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25 Apartments for rent in Tipp City, OH

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Redwood Tipp City
3044 Burgyne Court
Tipp City, OH
2 Bedrooms
$1,423
1348 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:54 AM
Apartment features energy-efficient two-bedroom units with spacious living areas. Convenient access to the U.S. Air Force Museum, Carriage Hill MetroPark and the University of Dayton.
1 Unit Available
977 W Main Street
977 W Main St
Tipp City, OH
Studio
$1,000
1000 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:31 AM
Reasonably priced office space located on W. Main in Tipp City...located behind Cassano's this space offers 4 offices, reception area, bathroom and work space at the end of the hallways...Ample parking.
1 Unit Available
1007 Arapaho Trail
1007 Arapaho Trail
Tipp City, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,749
2012 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
1007 Arapaho Trail Available 10/16/20 3 Bedroom, 2 1/2 Bath, Single Family Home with 2 1/2 Car Attached Garage - 3 Bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, single family home with eat in kitchen, dining room, utility room with sink, 2 1/2 car attached garage, and
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Brown School Station Apartments
402 S Brown School Rd
Vandalia, OH
1 Bedroom
$535
2 Bedrooms
$705
Last updated September 25 at 06:54 AM
222 S. Brown School Road - Apt D Available 10/09/20 Two Bedroom Belvedere with Washer/Dryer Hook-up - All Belvedere apartments feature electric air conditioning, gas heat and hot water. Updated kitchen, bath and flooring in all renovated apartments.
1 Unit Available
202 Kenbrook Drive - 6
202 Kenbrook Drive
Vandalia, OH
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$690
800 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:54 AM
This garden style apartment has been newly rennovated. It has new flooring windows, counter tops, vanity, and appliances. Its close to I 70 & 75, library, downtown, Vandalia high school, and many restaurants. Visit our website at fflpm.
1 Unit Available
1115 South Crawford Street
1115 South Crawford Street
Troy, OH
3 Bedrooms
$950
1130 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
TXT- Jay 937-898-2661 for a showing. $50 app fee. Include $100 Partial security deposit with application. If unable to approve application than $100 is refunded. Please visit our website RentMGM.
1 Unit Available
568 Stonyridge Ave
568 Stonyridge Avenue
Troy, OH
2 Bedrooms
$625
900 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Charming 2 bedroom 1.5 bath duplex. Pets ok cats must be fixed. Appliances includes Fridge and Stove.Off street parking. Window Unit a/c.
1 Unit Available
943 N Dorset Rd Apt C
943 North Dorset Road
Troy, OH
2 Bedrooms
$680
750 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
This 2 bedroom 1 bath is move in ready! Updated kitchen with newer appliances, newer carpet and paint throughout! Enjoy -Laundry Room -Large Closets and Plenty of Storage -Fresh paint (walls and ceilings) Other benefits of this unit: This unit
1 Unit Available
165 Westhaven Dr
165 Westhaven Drive
Troy, OH
3 Bedrooms
$950
1400 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Luxurious 3 bedroom 2 bath Condo style duplex appliances includes Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher, Microwave. Washer & Dryer Hook-ups. Comes with 2 car attached garage with automatic opener. Central heating and cooling. Over 1,400 sq ft living space.
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1 Unit Available
Pine Run Townhomes
5541 Bengie Ct
Huber Heights, OH
2 Bedrooms
$811
1000 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:38 AM
Great location for commuters, with easy access to I-70 and I-75. Community offers playground, emergency maintenance and parking. Apartments have fenced-in patio, washers and dryers, and large bedrooms.
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12 Units Available
Rivers Edge
4346 Riverside Dr
Dayton, OH
1 Bedroom
$649
677 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$779
913 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,059
1092 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 12:43 AM
Recently renovated one- and two-bedroom apartments and townhouses. Residents have full use of the three on-site pools, dog park and fitness center. Located close to I-75 and the Stillwater River Park trails.
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1 Unit Available
Greenglen Apartments
101 Tree Glenn Way
Dayton, OH
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$760
864 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 12:15 AM
Greenglen Apartments invites you to live life on your own terms. Our community has several home, community, and location advantages. Greenglen is one of the most desirable and affordable communities in Dayton.
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4 Units Available
Amhurst Apartments
4151 Amston Drive
Dayton, OH
Studio
$445
288 sqft
1 Bedroom
$545
576 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$810
864 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 12:23 AM
Amhurst Apartments invites you to live life on your own terms. Our community has several home, community, and location advantages. Amhurst is one of the most desirable and affordable communities in Dayton.
1 Unit Available
3079 Benchwood Road
3079 Benchwood Rd
Montgomery County, OH
2 Bedrooms
$850
1250 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:54 AM
This has been remodeled top to bottom all new floors, upgraded fire place (with electric insert), windows, roof, counter tops, cabinets, dishwasher, stove, frig, and a totally remodeled bathroom! This huge 1250sft Townhome is located a quiet street.
1 Unit Available
1110 Sunset Drive
1110 Sunset Drive
Englewood, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,585
1880 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
This home offers 3 bedrooms with 2.5 bathrooms. There are 2 separate living areas.The kitchen offers a pantry and newer stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher. The master bedroom has a walk in closet.
1 Unit Available
4278 Catalpa Drive
4278 Catalpa Drive
Montgomery County, OH
2 Bedrooms
$650
800 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 05:39 AM
Two Bedroom One Bath Brick Apartment in North Dayton! Two Bedroom One Bath Brick Apartment in North Dayton! Tenant pays all utilities; we bill water & trash to you in addition to rent. Two pets only. $250 Non - Refundable pet fee.
1 Unit Available
6660 Summerdale
6660 Summerdale Drive
Huber Heights, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1403 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
6660 Summerdale Available 10/12/20 - (RLNE6088461)
1 Unit Available
643 Syracuse Ave
643 Syracuse Avenue
Montgomery County, OH
3 Bedrooms
$795
864 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
643 Syracuse Ave Available 10/09/20 643 Syracuse Ave 3BR/1BA (Dayton) - **Coming Soon** Come check out our newly renovated 3BR/1BA home for rent in Dayton, Ohio.
1 Unit Available
6153 Farmborough Dr
6153 Farmborough Drive
Huber Heights, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1026 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Beautiful 3 Bedroom Home - This is a 3 bedroom ranch style home with 1 bathroom. Freshly remodeled, features an updated kitchen, new appliances, bathroom remodeled, new vinyl flooring, and fresh paint.
1 Unit Available
2237 Nomad Ave
2237 Nomad Avenue
Montgomery County, OH
4 Bedrooms
$925
1714 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
2237 Nomad Ave Available 10/02/20 2237 Nomad Ave 4BR/1.5BA (Dayton) - **Coming Soon** Don't miss our Recently Renovated 4BR/1.5BA home located in Dayton.
1 Unit Available
5908 Corsica Drive,
5908 Corsica Drive
Huber Heights, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,045
1301 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
5908 Corsica 3BR/2BA (Huber Heights) - Don't miss our Recently Renovated 3BR/2BA home located in Huber Heights! This home has an updated open kitchen, dishwasher, updated bathroom, tile, and laminate flooring, w/d hookup, 1 car attached garage, off
1 Unit Available
300 Knecht Drive,
300 Knecht Drive
Dayton, OH | North Riverdale
3 Bedrooms
$825
1056 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
300 Knecht 3BR/1BA (Dayton) - Apply today for our 3BR/1BA, home located in Dayton. This lovely old style home is Recently Renovated with windows and floors, updated electrical, updated plumbing, and has laminate and hardwood flooring.
1 Unit Available
4540 Bufort Blvd
4540 Bufort Boulevard
Huber Heights, OH
2 Bedrooms
$650
700 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 07:04 AM
2 bedroom unit with only one shared wall. Spacious and quiet
1 Unit Available
554 Burgess Avenue
554 Burgess Avenue
Montgomery County, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1519 sqft
Last updated May 4 at 11:11 AM
Coming Soon!!! This brick/Alum. ranch offers 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths. One woodburning fireplace, attached garage and huge back yard. Family room! For more information or to view the rental criteria please visit the link below. https://rentconrex.
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City Guide

Tipp City
Who was hot in Ohio during the 1800s? Tippecanoe, aka William Henry Harrison, hero of the Battle of Tippecanoe, and ninth President of the United States. Two locations in the state chose him as their namesake: Tippecanoe City and Tippecanoe. By the 1930s the confusion between these two locales got so bad that mail often went to the wrong town. The Postal Service said "enough" and abbreviated the longer name to "Tipp City."
Who was hot in Ohio during the 1800s? Tippecanoe, aka William Henry Harrison, hero of the Battle of Tippecanoe, and ninth President of the United States. Two locations in the state chose him as their namesake: Tippecanoe City and Tippecanoe. By the 1930s the confusion between these two locales got so bad that mail often went to the wrong town. The Postal Service said "enough" and abbreviated the longer name to "Tipp City."

Even though Tipp City is only about 15 minutes north of Dayton, Ohio, don't call the smaller city a bedroom community. It stands on its own with enough light manufacturing and small businesses to support its workforce, family-owned restaurants and boutiques to satisfy commuters, as well as parks, galleries and historic sites to attract tourists.

Moving to Tipp City

Weather isn't one of the city's strong points. Because Tipp City in the Midwest, you'll need to endure at least a foot of snow during the winter, making that season the worst time to show up with your prized belongings. The only good thing is that landlords may be so desperate to fill their apartment complexes, that you may be able to negotiate good deals.

Come in summer for warmer weather and longer daylight hours. Interstate 75 is your main land connection to cities like Toledo and Detroit in the north, or Cincinnati and Atlanta in the south. That freeway also connects to I-70 for east-west journeys. Flying in from elsewhere? Dayton International Airport is actually closer to Tipp City than it is to its namesake metropolis.

You can decide to live in a Victorian cottage or penthouse condo in the middle of urban convenience or surrounded by rural quiet. But the final decision in whether you snag a rental apartment in Tipp City typically rests with your income and credit (assuming your past doesn't suffer from felony arrests or convictions for violence).

To prove that you make enough money to afford a place, bring your pay stubs when you visit a potential rental. Many months before you plan on leasing something, get on AnnualCreditReport.com. You can then check your credit report for free and figure out what expenses you need to pay off so you look good to the landlord.

Moving to Tipp City
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Weather isn't one of the city's strong points. Because Tipp City in the Midwest, you'll need to endure at least a foot of snow during the winter, making that season the worst time to show up with your prized belongings. The only good thing is that landlords may be so desperate to fill their apartment complexes, that you may be able to negotiate good deals.

Come in summer for warmer weather and longer daylight hours. Interstate 75 is your main land connection to cities like Toledo and Detroit in the north, or Cincinnati and Atlanta in the south. That freeway also connects to I-70 for east-west journeys. Flying in from elsewhere? Dayton International Airport is actually closer to Tipp City than it is to its namesake metropolis.

You can decide to live in a Victorian cottage or penthouse condo in the middle of urban convenience or surrounded by rural quiet. But the final decision in whether you snag a rental apartment in Tipp City typically rests with your income and credit (assuming your past doesn't suffer from felony arrests or convictions for violence).

To prove that you make enough money to afford a place, bring your pay stubs when you visit a potential rental. Many months before you plan on leasing something, get on AnnualCreditReport.com. You can then check your credit report for free and figure out what expenses you need to pay off so you look good to the landlord.

Neighborhoods in Tipp City

Before you decide on one of these neighborhoods, make sure first that it has some home rentals and apartment complexes available.

City Center: You'd think the downtown area, as much as there is in a small city, would be the best neighborhood for your apartment search. In fact, this area contains nearly the fewest apartment options, all located in small apartment buildings that are unlikely to tell you that they're there. Over 92 percent of the residences are single-family homes, which is great if you're looking for rental housing. In either case, locating these possibilities on the Internet is a hit-or-miss proposition. You'll probably need a real estate agent to find a place to live. What this area has a lot of is shops, restaurants, and other places to spend money. You also get a couple of parks and an eastern border that follows the Grand Miami River.

Middle (Country Road 25A/E. Evanston Road): Over a third of the residences here consists of apartments, so this is the hood for finding places to live in. If you commute, you'll love that I-75 slices right down the middle of this community. Most of the properties here were built from 1970 to 1979, with over a third built during the retro 1940s to 1960s. There are even a few from the current century, if you want to live in something newer.

Borchers Rentals: Borchers offers one to three bedrooms among its 41 units. Overlook the brusque management to enjoy short-term leases, a clubhouse, and a private patio or balcony. Some models even boast wood-burning fireplaces, furniture, and one or more utilities that are paid for. On the grounds, you'll also find a pool and laundry facilities.

Windridge Apartments: This complex includes more perks on its grounds, such as a heated outdoor pool, tennis court, children's pool, and a gated entry. The two- and three-bedroom homes have linen closets, vaulted ceilings, high-speed Internet access, and a garden tub in the bathroom.

Western: This neighborhood is the closest to the airport, making it your best bet if you fly to make a living. After work, you can head for Homestead Golf Course to practice your swings. This is the least-crowded part of the city because much of it consists of farmlands. (Most properties consist of single-family houses.) Stick to the northwest part if you travel a lot by car because I-75 cuts through that area.

Neighborhoods in Tipp City
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Before you decide on one of these neighborhoods, make sure first that it has some home rentals and apartment complexes available.

City Center: You'd think the downtown area, as much as there is in a small city, would be the best neighborhood for your apartment search. In fact, this area contains nearly the fewest apartment options, all located in small apartment buildings that are unlikely to tell you that they're there. Over 92 percent of the residences are single-family homes, which is great if you're looking for rental housing. In either case, locating these possibilities on the Internet is a hit-or-miss proposition. You'll probably need a real estate agent to find a place to live. What this area has a lot of is shops, restaurants, and other places to spend money. You also get a couple of parks and an eastern border that follows the Grand Miami River.

Middle (Country Road 25A/E. Evanston Road): Over a third of the residences here consists of apartments, so this is the hood for finding places to live in. If you commute, you'll love that I-75 slices right down the middle of this community. Most of the properties here were built from 1970 to 1979, with over a third built during the retro 1940s to 1960s. There are even a few from the current century, if you want to live in something newer.

Borchers Rentals: Borchers offers one to three bedrooms among its 41 units. Overlook the brusque management to enjoy short-term leases, a clubhouse, and a private patio or balcony. Some models even boast wood-burning fireplaces, furniture, and one or more utilities that are paid for. On the grounds, you'll also find a pool and laundry facilities.

Windridge Apartments: This complex includes more perks on its grounds, such as a heated outdoor pool, tennis court, children's pool, and a gated entry. The two- and three-bedroom homes have linen closets, vaulted ceilings, high-speed Internet access, and a garden tub in the bathroom.

Western: This neighborhood is the closest to the airport, making it your best bet if you fly to make a living. After work, you can head for Homestead Golf Course to practice your swings. This is the least-crowded part of the city because much of it consists of farmlands. (Most properties consist of single-family houses.) Stick to the northwest part if you travel a lot by car because I-75 cuts through that area.

Living in Tipp City

You can take a gander at one of the canal locks that once figured prominently in city history by visiting Canal Lock Park. The structure is less majestic than before, being all filled in and topped with grass. But you can at least contemplate history at the covered picnic table. If you demand a bit more activity in your outdoor recreation, then City Park will tickle your fancy with three shelters, a field for soccer or football and the Roundhouse, which is popular for events. The sound of splashing is from the Family Aquatic Center, which wets your day with three pools, diving boards and two water slides.

To find out about the place you now call home, visit the Tippecanoe Historical Museum. But call first because its displays and artifacts are only viewable twice a week from April through October. Many of the town's more interesting structures cluster around East and West Main Street. Download a free walking tour map from DownTownTippCity.org, so you can view these buildings first-hand.

Said tour also gives you many opportunities for shopping. Cairn's Toys awakens the child within with yo-yos, Legos, toy kitchens, and stuffed animals. Patriot Antique Shoppe can sell you oil paintings, miniature tests and ceramic tableware online or in-person. When you're done buying, rest your heels at the Coldwater Cafe, which serves ostrich filet, Chilean sea bass, and carrot cake in a converted bank building.

Living in Tipp City
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You can take a gander at one of the canal locks that once figured prominently in city history by visiting Canal Lock Park. The structure is less majestic than before, being all filled in and topped with grass. But you can at least contemplate history at the covered picnic table. If you demand a bit more activity in your outdoor recreation, then City Park will tickle your fancy with three shelters, a field for soccer or football and the Roundhouse, which is popular for events. The sound of splashing is from the Family Aquatic Center, which wets your day with three pools, diving boards and two water slides.

To find out about the place you now call home, visit the Tippecanoe Historical Museum. But call first because its displays and artifacts are only viewable twice a week from April through October. Many of the town's more interesting structures cluster around East and West Main Street. Download a free walking tour map from DownTownTippCity.org, so you can view these buildings first-hand.

Said tour also gives you many opportunities for shopping. Cairn's Toys awakens the child within with yo-yos, Legos, toy kitchens, and stuffed animals. Patriot Antique Shoppe can sell you oil paintings, miniature tests and ceramic tableware online or in-person. When you're done buying, rest your heels at the Coldwater Cafe, which serves ostrich filet, Chilean sea bass, and carrot cake in a converted bank building.

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City Guide

Tipp City
Who was hot in Ohio during the 1800s? Tippecanoe, aka William Henry Harrison, hero of the Battle of Tippecanoe, and ninth President of the United States. Two locations in the state chose him as their namesake: Tippecanoe City and Tippecanoe. By the 1930s the confusion between these two locales got so bad that mail often went to the wrong town. The Postal Service said "enough" and abbreviated the longer name to "Tipp City."
Who was hot in Ohio during the 1800s? Tippecanoe, aka William Henry Harrison, hero of the Battle of Tippecanoe, and ninth President of the United States. Two locations in the state chose him as their namesake: Tippecanoe City and Tippecanoe. By the 1930s the confusion between these two locales got so bad that mail often went to the wrong town. The Postal Service said "enough" and abbreviated the longer name to "Tipp City."

Even though Tipp City is only about 15 minutes north of Dayton, Ohio, don't call the smaller city a bedroom community. It stands on its own with enough light manufacturing and small businesses to support its workforce, family-owned restaurants and boutiques to satisfy commuters, as well as parks, galleries and historic sites to attract tourists.

Moving to Tipp City

Weather isn't one of the city's strong points. Because Tipp City in the Midwest, you'll need to endure at least a foot of snow during the winter, making that season the worst time to show up with your prized belongings. The only good thing is that landlords may be so desperate to fill their apartment complexes, that you may be able to negotiate good deals.

Come in summer for warmer weather and longer daylight hours. Interstate 75 is your main land connection to cities like Toledo and Detroit in the north, or Cincinnati and Atlanta in the south. That freeway also connects to I-70 for east-west journeys. Flying in from elsewhere? Dayton International Airport is actually closer to Tipp City than it is to its namesake metropolis.

You can decide to live in a Victorian cottage or penthouse condo in the middle of urban convenience or surrounded by rural quiet. But the final decision in whether you snag a rental apartment in Tipp City typically rests with your income and credit (assuming your past doesn't suffer from felony arrests or convictions for violence).

To prove that you make enough money to afford a place, bring your pay stubs when you visit a potential rental. Many months before you plan on leasing something, get on AnnualCreditReport.com. You can then check your credit report for free and figure out what expenses you need to pay off so you look good to the landlord.

Moving to Tipp City
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Weather isn't one of the city's strong points. Because Tipp City in the Midwest, you'll need to endure at least a foot of snow during the winter, making that season the worst time to show up with your prized belongings. The only good thing is that landlords may be so desperate to fill their apartment complexes, that you may be able to negotiate good deals.

Come in summer for warmer weather and longer daylight hours. Interstate 75 is your main land connection to cities like Toledo and Detroit in the north, or Cincinnati and Atlanta in the south. That freeway also connects to I-70 for east-west journeys. Flying in from elsewhere? Dayton International Airport is actually closer to Tipp City than it is to its namesake metropolis.

You can decide to live in a Victorian cottage or penthouse condo in the middle of urban convenience or surrounded by rural quiet. But the final decision in whether you snag a rental apartment in Tipp City typically rests with your income and credit (assuming your past doesn't suffer from felony arrests or convictions for violence).

To prove that you make enough money to afford a place, bring your pay stubs when you visit a potential rental. Many months before you plan on leasing something, get on AnnualCreditReport.com. You can then check your credit report for free and figure out what expenses you need to pay off so you look good to the landlord.

Neighborhoods in Tipp City

Before you decide on one of these neighborhoods, make sure first that it has some home rentals and apartment complexes available.

City Center: You'd think the downtown area, as much as there is in a small city, would be the best neighborhood for your apartment search. In fact, this area contains nearly the fewest apartment options, all located in small apartment buildings that are unlikely to tell you that they're there. Over 92 percent of the residences are single-family homes, which is great if you're looking for rental housing. In either case, locating these possibilities on the Internet is a hit-or-miss proposition. You'll probably need a real estate agent to find a place to live. What this area has a lot of is shops, restaurants, and other places to spend money. You also get a couple of parks and an eastern border that follows the Grand Miami River.

Middle (Country Road 25A/E. Evanston Road): Over a third of the residences here consists of apartments, so this is the hood for finding places to live in. If you commute, you'll love that I-75 slices right down the middle of this community. Most of the properties here were built from 1970 to 1979, with over a third built during the retro 1940s to 1960s. There are even a few from the current century, if you want to live in something newer.

Borchers Rentals: Borchers offers one to three bedrooms among its 41 units. Overlook the brusque management to enjoy short-term leases, a clubhouse, and a private patio or balcony. Some models even boast wood-burning fireplaces, furniture, and one or more utilities that are paid for. On the grounds, you'll also find a pool and laundry facilities.

Windridge Apartments: This complex includes more perks on its grounds, such as a heated outdoor pool, tennis court, children's pool, and a gated entry. The two- and three-bedroom homes have linen closets, vaulted ceilings, high-speed Internet access, and a garden tub in the bathroom.

Western: This neighborhood is the closest to the airport, making it your best bet if you fly to make a living. After work, you can head for Homestead Golf Course to practice your swings. This is the least-crowded part of the city because much of it consists of farmlands. (Most properties consist of single-family houses.) Stick to the northwest part if you travel a lot by car because I-75 cuts through that area.

Neighborhoods in Tipp City
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Before you decide on one of these neighborhoods, make sure first that it has some home rentals and apartment complexes available.

City Center: You'd think the downtown area, as much as there is in a small city, would be the best neighborhood for your apartment search. In fact, this area contains nearly the fewest apartment options, all located in small apartment buildings that are unlikely to tell you that they're there. Over 92 percent of the residences are single-family homes, which is great if you're looking for rental housing. In either case, locating these possibilities on the Internet is a hit-or-miss proposition. You'll probably need a real estate agent to find a place to live. What this area has a lot of is shops, restaurants, and other places to spend money. You also get a couple of parks and an eastern border that follows the Grand Miami River.

Middle (Country Road 25A/E. Evanston Road): Over a third of the residences here consists of apartments, so this is the hood for finding places to live in. If you commute, you'll love that I-75 slices right down the middle of this community. Most of the properties here were built from 1970 to 1979, with over a third built during the retro 1940s to 1960s. There are even a few from the current century, if you want to live in something newer.

Borchers Rentals: Borchers offers one to three bedrooms among its 41 units. Overlook the brusque management to enjoy short-term leases, a clubhouse, and a private patio or balcony. Some models even boast wood-burning fireplaces, furniture, and one or more utilities that are paid for. On the grounds, you'll also find a pool and laundry facilities.

Windridge Apartments: This complex includes more perks on its grounds, such as a heated outdoor pool, tennis court, children's pool, and a gated entry. The two- and three-bedroom homes have linen closets, vaulted ceilings, high-speed Internet access, and a garden tub in the bathroom.

Western: This neighborhood is the closest to the airport, making it your best bet if you fly to make a living. After work, you can head for Homestead Golf Course to practice your swings. This is the least-crowded part of the city because much of it consists of farmlands. (Most properties consist of single-family houses.) Stick to the northwest part if you travel a lot by car because I-75 cuts through that area.

Living in Tipp City

You can take a gander at one of the canal locks that once figured prominently in city history by visiting Canal Lock Park. The structure is less majestic than before, being all filled in and topped with grass. But you can at least contemplate history at the covered picnic table. If you demand a bit more activity in your outdoor recreation, then City Park will tickle your fancy with three shelters, a field for soccer or football and the Roundhouse, which is popular for events. The sound of splashing is from the Family Aquatic Center, which wets your day with three pools, diving boards and two water slides.

To find out about the place you now call home, visit the Tippecanoe Historical Museum. But call first because its displays and artifacts are only viewable twice a week from April through October. Many of the town's more interesting structures cluster around East and West Main Street. Download a free walking tour map from DownTownTippCity.org, so you can view these buildings first-hand.

Said tour also gives you many opportunities for shopping. Cairn's Toys awakens the child within with yo-yos, Legos, toy kitchens, and stuffed animals. Patriot Antique Shoppe can sell you oil paintings, miniature tests and ceramic tableware online or in-person. When you're done buying, rest your heels at the Coldwater Cafe, which serves ostrich filet, Chilean sea bass, and carrot cake in a converted bank building.

Living in Tipp City
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You can take a gander at one of the canal locks that once figured prominently in city history by visiting Canal Lock Park. The structure is less majestic than before, being all filled in and topped with grass. But you can at least contemplate history at the covered picnic table. If you demand a bit more activity in your outdoor recreation, then City Park will tickle your fancy with three shelters, a field for soccer or football and the Roundhouse, which is popular for events. The sound of splashing is from the Family Aquatic Center, which wets your day with three pools, diving boards and two water slides.

To find out about the place you now call home, visit the Tippecanoe Historical Museum. But call first because its displays and artifacts are only viewable twice a week from April through October. Many of the town's more interesting structures cluster around East and West Main Street. Download a free walking tour map from DownTownTippCity.org, so you can view these buildings first-hand.

Said tour also gives you many opportunities for shopping. Cairn's Toys awakens the child within with yo-yos, Legos, toy kitchens, and stuffed animals. Patriot Antique Shoppe can sell you oil paintings, miniature tests and ceramic tableware online or in-person. When you're done buying, rest your heels at the Coldwater Cafe, which serves ostrich filet, Chilean sea bass, and carrot cake in a converted bank building.