 Ash Street
35 Ash Street
Ludlow, KY | Ludlow
1 Bedroom
$900
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
1 bedroom large walk-in closet, large rooms, granite in kitchen with gas stove, mud room w/W/D. View of river from front Porch, ceiling fans, recess lighting, landlord pays water, sanitation and trash.
1 Unit Available
2609 Crisnic
2609 Crisnic Ct
Covington, KY | West Latonia
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Newly renovated townhouse style apartment in charming community of Lookout Ridge. Featuring 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths this unit offers open concept first floor with galley kitchen,master bedroom with walkout to private balcony.
1 Unit Available
410 Pinnacle Way
410 Pinnacle Way
Ludlow, KY | Ludlow
2 Bedrooms
$2,100
2023 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Enjoy the river and skyline views from the oversized balcony off the living room and bedroom. River's Breeze amenities are plentiful. the clubhouse, pool with a view and a gym are well maintained. Great place to walk around day and night.
1 Unit Available
1025 Scott Street
1025 Scott Boulevard
Covington, KY | Eastside Covington
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Newly remodeled second floor apartment featuring 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths and laundry. Large, open and spacious with all new appliances. Parking on site. Located across from The Carnegie and a short walk to Downtown Covington.
1 Unit Available
2693 Dixie HWY
2693 Dixie Highway
Lakeside Park, KY | Lakeside Park
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
3876 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Welcome home to this charming 2 bedroom, 1 bath apartment conveniently nestled in Lakeside Park. This second floor unit has beautiful hardwood floors, spacious rooms and generous amounts of natural light.
1 Unit Available
937 Highland Avenue
937 Highland Pike
Covington, KY | Peaselburg
1 Bedroom
$725
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Move-in ready! Beautiful well maintained 1 bedroom apartment conveniently located in Fort Wright with the bus stop right out front and just minutes to I-75. All updated, hardwood floors and freshly painted throughout.
1 Unit Available
809 Main Street
809 Main Street
Covington, KY | Mainstrasse
1 Bedroom
$800
2312 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Come enjoy this Urban Oasis located in the Heart of Covington's Mainstrasse Village! Nice 1st floor unit. 1 bedroom, 1 bath with a large living room and kitchen. Or step out back to enjoy a private backyard with firepit and privacy fence all around.
1 Unit Available
424 Pinnacle Way
424 Pinnacle Way
Ludlow, KY | Ludlow
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
1717 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Spectacular views in this spacious condo located 5 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. 2 Master Suites. River's Breeze amenities are clubhouse, pool with a view and gym are well maintained. Great place to walk around day and night.
1 Unit Available
933 Highland Avenue
933 Highland Pike
Covington, KY | Peaselburg
1 Bedroom
$725
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Move-n ready! Beautiful, well maintained 1 bedroom apartment conveniently located in Ft Wright with bus stop right out front and just minutes to I-75. All updated and freshly painted throughout. Heat, water & sanitation included in rent.
1 Unit Available
9500 Amarillo Court
9500 Amarillo Court
Northbrook, OH | Northbrook
3 Bedrooms
$895
960 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
This home is located at the end of a cul-de-sac and is surrounded by lots of green space. House just received new carpet and fresh paint throughout! Enter into a nice size living area with bay window.
1 Unit Available
421 Fleming Road
421 Fleming Road
Wyoming, OH | Wyoming
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
1672 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management. Schedule a showing at your convenience with our self-showing feature. We are a pet-friendly company with no breed restrictions or weight limits.
1 Unit Available
311 Boal Street
311 Boal Street
Cincinnati, OH | Mount Auburn
3 Bedrooms
$3,200
2045 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Enjoy stunning city views and sun-soaked luxury in this immaculate remodeled Prospect Hill home! Through the entryway, you'll be greeted with gorgeous refinished original wood floors that extend throughout the home.
1 Unit Available
4509 Barbara Place
4509 Barbara Place
Cincinnati, OH | Paddock Hills
4 Bedrooms
$1,250
2296 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
NOW AVAILABLE! Exclusively listed by Hudson Homes Management.
1 Unit Available
2008 Benton Road
2008 Benton Road
Covington, KY | Peaselburg
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1800 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Three story town home with two car garage and large spacious living areas and bedrooms. Most homes have a view of Cincinnati! Some have carpet and some have wood laminate flooring throughout.
1 Unit Available
2580 Keysport Lane
2580 Keysport Lane
Pleasant Run, OH | Pleasant Run
3 Bedrooms
$1,425
1734 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management. Schedule a showing at your convenience with our self-showing feature. We are a pet-friendly company with no breed restrictions or weight limits.
1 Unit Available
9932 Greenriver Drive
9932 Greenriver Drive
Northbrook, OH | Northbrook
4 Bedrooms
$1,625
1962 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management. Schedule a showing at your convenience with our self-showing feature. We are a pet-friendly company with no breed restrictions or weight limits.
1 Unit Available
3467 Wabash Avenue
3467 Wabash Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Evanston
2 Bedrooms
$1,175
1654 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Modern & fully remodeled 2 brm, 2.5 bath rm. Evanston single family home. Features hard wood floors throughout, 1st floor bathroom, fenced yard, large deck, full basement with washer and dryer hookup, small built in 1 car garage.
1 Unit Available
994 Cleveland Avenue
994 Cleveland Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Avondale
1 Bedroom
$700
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Large remodeled 1 Bedroom apartment. Updated flooring throughout, updated eat in kitchen, brand new bathroom and coin laundry onsite. Water is included.
1 Unit Available
1720 Fairfax Avenue
1720 Fairfax Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Evanston
4 Bedrooms
$2,600
2888 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Fully Renovated Top to Bottom - 2,888 sqft, 4 beds and 2.5 baths! New hardwood floors, New carpet, New roof, New HVAC & New siding - updated kitchen features granite countertops and New stainless steel appliance.
1 Unit Available
2954 Central Parkway
2954 Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH | The Heights
1 Bedroom
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4 Bedrooms
$1,400
1784 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Spacious 4 bedroom, newly renovated with first floor laundry and bonus room. Convenient location and ample parking.
1 Unit Available
4241 Langley Avenue
4241 Langley Avenue
St. Bernard, OH | St. Bernard
4 Bedrooms
$1,975
2500 sqft
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
Spacious duplex 4 Bedroom 2 Full bathroom unit for rent! Updated with high-end finishes, while keeping its historic charm. Natural light and hardwood floors throughout.
1 Unit Available
2357 W Clifton Avenue
2357 West Clifton Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | The Heights
2 Bedrooms
$1,070
Last updated December 5 at 03:43 AM
2 bdrm 2 bath townhouse style apartment walking distance to UC. Water, Sewer and Trash inc. Gas and electric not included, W/D in unit, On street parking, private porch. no pets
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How much is rent in Cheviot?
Apartment Rentals in Cheviot start at $550/month.
How much is rent in Cheviot?
Apartment Rentals in Cheviot start at $550/month.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Cheviot 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 Cheviot 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.
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How can I find off-campus housing in Cheviot?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Cheviot. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Gateway Community and Technical College, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, Union Institute & University, and Xavier University.
How can I find off-campus housing in Cheviot?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Cheviot. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Gateway Community and Technical College, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, Union Institute & University, and Xavier University.

City Guide

Cheviot
The annual Harvest Home Fair in Cheviot began in 1855 and embodies the spirit of Cincinnati's west side. Featuring a parade, mini-marathon, art show, cold beverages, amusement rides, and more, this Labor Day weekend festival always excites the town.
The annual Harvest Home Fair in Cheviot began in 1855 and embodies the spirit of Cincinnati's west side. Featuring a parade, mini-marathon, art show, cold beverages, amusement rides, and more, this Labor Day weekend festival always excites the town.

In Cincinnati, the west side loves to claim it's the best side. That may indeed be true. If you ask folks from Cheviot, they will concur, and add that Cheviot is the best of the awesome west. Home to 8,375 people, this residential town in Hamilton County has all the things you need to make a place great -- awesome yearly events, a thrilling bar scene, niche shopping, and a variety of housing. Yeah, Cheviot pops with action, so if you come here, remember that you want a pop, not a soda.

Moving to Cheviot

All that activity on Harrison Avenue has you licking your lips. Hold on, now. You've got to nab a home first. Knowing that available rental properties in Cheviot abound and that 41.1 percent of homes are rented should make you pleased. The market is friendlier to renters here than the average Ohio town. There are more helpful things to learn, though.

Does Everything Work?

Especially check appliances, heating, and plumbing. About 39 percent of housing units were built before 1940, and while most are still working fine, some have deteriorated. Do not rent an apartment with obvious issues.

What Do You Want?

Whatever you want, Cheviot has it, from houses and townhomes to apartments and condos. Enjoy the feast, but do consider being flexible. For instance, if you are searching for two-bedroom rental apartments, consider also checking out smaller houses. If you hate yard work, know there are plenty of houses with small yards. Also, note that month to month leasing is rare in Cheviot, but negotiable with some landlords and management companies.

Do You Have Everything Ready?

Compared to other areas of Cincinnati, Cheviot is pretty affordable, which makes it a desirable place to reside, especially when you factor in a low crime rate and ample things to do. Landlords and management companies can be a little more thorough with the application process; they want ample evidence you can pay rent in addition to upfront costs like two months' rent and a security deposit. You probably have to show your credit score. Also, note that apartment communities like Dina Terrace Apartments do feature some paid bills, like heat. Be sure to ask what bills are covered with the rent price, and negotiate if you can.

Moving to Cheviot
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All that activity on Harrison Avenue has you licking your lips. Hold on, now. You've got to nab a home first. Knowing that available rental properties in Cheviot abound and that 41.1 percent of homes are rented should make you pleased. The market is friendlier to renters here than the average Ohio town. There are more helpful things to learn, though.

Does Everything Work?

Especially check appliances, heating, and plumbing. About 39 percent of housing units were built before 1940, and while most are still working fine, some have deteriorated. Do not rent an apartment with obvious issues.

What Do You Want?

Whatever you want, Cheviot has it, from houses and townhomes to apartments and condos. Enjoy the feast, but do consider being flexible. For instance, if you are searching for two-bedroom rental apartments, consider also checking out smaller houses. If you hate yard work, know there are plenty of houses with small yards. Also, note that month to month leasing is rare in Cheviot, but negotiable with some landlords and management companies.

Do You Have Everything Ready?

Compared to other areas of Cincinnati, Cheviot is pretty affordable, which makes it a desirable place to reside, especially when you factor in a low crime rate and ample things to do. Landlords and management companies can be a little more thorough with the application process; they want ample evidence you can pay rent in addition to upfront costs like two months' rent and a security deposit. You probably have to show your credit score. Also, note that apartment communities like Dina Terrace Apartments do feature some paid bills, like heat. Be sure to ask what bills are covered with the rent price, and negotiate if you can.

Cheviot Neighborhoods

The town may only cover 1.17 square miles, but with so many residents, unique neighborhoods do exist. Before you move to Cheviot, think long and hard about your neighborhood choice.

Cheviot: Live it up here at establishments like the Public House Bar and Grill and Legends Nightclub. A very walkable area, living here offers easy access to convenience stores and specialty shops on Harrison Avenue and North Bend Road. Nearby bus lines abound.

Westwood Northern Boulevard / North Bend Road: A more car-dependent part of town, this mostly residential neighborhood also has bus transit. Harvest Home Park, clothing stores, and Five Borough's Pizza are some highlights.

Montana Avenue / Glenmore Avenue: If you want an apartment to rent, this residential area has ample selection. Driving and busing are most common here.

Cheviot Neighborhoods
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The town may only cover 1.17 square miles, but with so many residents, unique neighborhoods do exist. Before you move to Cheviot, think long and hard about your neighborhood choice.

Cheviot: Live it up here at establishments like the Public House Bar and Grill and Legends Nightclub. A very walkable area, living here offers easy access to convenience stores and specialty shops on Harrison Avenue and North Bend Road. Nearby bus lines abound.

Westwood Northern Boulevard / North Bend Road: A more car-dependent part of town, this mostly residential neighborhood also has bus transit. Harvest Home Park, clothing stores, and Five Borough's Pizza are some highlights.

Montana Avenue / Glenmore Avenue: If you want an apartment to rent, this residential area has ample selection. Driving and busing are most common here.

Living in Cheviot

Most folks drive, but walking is manageable for some parts and biking within town is simple. A vehicle, though, is convenient if you want to go downtown for a Bengals football game, the Bunbury Music Festival, or poker at Horseshoe Casino. On most days, though, there's no need to leave Cheviot, as drinks at Cheviot Cafe, meals at Maury's Tiny Cove, and walks through Mount Airy Forest bring all the necessary fun. Cheviot, though, can get sleepy at times. Just when you think the town will never wake up, it ignites to life with festivals like the Harvest Home Fair and WestFest Streetfest; to experience the west side's heart, simply go to Cheviot, and take in the music, food, drinks, and atmosphere at these popular events. If you need to cool off from the action, just go swim at the Cheviot Municipal Pool.

Living in Cheviot
+

Most folks drive, but walking is manageable for some parts and biking within town is simple. A vehicle, though, is convenient if you want to go downtown for a Bengals football game, the Bunbury Music Festival, or poker at Horseshoe Casino. On most days, though, there's no need to leave Cheviot, as drinks at Cheviot Cafe, meals at Maury's Tiny Cove, and walks through Mount Airy Forest bring all the necessary fun. Cheviot, though, can get sleepy at times. Just when you think the town will never wake up, it ignites to life with festivals like the Harvest Home Fair and WestFest Streetfest; to experience the west side's heart, simply go to Cheviot, and take in the music, food, drinks, and atmosphere at these popular events. If you need to cool off from the action, just go swim at the Cheviot Municipal Pool.

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City Guide

Cheviot
The annual Harvest Home Fair in Cheviot began in 1855 and embodies the spirit of Cincinnati's west side. Featuring a parade, mini-marathon, art show, cold beverages, amusement rides, and more, this Labor Day weekend festival always excites the town.
The annual Harvest Home Fair in Cheviot began in 1855 and embodies the spirit of Cincinnati's west side. Featuring a parade, mini-marathon, art show, cold beverages, amusement rides, and more, this Labor Day weekend festival always excites the town.

In Cincinnati, the west side loves to claim it's the best side. That may indeed be true. If you ask folks from Cheviot, they will concur, and add that Cheviot is the best of the awesome west. Home to 8,375 people, this residential town in Hamilton County has all the things you need to make a place great -- awesome yearly events, a thrilling bar scene, niche shopping, and a variety of housing. Yeah, Cheviot pops with action, so if you come here, remember that you want a pop, not a soda.

Moving to Cheviot

All that activity on Harrison Avenue has you licking your lips. Hold on, now. You've got to nab a home first. Knowing that available rental properties in Cheviot abound and that 41.1 percent of homes are rented should make you pleased. The market is friendlier to renters here than the average Ohio town. There are more helpful things to learn, though.

Does Everything Work?

Especially check appliances, heating, and plumbing. About 39 percent of housing units were built before 1940, and while most are still working fine, some have deteriorated. Do not rent an apartment with obvious issues.

What Do You Want?

Whatever you want, Cheviot has it, from houses and townhomes to apartments and condos. Enjoy the feast, but do consider being flexible. For instance, if you are searching for two-bedroom rental apartments, consider also checking out smaller houses. If you hate yard work, know there are plenty of houses with small yards. Also, note that month to month leasing is rare in Cheviot, but negotiable with some landlords and management companies.

Do You Have Everything Ready?

Compared to other areas of Cincinnati, Cheviot is pretty affordable, which makes it a desirable place to reside, especially when you factor in a low crime rate and ample things to do. Landlords and management companies can be a little more thorough with the application process; they want ample evidence you can pay rent in addition to upfront costs like two months' rent and a security deposit. You probably have to show your credit score. Also, note that apartment communities like Dina Terrace Apartments do feature some paid bills, like heat. Be sure to ask what bills are covered with the rent price, and negotiate if you can.

Moving to Cheviot
+

All that activity on Harrison Avenue has you licking your lips. Hold on, now. You've got to nab a home first. Knowing that available rental properties in Cheviot abound and that 41.1 percent of homes are rented should make you pleased. The market is friendlier to renters here than the average Ohio town. There are more helpful things to learn, though.

Does Everything Work?

Especially check appliances, heating, and plumbing. About 39 percent of housing units were built before 1940, and while most are still working fine, some have deteriorated. Do not rent an apartment with obvious issues.

What Do You Want?

Whatever you want, Cheviot has it, from houses and townhomes to apartments and condos. Enjoy the feast, but do consider being flexible. For instance, if you are searching for two-bedroom rental apartments, consider also checking out smaller houses. If you hate yard work, know there are plenty of houses with small yards. Also, note that month to month leasing is rare in Cheviot, but negotiable with some landlords and management companies.

Do You Have Everything Ready?

Compared to other areas of Cincinnati, Cheviot is pretty affordable, which makes it a desirable place to reside, especially when you factor in a low crime rate and ample things to do. Landlords and management companies can be a little more thorough with the application process; they want ample evidence you can pay rent in addition to upfront costs like two months' rent and a security deposit. You probably have to show your credit score. Also, note that apartment communities like Dina Terrace Apartments do feature some paid bills, like heat. Be sure to ask what bills are covered with the rent price, and negotiate if you can.

Cheviot Neighborhoods

The town may only cover 1.17 square miles, but with so many residents, unique neighborhoods do exist. Before you move to Cheviot, think long and hard about your neighborhood choice.

Cheviot: Live it up here at establishments like the Public House Bar and Grill and Legends Nightclub. A very walkable area, living here offers easy access to convenience stores and specialty shops on Harrison Avenue and North Bend Road. Nearby bus lines abound.

Westwood Northern Boulevard / North Bend Road: A more car-dependent part of town, this mostly residential neighborhood also has bus transit. Harvest Home Park, clothing stores, and Five Borough's Pizza are some highlights.

Montana Avenue / Glenmore Avenue: If you want an apartment to rent, this residential area has ample selection. Driving and busing are most common here.

Cheviot Neighborhoods
+

The town may only cover 1.17 square miles, but with so many residents, unique neighborhoods do exist. Before you move to Cheviot, think long and hard about your neighborhood choice.

Cheviot: Live it up here at establishments like the Public House Bar and Grill and Legends Nightclub. A very walkable area, living here offers easy access to convenience stores and specialty shops on Harrison Avenue and North Bend Road. Nearby bus lines abound.

Westwood Northern Boulevard / North Bend Road: A more car-dependent part of town, this mostly residential neighborhood also has bus transit. Harvest Home Park, clothing stores, and Five Borough's Pizza are some highlights.

Montana Avenue / Glenmore Avenue: If you want an apartment to rent, this residential area has ample selection. Driving and busing are most common here.

Living in Cheviot

Most folks drive, but walking is manageable for some parts and biking within town is simple. A vehicle, though, is convenient if you want to go downtown for a Bengals football game, the Bunbury Music Festival, or poker at Horseshoe Casino. On most days, though, there's no need to leave Cheviot, as drinks at Cheviot Cafe, meals at Maury's Tiny Cove, and walks through Mount Airy Forest bring all the necessary fun. Cheviot, though, can get sleepy at times. Just when you think the town will never wake up, it ignites to life with festivals like the Harvest Home Fair and WestFest Streetfest; to experience the west side's heart, simply go to Cheviot, and take in the music, food, drinks, and atmosphere at these popular events. If you need to cool off from the action, just go swim at the Cheviot Municipal Pool.

Living in Cheviot
+

Most folks drive, but walking is manageable for some parts and biking within town is simple. A vehicle, though, is convenient if you want to go downtown for a Bengals football game, the Bunbury Music Festival, or poker at Horseshoe Casino. On most days, though, there's no need to leave Cheviot, as drinks at Cheviot Cafe, meals at Maury's Tiny Cove, and walks through Mount Airy Forest bring all the necessary fun. Cheviot, though, can get sleepy at times. Just when you think the town will never wake up, it ignites to life with festivals like the Harvest Home Fair and WestFest Streetfest; to experience the west side's heart, simply go to Cheviot, and take in the music, food, drinks, and atmosphere at these popular events. If you need to cool off from the action, just go swim at the Cheviot Municipal Pool.