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153 apartments for rent near Murphy, TX

Results within 1 miles of Murphy, TX
Olympus Woodbridge
7700 Cody Ln
1 Bed
$1,009
2 Bed
$1,575
3 Bed
$2,186
Results within 5 miles of Murphy, TX
Aura One 90
680 Executive Dr
1 Bed
$1,135
2 Bed
$1,640
The Villas at Wylie
600 Woodbridge Pkwy
1 Bed
$910
2 Bed
$1,330
3 Bed
$1,907
Gateway Crossing
380 Vistacourt Dr
1 Bed
$950
2 Bed
$1,375
3 Bed
$2,035
1201 Park
1201 E Park Blvd
1 Bed
$799
2 Bed
$920
3 Bed
$1,437
Post Eastside
1801 N Greenville Ave
Studio
$1,650
1 Bed
$995
2 Bed
$1,490
Junction 15
930 E 15th St
Studio
$995
1 Bed
$1,129
2 Bed
$1,594
Canterbury Courts
2600 E Renner Rd
1 Bed
$1,074
2 Bed
$1,433
3 Bed
$1,655
Settler's Gate
1420 W McDermott Dr
1 Bed
$855
2 Bed
$1,136
3 Bed
$1,342
The Gateway
350 VistaCourt Drive
1 Bed
$1,130
2 Bed
$1,400
3 Bed
$1,999
Benton Pointe
205 Benton Dr
1 Bed
$902
2 Bed
$1,236
3 Bed
$1,355
Lansbrook at Twin Creeks Apartment Homes
505 Benton Dr
1 Bed
$951
2 Bed
$1,145
3 Bed
$1,520
Landmark at Spring Creek Apartment Homes
1802 Apollo Rd
1 Bed
$734
2 Bed
$1,121
3 Bed
$1,357
Twin Creeks Crossing
1090 W Exchange Pkwy
1 Bed
$1,080
2 Bed
$1,455
Landmark at Collin Creek Apartment Homes
2301 Pebble Vale Dr
1 Bed
$790
2 Bed
$1,258
3 Bed
$1,484
Shiloh Oaks
2379 Apollo Rd
1 Bed
$898
2 Bed
$1,071
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City Guide
Murphy
Moving to Town

If you're looking for two-bedroom apartments for rent, a studio apartment for rent or a condo for rent, you'll find your new abode here in suburban Murphy, just north and to the east of Dallas.

A popular community, you'll want to leave yourself a month to find the housing you want. Search the usual resources, such as online listings or community newspapers such as the Murphy Messenger, and walk and drive through the streets. These are great ways to familiarize yourself with the community and find the areas you'd enjoy living in. When you do find your dream rental, come ready to sign that lease. Bring your credit report, identification and some recent bank statements to win over your landlord.

Neighborhoods

You'll find a variety o rental housing in Murphy, where the streets are often lined with trees.

City Center: Here's where you'll find municipal buildings, shops and stores, as well as large- to medium-size single-family homes, condos and mobile homes. Many homes are newer, built after 2000, although some were built between 1970 and 1999. While many are owner occupied, rentals do exist -- you just have to get out and look for them.

Ranch Road: Like City Center, you'll find many newer buildings here, most constructed between 1970 and 1999. A mix of renters and owners reside in single-family homes, apartments and condos.

All About Murphy

Maxwell Creek, the name still prevalent (at least within the corners of the city), is designed to include a park-like planned community with offices, stores and homes in a walkable location. Nearby, the President George Bush Tollway makes commuting to the big city a breeze. In fact, this charming city placed #7 on the list of Best Places to Live in a Dallas magazine survey. While not a lot of Murphy's early history is still standing, an early school building stands as a classic hearken to the days past, now used as a Community Center with plenty of recreational activities offered to everyone in town.

Mania Murphy's Central Park is a beautiful and brand new open green space that offers plenty of opportunity for recreation activities and enjoying the warm Texas climate. The Parks and Recreation program and the Community Center both offer sports programs and arts classes designed for both kids and adults. There's a lot of community spirit here, and you'll find people really turn out to support and cheer on the sports programs. This is a friendly community with ongoing summer concerts and Little League teams, as well as classes from Robot Mania to painting. There's always something interesting going on in Murphy.

Once an agricultural community, the feeling of open green space has been kept alive in terms of urban planning, and you'll enjoy tree-lined streets and numerous small parks and parkettes. You can stroll along the creek and enjoy a little bird watching or take a fun hiking or biking trail right in town. One caveat: you will want to have a car if you move here. Most residents commute to work using their own vehicle, although a significant number do work at home. Commute times vary from 15 to 30 minutes on average.