$575 - 730

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Plato's Court At Knights Landing

2036 N Walnut St. Bloomington, IN

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1 - 3
Beds
1 - 2
Baths
570 - 900
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Floorplans
Last Updated:
6 days ago
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Beds
Bath
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Size
1
1
$730
570+ft2
Unavailable
3
2
$575
900ft2
Unavailable
Pets
Dogs Ok Cats Ok Pet Park Pet Friendly Community
Amenities
Air Conditioning Dishwasher Balcony, Deck, Patio Fitness Center Refrigerator Garbage Disposal Trash Removal Included Pool Cable Included Internet Included Hardwood Floors Water Included Microwave Basketball Court Near Campus Range / Oven High-speed Internet Cable-ready Freezer Student
Parking
Surface Parking Off-street Parking
Laundry
In-unit Laundry On-site Laundry
Property Details
Student housing solutions designed with you in mind! Whether you are an experienced second degree seeking professional, or an undergrad student come check out what Knights Landing has to offer! Multiple floor plans to choose from and fabulous amenities to make your College experience stand above the rest. With 24-hour maintenance and a professional staff, why wouldn't you want to land where the Knights do
Lease & Fees

Lease Length:   10 and 12 month lease options

Application Fee:   $100

Additional Info

Total Unit Count:   200

Last Updated:   6 days ago

Contact Number:   (812) 334-2898

Email Address: No Email Provided
Property Summary
Plato's Court At Knights Landing is a Bloomington apartment located at 2036 N Walnut St.. The property features 2 unit types ranging from 1 bedroom/1 bathroom to 3 bedrooms/2 bathrooms with rent ranging from $575 - 730; the market average ranges from $882 to $1,416 for 1 and 3 bedroom apartments, respectively.
Where You'll Live

Plato's Court At Knights Landing
2036 N Walnut St. Bloomington, IN, 47404
Directions

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Reviews
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Currently residing at Plato’s Court. We couldn’t move in until August 21st due to renovations and even then our apartment was not without certain damages (that still haven’t been taken care of, mind you). Our AC has gone out completely and is being replaced with a new unit but we’ve not been offered fans or even window units while it has been 85-90+ degrees outside.... Parking is also not properly accounted for. I have lived at better places and have lived at worse, this lies somewhere in the middle. If you’ve got a renovated unit and need to be close to campus, I suppose it’s not a bad residence.
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