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13 Apartments for rent in Troy, OH

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1115 South Crawford Street
1115 South Crawford Street
Troy, OH
3 Bedrooms
$950
1130 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 08:40 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
425 W. Franklin Street
425 West Franklin Street
Troy, OH
3 Bedrooms
$975
1200 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
Available 10/01/20 lovingly maintained charming house in Troy Ohio - Property Id: 359144 425 West Franklin Street in Troy, OH, is a lovely single family house with a picket fence all around and a cozy, private yard.
1 Unit Available
568 Stonyridge Ave
568 Stonyridge Avenue
Troy, OH
2 Bedrooms
$625
900 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 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 25 at 10:14 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 25 at 10:14 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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977 W Main Street
977 W Main St
Tipp City, OH
Studio
$1,000
1000 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:04 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 25 at 10:15 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
120 Mound Street
120 Mound Street
Piqua, OH
2 Bedrooms
$625
922 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 08:40 AM
Large, well maintained 2 bedroom, 1 bath, 2 story townhouse with original hardwood flooring throughout. Fresh paint, new floors in the kitchen and bath as well as newer appliances. The unit also has a washer and dryer hook up off the kitchen.
1 Unit Available
9163 N Co Rd 25A
9163 Sidney Road
Piqua, OH
Studio
$2,000
1495 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:04 AM
Ready to rent with this professional office space in very desirable area. Features 4 private offices along with waiting area and reception rooms. All utilities are included in rent.
1 Unit Available
4155 East Loy Road
4155 East Loy Road
Miami County, OH
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
2400 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:04 AM
Beautiful, sunny home on large rural lot in Miami East school district. Quiet area. Lots of room for gardening. For showing, call for appointment.
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How much is rent in Troy?
In Troy, the median rent is $514 for a studio, $573 for a 1-bedroom, $749 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,007 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Troy, check out our monthly Troy Rent Report.
How much is rent in Troy?
In Troy, the median rent is $514 for a studio, $573 for a 1-bedroom, $749 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,007 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Troy, check out our monthly Troy Rent Report.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Troy?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Troy?
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 Troy 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 Troy 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 Troy?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Troy.
How much should I pay for rent in Troy?
The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Troy.
How can I find off-campus housing in Troy?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Troy. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Dayton, Sinclair Community College, Wittenberg University, and Wright State University-Main Campus.
How can I find off-campus housing in Troy?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Troy. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Dayton, Sinclair Community College, Wittenberg University, and Wright State University-Main Campus.

Median Rent in Troy

Last updated Sep. 2020
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Troy is $573, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $749.
Studio
$514
1 Bed
$573
2 Beds
$749
3+ Beds
$1,007

City Guide

Troy
Troy is home to one of the oldest surviving taverns in the state of Ohio, the Overfield Tavern, which was built in 1808. It now houses a museum.
Troy is home to one of the oldest surviving taverns in the state of Ohio, the Overfield Tavern, which was built in 1808. It now houses a museum.

Troy is far from being the largest place on Earth (according to the 2010 Census, its population is 25,058, and it covers less than 12 square miles) but it has grown a lot since 1833, when it had just 80 homes, a jail, courthouse, two taverns and seven stores. However, for a town of its size, there's a surprising amount going on. As such, it's the perfect place to make your home if you'd like to live somewhere that combines small-town sensibilities with the kinds of cultural pursuits that you'd expect to find in a bigger city.

Renting in Troy

The percentage of homes occupied by renters in Troy is well above the average for both the state of Ohio and the United States as a whole, which means the rental market is booming. Rental homes are fairly easy to come by, so you should find your ideal property easily.

What Will You Need?

You're not going to need anything too fancy to move into a rental property in Troy. It's not like your landlord or Realtor is going to make you quest for hidden treasure or bowl a perfect game before you're allowed to move into your rental apartment. However, you will need to show your credit history, rental history, references and some proof of income.

What's it Going to Cost?

What it costs to move in will all depend on the size and type of property you choose to live in. However, you'll generally be asked to pay a whole month's worth of rent, plus a sizable security deposit, which is usually equal to or more than your monthly rent.

It's unlikely that anything will go drastically wrong during your apartment search, but things might not always go as smoothly as you'd hope. Therefore, it's generally advisable to start looking for a place to rent roughly four to six weeks before the date on which you want to move in. This will give you enough time to find a place that you love and allow for any hitches or hold ups.

Renting in Troy
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The percentage of homes occupied by renters in Troy is well above the average for both the state of Ohio and the United States as a whole, which means the rental market is booming. Rental homes are fairly easy to come by, so you should find your ideal property easily.

What Will You Need?

You're not going to need anything too fancy to move into a rental property in Troy. It's not like your landlord or Realtor is going to make you quest for hidden treasure or bowl a perfect game before you're allowed to move into your rental apartment. However, you will need to show your credit history, rental history, references and some proof of income.

What's it Going to Cost?

What it costs to move in will all depend on the size and type of property you choose to live in. However, you'll generally be asked to pay a whole month's worth of rent, plus a sizable security deposit, which is usually equal to or more than your monthly rent.

It's unlikely that anything will go drastically wrong during your apartment search, but things might not always go as smoothly as you'd hope. Therefore, it's generally advisable to start looking for a place to rent roughly four to six weeks before the date on which you want to move in. This will give you enough time to find a place that you love and allow for any hitches or hold ups.

Neighborhoods in Troy

As you now know, Troy is a historic settlement, dating back to the early 1800s, so you will find a fair amount of difference between the town's neighborhoods. Much of the center is fairly walkable, but developments have spread further out and might have fewer amenities near by.

Staunton: Homes in this neighborhood tend to be either small or medium-sized, and there is a good mix of houses and apartment complexes.

City Center: The center of Troy has recently been rejuvenated, courtesy of the Troy Main Street project. You'll generally find older properties in this neighborhood, built before the 1940s, with some historic buildings. It's conveniently located near a range of shops and eateries.

Eldean: This neighborhood contains a lot of newer homes. Rental homes in this area are generally on the smaller side and are fairly evenly split between houses and apartments.

Swailes Road: You'll mostly find medium-sized and large houses in this area. You're a bit further out from the center, but homes tend to have bigger yards and are more modern.

Neighborhoods in Troy
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As you now know, Troy is a historic settlement, dating back to the early 1800s, so you will find a fair amount of difference between the town's neighborhoods. Much of the center is fairly walkable, but developments have spread further out and might have fewer amenities near by.

Staunton: Homes in this neighborhood tend to be either small or medium-sized, and there is a good mix of houses and apartment complexes.

City Center: The center of Troy has recently been rejuvenated, courtesy of the Troy Main Street project. You'll generally find older properties in this neighborhood, built before the 1940s, with some historic buildings. It's conveniently located near a range of shops and eateries.

Eldean: This neighborhood contains a lot of newer homes. Rental homes in this area are generally on the smaller side and are fairly evenly split between houses and apartments.

Swailes Road: You'll mostly find medium-sized and large houses in this area. You're a bit further out from the center, but homes tend to have bigger yards and are more modern.

Life in Troy

You'll find a lot happening in Troy, no matter the day or season. You just can't drink in the Overfield Tavern anymore. There's a fairly relaxed way of life in the town if you choose to embrace it, but it's not far from Dayton if you prefer things to be more fast-paced every now and again.

Community Events

Residents of Troy aren't lacking in community spirit, and you'll find the frequent events and happenings in the town reflect that. One of the highlights of the calendar is the Troy Strawberry Festival, an annual event that takes place in June and celebrates the strawberry harvest with food stalls, live music and more. However, even something as simple as the weekly summer farmers' markets in downtown Troy can turn into a fun-filled community occasion.

Cultural Pursuits

Troy is no stranger to arts and culture. The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center on Main Street hosts regular art exhibitions and musical performances, as well as a range of classes and workshops. The Mayflower Arts Center also puts on exhibitions, shows indie films, hosts lectures and gives art classes.

The Great Outdoors

There are 12 different city parks in Troy, some of which have great recreational facilities, including basketball courts, softball fields, baseball diamonds and tennis courts. A skate park can be found on North Ridge Avenue. The Brukner Nature Center is a 165-acre nature preserve that aims to rehabilitate wildlife; it also offers educational facilities. It has six miles of walking trails so you can really get up close and personal with the local wildlife. There are businesses in the area that offer rent canoes and kayaks if you want to have a water adventure.

Life in Troy
+

You'll find a lot happening in Troy, no matter the day or season. You just can't drink in the Overfield Tavern anymore. There's a fairly relaxed way of life in the town if you choose to embrace it, but it's not far from Dayton if you prefer things to be more fast-paced every now and again.

Community Events

Residents of Troy aren't lacking in community spirit, and you'll find the frequent events and happenings in the town reflect that. One of the highlights of the calendar is the Troy Strawberry Festival, an annual event that takes place in June and celebrates the strawberry harvest with food stalls, live music and more. However, even something as simple as the weekly summer farmers' markets in downtown Troy can turn into a fun-filled community occasion.

Cultural Pursuits

Troy is no stranger to arts and culture. The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center on Main Street hosts regular art exhibitions and musical performances, as well as a range of classes and workshops. The Mayflower Arts Center also puts on exhibitions, shows indie films, hosts lectures and gives art classes.

The Great Outdoors

There are 12 different city parks in Troy, some of which have great recreational facilities, including basketball courts, softball fields, baseball diamonds and tennis courts. A skate park can be found on North Ridge Avenue. The Brukner Nature Center is a 165-acre nature preserve that aims to rehabilitate wildlife; it also offers educational facilities. It has six miles of walking trails so you can really get up close and personal with the local wildlife. There are businesses in the area that offer rent canoes and kayaks if you want to have a water adventure.

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City Guide

Troy
Troy is home to one of the oldest surviving taverns in the state of Ohio, the Overfield Tavern, which was built in 1808. It now houses a museum.
Troy is home to one of the oldest surviving taverns in the state of Ohio, the Overfield Tavern, which was built in 1808. It now houses a museum.

Troy is far from being the largest place on Earth (according to the 2010 Census, its population is 25,058, and it covers less than 12 square miles) but it has grown a lot since 1833, when it had just 80 homes, a jail, courthouse, two taverns and seven stores. However, for a town of its size, there's a surprising amount going on. As such, it's the perfect place to make your home if you'd like to live somewhere that combines small-town sensibilities with the kinds of cultural pursuits that you'd expect to find in a bigger city.

Renting in Troy

The percentage of homes occupied by renters in Troy is well above the average for both the state of Ohio and the United States as a whole, which means the rental market is booming. Rental homes are fairly easy to come by, so you should find your ideal property easily.

What Will You Need?

You're not going to need anything too fancy to move into a rental property in Troy. It's not like your landlord or Realtor is going to make you quest for hidden treasure or bowl a perfect game before you're allowed to move into your rental apartment. However, you will need to show your credit history, rental history, references and some proof of income.

What's it Going to Cost?

What it costs to move in will all depend on the size and type of property you choose to live in. However, you'll generally be asked to pay a whole month's worth of rent, plus a sizable security deposit, which is usually equal to or more than your monthly rent.

It's unlikely that anything will go drastically wrong during your apartment search, but things might not always go as smoothly as you'd hope. Therefore, it's generally advisable to start looking for a place to rent roughly four to six weeks before the date on which you want to move in. This will give you enough time to find a place that you love and allow for any hitches or hold ups.

Renting in Troy
+

The percentage of homes occupied by renters in Troy is well above the average for both the state of Ohio and the United States as a whole, which means the rental market is booming. Rental homes are fairly easy to come by, so you should find your ideal property easily.

What Will You Need?

You're not going to need anything too fancy to move into a rental property in Troy. It's not like your landlord or Realtor is going to make you quest for hidden treasure or bowl a perfect game before you're allowed to move into your rental apartment. However, you will need to show your credit history, rental history, references and some proof of income.

What's it Going to Cost?

What it costs to move in will all depend on the size and type of property you choose to live in. However, you'll generally be asked to pay a whole month's worth of rent, plus a sizable security deposit, which is usually equal to or more than your monthly rent.

It's unlikely that anything will go drastically wrong during your apartment search, but things might not always go as smoothly as you'd hope. Therefore, it's generally advisable to start looking for a place to rent roughly four to six weeks before the date on which you want to move in. This will give you enough time to find a place that you love and allow for any hitches or hold ups.

Neighborhoods in Troy

As you now know, Troy is a historic settlement, dating back to the early 1800s, so you will find a fair amount of difference between the town's neighborhoods. Much of the center is fairly walkable, but developments have spread further out and might have fewer amenities near by.

Staunton: Homes in this neighborhood tend to be either small or medium-sized, and there is a good mix of houses and apartment complexes.

City Center: The center of Troy has recently been rejuvenated, courtesy of the Troy Main Street project. You'll generally find older properties in this neighborhood, built before the 1940s, with some historic buildings. It's conveniently located near a range of shops and eateries.

Eldean: This neighborhood contains a lot of newer homes. Rental homes in this area are generally on the smaller side and are fairly evenly split between houses and apartments.

Swailes Road: You'll mostly find medium-sized and large houses in this area. You're a bit further out from the center, but homes tend to have bigger yards and are more modern.

Neighborhoods in Troy
+

As you now know, Troy is a historic settlement, dating back to the early 1800s, so you will find a fair amount of difference between the town's neighborhoods. Much of the center is fairly walkable, but developments have spread further out and might have fewer amenities near by.

Staunton: Homes in this neighborhood tend to be either small or medium-sized, and there is a good mix of houses and apartment complexes.

City Center: The center of Troy has recently been rejuvenated, courtesy of the Troy Main Street project. You'll generally find older properties in this neighborhood, built before the 1940s, with some historic buildings. It's conveniently located near a range of shops and eateries.

Eldean: This neighborhood contains a lot of newer homes. Rental homes in this area are generally on the smaller side and are fairly evenly split between houses and apartments.

Swailes Road: You'll mostly find medium-sized and large houses in this area. You're a bit further out from the center, but homes tend to have bigger yards and are more modern.

Life in Troy

You'll find a lot happening in Troy, no matter the day or season. You just can't drink in the Overfield Tavern anymore. There's a fairly relaxed way of life in the town if you choose to embrace it, but it's not far from Dayton if you prefer things to be more fast-paced every now and again.

Community Events

Residents of Troy aren't lacking in community spirit, and you'll find the frequent events and happenings in the town reflect that. One of the highlights of the calendar is the Troy Strawberry Festival, an annual event that takes place in June and celebrates the strawberry harvest with food stalls, live music and more. However, even something as simple as the weekly summer farmers' markets in downtown Troy can turn into a fun-filled community occasion.

Cultural Pursuits

Troy is no stranger to arts and culture. The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center on Main Street hosts regular art exhibitions and musical performances, as well as a range of classes and workshops. The Mayflower Arts Center also puts on exhibitions, shows indie films, hosts lectures and gives art classes.

The Great Outdoors

There are 12 different city parks in Troy, some of which have great recreational facilities, including basketball courts, softball fields, baseball diamonds and tennis courts. A skate park can be found on North Ridge Avenue. The Brukner Nature Center is a 165-acre nature preserve that aims to rehabilitate wildlife; it also offers educational facilities. It has six miles of walking trails so you can really get up close and personal with the local wildlife. There are businesses in the area that offer rent canoes and kayaks if you want to have a water adventure.

Life in Troy
+

You'll find a lot happening in Troy, no matter the day or season. You just can't drink in the Overfield Tavern anymore. There's a fairly relaxed way of life in the town if you choose to embrace it, but it's not far from Dayton if you prefer things to be more fast-paced every now and again.

Community Events

Residents of Troy aren't lacking in community spirit, and you'll find the frequent events and happenings in the town reflect that. One of the highlights of the calendar is the Troy Strawberry Festival, an annual event that takes place in June and celebrates the strawberry harvest with food stalls, live music and more. However, even something as simple as the weekly summer farmers' markets in downtown Troy can turn into a fun-filled community occasion.

Cultural Pursuits

Troy is no stranger to arts and culture. The Troy-Hayner Cultural Center on Main Street hosts regular art exhibitions and musical performances, as well as a range of classes and workshops. The Mayflower Arts Center also puts on exhibitions, shows indie films, hosts lectures and gives art classes.

The Great Outdoors

There are 12 different city parks in Troy, some of which have great recreational facilities, including basketball courts, softball fields, baseball diamonds and tennis courts. A skate park can be found on North Ridge Avenue. The Brukner Nature Center is a 165-acre nature preserve that aims to rehabilitate wildlife; it also offers educational facilities. It has six miles of walking trails so you can really get up close and personal with the local wildlife. There are businesses in the area that offer rent canoes and kayaks if you want to have a water adventure.