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Popular Amelia Apartments
Cincinnati, Ohio, 45255
1 Bedroom$635 - $695
2 Bedrooms$770 - $1,030
3 Bedrooms$940 - $1,335
Cincinnati, Ohio, 45227
Studio/1 BedroomUp to $1,295
2 BedroomsUp to $1,595
Cincinnati, Ohio, 45244
2 Bedrooms$729 - $749
Bethel, Ohio, 45106
3 Bedrooms$649 - $659
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Amelia is a pleasant town in which to find your new place - whether you are searching in the mid winter or any other time of the year. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Amelia, your new city!
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A Little Ohio Village
Amelia is a small village in Clermont County in the state of Ohio. With a population of just under three thousand friendly folks, the village offers residents parks, recreation, community events, and more. Want to play some Frisbee golf? Think you can hunt down all the eggs at the annual Easter Egg Hunt? Like to join in the fun of Kite Fest? The village is calling for you!
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Amelia Rental Trends
Use our apartment finder to lock up the best deal on your new place in Amelia. Take a look at the table above to see what places are currently renting for in this village. You’ll typically find small to medium sized apartment buildings with units ranging from one up to three bedrooms. Feel antsy to start that search for your new pad? Check out some of the hot rentals listed below.
A Tightly Knit Community
Amelia, Ohio is named for the wife of a toll keeper on the Ohio Turnpike, Amerlious (Amelia) Bodin. She was the one who normally operated the toll, so stagecoach drivers would shout her name when they arrived in town. This small Ohio village is a tightly knit community, so you’re bound to get to know most of your neighbors if you move to Amelia. Feel free to shout the village name as you cross into its borders!
Parks, Parks, Parks
When you’re looking to get outdoors and spend some time in that fresh, Ohio air, you’ll find plenty of places to do it. Amelia offers its residents some great parks including, Groh Park, Spencer Shank Park, and Arrowhead Pointe Park. With so much park space in this small village, there’s a good chance that you’re new apartment will be within walking distance of one of them. Groh Park, named for former Mayor Robert W. Groh, was the first park in Amelia’s Village Park system. This five acre wooded park offers a playground, picnic shelter, shaded walking trail, basketball court, and more. Take the kids to Arrowhead Pointe Park, which features some great playground equipment, including spring animals and slides. There are also picnic areas available as well. Spencer Shank Park has a picnic shelter, two basketball courts, a trail, and even a 9 hole Frisbee gold course, designed by the Greater Cincinnati Disc Golf Association. Bring Fido along to Spencer Shank Park and visit the Great Amelia Paw Park, Amelia’s very own dog park.
Amelia is smart on education. Want to know a good way to start a library? Ask your patrons to donate the books for you. That’s just what the Amelia Women’s Club did to start the first library in Amelia. Residents had to donate a book in order to become a member at what was called the Howland Library. While you don’t need to donate a book today, you can still become a member at Amelia’s present day library. Got some kids to educate in Amelia? Children attend Amelia Elementary, which is within village corporation limits. The West Clermont School District offers Amelia residents a middle and high school. There are also several private schools in the area, including St. Bernadette Elementary School and Preschool.
Celebrations in Amelia
Attend one of Amelia’s many special events for good times, socializing, and to get involved in the community. You can’t beat a small town holiday parade and Amelia pulls through with its annual Amelia Christmas Parade. When Easter comes around, bring the whole family to enjoy the Easter Egg Hunt. Other events held throughout the year include Kite Fest, Concert in the Park, National Night Out, and Citizen of the Year. Move into your new pad in Amelia and start filling your calendar with celebrations. What better way to get to meet your new neighbors while having some fun?
Average Apartment Rent in Amelia, Ohio
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Amelia Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Amelia have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Amelia rentals listed below.
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Is Amelia a good place for younger people?
With a population of about 3,500, Amelia is a village in Clermont County, Ohio. It is a fairly quiet city because there are relatively few of those groups of people who have a tendency to be noisy. (Children, for example, often can't help themselves from being noisy, and being parents ourselves, we know!) Amelia has relatively few families with children living at home, and is quieter because of it. Compared to the rest of the country, the cost of living in Amelia is 10 percent cheaper than the US average, making it a good place for younger people on a budget.