Hunters Creek Apartment FAQs
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I’m looking for a one-bedroom apartment in Hunters Creek. Is there any information you can give me to help me find what I’m looking for?
Prices for one-bedrooms in Hunters Creek range from around $1,000/month up to $2,000/month. This large range in price is due to location, size, and amenities. Our apartment search page can help you to narrow down your search for a one-bedroom apartment immensely. With hundreds of criteria to choose from, you’ll be able to find your perfect Hunters Creek apartment, without wasting precious time and money.
I have kids and want them to be able to swim in the summer. Are there any apartments in Hunters Creek with swimming pools available for resident use?
Yes, several apartment communities in Hunters Creek have swimming pools for resident use. While using OrlandoApartmentLocator.com’s unique apartment search page, you can narrow your search to only show you communities with swimming pools. Living in Orlando, many people want to have a pool at their community, so it shouldn’t be hard to find a great apartment with a swimming pool for your kids. Our search will help you find the right apartment for your and your family in no time.
Are there any apartments in Hunters Creek that come with cable TV included in rent?
Yes, Urbana Apartments in Hunters Creek has cable TV included in rent. Rent prices for this community are between $1,000 and $2,000 per month, depending on amenities, number of bedrooms, and chosen floor plan. This community offers the lifestyle of luxury, including urban design, chef inspired kitchens, and spa inspired bathrooms. To learn more about Urbana Apartments, take a look a their community page on our site!
Are there any pet friendly apartment communities in Hunters Creek?
Yes, lots of communities in Hunters Creek are pet friendly. Use our apartment search to find a great, pet friendly apartment in any area of Orlando. Some communities have restrictions on pets, depending on size and breed. Be sure to check with the leasing manager or other staff at the community to make sure you’re pet is allowed to be there.