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6714 Harrison Ave. # 8
6714 Harrison Avenue
Dent, OH | Dent
1 Bedroom
$740
700 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:49 AM
NEW NEW NEW Newly renovated unit. New Carpet, New cabinets, new dishwasher and updated appliances. Enjoy this brand new unit at Green Valley Apartments in Green Twp. This is a large one bedroom.
1 Unit Available
6710 Harrison Ave. # 10
6710 Harrison Ave
Dent, OH | Dent
2 Bedrooms
$840
950 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:49 AM
Spacious 2 bedroom apartment in centrally located to all of Harrison Ave. Shopping!! Oak Hills Schools!! Near New Medical Center and Hospital. Easy access to 74 and all major employment centers and universities. We are a pet friendly building.
1 Unit Available
6782 Harrison Avenue
6782 Harrison Avenue
Dent, OH | Dent
2 Bedrooms
$900
840 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 07:12 AM
Updated 2 bed, 1.5 bath, second floor condo. Bright and open. Well equipped kitchen with counter bar. Master BR with walk-in closet. Balcony overlooks woods. Easy access to highway, Downtown, shopping, dining and entertainment. 1 year lease required.
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1 Unit Available
6835 Taylor Road
6835 Taylor Road
Mack, OH | Mack North
4 Bedrooms
$1,295
1270 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:44 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
5568 Raceview Avenue,
5568 Raceview Avenue
Bridgetown, OH | Bridgetown North
4 Bedrooms
$1,495
2534 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 02:28 PM
5568 Raceview Avenue, Available 12/18/20 5568 Raceview Ave 4BR/2BA (Cincinnati) - **Coming Soon** Apply today for our lovely 4BR/2BA home for rent in Cincinnati, Ohio.
1 Unit Available
7601 Sheed Rd
7601 Sheed Road
White Oak, OH | White Oak
5 Bedrooms
$4,800
Last updated November 30 at 02:28 PM
Awesome Opportunity to make this 8368 square foot Luxury Home yours without needing a bank. This home is being offered for Lease Purchase with Owner Financing. This property is situated on 4 acres just 20 minutes from Downtown Cincinnati.
1 Unit Available
7240 Creekview Drive
7240 Creekview Drive
Taylor Creek, OH
2 Bedrooms
$900
880 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 07:12 AM
3rd floor unit with vaulted ceiling. Recent upgrades include granite counters, bathrooms and flooring. Equipped kitchen, in-unit laundry option, walkin closet, and balcony.
1 Unit Available
7217 Creekview Drive
7217 Creekview Drive
Taylor Creek, OH
2 Bedrooms
$900
880 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 07:12 AM
Move-in ready 1st floor unit with 2 beds, 1.5 baths, master has walk-in closet, and well-equipped kitchen. Community pool, wooded views, and convenient to shopping, dining, entertainment and expressways.
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16 Units Available
Aspen Village
2703 Erlene Dr
Cincinnati, OH | Westwood
1 Bedroom
$595
563 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$690
757 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:54 AM
Comfortable apartments in a complex surrounded by nature, yet close to downtown Cincinnati. Residents have access to a swimming pool, fitness center and 24-hour maintenance service.
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17 Units Available
Montana Valley Apartments
2678 Montana Ave
Cincinnati, OH | Westwood
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$835
903 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,145
1310 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:54 AM
Pet-friendly apartments with fireplaces, exposed brick walls and plenty of storage space. Pool and playground in complex. These apartments are situated next to the Mt. Airy Forest. Nearby Western Hills Plaza offers convenient shopping.
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4 Units Available
Lisa Ridge
2496 Queen City Ave
Cincinnati, OH | Westwood
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$725
705 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:54 AM
Experience contemporary Cincinnati living in this downtown apartment block. Sparkling swimming pool, controlled entry doors and 24-hour emergency maintenance. Units have window coverings and walk-in closets. Close to Interstate 75.
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2 Units Available
The Apex
5323 E Knoll Court Apt. 102
Cincinnati, OH | Mount Airy
1 Bedroom
$765
635 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 1 at 03:27 AM
Looking for superb apartment home living in Cincinnati, Ohio? You have found it at The Apex Apartments. Nestled in a residential setting in the hills of Mt. Airy, this is the perfect place to call home. Residents enjoy having easy access to Mt.
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Montana Ridge Apartments
2660 Montana Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Westwood
2 Bedrooms
$720
Last updated December 1 at 02:24 AM
Montana Ridge Apartments are located in Westwood and offer convenient access to the interstate, shopping, restaurants and parks.
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Arbor at Montana
2425 Montana Ave
Cincinnati, OH | Westwood
1 Bedroom
$595
2 Bedrooms
$695
Last updated December 1 at 02:22 AM
Our secluded location provides a quite home life yet just minutes away from I-74. Stop by our community to see Arbor at Montana.
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1 Unit Available
Dina Terrace
3801 Dina Ter
Cheviot, OH | Cheviot
2 Bedrooms
$709
775 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 12:22 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Dina Terrace in Cheviot. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
4790 Clevesdale Drive - 3
4790 Clevesdale Drive
Cincinnati, OH | West Price Hill
1 Bedroom
$550
730 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:49 AM
4790 #3 Clevesdale is a one bedroom, one bathroom unit at $550.00 per month. Total unit size is 730 square feet. It has a secured building entry. Window air units. Eat-in kitchen. Laundry room in the building. Garage parking available.
1 Unit Available
3425 Gamble Avenue - 1
3425 Gamble Avenue
Cheviot, OH | Cheviot
1 Bedroom
$550
580 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:49 AM
Charming 1 bedroom basement apartment in Cheviot. This apartment features a galley kitchen with refrigerator, oven/range, tons of closet space, and A/C window unit. This apartment also has access to a laundry room and off street parking.
1 Unit Available
3246 Gobel Avenue - 2
3246 Gobel Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Westwood
2 Bedrooms
$775
800 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:49 AM
Large, 2 Bedroom Apartment, Big updated kitchen, separate dining room. No Pets. Owner accepts all Assistance Programs. Owner pays water and trash. Security Deposit same as 1 month's rent. Call for a Showing.
1 Unit Available
6232 Cheviot Rd., Apt. #1
6232 Cheviot Road
White Oak, OH | White Oak East
2 Bedrooms
$885
850 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:49 AM
SNS Management is proud to present the Village Square Apartments! You will enjoy our newly upgraded units, featuring fresh paint, new wood-look vinyl flooring and carpet, fully upgraded kitchen, stainless steel appliances, and full master bathroom
1 Unit Available
3093 Mchenry Ave - 4
3093 Mchenry Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Westwood
2 Bedrooms
$675
800 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:49 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 3093 Mchenry Ave - 4 in Cincinnati. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
6220 Cheviot Rd., Apt. #6
6220 Cheviot Road
White Oak, OH | White Oak East
2 Bedrooms
$895
850 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:49 AM
SNS Management is proud to present the Village Square Apartments! You will enjoy our newly upgraded units, featuring fresh paint, new wood-look vinyl flooring and carpet, fully upgraded kitchen, stainless steel appliances, and full master bathroom
1 Unit Available
3277 Brater Avenue
3277 Brater Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Westwood
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
1726 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:44 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
9500 Amarillo Court
9500 Amarillo Court
Northbrook, OH | Northbrook
3 Bedrooms
$895
960 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 04:44 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
3000 Veazey Ave 1
3000 Veazey Avenue
Cincinnati, OH | Westwood
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
825 sqft
Last updated November 30 at 02:29 PM
Unit 1 Available 12/01/20 Luxury 2 bedroom Apt- This will go fast! - Property Id: 434730 Very nice 2 bedroom / 1 bath on a quiet street.
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How much is rent in Dent?
Apartment Rentals in Dent start at $700/month.
How much is rent in Dent?
Apartment Rentals in Dent start at $700/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Dent?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Dent apartments that allow pets.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Dent apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Dent 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 Dent 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 Dent. 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 Dent?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Dent. 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

Dent
Challengeville was the original name of what is now known as Dent, Ohio. It was named after the local minister, Reverend J Challenge.
Challengeville was the original name of what is now known as Dent, Ohio. It was named after the local minister, Reverend J Challenge.

Dent, located in Cincinnati, Ohio, is home to 10,000 inhabitants. Of these, about three-quarters are owner-occupiers. This leaves just a quarter of the population in rental and leasing. The average commute time in Dent is 25 minutes. Dent, with a population density of 1746, is one of the most vibrant suburban areas in Ohio. The area features a remarkably even population distribution even compared to other areas.

Moving to Dent

Despite the high rate of home ownership in Dent, most other regions of Cincinnati have higher ratios of owner-occupiers. This makes Dent a rather safe bet for finding a house on the market. The weather tends to be very pleasant, even though summer temperatures do not skyrocket. The average high temperatures remain relatively low, but very pleasant. There is seldom any incidence of extreme rainfall or storms. It gets rather rainy in May of every year, but that is the highest the rainfall gets the whole year round. The highest amounts of snow recorded average about 3.4 inches. It is, however, rarely extremely snowy.

Owing to the general state of housing in Cincinnati, Dent remains the most pleasurable place to live in because one can secure housing. It is a pleasant neighborhood. However, it gets rather snowy in February, so if you plan to move in the beginning of the year, it is advisable to prepare adequately for the snow. Most of the roads remain passable even in the worst cases of snow, but caution is highly advised. For those who prefer purchasing property to rentals, there exists a thriving market in Dent. The population shifts have given rise to a number of select properties in the market up for sale, exclusively. This would be a great pick because residents seldom leave Dent; it is a tasteful and welcoming place.

Rental property

In all fairness, rental property constitutes a rather small sector of the real estate. However, recent trends in the housing market after the credit crunch faded away have breathed new life into the property rentals. While it was hardly possible to secure even a duplex for rent four years ago, houses are coming up.

Apartments

One may enlist the help of apartment locator to secure rental property in Dent. However, it is not a large area, and this should not prove difficult to scout. For those who prefer to secure apartments with paid utilities, it is advisable to enlist a locator.

Alternatives

For those whose tastes do not necessarily encompass an all bills paid apartments, one my find great 1 bedroom apartments in the fringes of the suburbs that have great views and serene surroundings. For those whose preference of privacy and serenity supersedes all other conditions, one may opt for an affordable duplex for rent.

Moving to Dent
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Despite the high rate of home ownership in Dent, most other regions of Cincinnati have higher ratios of owner-occupiers. This makes Dent a rather safe bet for finding a house on the market. The weather tends to be very pleasant, even though summer temperatures do not skyrocket. The average high temperatures remain relatively low, but very pleasant. There is seldom any incidence of extreme rainfall or storms. It gets rather rainy in May of every year, but that is the highest the rainfall gets the whole year round. The highest amounts of snow recorded average about 3.4 inches. It is, however, rarely extremely snowy.

Owing to the general state of housing in Cincinnati, Dent remains the most pleasurable place to live in because one can secure housing. It is a pleasant neighborhood. However, it gets rather snowy in February, so if you plan to move in the beginning of the year, it is advisable to prepare adequately for the snow. Most of the roads remain passable even in the worst cases of snow, but caution is highly advised. For those who prefer purchasing property to rentals, there exists a thriving market in Dent. The population shifts have given rise to a number of select properties in the market up for sale, exclusively. This would be a great pick because residents seldom leave Dent; it is a tasteful and welcoming place.

Rental property

In all fairness, rental property constitutes a rather small sector of the real estate. However, recent trends in the housing market after the credit crunch faded away have breathed new life into the property rentals. While it was hardly possible to secure even a duplex for rent four years ago, houses are coming up.

Apartments

One may enlist the help of apartment locator to secure rental property in Dent. However, it is not a large area, and this should not prove difficult to scout. For those who prefer to secure apartments with paid utilities, it is advisable to enlist a locator.

Alternatives

For those whose tastes do not necessarily encompass an all bills paid apartments, one my find great 1 bedroom apartments in the fringes of the suburbs that have great views and serene surroundings. For those whose preference of privacy and serenity supersedes all other conditions, one may opt for an affordable duplex for rent.

Neighborhoods

Before you move to a new town, it's important to do research about the neighborhoods there. After all, you don't want to live in a great apartment, but not a great area! Check out the list below to find out a bit more about the areas in Dent, and it can save you a lot of time and energy in the long run.

Dent: The city center of Dent has lots of great attractions. It's a great spot for dining, as well as shopping. It's definitely not the best place for quiet residential suburban living. Some of the best spots in the area for eating include Skyline Chili, El Rancho Grande, and Sakura Steakhouse.

Bridge Point: This is an immaculately serene neighborhood with a rural appeal. Most of the residents are owner-occupiers and the average commute time is 20 minutes. Housing in the area is slightly north of average on both pricing and quality.

Cedar Ridge: This neighborhood of 430 residents has a suburban appeal somewhat similar to dent. It has the same average commute times. However, most of the housing in this neighborhood is much more recent than in Dent.

Autumn Oak Ridge: One of the most exquisite rural locations in Cincinnati, this neighborhood of under 300 people has the lowest population density in the entire region. It has an average commute time of 20 minutes and a well distributed population.

Russell Heights: This neighborhood of only 79 inhabitants has one of the best housing deals in the market. An eclectic, suburban area, it has some of the most tasteful cultures in Cincinnati. The area features average commute times of 25 minutes.

Neighborhoods
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Before you move to a new town, it's important to do research about the neighborhoods there. After all, you don't want to live in a great apartment, but not a great area! Check out the list below to find out a bit more about the areas in Dent, and it can save you a lot of time and energy in the long run.

Dent: The city center of Dent has lots of great attractions. It's a great spot for dining, as well as shopping. It's definitely not the best place for quiet residential suburban living. Some of the best spots in the area for eating include Skyline Chili, El Rancho Grande, and Sakura Steakhouse.

Bridge Point: This is an immaculately serene neighborhood with a rural appeal. Most of the residents are owner-occupiers and the average commute time is 20 minutes. Housing in the area is slightly north of average on both pricing and quality.

Cedar Ridge: This neighborhood of 430 residents has a suburban appeal somewhat similar to dent. It has the same average commute times. However, most of the housing in this neighborhood is much more recent than in Dent.

Autumn Oak Ridge: One of the most exquisite rural locations in Cincinnati, this neighborhood of under 300 people has the lowest population density in the entire region. It has an average commute time of 20 minutes and a well distributed population.

Russell Heights: This neighborhood of only 79 inhabitants has one of the best housing deals in the market. An eclectic, suburban area, it has some of the most tasteful cultures in Cincinnati. The area features average commute times of 25 minutes.

Living in Dent

The public transport is bespoke, and many people reliably use it instead of driving around. The balanced nature of the area is such that it is not dominated by any occupation class. This makes it a very attractive place to dwell in for those who wish to blend into the community without the trappings of occupational definition.

Dent also has attractive sights and this contributes to its suitability. Some of the best spots to visit include Mount Airy Forest and Veterans Park, particularly if you like spending time outside! The appeal of the neighborhood attracts a robust property market. However, as a result, some areas of Dent feature higher than state average rates of mortgage. This should not be a cause of vexation, because the area has ample housing of all price ranges. This widens chances of securing dwelling in the neighborhood.

The average cost of living in Dent trails that of the average national data by about four points in food, utilities, and miscellaneous expenses. Dent has been ranked second among the most popular cities for holiday making. In addition, it has lower income taxes than the rest of the country in average rankings. Dent is undoubtedly one of the most pleasant places to live.

Living in Dent
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The public transport is bespoke, and many people reliably use it instead of driving around. The balanced nature of the area is such that it is not dominated by any occupation class. This makes it a very attractive place to dwell in for those who wish to blend into the community without the trappings of occupational definition.

Dent also has attractive sights and this contributes to its suitability. Some of the best spots to visit include Mount Airy Forest and Veterans Park, particularly if you like spending time outside! The appeal of the neighborhood attracts a robust property market. However, as a result, some areas of Dent feature higher than state average rates of mortgage. This should not be a cause of vexation, because the area has ample housing of all price ranges. This widens chances of securing dwelling in the neighborhood.

The average cost of living in Dent trails that of the average national data by about four points in food, utilities, and miscellaneous expenses. Dent has been ranked second among the most popular cities for holiday making. In addition, it has lower income taxes than the rest of the country in average rankings. Dent is undoubtedly one of the most pleasant places to live.

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City Guide

Dent
Challengeville was the original name of what is now known as Dent, Ohio. It was named after the local minister, Reverend J Challenge.
Challengeville was the original name of what is now known as Dent, Ohio. It was named after the local minister, Reverend J Challenge.

Dent, located in Cincinnati, Ohio, is home to 10,000 inhabitants. Of these, about three-quarters are owner-occupiers. This leaves just a quarter of the population in rental and leasing. The average commute time in Dent is 25 minutes. Dent, with a population density of 1746, is one of the most vibrant suburban areas in Ohio. The area features a remarkably even population distribution even compared to other areas.

Moving to Dent

Despite the high rate of home ownership in Dent, most other regions of Cincinnati have higher ratios of owner-occupiers. This makes Dent a rather safe bet for finding a house on the market. The weather tends to be very pleasant, even though summer temperatures do not skyrocket. The average high temperatures remain relatively low, but very pleasant. There is seldom any incidence of extreme rainfall or storms. It gets rather rainy in May of every year, but that is the highest the rainfall gets the whole year round. The highest amounts of snow recorded average about 3.4 inches. It is, however, rarely extremely snowy.

Owing to the general state of housing in Cincinnati, Dent remains the most pleasurable place to live in because one can secure housing. It is a pleasant neighborhood. However, it gets rather snowy in February, so if you plan to move in the beginning of the year, it is advisable to prepare adequately for the snow. Most of the roads remain passable even in the worst cases of snow, but caution is highly advised. For those who prefer purchasing property to rentals, there exists a thriving market in Dent. The population shifts have given rise to a number of select properties in the market up for sale, exclusively. This would be a great pick because residents seldom leave Dent; it is a tasteful and welcoming place.

Rental property

In all fairness, rental property constitutes a rather small sector of the real estate. However, recent trends in the housing market after the credit crunch faded away have breathed new life into the property rentals. While it was hardly possible to secure even a duplex for rent four years ago, houses are coming up.

Apartments

One may enlist the help of apartment locator to secure rental property in Dent. However, it is not a large area, and this should not prove difficult to scout. For those who prefer to secure apartments with paid utilities, it is advisable to enlist a locator.

Alternatives

For those whose tastes do not necessarily encompass an all bills paid apartments, one my find great 1 bedroom apartments in the fringes of the suburbs that have great views and serene surroundings. For those whose preference of privacy and serenity supersedes all other conditions, one may opt for an affordable duplex for rent.

Moving to Dent
+

Despite the high rate of home ownership in Dent, most other regions of Cincinnati have higher ratios of owner-occupiers. This makes Dent a rather safe bet for finding a house on the market. The weather tends to be very pleasant, even though summer temperatures do not skyrocket. The average high temperatures remain relatively low, but very pleasant. There is seldom any incidence of extreme rainfall or storms. It gets rather rainy in May of every year, but that is the highest the rainfall gets the whole year round. The highest amounts of snow recorded average about 3.4 inches. It is, however, rarely extremely snowy.

Owing to the general state of housing in Cincinnati, Dent remains the most pleasurable place to live in because one can secure housing. It is a pleasant neighborhood. However, it gets rather snowy in February, so if you plan to move in the beginning of the year, it is advisable to prepare adequately for the snow. Most of the roads remain passable even in the worst cases of snow, but caution is highly advised. For those who prefer purchasing property to rentals, there exists a thriving market in Dent. The population shifts have given rise to a number of select properties in the market up for sale, exclusively. This would be a great pick because residents seldom leave Dent; it is a tasteful and welcoming place.

Rental property

In all fairness, rental property constitutes a rather small sector of the real estate. However, recent trends in the housing market after the credit crunch faded away have breathed new life into the property rentals. While it was hardly possible to secure even a duplex for rent four years ago, houses are coming up.

Apartments

One may enlist the help of apartment locator to secure rental property in Dent. However, it is not a large area, and this should not prove difficult to scout. For those who prefer to secure apartments with paid utilities, it is advisable to enlist a locator.

Alternatives

For those whose tastes do not necessarily encompass an all bills paid apartments, one my find great 1 bedroom apartments in the fringes of the suburbs that have great views and serene surroundings. For those whose preference of privacy and serenity supersedes all other conditions, one may opt for an affordable duplex for rent.

Neighborhoods

Before you move to a new town, it's important to do research about the neighborhoods there. After all, you don't want to live in a great apartment, but not a great area! Check out the list below to find out a bit more about the areas in Dent, and it can save you a lot of time and energy in the long run.

Dent: The city center of Dent has lots of great attractions. It's a great spot for dining, as well as shopping. It's definitely not the best place for quiet residential suburban living. Some of the best spots in the area for eating include Skyline Chili, El Rancho Grande, and Sakura Steakhouse.

Bridge Point: This is an immaculately serene neighborhood with a rural appeal. Most of the residents are owner-occupiers and the average commute time is 20 minutes. Housing in the area is slightly north of average on both pricing and quality.

Cedar Ridge: This neighborhood of 430 residents has a suburban appeal somewhat similar to dent. It has the same average commute times. However, most of the housing in this neighborhood is much more recent than in Dent.

Autumn Oak Ridge: One of the most exquisite rural locations in Cincinnati, this neighborhood of under 300 people has the lowest population density in the entire region. It has an average commute time of 20 minutes and a well distributed population.

Russell Heights: This neighborhood of only 79 inhabitants has one of the best housing deals in the market. An eclectic, suburban area, it has some of the most tasteful cultures in Cincinnati. The area features average commute times of 25 minutes.

Neighborhoods
+

Before you move to a new town, it's important to do research about the neighborhoods there. After all, you don't want to live in a great apartment, but not a great area! Check out the list below to find out a bit more about the areas in Dent, and it can save you a lot of time and energy in the long run.

Dent: The city center of Dent has lots of great attractions. It's a great spot for dining, as well as shopping. It's definitely not the best place for quiet residential suburban living. Some of the best spots in the area for eating include Skyline Chili, El Rancho Grande, and Sakura Steakhouse.

Bridge Point: This is an immaculately serene neighborhood with a rural appeal. Most of the residents are owner-occupiers and the average commute time is 20 minutes. Housing in the area is slightly north of average on both pricing and quality.

Cedar Ridge: This neighborhood of 430 residents has a suburban appeal somewhat similar to dent. It has the same average commute times. However, most of the housing in this neighborhood is much more recent than in Dent.

Autumn Oak Ridge: One of the most exquisite rural locations in Cincinnati, this neighborhood of under 300 people has the lowest population density in the entire region. It has an average commute time of 20 minutes and a well distributed population.

Russell Heights: This neighborhood of only 79 inhabitants has one of the best housing deals in the market. An eclectic, suburban area, it has some of the most tasteful cultures in Cincinnati. The area features average commute times of 25 minutes.

Living in Dent

The public transport is bespoke, and many people reliably use it instead of driving around. The balanced nature of the area is such that it is not dominated by any occupation class. This makes it a very attractive place to dwell in for those who wish to blend into the community without the trappings of occupational definition.

Dent also has attractive sights and this contributes to its suitability. Some of the best spots to visit include Mount Airy Forest and Veterans Park, particularly if you like spending time outside! The appeal of the neighborhood attracts a robust property market. However, as a result, some areas of Dent feature higher than state average rates of mortgage. This should not be a cause of vexation, because the area has ample housing of all price ranges. This widens chances of securing dwelling in the neighborhood.

The average cost of living in Dent trails that of the average national data by about four points in food, utilities, and miscellaneous expenses. Dent has been ranked second among the most popular cities for holiday making. In addition, it has lower income taxes than the rest of the country in average rankings. Dent is undoubtedly one of the most pleasant places to live.

Living in Dent
+

The public transport is bespoke, and many people reliably use it instead of driving around. The balanced nature of the area is such that it is not dominated by any occupation class. This makes it a very attractive place to dwell in for those who wish to blend into the community without the trappings of occupational definition.

Dent also has attractive sights and this contributes to its suitability. Some of the best spots to visit include Mount Airy Forest and Veterans Park, particularly if you like spending time outside! The appeal of the neighborhood attracts a robust property market. However, as a result, some areas of Dent feature higher than state average rates of mortgage. This should not be a cause of vexation, because the area has ample housing of all price ranges. This widens chances of securing dwelling in the neighborhood.

The average cost of living in Dent trails that of the average national data by about four points in food, utilities, and miscellaneous expenses. Dent has been ranked second among the most popular cities for holiday making. In addition, it has lower income taxes than the rest of the country in average rankings. Dent is undoubtedly one of the most pleasant places to live.