The average rent for an apartment in Blue Springs MO in the last 12 months has been $401. The average rents for a 1-bed, 2-bed and 3-bed apartments have been $297, $366, and $471 respectively.
Apartments for rent in Blue Springs, Missouri!
Blue Springs is the 7th largest city in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area and the 10th largest city in the state of Missouri with the population of 52,575. Blue Springs is a unique community where families, visitors and businesses share a special quality of life and an abundant spirit of community closeness and cooperation. Located on I-70 just 20 miles east of downtown Kansas City, Blue Springs offers residents and visitors an easy and convenient commute to nearby attractions and all parts of the Kansas City metropolitan area, while offering a quiet, suburban setting with an excellent selection of lodging, eating establishments, retail stores and recreational activities.
In 2010, CNNMoney Magazine ranked Blue Springs 49th on its list of the 100 Best Places to Live in the United States.
Blue Springs experiences a colder variation of a four season humid subtropical climate with mild days and cold nights during the winter, and hot days and muggy nights during the summer. The hottest month of the year is July with an average maximum temperature of 87.5°F, while the coldest month of the year is January with an average minimum temperature of 17.1°F. The annual average precipitation at Blue Springs is 41.79 Inches. Rainfall in is fairly evenly distributed throughout the year. The wettest month of the year is September with an average rainfall of 5.43 Inches.
Downtown Blue Springs is a vibrant community that is the economic and social heart of the city. The neighborhood has a variety of wonderful shops, restaurants, stores, entertainment options and lots of places for sports. The Blue Springs Farmers Market is located in downtown Blue Springs on 11th and Main Street. The market specializes in home grown fruits, vegetables, flowers, meats and many other items that are grown or made by hand.
The bottom line: vibrant, lots of things to do, good events, great farmer market.
The middle of Blue Springs is home to Burrus Old Mill Park and Lake Tapawingo. Part of the suburbs, this neighborhood of well-educated owners and renters has a mixture of homes, row houses and apartments occupied by families with children, seniors, college students and young professionals. Residents are convenient with nearby parks, shops, restaurants and entertainment center.
The bottom line: lots of shops, restaurants, convenient services, good parks, clean streets.
Buckner Tarsney is a suburban Blue Springs neighborhood surrounded by the Buckner Tarsney and Major roads is full of single-family homes priced above Missouri’s average. These houses are mostly three or four bedrooms in size. Young singles make up the majority in this neighborhood’s population. Highly educated, they are employed in professional fields and earn an upper middle income. This is a great neighborhood for families to live.
The bottom line: family-friendly, close to schools, hospitals, high-educated and friendly neighbors.
Pink Hill Road
Pink Hill Road is a great neighborhood to call home for seniors and families with children. This neighborhood is home to highly educated and wealthy residents, creating a good background to raise children. The Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area provides greenery for these medium-sized single-family houses.
The bottom line: family-friendly, good parks, schools, healthcare, many homes for families.
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