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813 Apartments for rent in Dublin, OH

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Sawmill Commons Apartments
2555 Summer Dr
Dublin, OH | Olde Sawmill
1 Bedroom
$954
794 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,179
1159 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 03:31 PM
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8 Units Available
Scioto Ridge
5639 Scioto Crest Drive
Dublin, OH | Hayden Falls
1 Bedroom
$1,019
790 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,249
1102 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 02:41 PM
Designed to accentuate the magnificent views of the Scioto River and to provide all the modern amenities expected in an urban setting but with space to relax and stretch your legs. LUXURY. CONVENIENCE.
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25 Units Available
Olde Mill Lakes
2677 Collinford Dr
Dublin, OH | Olde Sawmill
1 Bedroom
$849
764 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$959
1158 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
Location is everything, so why compromise when it comes to your apartment? Located in Dublin, Olde Mill Lakes features one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments.
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12 Units Available
Perimeter Lakes Apartments
6146 Perimeter Lakes Dr
Dublin, OH
1 Bedroom
$925
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,155
1200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
Residents are treated to a clubhouse and fitness center in this community. Three lakes are on-site and community events are held frequently. Located adjacent to shopping, dining and Interstate 270 access.
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4 Units Available
Grafton Park
2980 Mark Andrew Dr.
Dublin, OH | Riverside
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,239
1030 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
Welcome to Grafton Park, a brand new community that offers a special blend of quality amenities and a lifestyle of convenience.
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10 Units Available
The Wendell
4761 Riggins Road
Dublin, OH | Tuttle West
1 Bedroom
$1,134
756 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,236
1438 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
Located near bike trails, as well as nightlife. On-site amenities include a heated pool and tanning bed, fitness classes and pool. Located in a wooded area. Billiards room available. Pet-friendly with a bark park.
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42 Units Available
Asherton of Dublin
5400 Asherton Blvd
Dublin, OH
1 Bedroom
$963
934 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,219
1465 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:31 PM
Community is luxurious and features golf course, pool and lakes with fishing. Units include state-of-the-art appliances, plenty of storage and more. Located just minutes from a slew of shopping and dining options.
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5 Units Available
The Residences at Sawmill Park
2765 Sawmill Park Dr
Dublin, OH | Riverside
1 Bedroom
$825
752 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$895
864 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:23 PM
Welcome to your new home at The Residences at Sawmill Park in Dublin, OH! The Residences at Sawmill Park invites you to start your new Dublin lifestyle.
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Dublin Park
5211 Sawmill Rd
Dublin, OH | Riverside
2 Bedrooms
$1,099
1300 sqft
Last updated September 17 at 09:05 PM
Come home to comfort and convenience at Dublin Park.
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6 Units Available
Turkey Run Village
219 Perth Drive
Dublin, OH
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,157
1030 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:34 PM
Turkey Run Village is proud to offer newly renovated townhome rentals in Dublin, Oh. Turkey Run is located in historic downtown Dublin near numerous shopping and dining destinations and just minutes from Bridge Park.
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Redwood Dublin
5464 Eagle River Dr
Dublin, OH | Tuttle West
2 Bedrooms
$1,683
1329 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:08 PM
These larger apartments offer an efficient design with two bathrooms, a den option, two-car attached garage, and large kitchen. Pet-friendly and smoke-free. No one above or next to you.
1 Unit Available
6524 Ballantrae Place
6524 Ballantrae Place
Dublin, OH
5 Bedrooms
$5,000
3364 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 6524 Ballantrae Place in Dublin. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
8795 Tayport Drive
8795 Tayport Drive
Dublin, OH | Muirfield Village
4 Bedrooms
$2,895
2984 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Great Muirfield executive home. Beautiful lot on quiet loop. Large.backyard with mature trees. Large patio for outdoor entertainment. Finished lower level features a second full kitchen and full bath. Great rental value.
1 Unit Available
5334 Tara Hill Drive
5334 Tara Hill Drive
Dublin, OH
4 Bedrooms
$2,300
1864 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Beautiful house in the heart of Dublin. Lots of updates.Scottish Corner elementary Sells Middleand Coffman High school/
1 Unit Available
6986 W Old Bridge Lane
6986 Old Bridge Ln E
Dublin, OH
1 Bedroom
$1,250
775 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Great 1 bedroom furnished condo - Bedroom with work desk attached, Great Room, Fireplace Eating area, 1 full bath. Detached garage is right across the parking lot.Super location with preserve land right behind.
1 Unit Available
5312 Aryshire Dr.
5312 Aryshire Drive
Dublin, OH | Muirfield Village
5 Bedrooms
$3,495
4 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 09:45 AM
Stunning Large Executive 4000 sqft (including finish basement) home with 5 bedrooms, 3.5 Bath, 2 car garage, located in Muirfield subdivisions with 1st floor and 2nd floor master suites, Whirlpool tub, 2 fireplaces.
1 Unit Available
7907 Avaleen Cir N
7907 Avaleen Circle North
Dublin, OH
4 Bedrooms
$2,475
2870 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Spacious 4 Bedroom Condo near Dublin downtown - Property Id: 198398 Located in the beautiful neighborhood of The Estates at Scioto Crossing in Dublin OH with Dublin City School, this large 2 story home with 2 car garage.
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2 Units Available
Wesbury Park
6667 Wesbury Park Ave
Columbus, OH | Don Scott
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,125
1053 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:07 PM
Welcome to your new home at Wesbury Park in Columbus, OH! Wesbury Park offers all the rewards and comforts of high-class living.
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3 Units Available
Sawbury Commons
2637 Sawbury Blvd
Columbus, OH | Foxboro
2 Bedrooms
$1,149
1080 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
Our prime location off Sawmill Road just north of 270, makes your commute, to anywhere, easy. Our community offers lots of green space for up to 2 of your fur babies. Classic and renovated apartments to fit any budget.
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4 Units Available
Greydon House
5284 Avery Road
Columbus, OH | Tuttle West
1 Bedroom
$1,025
675 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,260
1087 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
As a cozy community with unexpected amenities, residents love making Greydon House their home. The convenient Dublin location offers quick access to anything residents may need, all while offering everything they could want at home in the community.
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9 Units Available
The Orchard
5353 Wilcox Rd
Columbus, OH | Tuttle West
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,168
1182 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
Take a Virtual Tour Now!An Edwards CommunityLUXURY LIVING. THE WAY LIFE SHOULD BE.The Orchard, an Edwards Community is a luxury apartment and townhome community where you can enjoy the relaxing lifestyle you deserve.
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9 Units Available
Orleans
5199 Edwards Farms Rd
Columbus, OH | Dexter Falls
1 Bedroom
$903
625 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,370
1178 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
Take a Virtual Tour Now!An Edwards Community A rare find...
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6 Units Available
Strathmoor
5541 Bowland Pl
Columbus, OH | Tuttle
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,072
742 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,421
1187 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
Take a Virtual Tour Now!An Edwards CommunityLocated in the Tuttle Crossing area of Dublin, Ohio, Strathmoor Apartments & Townhomes, a new Edwards Community, features the area’s most unique living experience, combining upscale urban contemporary
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6 Units Available
The Charleston
5407 Edwards Plantation Dr
Columbus, OH | Dexter Falls
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,270
1208 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,833
1564 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
Take A Virtual Tour Today!An Edwards CommunityExperience an inviting sense of luxury at The Charleston Apartments & Townhomes, a pet-friendly community offering one, two and three bedroom apartments and townhomes.
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Apartment Rentals in Dublin start at $800/month.
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While some Dublin 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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While some Dublin 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 Dublin. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Columbus College of Art and Design, Franklin University, Ohio Dominican University, Ohio State University-Main Campus, and Mount Carmel College of Nursing.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Dublin. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Columbus College of Art and Design, Franklin University, Ohio Dominican University, Ohio State University-Main Campus, and Mount Carmel College of Nursing.

City Guide

Dublin
All you golf aficionados, Dublin is the city of your dreams! With numerous professional golf tournaments, and world-class golf courses, you will certainly find plenty to like in Dublin.
All you golf aficionados, Dublin is the city of your dreams! With numerous professional golf tournaments, and world-class golf courses, you will certainly find plenty to like in Dublin.

Spread out over three counties in central Ohio, Dublin is a hotbed of finance, headquarters to many large corporations, and a good place for those seeking to further their careers. As part one of the stops on golf’s PGA Tour, the Memorial Tournament is a draw for sport lovers in general, and golf lovers in particular. More than 41,760 people call this thriving suburb home, and why not. The weather is quite predictable, with a median high of 74.3°F in August, and a chilly median of 28.6 °F in February.

Moving to Dublin

Despite the obvious perks of telling people that you live in Dublin, all without having to fill out Irish visas and forms, the cost of living is also decent. It's below the national average, but not by much. While renting a place here won't break the bank, it's also not likely you'll score some huge amazing deal, either. The average rental price is almost twice the average for Ohio, and a little more than the national average. The benefits of living in this city will more than offset this potential cost increase.

Moving to Dublin
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Despite the obvious perks of telling people that you live in Dublin, all without having to fill out Irish visas and forms, the cost of living is also decent. It's below the national average, but not by much. While renting a place here won't break the bank, it's also not likely you'll score some huge amazing deal, either. The average rental price is almost twice the average for Ohio, and a little more than the national average. The benefits of living in this city will more than offset this potential cost increase.

Finding an Apartment

There are enough vacant apartments in Dublin to go around, so finding a roof over your head isn't the issue. To find a really good apartment in Dublin however, you must have a solid game plan to help you score that sweet pad. Here are a few tips to get you started.

To Use an Estate Agent or Not This is a purely personal decision that depends on factors like your resources, your confidence in your ability to find a place on your own, and whether you even have the time to search for an apartment. If you decide to utilize the services of a real estate agent, you will do well to have a list of your top requirements in an apartment. The list will most likely include a budget or price range, your preference in terms of amenities, and other little details peculiar to your taste. On the other hand, you can certainly search for rental housing in Dublin yourself through several means. Look online on reputable real estate sites for listed rental property in Dublin. Make phone calls to property managers to find out the requirements for renting an apartment.

Put in Some Legwork If you can manage it, you stand to gain a lot by hitting the streets of Dublin in search of hidden gems that may not be advertised online. Even if it is a place online, it never hurts to swing by after you hear about it. Some landlords simply put up a “for rent” sign and rely on word of mouth to fill up a vacant apartment. Who knows, you might find a really good apartment in this way. And chances are, it'll be one with a lot of character, too.

Requirements Put together an “apartment rental kit” to help facilitate your move, with a rental application form, letter or letters of reference, proof of income (usually your pay stub), and other essential items. Your landlord will also most likely conduct a credit check, in addition to asking for a security deposit, and, if you are accepted, your first month’s rent.

Finding an Apartment
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There are enough vacant apartments in Dublin to go around, so finding a roof over your head isn't the issue. To find a really good apartment in Dublin however, you must have a solid game plan to help you score that sweet pad. Here are a few tips to get you started.

To Use an Estate Agent or Not This is a purely personal decision that depends on factors like your resources, your confidence in your ability to find a place on your own, and whether you even have the time to search for an apartment. If you decide to utilize the services of a real estate agent, you will do well to have a list of your top requirements in an apartment. The list will most likely include a budget or price range, your preference in terms of amenities, and other little details peculiar to your taste. On the other hand, you can certainly search for rental housing in Dublin yourself through several means. Look online on reputable real estate sites for listed rental property in Dublin. Make phone calls to property managers to find out the requirements for renting an apartment.

Put in Some Legwork If you can manage it, you stand to gain a lot by hitting the streets of Dublin in search of hidden gems that may not be advertised online. Even if it is a place online, it never hurts to swing by after you hear about it. Some landlords simply put up a “for rent” sign and rely on word of mouth to fill up a vacant apartment. Who knows, you might find a really good apartment in this way. And chances are, it'll be one with a lot of character, too.

Requirements Put together an “apartment rental kit” to help facilitate your move, with a rental application form, letter or letters of reference, proof of income (usually your pay stub), and other essential items. Your landlord will also most likely conduct a credit check, in addition to asking for a security deposit, and, if you are accepted, your first month’s rent.

Dublin Neighborhoods

While not the most expensive in the country, Dublin rental property costs are quite high, and the particular neighborhood you chose to live in will undoubtedly affect how much you pay for renting an apartment. Using the $ symbol to represent the value, let's look at the prices in some Dublin neighborhoods.

Jerome: You won't find many apartments in this newer area of town. It's mostly larger homes and townhomes, but it's certainly a developing area and more sprawling apartment complexes are to be expected in the future. Its location on the north side of town may be a drawback for those who plan on commuting south into Columbus on a regular basis.

The Outerbelt to Hayden Run Rd: This large swath of area was the original town border. Today, many people flock to it for the riverfront area. It has more apartment complexes than other sections of town, and it's more densely packed which cuts down on commute time.

Scioto Village: North of the Outerbelt, Scioto Village is a more upscale and expensive neighborhood. If you own golf pants (and not ironically) and you've got the cash to plunk down on a rental here, this might just be your sweet spot. You've got world-class golf just down the road at Muirfield Village Golf Club, and the Outerbelt will take you into Columbus in no time.

Dublin Neighborhoods
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While not the most expensive in the country, Dublin rental property costs are quite high, and the particular neighborhood you chose to live in will undoubtedly affect how much you pay for renting an apartment. Using the $ symbol to represent the value, let's look at the prices in some Dublin neighborhoods.

Jerome: You won't find many apartments in this newer area of town. It's mostly larger homes and townhomes, but it's certainly a developing area and more sprawling apartment complexes are to be expected in the future. Its location on the north side of town may be a drawback for those who plan on commuting south into Columbus on a regular basis.

The Outerbelt to Hayden Run Rd: This large swath of area was the original town border. Today, many people flock to it for the riverfront area. It has more apartment complexes than other sections of town, and it's more densely packed which cuts down on commute time.

Scioto Village: North of the Outerbelt, Scioto Village is a more upscale and expensive neighborhood. If you own golf pants (and not ironically) and you've got the cash to plunk down on a rental here, this might just be your sweet spot. You've got world-class golf just down the road at Muirfield Village Golf Club, and the Outerbelt will take you into Columbus in no time.

Living in Dublin

Much like the stereotypical Irish, Dubliners like to work hard so that they can play hard. Several large corporations -- Nationwide, Verizon Wireless and Quest are just a few -- employee residents, while many more citizens drive into Columbus every day. This group of people like to spend their off-hours fishing, hiking, canoeing and biking the green grass of Ohio. In addition to these activities and the ever-present golf (seriously, even if you don't play, you may want to brush up on a few terms before you load up the U-Haul), are the annual events, like the St. Patrick Day Parade, and the Fourth of July Music Festival.

Living in Dublin
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Much like the stereotypical Irish, Dubliners like to work hard so that they can play hard. Several large corporations -- Nationwide, Verizon Wireless and Quest are just a few -- employee residents, while many more citizens drive into Columbus every day. This group of people like to spend their off-hours fishing, hiking, canoeing and biking the green grass of Ohio. In addition to these activities and the ever-present golf (seriously, even if you don't play, you may want to brush up on a few terms before you load up the U-Haul), are the annual events, like the St. Patrick Day Parade, and the Fourth of July Music Festival.

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City Guide

Dublin
All you golf aficionados, Dublin is the city of your dreams! With numerous professional golf tournaments, and world-class golf courses, you will certainly find plenty to like in Dublin.
All you golf aficionados, Dublin is the city of your dreams! With numerous professional golf tournaments, and world-class golf courses, you will certainly find plenty to like in Dublin.

Spread out over three counties in central Ohio, Dublin is a hotbed of finance, headquarters to many large corporations, and a good place for those seeking to further their careers. As part one of the stops on golf’s PGA Tour, the Memorial Tournament is a draw for sport lovers in general, and golf lovers in particular. More than 41,760 people call this thriving suburb home, and why not. The weather is quite predictable, with a median high of 74.3°F in August, and a chilly median of 28.6 °F in February.

Moving to Dublin

Despite the obvious perks of telling people that you live in Dublin, all without having to fill out Irish visas and forms, the cost of living is also decent. It's below the national average, but not by much. While renting a place here won't break the bank, it's also not likely you'll score some huge amazing deal, either. The average rental price is almost twice the average for Ohio, and a little more than the national average. The benefits of living in this city will more than offset this potential cost increase.

Moving to Dublin
+

Despite the obvious perks of telling people that you live in Dublin, all without having to fill out Irish visas and forms, the cost of living is also decent. It's below the national average, but not by much. While renting a place here won't break the bank, it's also not likely you'll score some huge amazing deal, either. The average rental price is almost twice the average for Ohio, and a little more than the national average. The benefits of living in this city will more than offset this potential cost increase.

Finding an Apartment

There are enough vacant apartments in Dublin to go around, so finding a roof over your head isn't the issue. To find a really good apartment in Dublin however, you must have a solid game plan to help you score that sweet pad. Here are a few tips to get you started.

To Use an Estate Agent or Not This is a purely personal decision that depends on factors like your resources, your confidence in your ability to find a place on your own, and whether you even have the time to search for an apartment. If you decide to utilize the services of a real estate agent, you will do well to have a list of your top requirements in an apartment. The list will most likely include a budget or price range, your preference in terms of amenities, and other little details peculiar to your taste. On the other hand, you can certainly search for rental housing in Dublin yourself through several means. Look online on reputable real estate sites for listed rental property in Dublin. Make phone calls to property managers to find out the requirements for renting an apartment.

Put in Some Legwork If you can manage it, you stand to gain a lot by hitting the streets of Dublin in search of hidden gems that may not be advertised online. Even if it is a place online, it never hurts to swing by after you hear about it. Some landlords simply put up a “for rent” sign and rely on word of mouth to fill up a vacant apartment. Who knows, you might find a really good apartment in this way. And chances are, it'll be one with a lot of character, too.

Requirements Put together an “apartment rental kit” to help facilitate your move, with a rental application form, letter or letters of reference, proof of income (usually your pay stub), and other essential items. Your landlord will also most likely conduct a credit check, in addition to asking for a security deposit, and, if you are accepted, your first month’s rent.

Finding an Apartment
+

There are enough vacant apartments in Dublin to go around, so finding a roof over your head isn't the issue. To find a really good apartment in Dublin however, you must have a solid game plan to help you score that sweet pad. Here are a few tips to get you started.

To Use an Estate Agent or Not This is a purely personal decision that depends on factors like your resources, your confidence in your ability to find a place on your own, and whether you even have the time to search for an apartment. If you decide to utilize the services of a real estate agent, you will do well to have a list of your top requirements in an apartment. The list will most likely include a budget or price range, your preference in terms of amenities, and other little details peculiar to your taste. On the other hand, you can certainly search for rental housing in Dublin yourself through several means. Look online on reputable real estate sites for listed rental property in Dublin. Make phone calls to property managers to find out the requirements for renting an apartment.

Put in Some Legwork If you can manage it, you stand to gain a lot by hitting the streets of Dublin in search of hidden gems that may not be advertised online. Even if it is a place online, it never hurts to swing by after you hear about it. Some landlords simply put up a “for rent” sign and rely on word of mouth to fill up a vacant apartment. Who knows, you might find a really good apartment in this way. And chances are, it'll be one with a lot of character, too.

Requirements Put together an “apartment rental kit” to help facilitate your move, with a rental application form, letter or letters of reference, proof of income (usually your pay stub), and other essential items. Your landlord will also most likely conduct a credit check, in addition to asking for a security deposit, and, if you are accepted, your first month’s rent.

Dublin Neighborhoods

While not the most expensive in the country, Dublin rental property costs are quite high, and the particular neighborhood you chose to live in will undoubtedly affect how much you pay for renting an apartment. Using the $ symbol to represent the value, let's look at the prices in some Dublin neighborhoods.

Jerome: You won't find many apartments in this newer area of town. It's mostly larger homes and townhomes, but it's certainly a developing area and more sprawling apartment complexes are to be expected in the future. Its location on the north side of town may be a drawback for those who plan on commuting south into Columbus on a regular basis.

The Outerbelt to Hayden Run Rd: This large swath of area was the original town border. Today, many people flock to it for the riverfront area. It has more apartment complexes than other sections of town, and it's more densely packed which cuts down on commute time.

Scioto Village: North of the Outerbelt, Scioto Village is a more upscale and expensive neighborhood. If you own golf pants (and not ironically) and you've got the cash to plunk down on a rental here, this might just be your sweet spot. You've got world-class golf just down the road at Muirfield Village Golf Club, and the Outerbelt will take you into Columbus in no time.

Dublin Neighborhoods
+

While not the most expensive in the country, Dublin rental property costs are quite high, and the particular neighborhood you chose to live in will undoubtedly affect how much you pay for renting an apartment. Using the $ symbol to represent the value, let's look at the prices in some Dublin neighborhoods.

Jerome: You won't find many apartments in this newer area of town. It's mostly larger homes and townhomes, but it's certainly a developing area and more sprawling apartment complexes are to be expected in the future. Its location on the north side of town may be a drawback for those who plan on commuting south into Columbus on a regular basis.

The Outerbelt to Hayden Run Rd: This large swath of area was the original town border. Today, many people flock to it for the riverfront area. It has more apartment complexes than other sections of town, and it's more densely packed which cuts down on commute time.

Scioto Village: North of the Outerbelt, Scioto Village is a more upscale and expensive neighborhood. If you own golf pants (and not ironically) and you've got the cash to plunk down on a rental here, this might just be your sweet spot. You've got world-class golf just down the road at Muirfield Village Golf Club, and the Outerbelt will take you into Columbus in no time.

Living in Dublin

Much like the stereotypical Irish, Dubliners like to work hard so that they can play hard. Several large corporations -- Nationwide, Verizon Wireless and Quest are just a few -- employee residents, while many more citizens drive into Columbus every day. This group of people like to spend their off-hours fishing, hiking, canoeing and biking the green grass of Ohio. In addition to these activities and the ever-present golf (seriously, even if you don't play, you may want to brush up on a few terms before you load up the U-Haul), are the annual events, like the St. Patrick Day Parade, and the Fourth of July Music Festival.

Living in Dublin
+

Much like the stereotypical Irish, Dubliners like to work hard so that they can play hard. Several large corporations -- Nationwide, Verizon Wireless and Quest are just a few -- employee residents, while many more citizens drive into Columbus every day. This group of people like to spend their off-hours fishing, hiking, canoeing and biking the green grass of Ohio. In addition to these activities and the ever-present golf (seriously, even if you don't play, you may want to brush up on a few terms before you load up the U-Haul), are the annual events, like the St. Patrick Day Parade, and the Fourth of July Music Festival.