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Apartments for rent near Easton Town Center

If you want to live near Easton, browse these apartments and townhomes available to rent, including amenities like pools, dog parks, and fitness centers.


Feel a sense of community at Easton Commons. | Photo by Easton Commons

Easton Town Center is one of the biggest attractions in Columbus, so living near Easton is full of perks. You can shop until you drop, and then enjoy fine dining at some of the city’s top restaurants.

If you’re looking to make a move, here are four Easton-area apartments for rent.

Easton Commons, 4011 Easton Way

Find one- and two-bedroom apartments and townhomes. Plus, enjoy:

  • A putting green
  • An on-site salon and spa
  • Two dog parks
  • A pool with outdoor grilling stations
  • Walking and biking trails

Relax poolside at The Bradford. | Photo by The Bradford at Easton

The Bradford At Easton Apartments, 4150 Silver Springs Ln.

A mix of one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans are available. Residents can also expect:

  • A resort-style swimming pool and sundeck
  • A dog park with agility equipment
  • A 24-hour fitness center
  • A business center
  • A complimentary coffee bar

Townhomes at Easton Park, 4187 Beechwold Dr.

All floor plans feature two bedrooms. Other amenities include:

  • A new dog park
  • A community playground
  • A free coffee bar
  • Resident social events
  • Adjacent location to Champions Golf Course & Club

Enjoy scenic views from your balcony at The Residences. | Photo by The Residences at Town Center

The Residences at Town Center, 2591 Venturi House

Choose from one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans. Further amenities are:

  • Two swimming pools with sundecks
  • A gated dog park
  • A 24-hour fitness center
  • Wooded landscaping and ponds
  • A resident clubhouse

More apartment guides

If you’re looking to move to other areas of Columbus, here are guides to renting in other suburbs:

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