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178 apartments for rent near Homewood, IL

Ridge Rd
Homewood
3 Bed
$1,499
Ridge Rd
Homewood
3 Bed
$1,599
2047 Cedar Rd
Homewood
2 Bed
$1,000
Results within 1 miles of Homewood, IL
Birchwood Dr
Hazel Crest
4 Bed
$1,800
16329 Wood Street
Markham
3 Bed
$1,200
N Glenwood Ave
Glenwood
4 Bed
$1,399
W Terrace Dr
Glenwood
3 Bed
$1,495
175th Pl
Country Club Hills
4 Bed
$1,800
176th St
Country Club Hills
3 Bed
$1,700
Vardon Ln
Flossmoor
3 Bed
$1,675
17616 Oakwood Dr
Hazel Crest
3 Bed
Ask
3324 Western Ave
3324 Western Ave
1 Bed
$900
2 Bed
$1,025
3 Bed
$1,199
Pangea Lakes
13300 S Indiana Ave
2 Bed
$846
3 Bed
Ask
4 Bed
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Results within 5 miles of Homewood, IL
14020 S School St
14020 S School St
1 Bed
$720
2 Bed
$870
14127 S School St
14127 S School St
1 Bed
Ask
2 Bed
$865
21746 S Jeffrey
21746 Jeffrey Ave
1 Bed
$775
2 Bed
$930
16630 Beverly Avenue
Tinley Park
3 Bed
$1,795
17200 Oak Park Avenue
Tinley Park
2 Bed
$2,000
16776 Artesian Avenue
Hazel Crest
4 Bed
$1,825
436 Roberts Dr
Glenwood
Studio
$1,100
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City Guide
Homewood
Moving to Town

Homewood, much like the name suggests, is a popular spot to settle in, so be sure to allow yourself at least 30 days to look for housing and check online and local newspaper listings for what's available. Of course, one of the best ways to find properties you'd like to rent is to drive and walk the streets of the community.

Neighborhoods

In Homewood, different neighborhoods offer a range of living styles and nearby amenities.

Village Center: Here, you'll find pretty paths by Butterfield Creek and a mix of apartments and houses for rent with plenty of green space.

Halstead Street: This location contains medium-size, small, and large single-family homes and small apartment complexes for rent, with plenty of green space. Many homes are older and well established, built between 1940 and 1969.

City Center: Historic properties abound in this community, with plenty of cafes and shops as well.

Living in Homewood

Arts and Starts

New businesses have continued to find roots in Homewood over the years. Westgate Shopping Center, Halsted Street chain stores, Northgate Shopping Center and more make Homewood a big draw for shoppers of all kinds. Whether you're after boutique stores or known chains, they're here in town.

Prefer art to commerce? The Homewood Fine Art Fair was first held in 1981, and continues to thrive. The fair is held every June in the leafy green environment of Marie Irwin Park. While the original intent was fine art alone, the addition of arts and crafts to the tonier portraits and landscapes has proven popular. Some of the original juried artists still exhibit here.

Sweet Spot

Every February, Homewood holds a chocolate festival, with sweet treats, baked goods, desserts of all kinds and children's games.

But it's not just candy that makes this a sweet town; plenty of community spirit takes place here, from a farmers' market with locally sourced produce and flowers to events like Dog Days of Summer, a block party with live entertainment and carnival games held every August. Named for canine companions, there's an annual "Pooch Parade" too, which allows owners to enter their pups in categories like most unique, most humorous and best in parade.

Still not barking up the right tree for you? There's a vintage car parade annually as well, exploring the Dixie Highway with entertainment and food at towns along the way. It all begins in Homewood. The Model A or T not your cup of "T?" Then there's the annual Fall Fest with horse-drawn rides in wagons through the historic downtown, a pumpkin patch and arts and crafts.

If all of these events don't make you want to call Homewood your home turf, then just check out the tree-lined streets, parks and pleasant neighborhoods.