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7 Apartments for rent in Marysville, OH

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Bridgewater
341 Riverwind Dr
Marysville, OH
2 Bedrooms
$904
906 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 03:46 PM
Bridgewater Apartments are located just outside the heart of Marysville, combining the peacefulness of the countryside with the convenience of big town commerce centers.
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Redwood Marysville
775 Watermill Pl
Marysville, OH
2 Bedrooms
$1,404
1418 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:54 AM
Redwood™ Marysville is where you’ll find the single-story apartment you've been looking for. Live in a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, pet-friendly home with an attached garage.
1 Unit Available
244 West 7th Street
244 West 7th Street
Marysville, OH
2 Bedrooms
$950
1300 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 07:05 AM
Check out this updated home located within the heart of Marysville's historical uptown district. This home's open and spacious floor-plan of 1,300 sq. ft. is perfect for entertaining.
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1 Unit Available
7403 Dublin Road
7403 Dublin Road
Delaware County, OH
3 Bedrooms
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5 Bedrooms
$1,500
2254 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:57 PM
Enjoy living in the country, in this sentry home. This home was remodel in the 1986 when moved to this location. Kitchen with custom wood cabinets and stainless steel counters.
1 Unit Available
6986 W Old Bridge Lane
6986 Old Bridge Ln E
Dublin, OH
1 Bedroom
$1,499
775 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:57 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
10256 Jerome Road
10256 Jerome Road
Union County, OH
3 Bedrooms
$3,495
2972 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:57 PM
Awesome custom ''3 Pillars'' 2008 built executive home in the village of Jerome. Dublin Schools. Large 0.86 acre lot next to Jerome park.
1 Unit Available
10155 Jerome
10155 Jerome Road
Union County, OH
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1530 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
10155 Jerome Available 06/01/20 Dublin City Schools - Lots of space, great view, Large deck, Very Large garage, (RLNE2620583)
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How much is rent in Marysville?
In Marysville, the median rent is $561 for a studio, $663 for a 1-bedroom, $855 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,100 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Marysville, check out our monthly Marysville Rent Report.
How much is rent in Marysville?
In Marysville, the median rent is $561 for a studio, $663 for a 1-bedroom, $855 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,100 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Marysville, check out our monthly Marysville Rent Report.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Marysville?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Marysville?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Marysville 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 Marysville 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 much should I pay for rent in Marysville?
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How can I find off-campus housing in Marysville?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Marysville. 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 Ohio Wesleyan University.
How can I find off-campus housing in Marysville?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Marysville. 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 Ohio Wesleyan University.

Median Rent in Marysville

Last updated Jul. 2015
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Marysville is $663, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $855.
Studio
$561
1 Bed
$663
2 Beds
$855
3+ Beds
$1,100

City Guide

Marysville
Marysville, OH has a rich history full of industrial success. The city was named the best in Ohio for job seekers in a report by financial advice company Nerdwallet. Dust off your resume, and let's get to work.
Marysville, OH has a rich history full of industrial success. The city was named the best in Ohio for job seekers in a report by financial advice company Nerdwallet. Dust off your resume, and let's get to work.

Marysville is the county seat of Union County and is included in the bustling Columbus metropolitan statistical area. A growing and lively community with a population of 22,094 recorded at the 2010 census, Marysville is home to a thriving recreational scene, historic landmarks and architecturally stunning places to live in -- or simply sight-see in wonderment. The town, which was once a starting ground for businesses such as the Miller & Snodgrass flour mill and Marysville Pearlash Factory, now has ever-expanding industrial and agricultural facilities, including the global headquarters for Scotts Miracle-Gro and Honda manufacturing plants.

Moving to Marysville

With a wide array of districts and a large city layout, you'll easily find affordable apartment complexes in Marysville, including one bedroom apartments, all bills paid apartments and even pet-friendly apartments -- cat ladies, rejoice! Homes for rent are also popular here. You'll likely need the first and last month's rent, identification and proof of income to secure the rental you desire.

Be sure to bring your set of wheels with you since U.S Route 33 is the main stretch of highway running through the city and connecting to Interstate 75, as well as Columbus Interstates 70 and 71. The city even has its own Union County Airport, ideal for conveniently planning vacations and getaways.

Moving to Marysville
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With a wide array of districts and a large city layout, you'll easily find affordable apartment complexes in Marysville, including one bedroom apartments, all bills paid apartments and even pet-friendly apartments -- cat ladies, rejoice! Homes for rent are also popular here. You'll likely need the first and last month's rent, identification and proof of income to secure the rental you desire.

Be sure to bring your set of wheels with you since U.S Route 33 is the main stretch of highway running through the city and connecting to Interstate 75, as well as Columbus Interstates 70 and 71. The city even has its own Union County Airport, ideal for conveniently planning vacations and getaways.

Neighborhoods in Marysville

Don't just pick any neighborhood and settle in. It's important that you live in an area that fits your lifestyle. Check out the list below of popular areas in Marysville to get an idea of what there is in the city.

Uptown District: This area of the city features the historic Union County Courthouse, a veterans memorial, the Ligett and Landmark buildings and several churches. Scotts Miracle-Gro even has a museum in this district.

Medical District: If you have hypochondriac tendencies, welcome home. Both the Marysville Surgical Center and Memorial Hospital of Union County are located here -- as well as plenty of doctors' offices, long-term nursing care and an occupational health facility -- for all your medical needs.

Industrial District: This is the hub of manufacturing jobs within the city, boasting the global headquarters of Scotts Miracle-Gro, the Parkin-Hannifin Corporation and two Honda Motors plants.

East: Along with the Union County Airport, you'll find the Marysville Public Library. This makes a perfect combination when you need some reading material for a long flight, doesn't it?

West: Nestle USA operates a research and development center on this side of town.

North: Ohio State University runs an agricultural extension office here, and you'll find numerous family-owned and operated farms throughout the city, as well.

South: You'll find tons of recreational activities in this neighborhood, including Timberview, which features its own golf course plus a bar and grill. Greenwood Colony is a beautiful residential village offering two-bedroom, ranch-style apartments.

Neighborhoods in Marysville
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Don't just pick any neighborhood and settle in. It's important that you live in an area that fits your lifestyle. Check out the list below of popular areas in Marysville to get an idea of what there is in the city.

Uptown District: This area of the city features the historic Union County Courthouse, a veterans memorial, the Ligett and Landmark buildings and several churches. Scotts Miracle-Gro even has a museum in this district.

Medical District: If you have hypochondriac tendencies, welcome home. Both the Marysville Surgical Center and Memorial Hospital of Union County are located here -- as well as plenty of doctors' offices, long-term nursing care and an occupational health facility -- for all your medical needs.

Industrial District: This is the hub of manufacturing jobs within the city, boasting the global headquarters of Scotts Miracle-Gro, the Parkin-Hannifin Corporation and two Honda Motors plants.

East: Along with the Union County Airport, you'll find the Marysville Public Library. This makes a perfect combination when you need some reading material for a long flight, doesn't it?

West: Nestle USA operates a research and development center on this side of town.

North: Ohio State University runs an agricultural extension office here, and you'll find numerous family-owned and operated farms throughout the city, as well.

South: You'll find tons of recreational activities in this neighborhood, including Timberview, which features its own golf course plus a bar and grill. Greenwood Colony is a beautiful residential village offering two-bedroom, ranch-style apartments.

Living in Marysville

You know what they say about all work and no play, right? Along with Marysville's ample job market and plentiful apartment complexes, you'll also find lots of opportunities for fun and entertainment. That's right, it's not all work and no play here in Marysville!

The city has an impressive 16 parks, so you'll never tire of recreational activities. These parks include their own pools, golf courses, hiking and biking trails, skate parks and sporting facilities. Spend a day at Schwartzkopf Park or Aldersgate Park. Be sure to check out MacIvor Woods' nature preserve, and keep an eye out for the many horse farms in the area. There's even an outdoor amphitheater -- how's that for fancy?

Union County is full of covered bridges for those who wish to take a step back in time to explore their beauty. All five were built in the 1860s and 1870s, and four are still operational. The Covered Bridge Festival is also held annually in September. Speaking of local festivities, Marysville offers a bundle: Taste of Marysville, The Union County Fair, The All Ohio Balloon Festival, Friday Nights Uptown and Festifair.

If you like culinary variety, you're in for a treat with the city's vast assortment of restaurants. Grab a bagel at Bagel Island or a burrito at Crazy Burritos, get your grill on at Lucky's Grille or McKinley's, and finish it all off with a sweet treat from Farmhouse Ice Cream Parlor. Pizza lovers will find lots of different pie options like Family Pizzeria, Fultzie's Pizza, Benny's Pizza and Little Tony's Pizza. That's a lot of crust and toppings, folks. Doc's Cafe and Wine Bar will raise your spirits, and Cue Stick Cafe will provide a nice caffeine fix for coffee addicts in need.

Don't let its nickname fool you. This "Shaded City" is actually full of sunlight and charm, and it only got that name because of the lovely tree-lines streets. As the town motto confirms, Marysville truly is a place "where the grass is greener."

Living in Marysville
+

You know what they say about all work and no play, right? Along with Marysville's ample job market and plentiful apartment complexes, you'll also find lots of opportunities for fun and entertainment. That's right, it's not all work and no play here in Marysville!

The city has an impressive 16 parks, so you'll never tire of recreational activities. These parks include their own pools, golf courses, hiking and biking trails, skate parks and sporting facilities. Spend a day at Schwartzkopf Park or Aldersgate Park. Be sure to check out MacIvor Woods' nature preserve, and keep an eye out for the many horse farms in the area. There's even an outdoor amphitheater -- how's that for fancy?

Union County is full of covered bridges for those who wish to take a step back in time to explore their beauty. All five were built in the 1860s and 1870s, and four are still operational. The Covered Bridge Festival is also held annually in September. Speaking of local festivities, Marysville offers a bundle: Taste of Marysville, The Union County Fair, The All Ohio Balloon Festival, Friday Nights Uptown and Festifair.

If you like culinary variety, you're in for a treat with the city's vast assortment of restaurants. Grab a bagel at Bagel Island or a burrito at Crazy Burritos, get your grill on at Lucky's Grille or McKinley's, and finish it all off with a sweet treat from Farmhouse Ice Cream Parlor. Pizza lovers will find lots of different pie options like Family Pizzeria, Fultzie's Pizza, Benny's Pizza and Little Tony's Pizza. That's a lot of crust and toppings, folks. Doc's Cafe and Wine Bar will raise your spirits, and Cue Stick Cafe will provide a nice caffeine fix for coffee addicts in need.

Don't let its nickname fool you. This "Shaded City" is actually full of sunlight and charm, and it only got that name because of the lovely tree-lines streets. As the town motto confirms, Marysville truly is a place "where the grass is greener."

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City Guide

Marysville
Marysville, OH has a rich history full of industrial success. The city was named the best in Ohio for job seekers in a report by financial advice company Nerdwallet. Dust off your resume, and let's get to work.
Marysville, OH has a rich history full of industrial success. The city was named the best in Ohio for job seekers in a report by financial advice company Nerdwallet. Dust off your resume, and let's get to work.

Marysville is the county seat of Union County and is included in the bustling Columbus metropolitan statistical area. A growing and lively community with a population of 22,094 recorded at the 2010 census, Marysville is home to a thriving recreational scene, historic landmarks and architecturally stunning places to live in -- or simply sight-see in wonderment. The town, which was once a starting ground for businesses such as the Miller & Snodgrass flour mill and Marysville Pearlash Factory, now has ever-expanding industrial and agricultural facilities, including the global headquarters for Scotts Miracle-Gro and Honda manufacturing plants.

Moving to Marysville

With a wide array of districts and a large city layout, you'll easily find affordable apartment complexes in Marysville, including one bedroom apartments, all bills paid apartments and even pet-friendly apartments -- cat ladies, rejoice! Homes for rent are also popular here. You'll likely need the first and last month's rent, identification and proof of income to secure the rental you desire.

Be sure to bring your set of wheels with you since U.S Route 33 is the main stretch of highway running through the city and connecting to Interstate 75, as well as Columbus Interstates 70 and 71. The city even has its own Union County Airport, ideal for conveniently planning vacations and getaways.

Moving to Marysville
+

With a wide array of districts and a large city layout, you'll easily find affordable apartment complexes in Marysville, including one bedroom apartments, all bills paid apartments and even pet-friendly apartments -- cat ladies, rejoice! Homes for rent are also popular here. You'll likely need the first and last month's rent, identification and proof of income to secure the rental you desire.

Be sure to bring your set of wheels with you since U.S Route 33 is the main stretch of highway running through the city and connecting to Interstate 75, as well as Columbus Interstates 70 and 71. The city even has its own Union County Airport, ideal for conveniently planning vacations and getaways.

Neighborhoods in Marysville

Don't just pick any neighborhood and settle in. It's important that you live in an area that fits your lifestyle. Check out the list below of popular areas in Marysville to get an idea of what there is in the city.

Uptown District: This area of the city features the historic Union County Courthouse, a veterans memorial, the Ligett and Landmark buildings and several churches. Scotts Miracle-Gro even has a museum in this district.

Medical District: If you have hypochondriac tendencies, welcome home. Both the Marysville Surgical Center and Memorial Hospital of Union County are located here -- as well as plenty of doctors' offices, long-term nursing care and an occupational health facility -- for all your medical needs.

Industrial District: This is the hub of manufacturing jobs within the city, boasting the global headquarters of Scotts Miracle-Gro, the Parkin-Hannifin Corporation and two Honda Motors plants.

East: Along with the Union County Airport, you'll find the Marysville Public Library. This makes a perfect combination when you need some reading material for a long flight, doesn't it?

West: Nestle USA operates a research and development center on this side of town.

North: Ohio State University runs an agricultural extension office here, and you'll find numerous family-owned and operated farms throughout the city, as well.

South: You'll find tons of recreational activities in this neighborhood, including Timberview, which features its own golf course plus a bar and grill. Greenwood Colony is a beautiful residential village offering two-bedroom, ranch-style apartments.

Neighborhoods in Marysville
+

Don't just pick any neighborhood and settle in. It's important that you live in an area that fits your lifestyle. Check out the list below of popular areas in Marysville to get an idea of what there is in the city.

Uptown District: This area of the city features the historic Union County Courthouse, a veterans memorial, the Ligett and Landmark buildings and several churches. Scotts Miracle-Gro even has a museum in this district.

Medical District: If you have hypochondriac tendencies, welcome home. Both the Marysville Surgical Center and Memorial Hospital of Union County are located here -- as well as plenty of doctors' offices, long-term nursing care and an occupational health facility -- for all your medical needs.

Industrial District: This is the hub of manufacturing jobs within the city, boasting the global headquarters of Scotts Miracle-Gro, the Parkin-Hannifin Corporation and two Honda Motors plants.

East: Along with the Union County Airport, you'll find the Marysville Public Library. This makes a perfect combination when you need some reading material for a long flight, doesn't it?

West: Nestle USA operates a research and development center on this side of town.

North: Ohio State University runs an agricultural extension office here, and you'll find numerous family-owned and operated farms throughout the city, as well.

South: You'll find tons of recreational activities in this neighborhood, including Timberview, which features its own golf course plus a bar and grill. Greenwood Colony is a beautiful residential village offering two-bedroom, ranch-style apartments.

Living in Marysville

You know what they say about all work and no play, right? Along with Marysville's ample job market and plentiful apartment complexes, you'll also find lots of opportunities for fun and entertainment. That's right, it's not all work and no play here in Marysville!

The city has an impressive 16 parks, so you'll never tire of recreational activities. These parks include their own pools, golf courses, hiking and biking trails, skate parks and sporting facilities. Spend a day at Schwartzkopf Park or Aldersgate Park. Be sure to check out MacIvor Woods' nature preserve, and keep an eye out for the many horse farms in the area. There's even an outdoor amphitheater -- how's that for fancy?

Union County is full of covered bridges for those who wish to take a step back in time to explore their beauty. All five were built in the 1860s and 1870s, and four are still operational. The Covered Bridge Festival is also held annually in September. Speaking of local festivities, Marysville offers a bundle: Taste of Marysville, The Union County Fair, The All Ohio Balloon Festival, Friday Nights Uptown and Festifair.

If you like culinary variety, you're in for a treat with the city's vast assortment of restaurants. Grab a bagel at Bagel Island or a burrito at Crazy Burritos, get your grill on at Lucky's Grille or McKinley's, and finish it all off with a sweet treat from Farmhouse Ice Cream Parlor. Pizza lovers will find lots of different pie options like Family Pizzeria, Fultzie's Pizza, Benny's Pizza and Little Tony's Pizza. That's a lot of crust and toppings, folks. Doc's Cafe and Wine Bar will raise your spirits, and Cue Stick Cafe will provide a nice caffeine fix for coffee addicts in need.

Don't let its nickname fool you. This "Shaded City" is actually full of sunlight and charm, and it only got that name because of the lovely tree-lines streets. As the town motto confirms, Marysville truly is a place "where the grass is greener."

Living in Marysville
+

You know what they say about all work and no play, right? Along with Marysville's ample job market and plentiful apartment complexes, you'll also find lots of opportunities for fun and entertainment. That's right, it's not all work and no play here in Marysville!

The city has an impressive 16 parks, so you'll never tire of recreational activities. These parks include their own pools, golf courses, hiking and biking trails, skate parks and sporting facilities. Spend a day at Schwartzkopf Park or Aldersgate Park. Be sure to check out MacIvor Woods' nature preserve, and keep an eye out for the many horse farms in the area. There's even an outdoor amphitheater -- how's that for fancy?

Union County is full of covered bridges for those who wish to take a step back in time to explore their beauty. All five were built in the 1860s and 1870s, and four are still operational. The Covered Bridge Festival is also held annually in September. Speaking of local festivities, Marysville offers a bundle: Taste of Marysville, The Union County Fair, The All Ohio Balloon Festival, Friday Nights Uptown and Festifair.

If you like culinary variety, you're in for a treat with the city's vast assortment of restaurants. Grab a bagel at Bagel Island or a burrito at Crazy Burritos, get your grill on at Lucky's Grille or McKinley's, and finish it all off with a sweet treat from Farmhouse Ice Cream Parlor. Pizza lovers will find lots of different pie options like Family Pizzeria, Fultzie's Pizza, Benny's Pizza and Little Tony's Pizza. That's a lot of crust and toppings, folks. Doc's Cafe and Wine Bar will raise your spirits, and Cue Stick Cafe will provide a nice caffeine fix for coffee addicts in need.

Don't let its nickname fool you. This "Shaded City" is actually full of sunlight and charm, and it only got that name because of the lovely tree-lines streets. As the town motto confirms, Marysville truly is a place "where the grass is greener."