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4 Apartments for rent in Jasper, TX

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103 W Gibson Street
103 W Gibson St
Jasper, TX
Studio
$6,575
5260 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:15 PM
5,260 SF. currently housing a medical and dental clinic. Two seperate reception areas, bathrooms, waiting rooms, and employee parking in rear. Available after March 31,2020. $6,575.00 per month. Modifications to space are availiable.
1 Unit Available
908 Verna
908 Verna St
Jasper, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1638 sqft
Last updated April 15 at 09:23 AM
Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, 2 carport on Verna in Jasper. Available for a 12 month lease. No smoking or pets. Call for more information.
1 Unit Available
804 Hunterwood
804 Hunterwood Dr
Jasper, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
2273 sqft
Last updated May 27 at 07:21 PM
Conveniently located family home on the corner of Verna and Hunterwood. 3 BR, 2 BA with spacious, high ceiling living room, step down to den/dining area with built ins, large kitchen with breakfast and desk area.
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154 Roadrunner
154 Roadrunner Dr
Sam Rayburn, TX
3 Bedrooms
$950
954 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 06:15 PM
3 bedroom/ 2 bath mobile home located in Rayburn Country near the lake. Property comes unfurnished with no utilities however it does have a fridge, stove, dishwasher, kitchen table and chairs.
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Apartment Rentals in Jasper start at $1,200/month.
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City Guide

Jasper
Jasper is known as the "Butterfly Capital of Texas," and this little town will get your heart fluttering
Jasper is known as the "Butterfly Capital of Texas," and this little town will get your heart fluttering

On the first Saturday in October, residents of Jasper, Texas, celebrate the annual migration of the Monarch butterfly, as they flee the approaching winter cold and make their way south to the welcoming warmth of the regions closer to the equator (look closely and you might catch a northerner or two following behind). The annual Butterfly Festival is part of the Fall Festival in Jasper. In the spring, residents celebrate the Azalea Festival in March to welcome the newly blooming azaleas.

Moving to Jasper

Looking for places to rent in Jasper? If you search for apartments or rental homes in Jasper, you will have to look hard. There are not many available units at any given time, but they do come around. If you're looking for an apartment to rent, there are a number of buildings scattered across the city, some with utilities included. Most house rentals and apartment rentals in Jasper will be located in the Rollingwood and Forest Hills areas than in the downtown core of the city. Other than that, there aren't really official neighborhoods in Jasper, which really just makes your search easier.

Moving to Jasper
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Looking for places to rent in Jasper? If you search for apartments or rental homes in Jasper, you will have to look hard. There are not many available units at any given time, but they do come around. If you're looking for an apartment to rent, there are a number of buildings scattered across the city, some with utilities included. Most house rentals and apartment rentals in Jasper will be located in the Rollingwood and Forest Hills areas than in the downtown core of the city. Other than that, there aren't really official neighborhoods in Jasper, which really just makes your search easier.

Living in Jasper

Jasper is a small town of 7,590, and lies in the "Deep East Texas" region. It is surrounded by tall pines and boasts lakes that have become a paradise for anglers and outdoor enthusiasts. Fishing tournaments -- particularly for bass -- seem to be the most popular way to spend time, and many companies sponsor the events to support local charities. Jasper is also known as the "Jewel of the Forest," not only because the forestry industry is the biggest employer in Jasper County, but also because the mild winters and plentiful year-round activities make it the ideal place to live. Transplanted residents appreciate the small-town feel and big city amenities -- it's only a short commute to urban centers like Beaumont, Texas, or Lake Charles, Louisiana. The low cost of living, low crime rate, top-notch schools, and quality medical facilities make Jasper a viable choice for many.

To get around in Jasper, walkers (not the Texas Ranger kind) can access most of the city by foot -- you won't find a transit system here. Bicycles and pedestrians abound, but even the farthest point of the city can be reached easily on your own steam. If you're in a hurry, drive or find a taxi.

When you're looking for some food, and can't be bothered to cook, check out local favorites Hamburger Depot and Martin's Mexican Restaurant.

Festivals, fishing, and great amenities they're all waiting for you in Jasper!

Living in Jasper
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Jasper is a small town of 7,590, and lies in the "Deep East Texas" region. It is surrounded by tall pines and boasts lakes that have become a paradise for anglers and outdoor enthusiasts. Fishing tournaments -- particularly for bass -- seem to be the most popular way to spend time, and many companies sponsor the events to support local charities. Jasper is also known as the "Jewel of the Forest," not only because the forestry industry is the biggest employer in Jasper County, but also because the mild winters and plentiful year-round activities make it the ideal place to live. Transplanted residents appreciate the small-town feel and big city amenities -- it's only a short commute to urban centers like Beaumont, Texas, or Lake Charles, Louisiana. The low cost of living, low crime rate, top-notch schools, and quality medical facilities make Jasper a viable choice for many.

To get around in Jasper, walkers (not the Texas Ranger kind) can access most of the city by foot -- you won't find a transit system here. Bicycles and pedestrians abound, but even the farthest point of the city can be reached easily on your own steam. If you're in a hurry, drive or find a taxi.

When you're looking for some food, and can't be bothered to cook, check out local favorites Hamburger Depot and Martin's Mexican Restaurant.

Festivals, fishing, and great amenities they're all waiting for you in Jasper!

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City Guide

Jasper
Jasper is known as the "Butterfly Capital of Texas," and this little town will get your heart fluttering
Jasper is known as the "Butterfly Capital of Texas," and this little town will get your heart fluttering

On the first Saturday in October, residents of Jasper, Texas, celebrate the annual migration of the Monarch butterfly, as they flee the approaching winter cold and make their way south to the welcoming warmth of the regions closer to the equator (look closely and you might catch a northerner or two following behind). The annual Butterfly Festival is part of the Fall Festival in Jasper. In the spring, residents celebrate the Azalea Festival in March to welcome the newly blooming azaleas.

Moving to Jasper

Looking for places to rent in Jasper? If you search for apartments or rental homes in Jasper, you will have to look hard. There are not many available units at any given time, but they do come around. If you're looking for an apartment to rent, there are a number of buildings scattered across the city, some with utilities included. Most house rentals and apartment rentals in Jasper will be located in the Rollingwood and Forest Hills areas than in the downtown core of the city. Other than that, there aren't really official neighborhoods in Jasper, which really just makes your search easier.

Moving to Jasper
+

Looking for places to rent in Jasper? If you search for apartments or rental homes in Jasper, you will have to look hard. There are not many available units at any given time, but they do come around. If you're looking for an apartment to rent, there are a number of buildings scattered across the city, some with utilities included. Most house rentals and apartment rentals in Jasper will be located in the Rollingwood and Forest Hills areas than in the downtown core of the city. Other than that, there aren't really official neighborhoods in Jasper, which really just makes your search easier.

Living in Jasper

Jasper is a small town of 7,590, and lies in the "Deep East Texas" region. It is surrounded by tall pines and boasts lakes that have become a paradise for anglers and outdoor enthusiasts. Fishing tournaments -- particularly for bass -- seem to be the most popular way to spend time, and many companies sponsor the events to support local charities. Jasper is also known as the "Jewel of the Forest," not only because the forestry industry is the biggest employer in Jasper County, but also because the mild winters and plentiful year-round activities make it the ideal place to live. Transplanted residents appreciate the small-town feel and big city amenities -- it's only a short commute to urban centers like Beaumont, Texas, or Lake Charles, Louisiana. The low cost of living, low crime rate, top-notch schools, and quality medical facilities make Jasper a viable choice for many.

To get around in Jasper, walkers (not the Texas Ranger kind) can access most of the city by foot -- you won't find a transit system here. Bicycles and pedestrians abound, but even the farthest point of the city can be reached easily on your own steam. If you're in a hurry, drive or find a taxi.

When you're looking for some food, and can't be bothered to cook, check out local favorites Hamburger Depot and Martin's Mexican Restaurant.

Festivals, fishing, and great amenities they're all waiting for you in Jasper!

Living in Jasper
+

Jasper is a small town of 7,590, and lies in the "Deep East Texas" region. It is surrounded by tall pines and boasts lakes that have become a paradise for anglers and outdoor enthusiasts. Fishing tournaments -- particularly for bass -- seem to be the most popular way to spend time, and many companies sponsor the events to support local charities. Jasper is also known as the "Jewel of the Forest," not only because the forestry industry is the biggest employer in Jasper County, but also because the mild winters and plentiful year-round activities make it the ideal place to live. Transplanted residents appreciate the small-town feel and big city amenities -- it's only a short commute to urban centers like Beaumont, Texas, or Lake Charles, Louisiana. The low cost of living, low crime rate, top-notch schools, and quality medical facilities make Jasper a viable choice for many.

To get around in Jasper, walkers (not the Texas Ranger kind) can access most of the city by foot -- you won't find a transit system here. Bicycles and pedestrians abound, but even the farthest point of the city can be reached easily on your own steam. If you're in a hurry, drive or find a taxi.

When you're looking for some food, and can't be bothered to cook, check out local favorites Hamburger Depot and Martin's Mexican Restaurant.

Festivals, fishing, and great amenities they're all waiting for you in Jasper!