Cincinnati Apartments and Rentals on Walk Score
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- 2570 Madison Rd, Cincinnati
- Stetson Square
- 274 Senator, Cincinnati
- Campus Park at Cincinnati
- 2805 Digby, Cincinnati
- Live in this spacious three bedroom apartment next to a park and swimming pool. All Utilities Paid!!! Call us for an apointment to see this noice unit Monday thru Friday 10 to 4 at 513 662 8804
- Montana Valley
- Where coming home is the best part of your day!
- 356 Probasco, Cincinnati
- Live in this improving neighborhood. beside a park. Experiencing the hustle and bustle of the New Casino. All Utilities Paid!!! Call us Mon to Fri 10 to 4 to see this this nice 3 bedroom apartment 513 662 8804
- Gettysburg Square
- Heat and water paid!!!! Call us Monday through Friday 9 to 5 for Appointment (513)662 8804 Quiet area in Casino district
- Tower Place
- Williamsburg of Cincinnati
- Aspen Village
Average Apartment Costs in CincinnatiBased on the first few accommodations in this search, we found:
Studio apartments at an average cost of $450. The cheapest studio rent is $350. The most expensive studio price is $700.
One Bedroom apartments at an average cost of $535. The cheapest 1 bedroom rent is $395. The most expensive 1 bedroom price is $727.
Two Bedrooms apartments at an average cost of $650. The cheapest 2 bedroom rent is $500. The most expensive 2 bedroom price is $840.
Three Bedrooms apartments at an average cost of $800. The cheapest 3 bedroom rent is $625. The most expensive 3 bedroom price is $895.
Four Bedrooms apartments at an average cost of $925. The cheapest 4 bedroom rent is $825. The most expensive 4 bedroom price is $1300.
Five Bedrooms apartments at cost of $1200.