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61 apartments for rent near Central Falls, RI

79 SUMMER ST
Central Falls
2 Bed
$695
Results within 1 miles of Central Falls, RI
19 W Carpenter st
Attleboro
2 Bed
$900
18 Ashton St
Pawtucket
2 Bed
$925
East St
Pawtucket
2 Bed
$1,100
Results within 5 miles of Central Falls, RI
Avalon at Center Place
50 Park Row W
Studio
$1,635
1 Bed
$1,780
2 Bed
$2,310
The River Lofts at Ashton Mill
51 Front St
1 Bed
$1,337
2 Bed
$2,313
75 HAZAEL ST
Federal Hill
2 Bed
$1,100
89 HUXLEY AV
Federal Hill
5 Bed
$3,950
75 Doyle Ave
College Hill
2 Bed
$1,300
46 Gesler St
Federal Hill
1 Bed
$750
903 PROVIDENCE PL # 123
Smith Hill
Studio
$1,425
903 Providence Place Unit 357
Smith Hill
1 Bed
$1,595
27 Scenery Ln
3 Bed
$1,375
262 MOUNT PLEASANT AV
Manton
3 Bed
$1,400
25 Sunbury St.
Federal Hill
2 Bed
$995
Orange St
Downtown Providence
1 Bed
$2,000
54 ARBOR DR # 1401
Federal Hill
2 Bed
$1,500
145 Hunts Ave
Pawtucket
1 Bed
$750
265 ATWELLS AV
Federal Hill
2 Bed
$1,800
139 RUGGLES ST # 1
Smith Hill
2 Bed
$750
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City Guide
Central Falls
Moving to Central Falls

For such a small city, Central Falls boasts a rich history. The first residents played a major role in ramping-up the country's textile industry, and a number of famous artists, entertainers and innovators were born and raised here.

Finding a rental apartment in Central Falls is easy and affordable, and you have endless options depending on your personal preferences. Any one of these neighborhoods is a great choice.

Neighborhoods

Downtown: The city's central neighborhood has a large concentration of gorgeous historical homes that have been remodeled into rental apartments. Most of the houses were built before the 1940s, and some date back to the 19th century. Unlike many densely populated cities, there aren't many high-rise apartments. Instead, you can find smaller buildings with two to four units each, ranging from studio-sized to 3-bedrooms.

Northern Central Falls: Nestled against the Blackstone River, the northern section of Central Falls has easy access to outdoor fun. Residents enjoy kayaking and canoeing, thanks to the Valley Falls Heritage Park. There are plenty of hot spots for sports lovers, too, including the High Street Ball Field and Macomber Stadium.

This part of Central Falls is bisected by RI Route 114, which connects the northern corner of the state -- the City of Woonsocket -- to the southern City of Newport. An affordable house rental is easy to come by in the Northern Central Falls neighborhood, and there is an abundance of city apartments available as well.

South Central Falls Historic District: The architecture in the South Central Falls Historic District is so impressive that the area has been added to the National Register of Historic Places. If you choose to make your home in this neighborhood, you can choose from designs that include Colonial Revival, Victorian and Greek revival, among others. The residential section of South Central Falls abuts the Central Falls Mill Historic District, which includes some of the textile manufacturing buildings that housed the city's founders.

If your taste runs to luxury apartments, you may have the most luck in this neighborhood. There are plenty of houses and duplexes for rent as well.

Western Central Falls: While many homes on the west side of Central Falls share their pre-1940 architecture with the rest of the city, this neighborhood also has a fair share of mid-20th century architecture. That means a little more variety in the rental apartment market.

The grand Moshassuck Cemetery is located in this area, offering a glimpse of history as you walk through the well-kept paths. For more vigorous exercise, check out the Higginson Avenue Sports Complex.

Fall in Love with the Falls

Central Falls packs a lot of living into just 1.3 square miles. No matter which neighborhood you choose, you will enjoy an abundance of small markets and shops in walking distance. Larger retail stores and supermarkets are just a quick drive. If you're living that car-free life, don't worry: There is an excellent state-wide public bus system that will get you anywhere you want to go.

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