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9500 Amarillo Court
9500 Amarillo Court
Northbrook, OH | Northbrook
3 Bedrooms
$895
960 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:47 PM
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
1898 Sevenhills Drive
1898 Sevenhills Drive
New Burlington, OH | New Burlington
3 Bedrooms
$1,075
1225 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:47 PM
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 November 29 at 12:47 PM
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 November 29 at 12:47 PM
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 November 29 at 12:47 PM
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
2433 Concord Street, Unit 2
2433 Concord St
Cincinnati, OH | Walnut Hills
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
1354 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 2433 Concord Street, Unit 2 in Cincinnati. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
2144 Saint James Avenue
2144 Saint James Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Walnut Hills
1 Bedroom
$850
600 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Eden Park - 600 sq. ft. newly renovated light filled Studio/Loft apartment minutes to downtown. Historic building with 10+ ft. ceilings. Beautiful quiet street in Eden Park - Walk to Krohn Conservatory and throughout the park. Central A/C.
1 Unit Available
3231 Vine Street
3231 Vine Street
Cincinnati, OH | Clifton
1 Bedroom
$895
460 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
BRAND NEW Modern 1 bedroom apartment with fully upgraded finishes! This apartment boasts many features that are perfect for students and young professionals alike! Apartment is available to rent and move in now! Included in rent you
1 Unit Available
126 East 6th Street - 602
126 East Sixth Street
Cincinnati, OH | Central Business District
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,290
640 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Newly renovated urban centric apartment in the heart of downtown Cincinnati.
1 Unit Available
2131 Roosevelt Avenue - 4
2131 Roosevelt Avenue
New Burlington, OH | New Burlington
2 Bedrooms
$825
900 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Newly updated, spacious 2 bedroom townhouse apartment available in Mt.
1 Unit Available
3115 Durrell Avenue - 10
3115 Durrell Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Evanston
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$795
672 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Re-done and Updated! Large 2 Bedroom apartment with hardwood floors. Owner pays heat, water and trash. Secure entrances, security cameras. No Pets, No Smoking. Laundry Facilities on-site. Owner does accept assistance programs.
1 Unit Available
3057 Obryon St - 7
3057 O’Bryon Street
Cincinnati, OH | Evanston
1 Bedroom
$925
800 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Beautifully renovated large 1 bedroom apartment in the heart of Obryonville! Newer construction apartment building featuring secured entry, intercom system, elevator, wide hallways, and new windows.
1 Unit Available
512 E 12th St. - 201
512 East Twelfth Street
Cincinnati, OH | Central Business District
1 Bedroom
$888
546 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Unit 201 is at the south of the building on the second floor. It has wood floors through out and many historic details. Great direct light throughout the day. The peninsula kitchen keeps the kitchen/living/dining area open and spacious.
1 Unit Available
2074 Quail Ct., Apt. #2
2074 Quail Court
Forest Park, OH | Forest Park
2 Bedrooms
$815
885 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
SNS Management is proud to present Autumn Hills Apartments! Come enjoy our newly renovated apartments! With 108 spacious 1 and 2 bedroom apartments set in rolling hills with mature trees, you get a beautiful newly renovated home with professional
1 Unit Available
2036 Quail Ct., Apt. #16
2036 Quail Court
Forest Park, OH | Forest Park
2 Bedrooms
$860
1055 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
SNS Management is proud to present Autumn Hills Apartments! Come enjoy our newly renovated apartments! With 108 spacious 1 and 2 bedroom apartments set in rolling hills with mature trees, you get a beautiful newly renovated home with professional
1 Unit Available
2096 Quail Ct., Apt. #11
2096 Quail Court
Forest Park, OH | Forest Park
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$815
885 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
To take a virtual tour please click the link below! https://youtu.
1 Unit Available
2415 Maplewood Ave - 5
2415 Maplewood Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Mount Auburn
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,400
1300 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Beautifully, completely remodeled two bedroom. LEED certified for an eco friendly living space along with historically restored to the original look.
1 Unit Available
621 De Votie Avenue - 7
621 Devotie Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | The Heights
1 Bedroom
$595
500 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Location is 5 minutes from downtown, OTR, Clifton, UC / University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati State, and North Side. There is off-street parking, 24 video surveillance, and coin laundry on-site.
1 Unit Available
937 Philadelphia St
937 Philadelphia Street
Covington, KY | Mainstrasse
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
1890 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Available Immediately, 2020. Short term lease possible. You must see this newly renovated 3 bedroom 3 full bathroom home in Mainstrasse Village, the hottest neighborhood in Covington.
1 Unit Available
709 Garrard St - 4
709 Garrard Street
Covington, KY | Licking Riverside
1 Bedroom
$900
600 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Available Nov 20th, 2020 This updated apartment is located in the Licking River Historic District of Covington. This beautiful treelined street is just blocks from Covingtons booming downtown district and the Mainstrasse Village.
1 Unit Available
428 Chestnut - 3
428 Chestnut Street
Cincinnati, OH | West End
1 Bedroom
$1,100
800 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 12:09 PM
Available 11/20/2020 This apartment is located on a quiet tree lined street in Betts Longworh Historical District just blocks from OTR and Downtown Cincinnati.
1 Unit Available
422 South Miami Avenue
422 South Miami Avenue
Cleves, OH | North Bend
1 Bedroom
$650
Last updated November 29 at 10:56 AM
6 Available 01/01/21 Newly renovated 1 bedroom unit at Miami Ridge Apartments! New paint, floors, windows, lights, and many bathroom and kitchen updates. Private balcony. Pet friendly including dogs.
1 Unit Available
415 Southwind Ln
415 Southwind Lane
Ludlow, KY | Ludlow
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
1277 sqft
Last updated November 29 at 10:56 AM
Riversbreeze Condo- 2 bedroom 2 bath - Property Id: 430416 Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.com/p/415-southwind-ln-ludlow-ky/430416 Property Id 430416 No Pets Allowed (RLNE6257211)
1 Unit Available
328 EAST 9TH STREET 3
328 East Ninth Street
Newport, KY | Gateway
1 Bedroom
$825
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 29 at 10:56 AM
Unit 3 Available 12/07/20 328 E 9TH STREET, APT 3, NEWPORT, KY 41075 - Property Id: 164983 1 BEDROOM, 1.
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Apartment Rentals in Cheviot start at $550/month.
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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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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, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, and Union Institute & University.
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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, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, and Union Institute & 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
+

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.