One-bedroom apartments will typically cost $400 to $450 while two-bedrooms go for about $500 to $550. More upscale complexes can have two-bedrooms listed up to $850 and $900 with three-bedrooms going for slightly more. Nearly all of the apartments in Belleville will offer Internet and cable with many properties boasting extra amenities such as swimming pools, hot tubs, patios, gardens, fitness centers and off-street parking. Many also have air conditioning, hardwood floors and big yard spaces. Apartments on the luxurious end will feature additional square footage and some will even include all utilities paid. Lease terms are fairly standard, ranging from six months to a year and a half. It isn’t difficult to find places that allow dogs and cats, though you’ll need to put money aside for a pet deposit. Special promotions are also common, such as offering the first month of rent for free, so keep an eye out – it may save you a couple hundred dollars.
With houses for rent, you also have plenty to choose from in Belleville. One thing that’s quite unique to this city is its great diversity in architecture. If you’re in the market for a rental home, you have good variety of choices. There’s everything from row houses to ranch style homes to beautiful, multiple story houses with American, Italian, Victorian and Gothic style building features.
Two-bedrooms are easy to find for about $850. You can rent a comfortable, three-bedroom ranch house for about $1000 a month. Four-bedroom rental houses will run in the $1300 to $1400 range. Duplexes are also a great option for folks who want something affordable but with more privacy and things like basements and a backyard.
Belleville is a great community to live in with fantastic people. There’s no doubt in our minds that you’ll find something to love in no time. Happy hunting!
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FROM RENT ADVISOR:
Situated in the southern vicinity of Illinois sits the charming city of Belleville, Illinois. Belleville apartment dwellers share the city with an estimated 42,000 residents and are able to accommodate more!
This charming mid-western city was incorporated in 1819 and officially deemed a city in 1850. George Blair contributed land for the development of the Town Square and other areas of the city. Blair held a Scottish heritage, but persons of German descent mostly populated the city. Interestingly, Blair decided that the French word meaning Beautiful City, Bellevue, would be an alluring name enticing people to settle in the area. Luckily, it worked.
Belleville apartment dwellers can choose from an array of annual events year round. From the Gingerbread Walk in December to the Wine Dine and Jazz affair in June, Belleville apartment occupants will be entertained with multiple in city parades and festivals. Regardless to which side of town you land a Belleville apartment on, you will find the city to be a cozy and inviting community. They can't wait till you move in!