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275 apartments for rent near Sherman, TX

1313 Mallard Dr
Sherman
4 Bed
$1,600
417.5 N. Cleveland
Sherman
3 Bed
$1,025
2216 N Travis Street
Sherman
3 Bed
$1,350
800 Crestview Drive
Sherman
4 Bed
$1,800
1301 PRESTON Drive
Sherman
4 Bed
$2,500
1210 W Hunt Street
Sherman
2 Bed
$600
1401 Pheasant Drive
Sherman
4 Bed
$1,350
2225 N Shannon Street
Sherman
3 Bed
$1,000
1212 N Grant Drive
Sherman
3 Bed
$1,050
704 E Frisco Road E
Sherman
2 Bed
$525
La Salle Dr
Sherman
1 Bed
$525
La Salle Dr
Sherman
Studio
$475
N Travis St
Sherman
1 Bed
$825
N Travis St
Sherman
3 Bed
$1,205
N Travis St
Sherman
2 Bed
$975
N Travis St
Sherman
2 Bed
$1,050
N Travis St
Sherman
1 Bed
$745
La Salle Dr
Sherman
2 Bed
$599
Results within 1 miles of Sherman, TX
1548 Pioneer Valley
Howe
3 Bed
$1,295
Results within 5 miles of Sherman, TX
105 S Hickory Avenue
Denison
3 Bed
$1,150
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City Guide
Sherman

More conservative than Austin and less “city” than Dallas, Sherman may be a small town but there’s nothing “small town” about it. There's great shopping, local eateries, beautiful views (specifically around Lake Texoma), and apartment living that's just downright inexpensive.

While it may not be bursting with high-rise condos and downtown apartments, Sherman pretty much wrote the book on affordable apartment rentals. Whether you are looking for a two bedroom luxury apartment, a short-term lease or a one bedroom furnished apartment, Sherman has a ton to offer prospective renters. There are even a few retirement apartment communities located throughout the city for those looking for a quaint place to kick up their feet.

If you’re in the market for a one bedroom apartment, you’ll spend between $470 and $625 in Sherman. Two-bedrooms range between $570 and $900. That may sound like a large gap but it’s important to note that luxury apartments tend to be on the higher end of the pricing scale because they feature everything from gated access to campus shuttles to fitness centers, pet parks, running trails, online rent payments, and energy efficient appliances.

No worries if you don’t want to live the life of luxury. Basic apartment rentals in Sherman typically feature a swimming pool, clubhouse, free Wi-Fi, and some utilities included. If you’re literally moving with the clothes on your back, don’t sweat that either. Communities like Bridges on Travis or The Villas of Park Haven feature furnished apartments for rent. You can move in and feel right at home in no time.

A security deposit of $150 is pretty standard around town for actually getting your foot in your apartment door. Those with pets should expect to pay around $200 and adhere to some weight and breed restrictions. Somewhere in Sherman there is always a move-in special, so be sure to call the rental office or visit the website.

Sherman offers a perfectly balanced lifestyle that’s ideal for the city mouse or the country mouse. You won’t just find festivals, parades, and free concerts downtown. You’ll also find fishing, hiking, and some everything-is-bigger-in-Texas style shopping. So take a chance and let this be your guide to finding a new apartment in Sherman today. Happy hunting!