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4 Apartments for rent in Camden, SC

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621 Chesnut Street
621 Chestnut Street
Camden, SC
2 Bedrooms
$945
1187 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 10:48 AM
Come tour this 2 bed, 1 bath home today! This unit has 1187 square feet of space, with amenities including a kitchen with a refrigerator and stove, hardwood floors, central air, ceiling fans, washer/dryer hookups and is freshly painted.
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601 Savage Street
601 Savage Street
Camden, SC
3 Bedrooms
$1,375
1649 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 10:48 AM
Come tour this 3 bed, 2 bath home today! This unit has 1649 square feet of space, with amenities including a kitchen with a refrigerator, stove, and dishwasher, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, central air, ceiling fans, washer/dryer
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2201 Forest Drive
2201 Forest Drive
Camden, SC
4 Bedrooms
$1,365
1887 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 10:48 AM
Come tour this four bed, two bath home today! This unit has 1887 square feet of space, fireplace, stainless steel appliances, central air, ceiling fans, washer/dryer hookups, and is freshly painted. With access to a fenced yard and porch.
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2303 Haile Street
2303 Haile Street Ext
Kershaw County, SC
2 Bedrooms
$1,025
1140 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 10:48 AM
***APPLY NOW AND RECEIVE $500 OFF ONE MONTH'S RENT*** Come tour this lovely 2 bed, 1 bath home today! This unit has 1140 square feet of space, with amenities such as stainless steel appliances, central air, ceiling fans, and wash/dryer hookups.
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1871 Summit Ridge Drive
1871 Summit Ridge Drive
Kershaw County, SC
3 Bedrooms
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883 Medfield Road
883 Medfield Road
Lugoff, SC
4 Bedrooms
$1,155
1152 sqft
Last updated June 25 at 05:37 PM
Come tour this four bed, one and a half bath home today! This unit has 1152 square feet of space, with amenities including a kitchen with a refrigerator, and stove, central air, ceiling fans, and washer/dryer hookups. With access to a carport.
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Apartment Rentals in Camden start at $900/month.
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While some Camden 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.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Camden. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Benedict College, Midlands Technical College, University of South Carolina-Columbia, University of South Carolina-Sumter, and Central Carolina Technical College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Camden. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Benedict College, Midlands Technical College, University of South Carolina-Columbia, University of South Carolina-Sumter, and Central Carolina Technical College.

City Guide

Camden
Camden, South Carolina is steeped in American history -- It is the oldest inland town in the state, the site of a major Revolutionary War battle and home to over 40 well-preserved Antebellum homes. In Camden, every day is like living in a history book.
Camden, South Carolina is steeped in American history -- It is the oldest inland town in the state, the site of a major Revolutionary War battle and home to over 40 well-preserved Antebellum homes. In Camden, every day is like living in a history book.

Home to just under 7,000 residents, Camden is all about American history and horse-racing. Historic sights include an outdoor Revolutionary War museum and various pre-Civil War buildings and mansions. Camden's also got a serious love for horses, most evident during its nearly year-round equestrian events, including racing, polo and steeplechase.

Moving to Camden

For a small town, the housing market is quite diverse in Camden. There's something for everyone, whether you're looking for a fancy Antebellum home with all the trimmings or a simple apartment with enough space for your 55-inch flat-screen TV.

If you're looking for a detached home, you're in luck. The vast majority of the home units in Camden are single unit detached homes. If you plan on renting, the majority of options will be single-family houses, such as three-bedroom houses for rent. If you're moving to Camden for its historic richness, the many 19th-century homes available just may entice you. Some date back to before the Civil War, however, so they don't exactly come cheap. If a gigantic old house is not your thing, there are a number of apartments for rent to consider. Roughly 5 percent of housing are apartment communities with 10 or more units.

Moving to Camden
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For a small town, the housing market is quite diverse in Camden. There's something for everyone, whether you're looking for a fancy Antebellum home with all the trimmings or a simple apartment with enough space for your 55-inch flat-screen TV.

If you're looking for a detached home, you're in luck. The vast majority of the home units in Camden are single unit detached homes. If you plan on renting, the majority of options will be single-family houses, such as three-bedroom houses for rent. If you're moving to Camden for its historic richness, the many 19th-century homes available just may entice you. Some date back to before the Civil War, however, so they don't exactly come cheap. If a gigantic old house is not your thing, there are a number of apartments for rent to consider. Roughly 5 percent of housing are apartment communities with 10 or more units.

Camden Neighborhoods

Camden might be small, but it's still large enough to have a few distinct areas you can choose to live in. The two major roads that run through Camden, Broad Street, running north and south, and Dekalb Street, running east and west, divide the town up roughly into four equal sections, each with its own distinct features and highlights.

Northeast Camden: If you want that classic white-picket-fence home, you will definitely find it in this picturesque area of town, filled with historic and stately homes with wrap-around porches and well-manicured lawns. This area is also home to Kendall Lake, the place to be for summer time fun.

Northwest Camden: This area not only has its fair share of pristine single-family homes, but also boasts a few apartment communities if you plan on renting an apartment. The Camden Country Club is also in this area.

Southwest Camden: You will find much more modestly-priced homes in this area of Camden, along with peace and quiet.

Southeast Camden: Home to the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County and the Historic Camden Revolutionary War site, this area is always buzzing. It's also home to a subdivision of new construction homes on Black River Rd.

Top Apartment Communities

Fox Run: A luxury apartment community on the outskirts of Southeast Camden. Whether you need a one-bedroom apartment or a place with a couple more rooms, you will find spacious, well-appointed apartments here, along with amenities like a pool and fitness center.

Camden Condos: Located on Mattison Street in Northwest Camden, this rental property features two-bedroom condo-style apartments complete with new kitchen appliances, marble bathroom sinks and private balconies.

Camden Neighborhoods
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Camden might be small, but it's still large enough to have a few distinct areas you can choose to live in. The two major roads that run through Camden, Broad Street, running north and south, and Dekalb Street, running east and west, divide the town up roughly into four equal sections, each with its own distinct features and highlights.

Northeast Camden: If you want that classic white-picket-fence home, you will definitely find it in this picturesque area of town, filled with historic and stately homes with wrap-around porches and well-manicured lawns. This area is also home to Kendall Lake, the place to be for summer time fun.

Northwest Camden: This area not only has its fair share of pristine single-family homes, but also boasts a few apartment communities if you plan on renting an apartment. The Camden Country Club is also in this area.

Southwest Camden: You will find much more modestly-priced homes in this area of Camden, along with peace and quiet.

Southeast Camden: Home to the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County and the Historic Camden Revolutionary War site, this area is always buzzing. It's also home to a subdivision of new construction homes on Black River Rd.

Top Apartment Communities

Fox Run: A luxury apartment community on the outskirts of Southeast Camden. Whether you need a one-bedroom apartment or a place with a couple more rooms, you will find spacious, well-appointed apartments here, along with amenities like a pool and fitness center.

Camden Condos: Located on Mattison Street in Northwest Camden, this rental property features two-bedroom condo-style apartments complete with new kitchen appliances, marble bathroom sinks and private balconies.

Living in Camden

Camden's got plenty to offer, despite its small size. Get gussied up for the Carolina Cup and other racing events at the Springdale Race Course. Explore historic relics and period mansions at Camden Revolutionary War Park. Grab a bite to eat in the central downtown area at restaurants like Hifalutin, a laid-back Southern-style grill, enjoy the ambiance at the stylish and upscale Sam Kendall's.

Good luck getting around if you don't have a car in this spread-out small town. You can certainly stroll through downtown on foot, but you definitely need a car 'round these parts. There is taxi services available when you don't feel like driving, but that is the extent of public transportation in Camden. Be sure to keep that gas tank filled to explore all that Camden has to offer.

Living in Camden
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Camden's got plenty to offer, despite its small size. Get gussied up for the Carolina Cup and other racing events at the Springdale Race Course. Explore historic relics and period mansions at Camden Revolutionary War Park. Grab a bite to eat in the central downtown area at restaurants like Hifalutin, a laid-back Southern-style grill, enjoy the ambiance at the stylish and upscale Sam Kendall's.

Good luck getting around if you don't have a car in this spread-out small town. You can certainly stroll through downtown on foot, but you definitely need a car 'round these parts. There is taxi services available when you don't feel like driving, but that is the extent of public transportation in Camden. Be sure to keep that gas tank filled to explore all that Camden has to offer.

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City Guide

Camden
Camden, South Carolina is steeped in American history -- It is the oldest inland town in the state, the site of a major Revolutionary War battle and home to over 40 well-preserved Antebellum homes. In Camden, every day is like living in a history book.
Camden, South Carolina is steeped in American history -- It is the oldest inland town in the state, the site of a major Revolutionary War battle and home to over 40 well-preserved Antebellum homes. In Camden, every day is like living in a history book.

Home to just under 7,000 residents, Camden is all about American history and horse-racing. Historic sights include an outdoor Revolutionary War museum and various pre-Civil War buildings and mansions. Camden's also got a serious love for horses, most evident during its nearly year-round equestrian events, including racing, polo and steeplechase.

Moving to Camden

For a small town, the housing market is quite diverse in Camden. There's something for everyone, whether you're looking for a fancy Antebellum home with all the trimmings or a simple apartment with enough space for your 55-inch flat-screen TV.

If you're looking for a detached home, you're in luck. The vast majority of the home units in Camden are single unit detached homes. If you plan on renting, the majority of options will be single-family houses, such as three-bedroom houses for rent. If you're moving to Camden for its historic richness, the many 19th-century homes available just may entice you. Some date back to before the Civil War, however, so they don't exactly come cheap. If a gigantic old house is not your thing, there are a number of apartments for rent to consider. Roughly 5 percent of housing are apartment communities with 10 or more units.

Moving to Camden
+

For a small town, the housing market is quite diverse in Camden. There's something for everyone, whether you're looking for a fancy Antebellum home with all the trimmings or a simple apartment with enough space for your 55-inch flat-screen TV.

If you're looking for a detached home, you're in luck. The vast majority of the home units in Camden are single unit detached homes. If you plan on renting, the majority of options will be single-family houses, such as three-bedroom houses for rent. If you're moving to Camden for its historic richness, the many 19th-century homes available just may entice you. Some date back to before the Civil War, however, so they don't exactly come cheap. If a gigantic old house is not your thing, there are a number of apartments for rent to consider. Roughly 5 percent of housing are apartment communities with 10 or more units.

Camden Neighborhoods

Camden might be small, but it's still large enough to have a few distinct areas you can choose to live in. The two major roads that run through Camden, Broad Street, running north and south, and Dekalb Street, running east and west, divide the town up roughly into four equal sections, each with its own distinct features and highlights.

Northeast Camden: If you want that classic white-picket-fence home, you will definitely find it in this picturesque area of town, filled with historic and stately homes with wrap-around porches and well-manicured lawns. This area is also home to Kendall Lake, the place to be for summer time fun.

Northwest Camden: This area not only has its fair share of pristine single-family homes, but also boasts a few apartment communities if you plan on renting an apartment. The Camden Country Club is also in this area.

Southwest Camden: You will find much more modestly-priced homes in this area of Camden, along with peace and quiet.

Southeast Camden: Home to the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County and the Historic Camden Revolutionary War site, this area is always buzzing. It's also home to a subdivision of new construction homes on Black River Rd.

Top Apartment Communities

Fox Run: A luxury apartment community on the outskirts of Southeast Camden. Whether you need a one-bedroom apartment or a place with a couple more rooms, you will find spacious, well-appointed apartments here, along with amenities like a pool and fitness center.

Camden Condos: Located on Mattison Street in Northwest Camden, this rental property features two-bedroom condo-style apartments complete with new kitchen appliances, marble bathroom sinks and private balconies.

Camden Neighborhoods
+

Camden might be small, but it's still large enough to have a few distinct areas you can choose to live in. The two major roads that run through Camden, Broad Street, running north and south, and Dekalb Street, running east and west, divide the town up roughly into four equal sections, each with its own distinct features and highlights.

Northeast Camden: If you want that classic white-picket-fence home, you will definitely find it in this picturesque area of town, filled with historic and stately homes with wrap-around porches and well-manicured lawns. This area is also home to Kendall Lake, the place to be for summer time fun.

Northwest Camden: This area not only has its fair share of pristine single-family homes, but also boasts a few apartment communities if you plan on renting an apartment. The Camden Country Club is also in this area.

Southwest Camden: You will find much more modestly-priced homes in this area of Camden, along with peace and quiet.

Southeast Camden: Home to the Fine Arts Center of Kershaw County and the Historic Camden Revolutionary War site, this area is always buzzing. It's also home to a subdivision of new construction homes on Black River Rd.

Top Apartment Communities

Fox Run: A luxury apartment community on the outskirts of Southeast Camden. Whether you need a one-bedroom apartment or a place with a couple more rooms, you will find spacious, well-appointed apartments here, along with amenities like a pool and fitness center.

Camden Condos: Located on Mattison Street in Northwest Camden, this rental property features two-bedroom condo-style apartments complete with new kitchen appliances, marble bathroom sinks and private balconies.

Living in Camden

Camden's got plenty to offer, despite its small size. Get gussied up for the Carolina Cup and other racing events at the Springdale Race Course. Explore historic relics and period mansions at Camden Revolutionary War Park. Grab a bite to eat in the central downtown area at restaurants like Hifalutin, a laid-back Southern-style grill, enjoy the ambiance at the stylish and upscale Sam Kendall's.

Good luck getting around if you don't have a car in this spread-out small town. You can certainly stroll through downtown on foot, but you definitely need a car 'round these parts. There is taxi services available when you don't feel like driving, but that is the extent of public transportation in Camden. Be sure to keep that gas tank filled to explore all that Camden has to offer.

Living in Camden
+

Camden's got plenty to offer, despite its small size. Get gussied up for the Carolina Cup and other racing events at the Springdale Race Course. Explore historic relics and period mansions at Camden Revolutionary War Park. Grab a bite to eat in the central downtown area at restaurants like Hifalutin, a laid-back Southern-style grill, enjoy the ambiance at the stylish and upscale Sam Kendall's.

Good luck getting around if you don't have a car in this spread-out small town. You can certainly stroll through downtown on foot, but you definitely need a car 'round these parts. There is taxi services available when you don't feel like driving, but that is the extent of public transportation in Camden. Be sure to keep that gas tank filled to explore all that Camden has to offer.