33 E Carpenter St Apt C

Max occupancy
May 2025
$566 per bedroom per month
May to May
Not included
Air conditioning
Front porch
New ceramic tile kitchen floor
New kitchen
Parking Included
Washer and dryer

This 1-bedroom student rental boasts a great location just 1/2 a block from Court St. It’s got a cozy bedroom with lots of natural light, a big eat-in kitchen, and an open living room that features an historic fireplace. A one bedroom apartment this close to uptown is hard to find, so plan ahead and lease this cool Athens apartment for next academic year! 


We’ve renovated kitchen with panty cabinets for lots of food storage; it’s even enough room for a table and chairs. A washer and dryer is available for your use in the basement, and it isn’t coin operated! On top of all that, this one-bedroom, basically-on-Court-Street apartment has outdoor space in the form of a front porch with a view of your uptown neighborhood. Free parking this close to uptown and campus make this a very desirable apartment. 


You pay gas and electric utilities; city utilities (water, sewer and garbage) are included in the lease.

What’s the neighborhood like?

This rental house is tucked just back from the street at probably the most active part of East Carpenter. You’re just across the street from a couple other KPR rental homes on Franklin on a block known for great parties (Stagger Inn, anyone?). Plus, you’re basically at the North end of Court Street, which means a minute’s walk from the bars and 2 blocks up the road to OU.

3 words to describe this neighborhood: central, fun, convenient

What’s this student rental close to?

This close to central Athens, you’re within a few minutes’ walk of a bunch of great amenities. Good thing you have that parking space; you won’t need to use your car much! You’re super-close to:

  • The Farmacy: Whole foods/organic market and deli
  • North End: Tex-mex-inspired restaurant/bar
  • Casa Nueva: bar/restaurant/live music

Distance to Court St: 500 ft, 1 min walk

Distance to campus: .3 mi, 6 min walk

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