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Studio Apartments for Rent in Cape Fear, NC - 6 Rentals available

We found 2 rentals in Cape Fear, NC and 4 rentals nearby

We found 4 rentals within a 10-mile radius of Cape Fear, NC

Cape Fear, NC Demographics

  • Total Population41,581
  • Female 20,347
    Male 21,234
  • Median Age38

Average Rent for Studios in Cape Fear, NC

  • The average rent for studios in Cape Fear, NC, August, 2018$1,045/mo
  • Studio$1,201
  • 1 Bedroom$962
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,064

Cape Fear, NC Studios Rent Trends

Average Rent All rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
Aug / 2018 $1,045 $1,201
Jan / 2018 $1,045 $1,201
Sept / 2017 $1,041
May / 2017 $1,042
Jan / 2017 $1,024
Sept / 2016 $1,007
May / 2016 $963
Jan / 2016 $946
Sept / 2015 $964
May / 2015 $956
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Cape Fear, NC Households

  • Total Number of Households17,252
  • Family 9,997
    Non-family 7,254
  • Children 4,617
    No Children 12,635
  • Average People Per Household2.47
  • Median Household Income$55,594
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,027

Cape Fear, NC Education Statistics

  • No High School4%
  • Some High School35%
  • Some College25%
  • Associate Degree8%
  • Bachelor Degree19%
  • Graduate Degree8%

Renting a studio apartment in Cape Fear, NC

Affordable is the name of the game when it comes to single bedroom apartments. If you’re looking for one in Cape Fear, NC, you’re in luck because there are no less than 6 cheap studios to choose from, in 2 apartment communities. Finding the efficiency apartment that fits your every need, however, can be challenging even if you know Cape Fear, NC like the palm of your hand. Admit it, you too have at least one item on your wishlist that you just can’t let go. Whether it’s the community pool, the on-site gym, or just a fair price, you can go crazy with RENTCafé’s price, location and amenities filters and you’ll have no problem pinpointing the small apartment of your dreams.

Not all efficiency apartments are created equal

At the lower end of the price range you’re most likely to find the kind of bachelor flat that has almost everything in one space (apart from the bathroom), even the kitchen is in the main room. This, while sounds bad, is not the end of the world at all—a cleverly placed bookshelf or other piece of furniture can act as an excellent room divider and can do wonders with a one room apartment. If you prefer the “factory-made” solution, though, aim for the higher end of the price range and go for a floor plan with a separate kitchen, and you’ll have one less thing to worry about.