60 Apartments for rent in Antioch, IL

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Starting at $1,395
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23579 W Briar Ter
23579 W Briar Ter
Antioch, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
Starting at $1,700
Updated 1 day ago
740 Tiffany Court
740 Tiffany Court
Antioch, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
Starting at $1,250
Updated 5 days ago
26075 West Forest Avenue
26075 West Forest Avenue
Antioch, IL
6 Bedrooms
$1,250
Starting at $2,300
Updated 29 days ago
1218 Goldfinch Lane
1218 Goldfinch Lane
Antioch, IL
4 Bedrooms
$2,300
Starting at $1,750
Updated 1 month ago
773 Highview Drive
773 Highview Drive
Antioch, IL
4 Bedrooms
$1,750
Starting at $2,400
Updated 1 month ago
1453 Redwing Drive
1453 Redwing Drive
Antioch, IL
4 Bedrooms
$2,400
Starting at $2,200
Updated 13 days ago
722 North Summit Court
722 North Summit Court
Lindenhurst, IL
3 Bedrooms
$2,200
Starting at $1,450
Updated 1 day ago
3179 Falling Waters Lane
3179 Falling Waters Lane
Lindenhurst, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
Starting at $2,000
Updated 3 days ago
2016 North Nicole Lane
2016 North Nicole Lane
Round Lake Beach, IL
4 Bedrooms
$2,000
Starting at $1,390
Updated 3 days ago
3174 Falling Waters Lane
3174 Falling Waters Lane
Lindenhurst, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,390
Starting at $1,295
Updated 8 days ago
2843 Falling Waters Drive
2843 Falling Waters Drive
Lindenhurst, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
Starting at $2,395
Updated 10 days ago
570 Huntington Circle
570 Huntington Circle
Lake Villa, IL
3 Bedrooms
$2,395
Starting at $1,845
Updated 14 days ago
West Forest Drive
West Forest Drive
Lake Villa, IL
5 Bedrooms
$1,845
Starting at $975
Updated 16 days ago
8130 195th Ave
8130 195th Ave
Bristol, WI
2 Bedrooms
$975
Starting at $975
Updated 19 days ago
8130 195th Ave
8130 195th Ave
Bristol, WI
2 Bedrooms
$975
Starting at $1,900
Updated 1 month ago
605 Farmington Court
605 Farmington Court
Lake Villa, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,900
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Starting at $941
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Springs at Kenosha
12742 71st St
Kenosha, WI
Studio
$941
1 Bedroom
$1,323
2 Bedrooms
$1,618
The townhome-style apartments feature hardwood-style floors, stainless-steel appliances and walk-in closets. Community amenities include a 24-hour gym, a pool and a pet spa area. Less than 10 miles from downtown Kenosha and Lake Michigan.
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Starting at $1,261
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Woodlake Apartments
101 Woodlake Blvd
Gurnee, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,261
2 Bedrooms
$1,512
Woodlake apartments in Gurnee, IL, are located just off Interstate 94. The units feature patios and balconies, high ceilings and a gorgeous park-like setting in the woods. Major employers like Motorola and HSBC are nearby.
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Starting at $1,044
Updated 16 hrs ago
Preserve at Osprey Lake
2025 Greystem Circle
Gurnee, IL
Studio
$1,044
1 Bedroom
$1,186
2 Bedrooms
$1,454
This pet-friendly community close to the I-94 promises interiors featuring vaulted ceilings, breakfast bars, private patios and built-in washers. Enjoy the on-site gym, indoor and outdoor pool, business center and private lakeside setting.
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Starting at $975
Updated 1 hr ago
22 West GRAND Avenue
22 West GRAND Avenue
Fox Lake, IL
2 Bedrooms
$975
Starting at $2,000
Updated 3 hrs ago
1975 Greenleaf Dr
1975 Greenleaf Dr
Round Lake Heights, IL
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
Starting at $1,600
Updated 3 hrs ago
2711 21st St
2711 21st St
Zion, IL
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
Starting at $1,700
Updated 5 hrs ago
1556 Station Park Drive
1556 Station Park Drive
Grayslake, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
Starting at $1,075
Updated 5 hrs ago
1800 Wedgewood Drive
1800 Wedgewood Drive
Gurnee, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,075

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City GuideAntioch

Did you know that the Hiram Buttrick sawmill, located in Antioch, is the most-recognized site in the town? Who knew a sawmill would garner so much attention!

Antioch became a center of commerce in 1839, when the famous Hiram Buttrick sawmill was constructed on a tributary of the nearby Fox River; the sawmill remains emblematic of the settlement even today. With a population of roughly 14,430, Antioch is far from the village it was when the mill was built. However, the mill building -- which has been the subject of countless photographs over the years -- is a replica. So much for heritage! Nevertheless, Antioch has a reputation for being a vacation spot for Chicagoans looking to escape the city life.

Moving To Antioch

There are just short of three and a half thousand housing units in Antioch and many of these are rental homes. However, you won't be surprised to learn that not many of these units are hi rise apartments. If you want to rent an apartment in Antioch, you can definitely find one, but be forewarned that it may be part of a smaller block like those in Anita Terrace. Many apartments are also found in converted residential dwellings.

The village is well positioned for both Chicago and Milwaukee, each of which is roughly an hour's drive from Antioch. This means that the village is a good place to look for rental condos if you are going to be working in either city. Bear in mind that during the rush hour, commute times are longer than an hour.

Located in central Antioch is a railroad station that acts as a terminal for the North Central Service line. If you opt to commute to Chicago by rail, your journey will take about an hour and a half (and you won't have to keep your eyes on the road!). Many of Antioch's residents are employed outside of the village, so you'll be far from alone if you choose to settle here but work elsewhere. Summer and fall tend to be the popular times for people to relocate, so try in spring before there is too much competition for the best apartments.

Neighborhoods

Main Street runs through the most established residential part of Antioch, splitting it approximately in two. To the west, Lake Marie marks the boundary. The eastern parts of the village are more sparse and there are virtually no tall buildings on this side of Antioch. Dwellings surround Redwing Slough Lake and Homer White Lake. Most commuters live in the western side because it affords better access to the railroad station. To the north, the village's border meets the state line between Illinois and Wisconsin.

Western Antioch: Illinois Routes 173 and 59 meet in the western side of the village, close to Main Street. There are plenty of house rental opportunities in this part of the village. Pedersen Park and Tiffany Farms Park are both situated in the vicinity and there is a hotel located close to Antioch Lake, near to Main Street, too. Just to the east of the railroad you can find the Tim Osmond Sports Complex -- a multipurpose building that is so much more than a sports center! Residents also use it as a community hall and administrative center.

Eastern Antioch: From the sports complex, follow West Depot Street to enter the eastern part of Antioch. Here, the homes are clustered around curving streets and drives, often following the shape of the lakes' shores which surround them. There is a Wal-Mart Supercenter located on Deep Lake Road and there are a number of other commercial outlets with good parking close by on Route 173. Raven Glen Forest Preserve lies at the extreme eastern edge of Antioch and you can access it via Route 45 which runs north-south through the preserve.

Living in Antioch

Downtown Antioch (near Main Street) is historic and attracts tourists and residents alike. However, its quaint boutiques and restaurants are not at all old-fashioned -- you definitely won't feel like you're living in a time warp or historical reenactment! If you are looking for a downtown luxury apartment, then you can probably find one above a shop that occupies a historic building near to Main Street.

There are plenty of older buildings and some genuinely historic ones in the village, though a fire destroyed much of the downtown area in 1903. One thing that any newcomer should know -- and just look at a map of village if you need confirmation -- is that Antioch lies in the center of a series of lakes. Lake Michigan is only a half hour's drive away, but the village is surrounded by several other smaller bodies of water, including Lake Marie, Lake Catherine, Redwing Slough Lake, and Antioch Lake. If you don't know how to swim, take lessons before moving to this water-adjacent town.

One highlight of the downtown area -- and don't worry: highlights are plentiful -- is the Pickard China Museum, which has a selection of high-quality chinaware that was made in the area and has graced the tables of several Presidents.

Outside the main urban area, Antioch's lakeside properties also attract much attention. The interconnected lakes surrounding the town are what attract many residents to the area. Don't worry if you're not a fan of water sports, though -- many folks just enjoy picnicking by the lake or reading a book in the sun.

Another perk of living in Antioch is the abundance of outdoor festivals there, including a weeklong summer music festival held in a series of town parks. Antioch is home to an annual food festival and also an autumn arts-and-crafts fair -- perfect for those who want to get a head start on shopping for handcrafted holiday gifts. Even though many villagers work outside of Antioch, it's definitely fair to say the town has a real community spirit -- one evidenced by a full-to-the-brim events calendar and a friendliness pervading the town.

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