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3 Apartments for rent in Fredericksburg, TX

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712 Shumard Ln
712 Shumard Ln
Fredericksburg, TX
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
1729 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:42 AM
Great Location - Newly completed construction!!! Be the first to live in this Hill Country style limestone home. This spacious three bedrooms two bathrooms has so much to offer. Living-dining room showcases beautiful tile flooring.
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1206 Kyle Ln.
1206 Kyle Ln
Fredericksburg, TX
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
2314 sqft
Last updated September 24 at 09:41 AM
1206 Kyle Ln. Available 12/02/20 Stunning Property - Open concept 3 bedrooms 2 and a half bath plus office. Offers with a split floor plan, two dining areas. The living room beautiful stone fireplace.
1 Unit Available
619 Paintbrush Hollow
619 Paintbrush Hollow Street
Fredericksburg, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1662 sqft
Last updated May 2 at 11:50 AM
Great Space !!! - Very well maintained 3/2 brick home located in a cul-de-sac. Open concept floorplan, sunroom, and eat-in kitchen. Dishwasher, electric stove, refrigerator plus high-efficiency washer and dryer are included.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Fredericksburg. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Our Lady of the Lake University, St Philip's College, San Antonio College, St. Mary's University, and The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Fredericksburg. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Our Lady of the Lake University, St Philip's College, San Antonio College, St. Mary's University, and The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
City GuideFredericksburg
Chester William Nimitz, the Fleet Admiral of the United States Navy during World War II, was born in Fredericksburg in 1885. He went on to play a major role in U.S. naval history as Commander in Chief of the United States Pacific Fleet and Commander in Chief of the Pacific Ocean Areas throughout North America's involvement in the war.
Chester William Nimitz, the Fleet Admiral of the United States Navy during World War II, was born in Fredericksburg in 1885. He went on to play a major role in U.S. naval history as Commander in Chief of the United States Pacific Fleet and Commander in Chief of the Pacific Ocean Areas throughout North America's involvement in the war.

The city of Fredericksburg is the seat of Gillespie County, in Texas. It has been recognized as the Peach Capital of Texas, though there are also a multitude of herb and lavender farms in the area, and viticulture proliferates. The reason why these particular crops do so well in Fredericksburg is in-part due to the lovely light, sandy soils, together with the idyllic climate, which is semi-arid, where the summers are hot, and the winters remain mild on the whole. The city is located around 63 miles north of San Antonio, and approximately 67 miles west of Austin. The population is approximately 10,500, according to the census carried out in 2010.

Moving to Fredericksburg

Fortunately, for those who wish to find an apartment in Fredericksburg, the cost of renting is substantially lower than the national average cost to rent an apartment. In fact, this is reflected as a general rule, whereby the cost of living in Fredericksburg is a healthy slice less than the national cost of living. Nevertheless, it's wise not to hang around when you are looking for a place. There's limited availability, which in turn means that frequently, when there is a vacancy, it's not long before it's snapped up. As such, when you do see something you find attractive, be sure to offer a deposit on it, normally equivalent to a single month's rent. You'll likely also be asked for a month's rent in advance, and the landlord may have stipulated that any prospective tenant should provide proof of income and undergo a credit check. Some landlords don't bother about the credit check, where others make it a matter of life and death.

Moving to Fredericksburg
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Fortunately, for those who wish to find an apartment in Fredericksburg, the cost of renting is substantially lower than the national average cost to rent an apartment. In fact, this is reflected as a general rule, whereby the cost of living in Fredericksburg is a healthy slice less than the national cost of living. Nevertheless, it's wise not to hang around when you are looking for a place. There's limited availability, which in turn means that frequently, when there is a vacancy, it's not long before it's snapped up. As such, when you do see something you find attractive, be sure to offer a deposit on it, normally equivalent to a single month's rent. You'll likely also be asked for a month's rent in advance, and the landlord may have stipulated that any prospective tenant should provide proof of income and undergo a credit check. Some landlords don't bother about the credit check, where others make it a matter of life and death.

Neighborhoods in Fredericksburg

Though there's little to be had in terms of city apartments in Fredericksburg, there are a few other apartments for rent. It's wise however to maintain a level of flexibility in mind so as to avoid any disappointment if you can't find your perfect pad.

South Creek Street: South Creek Street offers a variety of one-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom apartments for rent. There's a gas station within close proximity, in addition to six restaurants. The restaurants include Charlie's Grill and Golf, and there's a Domino's Pizza.

East Highway Street: Located just off U.S. Highway 290, which travels directly through the heart of the town, East Highway Street is reportedly a crime-free area. Among the choice of local amenities is one gas station, a Walmart and seven restaurants.

Westmoor Street: With a single Shell gas station on North Milam, Westmoor Street makes for a relatively quiet part of town.

Forest Trail Drive: Situated just off U.S. Highway 290, Forest Trail Drive offers plenty of restaurants and a couple of gas stations, all located merely a stones-throw away.

Neighborhoods in Fredericksburg
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Though there's little to be had in terms of city apartments in Fredericksburg, there are a few other apartments for rent. It's wise however to maintain a level of flexibility in mind so as to avoid any disappointment if you can't find your perfect pad.

South Creek Street: South Creek Street offers a variety of one-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom apartments for rent. There's a gas station within close proximity, in addition to six restaurants. The restaurants include Charlie's Grill and Golf, and there's a Domino's Pizza.

East Highway Street: Located just off U.S. Highway 290, which travels directly through the heart of the town, East Highway Street is reportedly a crime-free area. Among the choice of local amenities is one gas station, a Walmart and seven restaurants.

Westmoor Street: With a single Shell gas station on North Milam, Westmoor Street makes for a relatively quiet part of town.

Forest Trail Drive: Situated just off U.S. Highway 290, Forest Trail Drive offers plenty of restaurants and a couple of gas stations, all located merely a stones-throw away.

Living in Fredericksburg

A super way to get around the city of Fredericksburg, and well beyond for that matter, is to use the cycling trails that proliferate within the area. Those who need to commute further afield for work are well served in terms of the road network. U.S. Highway 290 travels east to west across Texas, and directly through the heart of the city. U.S. Highway 87 heads north-south, beginning near the Gulf Coast and journeys through San Antonio to the New Mexico border, connecting to U.S. Highway 290 near Fredericksburg. Gillespie County Airport is located only 2 miles from downtown Fredericksburg.

The National Museum of the Pacific War on East Main St which was formerly called the Nimitz Museum, after Fleet Admiral Chester William Nimitz, is the United States' only museum that is centered on the Pacific campaign during WWII. Well worthy of a visit, particularly if you covet 20th century North American history. Following on from a stop-off at the National Museum of the Pacific War, if you're a real down-and-dirty history buff, then you might well wish to check out the Admiral Nimitz State Historic Site. This establishment focuses more on Nimitz' personal life in terms of how he directly influenced the outcome of the war. Enchanted Rock State Park on Ranch Road offers its visitors so much to do and see. Some of the highlights include beautiful geologic formations, rock climbing, hiking, bird watching, and picnicking for those that prefer to avoid all the hub-bub and just chill instead.

Living in Fredericksburg
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A super way to get around the city of Fredericksburg, and well beyond for that matter, is to use the cycling trails that proliferate within the area. Those who need to commute further afield for work are well served in terms of the road network. U.S. Highway 290 travels east to west across Texas, and directly through the heart of the city. U.S. Highway 87 heads north-south, beginning near the Gulf Coast and journeys through San Antonio to the New Mexico border, connecting to U.S. Highway 290 near Fredericksburg. Gillespie County Airport is located only 2 miles from downtown Fredericksburg.

The National Museum of the Pacific War on East Main St which was formerly called the Nimitz Museum, after Fleet Admiral Chester William Nimitz, is the United States' only museum that is centered on the Pacific campaign during WWII. Well worthy of a visit, particularly if you covet 20th century North American history. Following on from a stop-off at the National Museum of the Pacific War, if you're a real down-and-dirty history buff, then you might well wish to check out the Admiral Nimitz State Historic Site. This establishment focuses more on Nimitz' personal life in terms of how he directly influenced the outcome of the war. Enchanted Rock State Park on Ranch Road offers its visitors so much to do and see. Some of the highlights include beautiful geologic formations, rock climbing, hiking, bird watching, and picnicking for those that prefer to avoid all the hub-bub and just chill instead.

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City GuideFredericksburg
Chester William Nimitz, the Fleet Admiral of the United States Navy during World War II, was born in Fredericksburg in 1885. He went on to play a major role in U.S. naval history as Commander in Chief of the United States Pacific Fleet and Commander in Chief of the Pacific Ocean Areas throughout North America's involvement in the war.
Chester William Nimitz, the Fleet Admiral of the United States Navy during World War II, was born in Fredericksburg in 1885. He went on to play a major role in U.S. naval history as Commander in Chief of the United States Pacific Fleet and Commander in Chief of the Pacific Ocean Areas throughout North America's involvement in the war.

The city of Fredericksburg is the seat of Gillespie County, in Texas. It has been recognized as the Peach Capital of Texas, though there are also a multitude of herb and lavender farms in the area, and viticulture proliferates. The reason why these particular crops do so well in Fredericksburg is in-part due to the lovely light, sandy soils, together with the idyllic climate, which is semi-arid, where the summers are hot, and the winters remain mild on the whole. The city is located around 63 miles north of San Antonio, and approximately 67 miles west of Austin. The population is approximately 10,500, according to the census carried out in 2010.

Moving to Fredericksburg

Fortunately, for those who wish to find an apartment in Fredericksburg, the cost of renting is substantially lower than the national average cost to rent an apartment. In fact, this is reflected as a general rule, whereby the cost of living in Fredericksburg is a healthy slice less than the national cost of living. Nevertheless, it's wise not to hang around when you are looking for a place. There's limited availability, which in turn means that frequently, when there is a vacancy, it's not long before it's snapped up. As such, when you do see something you find attractive, be sure to offer a deposit on it, normally equivalent to a single month's rent. You'll likely also be asked for a month's rent in advance, and the landlord may have stipulated that any prospective tenant should provide proof of income and undergo a credit check. Some landlords don't bother about the credit check, where others make it a matter of life and death.

Moving to Fredericksburg
+

Fortunately, for those who wish to find an apartment in Fredericksburg, the cost of renting is substantially lower than the national average cost to rent an apartment. In fact, this is reflected as a general rule, whereby the cost of living in Fredericksburg is a healthy slice less than the national cost of living. Nevertheless, it's wise not to hang around when you are looking for a place. There's limited availability, which in turn means that frequently, when there is a vacancy, it's not long before it's snapped up. As such, when you do see something you find attractive, be sure to offer a deposit on it, normally equivalent to a single month's rent. You'll likely also be asked for a month's rent in advance, and the landlord may have stipulated that any prospective tenant should provide proof of income and undergo a credit check. Some landlords don't bother about the credit check, where others make it a matter of life and death.

Neighborhoods in Fredericksburg

Though there's little to be had in terms of city apartments in Fredericksburg, there are a few other apartments for rent. It's wise however to maintain a level of flexibility in mind so as to avoid any disappointment if you can't find your perfect pad.

South Creek Street: South Creek Street offers a variety of one-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom apartments for rent. There's a gas station within close proximity, in addition to six restaurants. The restaurants include Charlie's Grill and Golf, and there's a Domino's Pizza.

East Highway Street: Located just off U.S. Highway 290, which travels directly through the heart of the town, East Highway Street is reportedly a crime-free area. Among the choice of local amenities is one gas station, a Walmart and seven restaurants.

Westmoor Street: With a single Shell gas station on North Milam, Westmoor Street makes for a relatively quiet part of town.

Forest Trail Drive: Situated just off U.S. Highway 290, Forest Trail Drive offers plenty of restaurants and a couple of gas stations, all located merely a stones-throw away.

Neighborhoods in Fredericksburg
+

Though there's little to be had in terms of city apartments in Fredericksburg, there are a few other apartments for rent. It's wise however to maintain a level of flexibility in mind so as to avoid any disappointment if you can't find your perfect pad.

South Creek Street: South Creek Street offers a variety of one-bedroom apartments and two-bedroom apartments for rent. There's a gas station within close proximity, in addition to six restaurants. The restaurants include Charlie's Grill and Golf, and there's a Domino's Pizza.

East Highway Street: Located just off U.S. Highway 290, which travels directly through the heart of the town, East Highway Street is reportedly a crime-free area. Among the choice of local amenities is one gas station, a Walmart and seven restaurants.

Westmoor Street: With a single Shell gas station on North Milam, Westmoor Street makes for a relatively quiet part of town.

Forest Trail Drive: Situated just off U.S. Highway 290, Forest Trail Drive offers plenty of restaurants and a couple of gas stations, all located merely a stones-throw away.

Living in Fredericksburg

A super way to get around the city of Fredericksburg, and well beyond for that matter, is to use the cycling trails that proliferate within the area. Those who need to commute further afield for work are well served in terms of the road network. U.S. Highway 290 travels east to west across Texas, and directly through the heart of the city. U.S. Highway 87 heads north-south, beginning near the Gulf Coast and journeys through San Antonio to the New Mexico border, connecting to U.S. Highway 290 near Fredericksburg. Gillespie County Airport is located only 2 miles from downtown Fredericksburg.

The National Museum of the Pacific War on East Main St which was formerly called the Nimitz Museum, after Fleet Admiral Chester William Nimitz, is the United States' only museum that is centered on the Pacific campaign during WWII. Well worthy of a visit, particularly if you covet 20th century North American history. Following on from a stop-off at the National Museum of the Pacific War, if you're a real down-and-dirty history buff, then you might well wish to check out the Admiral Nimitz State Historic Site. This establishment focuses more on Nimitz' personal life in terms of how he directly influenced the outcome of the war. Enchanted Rock State Park on Ranch Road offers its visitors so much to do and see. Some of the highlights include beautiful geologic formations, rock climbing, hiking, bird watching, and picnicking for those that prefer to avoid all the hub-bub and just chill instead.

Living in Fredericksburg
+

A super way to get around the city of Fredericksburg, and well beyond for that matter, is to use the cycling trails that proliferate within the area. Those who need to commute further afield for work are well served in terms of the road network. U.S. Highway 290 travels east to west across Texas, and directly through the heart of the city. U.S. Highway 87 heads north-south, beginning near the Gulf Coast and journeys through San Antonio to the New Mexico border, connecting to U.S. Highway 290 near Fredericksburg. Gillespie County Airport is located only 2 miles from downtown Fredericksburg.

The National Museum of the Pacific War on East Main St which was formerly called the Nimitz Museum, after Fleet Admiral Chester William Nimitz, is the United States' only museum that is centered on the Pacific campaign during WWII. Well worthy of a visit, particularly if you covet 20th century North American history. Following on from a stop-off at the National Museum of the Pacific War, if you're a real down-and-dirty history buff, then you might well wish to check out the Admiral Nimitz State Historic Site. This establishment focuses more on Nimitz' personal life in terms of how he directly influenced the outcome of the war. Enchanted Rock State Park on Ranch Road offers its visitors so much to do and see. Some of the highlights include beautiful geologic formations, rock climbing, hiking, bird watching, and picnicking for those that prefer to avoid all the hub-bub and just chill instead.