From an edgy New York studio all the way through to an elegant modern home in Fort Worth, Texas, here you will find a nationwide tour of affordable rental accommodations at around $1000 a month. Feast your eyes on some outright bargains, and decide to live out of town or grit your teeth and marvel at the cost of living in the cityâ all while adding up the many advantages.
You can get straight to the heart of each property – all the good, the bad, and the maybe not so ideal. In the search for somewhere decent to live you do not want to waste time with a lot of deceptive descriptions. So cut to the chase right here. .. you decide if it’s a deal or not?
Asheville, North Carolina $1240 – Located in Hawthorne at the Peak, living in Asheville comes with sensational views and every outdoor activity you can imagine. Yet just five miles away is downtown Weaverville with every store, restaurant, and place of entertainment you could dream about.
Atlanta, Georgia $1050 – AtlantaÕs Old Fourth Ward is fast becoming one of the most desirable locations in the city. The Masquerade is the p[lace for live music, and the Martin Luther King Historic Centre, the Fourth Ward Park development, the quaint Irwin Street Market and the fabulous Ponce City Market are attracting people in droves.
Augusta, Georgia $750 – Nestled in the heart of the Augusta Georgia Olde Town (also weirdly known as Pinched Gut) Historic District, every amenity you could wish for is right at your door. Cute restaurants, fascinating stores, a choice of excellent schools, a variety of parks, good transportation and of course, and the lazy Savannah River for romantic evening walks. One of the most liveable places in Georgia.
Brooklyn NY $1000 – Here you will find yourself in the heart of the fashionable Bedford-Stuyvesant area and just a short walk away from the University of Long Island, St PeterÕs College and the Pratt Institute, as well as being a G Train stop or two away from NYU. This nineteenth century brownstone is in a lively, gentrified neighborhood that has great casual eating spots all around, and a lively evening and weekend entertainment scene.
Birmingham, Alabama $825 – This lovely apartment complex is set on 28 acres surrounded by rolling hillsides, and within easy reach of the largest shopping Mall in the Southeast – the Riverchase Galleria – not to mention the Verizon Wireless Music Centre. Located in the up and coming suburb of Hoover, this apartment location offers the ideal combination of quiet country living and metropolitan action.
Charleston, South Carolina $1,000 – Located in James Island, it is only a few minutes walk of the local beauty spot Folly Beach and convenient for MUSC, the College of Charleston, and downtown Charleston itself. Despite being close to the city, James Island is perfect for the weekend nature lover, with its wild and beautiful salt marshes attracting many species of birds.
Cleveland, Ohio $1175 – Located in fashionable and artsy Cleveland Heights, also known as the Greenwich Village of Ohio, and the former home of John D Rockefeller (the city, not this rental!) Cleveland Heights is sometimes called the City of Trees With wonderful parks and open spaces, it offers a wide choice of excellent schools, both public and private.
Denver, Colorado $983 – Village East is located in Aurora, just 30 minutes from bustling downtown Denver with its shops, restaurants, and employment opportunities, and the same 30 minutes from Denver International Airport. Shady trees, winding roads, single family homes, the sports and leisure amenities of Utah Park are all part of this old-fashioned style community that is a pleasure to live in.
Fort Worth, Texas $1,500 – Quietly located in the rather upscale, yet family oriented area of Ryan Place, this location is within very easy reach of the Fort Worth Medical District. Founded over a hundred years ago with the intention of bringing a Victorian-style environment to Texas, Ryan Place offers restaurants and stores, churches and quality schools, all in the middle of an ongoing process of historic restoration.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin $1075 – The Lower East side is the happening district in Milwaukee, and this apartment is located in the heart of the action. Superb restaurants, off beat shopping, and an active nightlife all beckon to you. Yet the peaceful shores of Lake Michigan are just a mile away when you need to wind down. The downtown area and the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee are just an easy bus ride or a short drive away.
Nashville Tennessee $1006 – Combine the convenience of living just 4 miles from NashvilleÕs international airport and 10 miles from downtown with the pleasures of country living. Offering a lakeside setting and a swimming pool on the property, you can stay cool even in the summer’s heat, and venture the famous Stones River Greenway trail for hiking, walking, or running just a step outside your door.
New York City $960 – New York City is at your feet, and that is a good thing, because this shared apartment makes tiny seem huge. However, if you want to be close to the best art galleries, book stores, restaurants, museums, stores, seats of learning, libraries, theatres, coffee shops and people watching opportunities in the entire universe, known and unknown – this is the place for you!
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania $1250 – This area in the heart of University City in fashionable Walnut Hill is within easy walking distance of Drexel, USP, Penn and much more. Public transportation is a short distance away, and your windows overlook the local neighborhood bird sanctuary. Choose from a gourmet dining experience or rough it by stopping by a food cart, both which can be found in the local area, as well as good many shops and stores.
Portland, Oregon $1275 – Smart and definitely up and coming, the Belmont area of Portland boasts great public transportation with no less than three bus routes a hop, skip, and a bit of a leap from where you live. The fascinating Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the fashionable Hawthorne Theatre are just moments away from this lovely sun filled apartment.
Salt Lake City, Utah $1000 – Mill Creek is a suburban area that offers some of the best hiking in the state in nearby Mill Creek Canyon. You even get to take your faithful canine friend along! Walking distance to local stores and restaurants, great schools in the area gives the area a real community feel, yet downtown Salt Lake City is within a few minutes drive.
San Francisco $1285 – This property is totally convenient for accessing the financial center and within walking distance of the Embarcadero with its daytime concerts, winter ice skating, and popular waterfront cycling routes. With great public transport connections, it is centrally placed for the enjoyment of the many delights of San Francisco.
So there you have it folks. A selection of properties that offer something for everyone. If you did not see what you wanted this time around, bookmark you will constantly find fresh offerings that will always be just a little bit different from the usual run-of-the-mill rental horrors.