Relaxed Living in Historical Cincy: Williamsburg of Cincinnati Apartments
A big city with a small-town feel, Cincinnati is brimming with history, as most of its residential neighborhoods date back to the 19th century. Besides being a picturesque destination with cozy neighborhoods, friendly residents, and a laid-back atmosphere, Cincy is also an urban hub on the upswing. With thriving business, education, and entertainment opportunities, an unemployment rate below the national average, and lower housing costs, this is a great place to live, work, and raise a family.
If you’re a renter, here’s some useful (we might even say good) news! At around $832/month, according to Yardi Matrix, the average rent in Cincinnati falls well under the national average, making it more than possible to find a great community to call home within a reasonable budget.
In fact, we’ve gone ahead and done some research for you on awesome rentals in The Queen City and we’re ready to let you in on our findings: check out the Williamsburg of Cincinnati Apartments in Hartwell, an idyllic rental community located in a historical and picturesque area of the city.
Read on to learn more about this neighborhood and the perks and costs of living here:
Community of the week: Williamsburg of Cincinnati in Hartwell
Located right in the heart of historical Hartwell and minutes from downtown, Williamsburg of Cincinnati – professionally managed by Resource Residential – provides a comfortable experience for those looking for a picturesque and relaxed rental community .
Hartwell is Cincy’s northernmost neighborhood and is situated in the Mill Creek Valley along Vine St. It was annexed to the city 100 years ago and today it’s home to around “4500 residents who enjoy its central location, convenient access to I-75, Ronald Reagan Highway, the #78 Metro bus route to downtown and its walkable neighborhood business district that provides a broad array of local retail.”
Nestled on 138 acres of landscaped grounds, the rental community at Williamsburg of Cincinnati is located at 200 West Galbraith Road, OH 45215, conveniently close to higher education facilities, like Northern Kentucky University, Cincinnati State University, and the University of Cincinnati.
Relaxed Living at Williamsburg of Cincinnati: Community Perks
This complex is designed with nature in mind. Hikers appreciate the six nature trails around the property. Inside the gated community residents get to enjoy lush surroundings, scenic views, and a spacious courtyard that incorporates numerous facilities. For sports enthusiasts there are three saltwater swimming pools with sundeck, tennis courts, and a new 24-hour fitness center with free weights.
For certain work-related needs, the on-site business center is the perfect place to stay focused while working from home. You can even invite business partners or other out-of-town guests, and have them spend a few nights at The Inn.
When you just want to socialize and relax, gather your friends or neighbors at the newly renovated clubhouse, or throw a barbecue at the common picnic area. Pet lovers have access to a bark park and plenty other areas to walk the dog. You can own up to two pets, and at just $25/month/pet, there is nothing stopping you from bringing your furry friends along.
The community is great for families, too. Williamsburg is protected by an access gate and there is on-site security, so you can rest assured that your kids will be safe while they’re having fun at the playground.
Last but not least, never worry about car parking anymore! There are both covered parking and garage parking spaces available, and you can talk to the management to reserve your parking place.
Rent an Apartment at Williamsburg of Cincinnati: prices start at $675/month
Williamsburg at Cincinnati offers many floor plans for renters. If you are moving in alone or as a couple, you might want to consider a studio apartment or a one-bed unit. The price for a 536 sq.ft studio is generally lower and affordable, while one-bedrooms are a little larger, ranging in size between 764-1,030 sq.ft. with prices starting at $675/month.
If you’ve got roommates, a family, or are just looking for something a little larger, Williamsburg also offers some very spacious 2- and 3-bedroom apartments and townhomes. Starting at just $775/month, the 2-bedrooms range between 950-1,400 sq.ft.. The 3-bedrooms are the most spacious and comfortable, as they can reach up to 2,300 sq.ft., with price tags starting at around $1,000/month. Sounds like a bargain!
What are the perks of these awesome rentals? Each apartment comes cable-ready with central air and carpeting. Renters will also benefit from efficient appliances, a cozy fireplace, extra storage space, large walk-in closets, washer/dryer units, a patio/balcony, and scenic views. There are even units with upgraded interior, ask the management!
From compact studio apartments to spacious 3-bedrooms, there’s something for everyone at Williamsburg at Cincinnati, if you’re in the market for something in this part of the city.
In case you want to keep searching, make sure to check out more rentals in Hartwell or in other Cincy neighborhoods, or even head over to the suburbs until you find something that perfectly fits your needs.
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