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The Woods of TurpinThe Woods of Turpin

 6375 Clough Pike, 6375 Clough Pike, CincinnatiOH 45244




Laundry FacilityWasher & Dryer ConnectionsWasher/Dryer in Unit


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Pets OK


Air ConditioningBalcony, Patio, DeckCable ReadyCeiling Fan(s)High Speed Internet AccessOversized ClosetsSome Utilities CoveredView


Accepts Credit Card PaymentsBasketball Court(s)Business CenterClubhouseEmergency MaintenanceGreen CommunityPoolTrail for: Biking, Hiking, or Jogging


24-hour emergency maintenance, Additional Storage available, Barbeque grill and picnic area, Beautiful 40 acres of woods, Central Air conditioning, Classic two tone interior paint, Clothes care facility, Cozy atmosphere, Equipped kitchen, some stainless steel, Extra storage, Forest Hills school district, Free Poolside WiFi, High-speed Internet, Located in Historical Anderson Township, Minutes to downtown, Newly remodeled apartments, Pet friendly, large dogs welcome, Private Balconies with view, Private Entrances, Short Term Available, Short-term leases, Some utilites paid, Spacious, oversized closets, Sparkling swimming pool, Washer/dryer connections

Property Details

Call us home for all the right reasons! Located in the Historical Anderson Township, The Woods of Turpin allows you to enjoy the quiet life of the country with 40 pet friendly acres surronding the property. Enjoy beautiful, mature wooded setting with lush trees and a rippling stream. You will feel like you are miles from civilization but you are only minutes from I-275, downtown, fine dining and shopping. Call us today for a tour of your new home today!

Leasing Terms

3-Month, 6-Month, 9-Month, 12-Month, 13-Month.
Pet policy: Breed Restriction. Large dogs accepted. Please call for details.

Pet Policy

Breed Restriction. Cats Allowed. Dogs Allowed. Call for service animal policy.

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164 units

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