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City Guide
Lancaster

Inexpensive apartments are practically falling out of the skies in Lancaster, with one-bedroom rentals readily available in the $500 - $600 range, and a few luxurious, family-style units priced closer to $800. Pet-friendly (including dogs allowed) rentals in Lancaster are easy to come by, too, and even the most modestly priced apartments usually come equipped with super-sweet amenities, such as private decks, laundry facilities, swimming pools, gyms, and so on. In other words, even though you won’t have to pay an arm and a leg for your Lancaster, Ohio dream apartment, you can still look forward to enjoying some high quality perks!

Even though there are a few newer apartment complexes in the city, most Lancaster housing units are on the older side (only about 7 percent of all residential buildings sprouted up after 1995). Obviously, older apartments can sometimes have some warts, so be sure to give your new place a solid inspection before moving in to make sure everything is up to par.

The more modern, family-oriented areas (Carroll, Colfax, Sugar Grove, Hamburg) are situated in the suburban outskirts.

After you’ve settled into your fancy new Lancaster, Ohio apartment and you’re ready to paint the town red, you can look forward to exploring a variety of cultural attractions and entertainment options. If you’re in the highbrow kind of mood, you can visit one of the museums or art centers that dot the city streets. Feeling a bit daring? How about testing your rock climbing skills and trying to ascend the 250-foot sandstone bluff of Mount Pleasant? Other attractions include a children’s museum, a variety of parks and trails, and three National Historic Districts.

Sound like your cup of tea? Of course it does! So start clicking away for your dream dwellings, and happy hunting!