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Apartments for rent in Overton, NV

1252 Weeping Rock Trail, Mesquite, Nevada 89034
$1,325
2 Beds$1,325Only 1 unit left
Current Rent Specials
Updated 6 days ago
(702) 331-8427

916 Falcon Glen Drive, Mesquite, Nevada 89027
$1,500
3 Beds$1,500Only 1 unit left
Current Rent Specials
Updated 7 days ago
(702) 346-7930

310 Thompson Drive, Mesquite, Nevada 89027
$1,300
2 Beds$1,300Only 1 unit left
Current Rent Specials
Updated 8 days ago
(702) 346-7930

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736 Hardy Way, Mesquite, Nevada 89027
$1,200
2 Beds$1,200Only 1 unit left
Current Rent Specials
(702) 346-7930

400 Hillside Drive, Mesquite, Nevada 89027
$1,700
3 Beds$1,700Only 1 unit left
Current Rent Specials
Updated 7 days ago
(702) 346-7930

488 Rio Valley, Mesquite, Nevada 89027
$1,400
2 Beds$1,400Only 1 unit left
Current Rent Specials
Updated 18 hours ago
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(702) 346-7930

101 Desert Winds Way, Mesquite, Nevada 89027
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100 N. Grapevine Road, Mesquite, Nevada 89027
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261 Sunvalley Drive, Mesquite, Nevada 89027
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All about

Overton, NV

The community of Overton has a number of incredible sights and sounds for apartment residents looking to get a closer look at Nevada culture.

Those living in apartments in Overton might immediately notice its natural serenity and beauty, though there are certain parts of Overton that are more striking than they appear. For instance, a popular site near the community is the Double Negative, a renowned piece of land art that was constructed by removing 240,000 tons of earth to create two 30-foot wide, 50-foot deep trenches on either side of a natural canyon. The curious work is meant to allude to what is missing from the mesa - all the "negative space" present through the efforts of both nature and man. The location is a popular destination for Overton apartment residents looking to enjoy a unique piece of art.

The Lost City Museum is another draw in Overton, and apartment residents in the city can frequently be found taking walks through the facility's recreation of an ancient Virgin Anasazi pueblo. The Anasazi were a prehistoric culture in the Las Vegas area, and the museum was built on the site of what was once an Anasazi community. There are many artifacts, pots and even some old writings that Overton apartment residents can explore on a visit to the museum.

Aside from the ancient and artistic draws, many Overton apartment residents find themselves marveling at their community's breathtaking landscape, featuring picturesque views of mesas, hills and far-off mountains.


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Average Rent in Overton, NV

  • Studio: $730
  • 1 bedroom: $1111
  • 2 bedrooms: $1410
  • 3 bedrooms: $1536

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