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    Sublets Near UVA Modern Furnished Apartment 5 Minutes from UVA for University of Virginia Students in Charlottesville, VA
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    Modern Furnished Apartment 5 Minutes from UVAAvailable from June 16 to August 26Available Lease:Currently, one bedroom and one bathroom are available for lease. However, if you're interested in leasing more than one room, feel free to get in touch...
    1 Bedroom Available Now
    Rental is located 0.8 miles from UVA0.8 miles
    from campus

    Sublets Overview at UVA

    💰On average, sublets near UVA is $2,101/mo. UVA sublets are cheaper than the national monthly average of $3,364/mo.

    🚲 We currently offer 1 sublets within walking distance of University of Virginia's campus. In total, there are 1 student sublets available near UVA.

    🎓When students are not searching for sublets, they can choose between any of UVA's 34 on-campus dorms. The most popular dorms at University of Virginia are Alderman Road, Balz-Dobie Hall, Bond House.

    UVA Student Housing FAQs

    How much does student housing near the University of Virginia typically cost?
    The cost of student housing near the University of Virginia varies depending on the location, amenities, and size of the apartment or house. On average, rent for a one-bedroom apartment ranges from $800 to $1,200 per month, while a two- or three-bedroom apartment can range from $1,200 to $2,000 per month

    Are there any student housing options near the University of Virginia that offer amenities such as a pool or gym?
    Yes, there are many student housing options near the University of Virginia that offer amenities such as a pool, gym, and other leisure facilities. Some popular student housing complexes with amenities include Uncommon Charlottesville, The Flats at West Village, and 1301 Jefferson

    Is it difficult to find student housing near the University of Virginia during peak rental season?
    Yes, finding student housing near the University of Virginia during the peak rental season can be competitive, as many students are looking for housing options at the same time. It is recommended to start looking for housing as early as possible, and to be prepared to sign a lease several months in advance to secure a desired spot
    University of Virginia Off-Campus Housing Guide

    The University of Virginia is in the beautiful city of Charlottesville, Virginia. It was established by Thomas Jefferson in 1819 and has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are about 25,000 students, both undergraduates and postgraduates, who attend the university. With academic focuses in all areas, the university offers 48 different bachelor's degree programs, 94 master's degree programs, and has a medical school and law school.

    The area is known for being a suburban college town where many students gather in the surrounding restaurants, cafes, bars, and shopping centers while also enjoying parks and downtown areas.


    Many UVA students choose to live on campus during their first year at the University of Virginia. However, come their sophomore year, students look for an off-campus apartment around the university. There are multiple neighborhoods that are popular among UVA students and even some of the faculty.

    10th and Page is a neighborhood located northeast of the University of Virginia campus. It offers housing in apartment complexes, such as The Flats @ West Village, which comes with amazing amenities like a luxurious pool. There are also single-family homes, duplexes, and triplexes for rent in this neighborhood.

    Fifeville is another popular neighborhood located southeast of the UVA campus. Here you can find many single-family homes, duplexes, and triplexes for rent to students. This neighborhood also features Cherry Avenue, which is lined with local businesses and is adjacent to West Main Street, which has plenty of popular restaurants.

    Jefferson Park Avenue is located south of campus and is made up of mostly rental properties for students. The neighborhood has single-family homes, duplexes, and triplexes for students to rent. The Carrollton Terrace Apartments, 1800 Jefferson Park Avenue, and South Range are popular complexes among UVA students that live in Jefferson Park Avenue

    Venable or University Circle is a historically popular neighborhood among students at the University of Virginia. It is located just north of campus and has large homes from the 19th century that line its streets and are available for students to rent.

    All of these neighborhoods are easily accessible to campus. The University of Virginia even offers to help students find off-campus apartments and roommates if needed.


    There are many dining options around the University of Virginia. West Main Street, which is easily accessible from the Fifeville and 10th and Page neighborhoods is lined with a variety of restaurants. Roots Natural Kitchen is great for a quick and healthy lunch with organic ingredients. Lemongrass is known for its Vietnamese pho and Thai dishes. The Mellow Mushroom offers a great experience with tasteful music to go along with delicious pizza. If you are looking for a more upscale and even date setting, the raw bar Public Fish and Oyster is the go-to place.

    Just east of Main Street you will find North Downtown. This little quarter has small pedestrian streets and plenty of restaurants including Cinema Taco, the Twisted Branch Tea Bazaar, and Tin Whistle Pub.

    Some popular bars that University of Virginia students enjoy going to on the weekends include The Virginian, Coupes, Poe's, Boylan, and Crozet for the hipsters who do not want to trek all the way into town. There is also the Random Row Brewing Company for those who enjoy a cold beer right from the source.


    The University of Virginia has its own transportation system called, University Transit Service or UTS. This service includes buses and shuttles that transports students throughout campus as well as to off-campus locations and stops. These stops include shopping centers, the UVA medical campus, and throughout neighborhoods where students live off-campus.

    The city of Charlottesville also has its own transportation system called Charlottesville Area Transit for CAT. This system includes buses and a trolley that passengers can ride for free throughout the city. There are some stops on or close to campus as well.

    JAUNT is another transportation service around the University of Virginia. It has a fixed route, but also offers door-to-door services if needed. Students and faculty can ride JAUNT for free with presentation of their school ID.

    For those students who need to travel away from Charlottesville, there is access to Amtrak, Greyhound, and Megabus that will transport you to multiple cities throughout the country.


    When parking on UVA's campus, there are designated parking lots and some street parking students can use. However, they must apply for and purchase a parking permit if they do not plan on using the time metered parking. A parking permit starts at $110 per month and allows students to park in one of ten lots on campus.

    As for parking off-campus, there are monthly garages and lots around each neighborhood, as well as permitted street parking. And many properties do have parking spaces available for tenants.


    The University of Virginia has its own police force, the UVA police department, which protects the campus and its students. There are emergency phones and call buttons throughout campus that students can use to make direct contact with the UVA police department.

    The university also communicates with its students via email, text message, and sirens in the case of an emergency or important notifications and alerts from public safety.

    Students are recommended to walk with a friend at night and to lock the doors of their cars and homes. It is essential to take necessary safety precautions no matter where you live.


    There are multiple grocery stores where students can do their food shopping while living off-campus at the University of Virginia. The largest and most popular supermarkets are Food Lion and Wegman's, which are in the Fifeville neighborhood. There are also smaller neighborhood markets that are great for picking up a few quick items on the way home from campus. These are located along West Main Street and in the surrounding area.

    When it comes to shopping there are multiple shopping centers including the Pedestrian Mall in North Downtown, Willoughby Shopping Center in Fifeville, and York Place near 10th and Page. There are more shopping centers north of campus on Route 29 that are easily accessible.

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