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3 Apartments for rent in Dixon, IL

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803 S. Ottawa Ave. - 2, 60, 07-08-05-432-008
803 South Ottawa Avenue
Dixon, IL
2 Bedrooms
$750
1100 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 04:49 PM
Two bedroom house on a corner lot with a HUGE garage. There is a paver patio with a fire pit in the back yard. The house has central air, modern furnace, laundry hookup, new windows and more.
1 Unit Available
98 Galena S. Ave.
98 S Galena Ave
Dixon, IL
Studio
$2,000
7500 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 04:49 PM
Office or retail in the heart of downtown Dixon. Frontage on Galena and 1st Street.
1 Unit Available
419 W. 3rd St. - 2
419 West 3rd Street
Dixon, IL
1 Bedroom
$500
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 19 at 07:19 PM
Nice 1 bedroom. Total remodeled with new flooring, paint, appliances and more. Comfortable and efficient hot water heat and built in AC unit. Good location very close to downtown. On site laundry and garage parking available.
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Apartment Rentals in Dixon start at $500/month.
How much is rent in Dixon?
Apartment Rentals in Dixon start at $500/month.
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While some Dixon properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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City Guide

Dixon
Welcome to Dixon, a small Illinois town with an incredibly famous former resident. Let’s take a look at some apartments for rent and find you a great new home!
Welcome to Dixon, a small Illinois town with an incredibly famous former resident. Let’s take a look at some apartments for rent and find you a great new home!
Life in Dixon

Dixon is located in northern Illinois about halfway between Rockford and the Quad Cities. Because there isn’t much in terms of employment opportunities in Dixon, many residents tend to commute either 40 miles northeast to Rockford or 70 miles southwest to the Quad Cities area.

Work isn’t the only thing you’ll be commuting for. While the town has a few amenities in the form of large box stores and chain shops and restaurants, there’s really not much else to do around town. With little in terms of nightlife, many young people end up driving to the slightly more diverse, urban communities to the north and south.

If you like hunting, fishing and boating, though, you’ll find plenty to keep yourself entertained during the summer months. Castles Rock State Park is about 11 miles from Dixon and has tons of great recreational opportunities for families and young adventurers.

American history buffs will enjoy living in the city that former president Ronald Reagan called home for a large portion of his childhood. The Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home National Historic Site is located smack dab in the middle of downtown Dixon.

Unfortunately, there hasn’t been a lot of development in Dixon and the real estate market here is dominated by owner-occupied homes. While there are a few apartment rentals scattered throughout town, your best bet will likely be found in a rental home or duplex. However, the low cost of living and decent safety record mean that most rentals are found in cheap apartments in safe neighborhoods.

Most Dixon residents agree that the area north of the city center is the most desirable. You’ll find a settled, family-friendly community with all with a great safety record. Because it’s more settled, there are fewer apartment rentals and more rental homes. The developments here, however, frequently offer amenities, like gyms, pools and clubhouses. Two bedrooms here generally range from $650 to $800.

The areas east and west of the city center are slowly becoming better places to live. Here you’ll find some rentals in apartment buildings that offer everything from studio apartments to three bedrooms. The east side is generally better regarded than the west, though, with a better safety reputation and comparable rents. Two bedrooms in this area generally range from $500 to $750.

Good news for pet lovers! Dixon’s rental market, small as it is, is fairly pet-friendly. While some larger apartment communities may require an additional pet deposit or have size and breed restrictions, many rentals will be both cat and dog friendly.

So welcome to Dixon! Enjoy all that this small, conveniently located city has to offer!

Life in Dixon
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Dixon is located in northern Illinois about halfway between Rockford and the Quad Cities. Because there isn’t much in terms of employment opportunities in Dixon, many residents tend to commute either 40 miles northeast to Rockford or 70 miles southwest to the Quad Cities area.

Work isn’t the only thing you’ll be commuting for. While the town has a few amenities in the form of large box stores and chain shops and restaurants, there’s really not much else to do around town. With little in terms of nightlife, many young people end up driving to the slightly more diverse, urban communities to the north and south.

If you like hunting, fishing and boating, though, you’ll find plenty to keep yourself entertained during the summer months. Castles Rock State Park is about 11 miles from Dixon and has tons of great recreational opportunities for families and young adventurers.

American history buffs will enjoy living in the city that former president Ronald Reagan called home for a large portion of his childhood. The Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home National Historic Site is located smack dab in the middle of downtown Dixon.

Unfortunately, there hasn’t been a lot of development in Dixon and the real estate market here is dominated by owner-occupied homes. While there are a few apartment rentals scattered throughout town, your best bet will likely be found in a rental home or duplex. However, the low cost of living and decent safety record mean that most rentals are found in cheap apartments in safe neighborhoods.

Most Dixon residents agree that the area north of the city center is the most desirable. You’ll find a settled, family-friendly community with all with a great safety record. Because it’s more settled, there are fewer apartment rentals and more rental homes. The developments here, however, frequently offer amenities, like gyms, pools and clubhouses. Two bedrooms here generally range from $650 to $800.

The areas east and west of the city center are slowly becoming better places to live. Here you’ll find some rentals in apartment buildings that offer everything from studio apartments to three bedrooms. The east side is generally better regarded than the west, though, with a better safety reputation and comparable rents. Two bedrooms in this area generally range from $500 to $750.

Good news for pet lovers! Dixon’s rental market, small as it is, is fairly pet-friendly. While some larger apartment communities may require an additional pet deposit or have size and breed restrictions, many rentals will be both cat and dog friendly.

So welcome to Dixon! Enjoy all that this small, conveniently located city has to offer!

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City Guide

Dixon
Welcome to Dixon, a small Illinois town with an incredibly famous former resident. Let’s take a look at some apartments for rent and find you a great new home!
Welcome to Dixon, a small Illinois town with an incredibly famous former resident. Let’s take a look at some apartments for rent and find you a great new home!
Life in Dixon

Dixon is located in northern Illinois about halfway between Rockford and the Quad Cities. Because there isn’t much in terms of employment opportunities in Dixon, many residents tend to commute either 40 miles northeast to Rockford or 70 miles southwest to the Quad Cities area.

Work isn’t the only thing you’ll be commuting for. While the town has a few amenities in the form of large box stores and chain shops and restaurants, there’s really not much else to do around town. With little in terms of nightlife, many young people end up driving to the slightly more diverse, urban communities to the north and south.

If you like hunting, fishing and boating, though, you’ll find plenty to keep yourself entertained during the summer months. Castles Rock State Park is about 11 miles from Dixon and has tons of great recreational opportunities for families and young adventurers.

American history buffs will enjoy living in the city that former president Ronald Reagan called home for a large portion of his childhood. The Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home National Historic Site is located smack dab in the middle of downtown Dixon.

Unfortunately, there hasn’t been a lot of development in Dixon and the real estate market here is dominated by owner-occupied homes. While there are a few apartment rentals scattered throughout town, your best bet will likely be found in a rental home or duplex. However, the low cost of living and decent safety record mean that most rentals are found in cheap apartments in safe neighborhoods.

Most Dixon residents agree that the area north of the city center is the most desirable. You’ll find a settled, family-friendly community with all with a great safety record. Because it’s more settled, there are fewer apartment rentals and more rental homes. The developments here, however, frequently offer amenities, like gyms, pools and clubhouses. Two bedrooms here generally range from $650 to $800.

The areas east and west of the city center are slowly becoming better places to live. Here you’ll find some rentals in apartment buildings that offer everything from studio apartments to three bedrooms. The east side is generally better regarded than the west, though, with a better safety reputation and comparable rents. Two bedrooms in this area generally range from $500 to $750.

Good news for pet lovers! Dixon’s rental market, small as it is, is fairly pet-friendly. While some larger apartment communities may require an additional pet deposit or have size and breed restrictions, many rentals will be both cat and dog friendly.

So welcome to Dixon! Enjoy all that this small, conveniently located city has to offer!

Life in Dixon
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Dixon is located in northern Illinois about halfway between Rockford and the Quad Cities. Because there isn’t much in terms of employment opportunities in Dixon, many residents tend to commute either 40 miles northeast to Rockford or 70 miles southwest to the Quad Cities area.

Work isn’t the only thing you’ll be commuting for. While the town has a few amenities in the form of large box stores and chain shops and restaurants, there’s really not much else to do around town. With little in terms of nightlife, many young people end up driving to the slightly more diverse, urban communities to the north and south.

If you like hunting, fishing and boating, though, you’ll find plenty to keep yourself entertained during the summer months. Castles Rock State Park is about 11 miles from Dixon and has tons of great recreational opportunities for families and young adventurers.

American history buffs will enjoy living in the city that former president Ronald Reagan called home for a large portion of his childhood. The Ronald Reagan Boyhood Home National Historic Site is located smack dab in the middle of downtown Dixon.

Unfortunately, there hasn’t been a lot of development in Dixon and the real estate market here is dominated by owner-occupied homes. While there are a few apartment rentals scattered throughout town, your best bet will likely be found in a rental home or duplex. However, the low cost of living and decent safety record mean that most rentals are found in cheap apartments in safe neighborhoods.

Most Dixon residents agree that the area north of the city center is the most desirable. You’ll find a settled, family-friendly community with all with a great safety record. Because it’s more settled, there are fewer apartment rentals and more rental homes. The developments here, however, frequently offer amenities, like gyms, pools and clubhouses. Two bedrooms here generally range from $650 to $800.

The areas east and west of the city center are slowly becoming better places to live. Here you’ll find some rentals in apartment buildings that offer everything from studio apartments to three bedrooms. The east side is generally better regarded than the west, though, with a better safety reputation and comparable rents. Two bedrooms in this area generally range from $500 to $750.

Good news for pet lovers! Dixon’s rental market, small as it is, is fairly pet-friendly. While some larger apartment communities may require an additional pet deposit or have size and breed restrictions, many rentals will be both cat and dog friendly.

So welcome to Dixon! Enjoy all that this small, conveniently located city has to offer!