5 Great-Value 1-Bedroom Apartments in Cincinnati You Can Rent Right Now

5 Great-Value 1-Bedroom Apartments in Cincinnati You Can Rent Right Now

Oh, Cincy! There are so many great inexpensive 1-bedroom apartments for rent in Cincinnati that it’s hard to pick just five. That’s because the city has one of the lowest average rents of major metropolitan cities, at just $843, and one-bedrooms average $741. Wow! Here are a few of our favorites:

1. Aspen Village, Westwood, $475, 560 sq. feet – Check availability

Boom! Here’s some bang for your buck – Aspen Village is just minutes from downtown and local colleges and universities. All units come with carpeting, garbage disposal, a refrigerator, and blazing fast internet courtesy Cincinnati Bell Fioptics. Community amenities include a sparkling swimming pool, tennis courts, and a 24-hour fitness center.

1-Bedroom Apartments at Aspen Village in Cincinnati

2. Deer Hill, Mount Washington, $690, 650 sq. feet – Check availability

A little further east and atop a wooded area sits Deer Hill. It’s still just minutes from all the action, but the complex has a tree-lined private drive and its newly updated one bedrooms come with lots of perks. These include energy-efficient windows, central air and heat, and large walk-in closets. Plus there’s a pool, fitness center, and BBQ area for socializing.

1-Bedroom Apartments at Deer Hill in Cincinnati

3. Fourth & Plum Lofts, Downtown Cincinnati, $946, 584 sq. feet – Check availability

If city center living is more your style, Fourth & Plum Lofts has everything you need, plus some vintage charm. The three buildings of the complex were originally the Cincinnati Gas-Light & Coke Buildings, built in 1879 and 1902, and the Gibson Art Building, built in 1923. This exquisite community offers architecturally-unique floor plans, from 1-bedroom flats renting at $946/mo. to large, 1,080-square-foot 1 bedrooms with study with rates starting at $1,253. The units come with hardwood floors, high ceilings, individual climate control systems, spacious closets, and newly-renovated kitchens and baths with premium finishes. Common amenities include a heated rooftop pool with a grill and picnic area, covered parking, and housekeeping.

1-Bedroom Apartments at Fourth & Plum Lofts in Cincinnati

4. 65 West Apartments, CUF, $960, 585 sq. feet – Check availability

Enjoying a prime location in the UC area, one block from campus, 65 West apartments offer a quiet retreat that’s still just a few minutes from all the dining, shopping, and entertainment on Calhoun. It’s a gated community with an outdoor grilling area, a clubhouse, and a 24-hour fitness center just outside your door. All of the apartments are large and inviting, with private balconies, granite and stainless finishes, and hardwood floors.

1-Bedroom Apartments at 65 West in Cincinnati

5. MadMar Flats, Oakley, $1,205, 777 sq. feet – Check availability

If you have a little more to spend, you can truly live in luxury at the brand new MadMar Flats. These airy, modern apartments are packed with amenities like 9’ ceilings, granite countertops, energy efficient appliances, and walk-in closets. Plus, it’s extremely pedestrian friendly, with Oakley Square just a 10-minute walk away.

1-Bedroom Apartments at MadMar Flats in Cincinnati

As you can see, The Queen City has a wide range of options, no matter what your budget is, making it one of the most affordable metropolitan cities to live in in the entire US of A. Don’t delay, find your dream apartment on a budget in Cincinnati on RENTCafé today!

Ama Otet

Ama Otet

Ama Otet is an online content developer and creative writer for RENTCafé. She loves all things real estate and strives to live beautifully, one green step at a time. You can connect with Ama on Twitter or via email.


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