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Houses For Rent in Tallahassee ,FL

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2801 Chancellorsville Drive Unit # 318, Tallahassee, FL 32312
2801 Chancellorsville Drive Unit # 318
$1,700.00 | 2801 Chancellorsville Drive Unit # 318, Tallahassee, FL 32312 | Beds: 2 Baths: 2

RESORT STYLE LIVING at the Barrington Park Condos! 2/2 Ground Floor unit available in March! - Come live and play at Barrington Park! Available for lease is...

Phone: 855-685-1066
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More Information about Tallahassee Florida

Tallahassee is located in Florida's panhandle, 25 miles from the Gulf and 14 miles south of Georgia. You can enjoy the long summers, and short mild winters here. While perhaps most noted for being the home of one of the most prominent NASCAR races of the year, Tallahassee boasts far more attractions that make this capitol city of Florida one of the most popular places for people to move when coming to the state of Florida. Boasting a population of roughly 370,000 in the metropolitan area, this northern Florida community enjoys a rich history, diverse economy and plenty of great attractions for those looking to visit or stay.

Long before the arrival of Europeans in the 15th century, Tallahassee was home to different Native American tribes but ultimately got its name from a Muskogean word meaning "old fields". There are still mounds built by ancient Native American tribes in the 13th century still present within the city. Incorporated as the capitol of the new state of Florida in 1822, Tallahassee has enjoyed a diverse set of events during its existence and boasts being the only capitol of a Confederate state east of the Mississippi that was not captured during the Civil War.

Today, Tallahassee enjoys being the center of many different colleges and universities, most notable the Florida State University. However, Tallahassee enjoys a wide diversity of employment opportunities that has made the economy resilient to much of the stress that other parts of the state have endured. For those looking at homes for rent in Tallahassee, the employment opportunities are there primarily in the education, retail and technology oriented part of the economy. The tourism industry may not be as vibrant as in the Orlando area, but there are still plenty of attractions that bring so many people to this region each and every year.

It goes without saying that Tallahassee is the home to many golf courses, museums, parks and recreational facilities that make it a perfect place for families and retirees to move. This family friendly atmosphere has led many families to move to Tallahassee thanks to the diverse economy and retirees to move there as well for the leisure activities and strong emphasis of health care facilities.

In terms of real estate, those looking at houses for rent in Tallahassee FL will face a recovering market that is still struggling to reach the levels it had before 2008. However, this means for those looking to move into the Tallahassee area they will find bargain basement prices when it comes to purchasing real estate. Combine that with historically low interest rates and now is the perfect time to buy. For those looking at houses for rent in Tallahassee, they can choose from a number of different locations in the city as well as the right size of home to fit their needs.

The discriminating renter should consider whether their move is a temporary or permanent one given the buyers market for real estate purchases in the area. For those looking at home ownership instead, this is the perfect time to buy as opportunities such as this will not come again for many years.

Tallahassee is close to other nearby large cities with Pensacola about three hours to the west and Jacksonville three hours to the east and another great place to search is Gainesville FL for housing in the North Florida section of the State.

Tallahassee offers many attractions including festivals, theatres , arts and crafts (Railroad Square), Tallahassee Museum & The Florida Museum Of History and parks (Appalachian Regional Park Trail), historical venues Capital Building, Courthouses, Historic Districts & much more, a little something for everyone. The Florida State Capital Building, built in 1977 at 28 floors high, measuring 331 feet (the tallest building in Tallahassee), has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

With transportations galore, trains, planes and 4 major highways, getting around Tallahassee Florida is simple and stress free. Dining and nightlife offer a vast array and variety with convenience to most of the housing areas and choices. There is surely something in Tallahassee to fill every need and budget with affordable homes for rent in Tallahassee and the surrounding areas.