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6 apartments for rent near Danville, IL

2730 Townway Rd
2 Bed
2730 Townway Rd
1 Bed
Results within 5 miles of Danville, IL
502 N Sandusky St
3 Bed
201 Adams St
2 Bed
Results within 20 miles of Danville, IL
718 S Fifth
4 Bed
418 Laurel
St. Joseph
3 Bed
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City Guide

Fortunately, inexpensive apartment living is a fact of life in Danville, where basic one bedroom units are available for between $500 and $600, and more spacious (1,000-plus square foot) townhomes generally go for no more than $700 or $800. And, although you won’t find too terribly many apartments for rent in Danville, you’ll be glad to know that the handful of apartments that are available in the city typically sport above-average amenities (laundry facilities, covered parking, private swimming pool, patios/balconies, and scenic lakeside views in some cases). Just bring along proof of income, banking account info, and a list of previous residences and you’ll be living it up in your Danville dream pad before you know it!

Not every apartment complex in Danville allows pets, but pet-friendly apartments do exist, so there’s no need to fret if you’re bringing a furry four-legged friend along. A limited number of furnished apartments and short-term lease deals are available as well, and move-in specials pop up frequently. Obviously, feel free to shop the apartment market leisurely without worrying about the perfect apartment slipping through your grasp.

Like much of Vermilion County, Danville has a variety of different areas. Generally, the more modern neighborhoods are situated on the north end. No matter which part of Danville you’re considering moving to, though, we recommend scouting out the area in advance to see with your own eyes if you’re comfy with its vibes or not.

Feeling anxious to get out and have some fun in Danville, Illinois? The city is home to several historic museums and sites, 17 parks featuring countless ponds and trails, and a smattering of nightlife venues. Factor in an extremely low cost of living index (19 percentage points below the national average), and we get the feeling you’ll soon be feeling right at home in Danville.

Welcome aboard, start clicking away, and happy hunting!