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4300 Cromwell, Kyle, TX 78640
$950 - $2,050 | Studio - 3 Beds

(512) 504-7959

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5020 Cromwell Dr, Kyle, TX 78640
$899 - $1,329 | 1 - 3 Beds

(512) 504-7965

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4925 Cromwell Dr, Kyle, TX 78640
$860 - $1,329 | 1 - 3 Beds

(512) 504-7971

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210 S Amberwood St, Kyle, TX 78640
$837 - $1,267 | 1 - 2 Beds

(512) 400-2992

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150 Amberwood S, Kyle, TX 78640
$906 - $1,495 | 1 - 3 Beds

(512) 504-7913

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Kyle, TX Apartments for Rent

Centrally located for access to several major Texas cities, the town of Kyle is situated 20 miles south of Austin, 60 miles north of San Antonio, 200 miles west of Houston, and 250 miles south of Dallas. One of the fastest growing cities in Texas, it isn’t hard to see what attracts people to Kyle. With natural beauty, historic significance, and various opportunities for local recreation, the friendly city of Kyle continues to expand, offering space for new businesses and new residents like you!

Rent an apartment in Kyle, and you’ll have opportunities with top employers like Seton Medical Center Hays, HEB Plus, Pednerales Electric Cooperative, Optimum Steel Fabricators, and University Forest Products. Retail stores provide jobs for many of Kyle’s citizens with Lowes, Home Depot, Kohl’s, and Target serving as major employers.

College students love living in Kyle, as there are several colleges and universities nearby. Students can enjoy easy commutes to Texas State University at San Marcos, Saint Edward’s University, the University of Texas at Austin, and the Austin Community College District, which includes eight campuses.

Located within miles of six of the top ten natural attractions in Texas, Kyle holds many natural wonders itself. The city includes two trees recognized by Ann Miller Storm, the author of Famous Trees of Texas: the Kyle Auction Oak and the Kyle Hanging Tree. Kyle is also the childhood home of Pulitzer Prize-winning author Katherine Ann Porter, and her house has been converted into a museum where visitors can learn all about the famous author’s life. Shopping opportunities abound in this vibrant city with several retail areas springing up recently, along with the specialty shops in the downtown area. Living in Kyle, you can enjoy several events throughout the year, including the Kyle Market Days, the Kyle Fair, and races at the Thunderhill Raceway.

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