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Featured Apartments in South Carolina
Tucked away on a secluded hillside, yet minutes from Lake Murray and Harbison...Lexington District Five Schools...Washer and Dryer connections in every apartment...
Columbia SC, 29212
Verandas on the Green...Aiken's most loved and established apartment community!
Aiken SC, 29803
The convenient location, wooded landscaping, nature trails, and picnic areas make The Granite at Taylors Apartments stand out. The community features two swimming pools, a business center with Wi-Fi, and a state-of-the-art fitness center. YouaETMll also be entertained by the activities at the sports court and the sand volleyball court. The Granite at Taylors offers one, two, and three-bedroom floor plans with nine spacious layouts for you to choose from.
Taylors SC, 29687
Sail into style, comfort and convenience at Charleston's choice location of West Ashley. You're only minutes away from unlimited shopping, dining and entertainment. Also, discover the historic charms of downtown and enjoy the refreshing breeze of our local beaches. Windjammer will make your life a pleasure with its professional management and prompt maintenance service. Discover the lifestyle difference Windjammer will make as your home.
Charleston SC, 29407
Quiet Convenience Awaits You! Stainless Steel Appliances and Two-Inch Plantation Blinds...Easy Access to I-26, I-526 and Historic Downtown Charleston...High Speed Internet Access Available
North Charleston SC, 29406
Best location in Greenville...Newly renovated amenities...Full-size washer and dryer connections...
Greenville SC, 29615
Discover the ambiance of Stoneledge Plantation where southern grace meets modern living. We offer convenient lease options as well as a preferred employer program providing business discounts to select employers. We are located just minutes away from I85 and I385, nestled between Pelham Rd. and Woodruff Rd. You'll love the convenient shopping, dining, and entertainment lying just around the corner. Call or stop by today to view your new apartment home!
Greenville SC, 29615
Welcome home to Courtney Bend!
Hardeeville SC, 29927
Low country living at its finest..Welcome to paradise..Washer and dryer in every apartment home!
Bluffton SC, 29910
Convenient To Highway 501 & 31...Nestled In A Quiet Wooded Setting...Minutes To Conway, Myrtle Beach Outlet Mall & Beaches...
Myrtle Beach SC, 29579
From the upcountry of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the low country of Charleston, South Carolina is a state of great natural beauty, interesting history and plenty of true Southern charm. It's called the Palmetto State in honor of the official state tree, the Sabal Palmetto, which also appears on the state flag. There are apartments with various amenities and rent ranges available across the strate, but the greatest variety is to be found in the state's largest cities of Columbia, Charleston, Rock Hill, Greenville and Mount Pleasant.
What to Expect
Agriculture has long been an important part of South Carolina's economy. The state is the third-largest producer of peaches and fourth-largest producer of tobacco. Other agricultural products include tea, cattle, poultry, watermelons and peanuts. In the past, agriculture was the main force of South Carolina's economy, but today other industries, including textiles, steel and chemicals, have far exceeded the cash value of farms. However, it is the tourist industry that ranks as the highest source of income in the state. Visitors come to see the many historic and natural sites, including Fort Sumter National Monument (famous for being the place where the Civil War began), the state's many famous gardens and historic homes and beach resorts on Myrtle Beach and Sea Island.
South Carolina is generally a very comfortable place to live, thanks to its humid subtropical climate. The summers are long and hot, and the winters are short and mild. That means there's pleasant weather year-round for enjoying the state's scenic cypress swamps, moss-hung oaks, flowering gardens, antebellum plantations and historic seaports. South Carolina has an overall cost of living at 4% below the national average, and housing costs—including apartment rentals—at 9% below the national average.
Where to Explore
Columbia Apartments Columbia is the South Carolina's state capital and its largest city, with 120,000 residents. It was founded in 1786 to be the center of government, education and commerce for the state, and this designation remains true today. The city offers many attractions for visitors and residents alike, including the world-famous Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Garden, which is often rated as one of the 10 best zoos in the nation. You'll find plenty of Southern charm and friendly faces in Columbia, as well as relatively affordable apartments. The overall cost of living is 18% below the national average, which comes in handy when looking for apartments for rent that work within a strict budget. In fact, the median price for apartment rentals is $570 per month, making this an accessible area for many.
Charleston Apartments "The Most Mannerly City in America" is the home to just over 100,000 South Carolinians. It is the oldest city in the state and one of the chief ports of entry into the southeastern portion of the country. Charleston is a city rich in history, beauty, great lowcountry restaurants and Southern culture. From historic landmarks and cobblestone streets to beautifully preserved antebellum homes, from the waterfront Battery to numerous museums and galleries, Charleston is a city of graceful beauty. And that beauty comes at a price, with the overall cost of living at 3% above the national average, and housing prices even higher. The median price for apartments for rent is $600 per month, with the average monthly rent for 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartments at $715 per month.