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Studio Apartments for Rent in Leicester, NC - 3 Rentals available

Leicester, NC Demographics

  • Total Population14,959
  • Female 7,164
    Male 7,795
  • Median Age42.7

Average Rent for Studios in Leicester, NC

  • The average rent for studios in Leicester, NC, August, 2018$1,112/mo
  • Studio$850
  • 1 Bedroom$963
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,165

Leicester, NC Studios Rent Trends

Average Rent All rentals Studio 1 Bed 2 Beds 3 Beds
Aug / 2018 $1,112 $850
Jan / 2018 $1,112 $850
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Leicester, NC Households

  • Total Number of Households5,856
  • Family 3,750
    Non-family 2,106
  • Children 1,547
    No Children 4,309
  • Average People Per Household2.35
  • Median Household Income$43,656
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$699

Leicester, NC Education Statistics

  • No High School4%
  • Some High School41%
  • Some College23%
  • Associate Degree10%
  • Bachelor Degree14%
  • Graduate Degree8%

Renting a studio apartment in Leicester, NC

While some consider a one room apartment a mixed blessing due to the spatial constraints, the truth is that there are solid reasons behind the increasing number of tenants looking for a small apartment. Not only will the low rent appeal to you, but you will also cut down on bills and upkeep costs, which will translate into substantial savings. For instance, the average studio size in Leicester, NC is somewhere around 1,055 Sqft, which makes it easier and less pricey to heat in the winter. Your cleverly-designed pad is likely to be in a central zone, so you are sure not to miss any fun. Browse through our 3 affordable single bedroom apartments in Leicester, NC and apply online for the studio apartment you’ve been dreaming of.

Bachelor flat or efficiency apartment – which one is best?

While there is 1 community that has studio apartments in Leicester, NC for rent, you might have trouble deciding which one is right for you in terms of layout. If you haven’t lived in a small apartment before, you should know that one of the major differences between a cheap studio and a slightly more expensive one lies in the layout. Some have the kitchen in the main room, while bachelor flats have the two divided. If you are a working bee and do not cook a lot, then you should try to find a low-cost efficiency apartment. If, on the contrary, you brag about your cooking skills and you spend a lot of time making goodies, paying a little extra for a separate kitchen apartment could be your to go plan. With prices starting at $850 up to $1,460, your future studio is now at your fingertips.