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Kentucky apartments and off campus rentals for college students. 1 bedroom apts, 2 bedroom apts (great for roommates), studios, lofts, duplexes and homes. Search a variety of floor plans, rental rates and leasing options of off-campus housing places including apartments, rooms, condos, duplexes and houses. Maybe you need a cheap apartment because your budget is limited, or it needs to be walking distance from campus because you don't have a car. Whatever your reason you can find your next place today at Campus Rent the apartment finder and college rental site!

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Kentucky Facts & Figures

The state of Kentucky became the 15th state on June 1, 1792. It was carved out of the large state of Virginia that had extended far inland to the west. Pronounced Ken--Tuc--ky, its history and settlement was made famous by Daniel Boone and settlers who passed through the Cumberland Gap in the present southeast corner of the state.

Today, with its capitol in Frankfort, Kentucky is famous for the University of Kentucky Wildcats and Louisville Cardinal college basketball teams and the Kentucky Derby. It has a population of over 4,339,000 and has over 191,000 rental apartment units. Known as the "Bluegrass State", Kentucky claims its state bird the cardinal and horse the thoroughbred.