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16 Apartments for rent in Marion, IL

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2208 Jennifer Ln
2208 Jennifer Street
Marion, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1650 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
Beautiful 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home, in Marion! - This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is located in a quiet subdivision just off of Main St.
1 Unit Available
918 1/2 N. Bentley
918 1/2 N Bentley St
Marion, IL
1 Bedroom
$625
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
1 Bedroom Home for rent in Marion! - This home has been recently updated! All new flooring, paint, and updated bathroom.
1 Unit Available
303 S 3rd St
303 3rd Street
Marion, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
You'd better hurry! This extensively renovated home has so much new it won't last long... new vinyl plank flooring throughout, both bathrooms are brand new, fresh paint, light fixtures, new water heater, updated wiring and plumbing.
1 Unit Available
606 Valmar Dr
606 Valmar Drive
Marion, IL
3 Bedrooms
$900
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
606 Valmar Dr Available 04/15/21 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home with 1 Car Garage - 3 Bedroom 2 Bath home with attached 1 car garage. This home is located close to town on a quiet cul-de-sac. Rent $900/mo + Security Deposit $900.
Results within 5 miles of Marion
1 Unit Available
201 North 12th Street - 1
201 North 12th Street
Herrin, IL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$650
780 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 01:52 PM
Very nice spacious apartment Herrin Illinois. Water and trash included.
1 Unit Available
401 South 19th Street - B
401 South 19th Street
Herrin, IL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$450
600 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 01:52 PM
2 bed 1 bath apartment. 2 Bedroom 1 bath apartment in Herrin Illinois, comes with cook stove and refrigerator. Carpet in most room and vinyl in kitchen and bath. Unit has washer and dryer hookup, central ac and heat. This apartment id upstairs.
1 Unit Available
205 N 16th St 4
205 North 16th Street
Herrin, IL
1 Bedroom
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3 Bedrooms
$850
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
Property with TLC 3 bedroom 2 bath apartment - Property Id: 396901 Property with TLC manages this upscale 3 bedroom(nice size rooms) 2 bath apartment.
1 Unit Available
608 N. 20th
608 North 20th Street
Herrin, IL
2 Bedrooms
$695
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
Cute 2 Bedroom Home in Herrin Available NOW! - This single family home has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath with a very spacious backyard! An updated kitchen and relatively new carpet means this house won't last long! Pets are allowed for an additional fee.
1 Unit Available
205 S. 18th St.
205 South 18th Street
Herrin, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
3 Bedroom for rent in Herrin! - Check out this cute 2 story home on 18th Street in Herrin! This home features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, beautiful new vinyl plank floors with a nice deck! Pets are allowed if accepted by owner, but will require an
1 Unit Available
421 N. 25th
421 North 25th Street
Herrin, IL
2 Bedrooms
$795
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
Spacious 2 Bedroom 1.5 Bath with Basement - 2 Bedroom 1.5 Bathroom Home with detached garage and basement. This home as lots of space and the rooms are all generous in size. Basement is unfinished, but provides plenty of additional space.
1 Unit Available
1207 Newton Ave
1207 Newton Avenue
Johnston City, IL
2 Bedrooms
$750
1080 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 08:33 AM
RENT TO OWN: 2 beds, 2 baths PERFECT STARTER HOME WITH HUGE YARD AND BACK DECK! 1207 Newton Avenue, Johnston City Monthly Payment: $750.
1 Unit Available
217 South 16th Street
217 South 16th Street
Herrin, IL
2 Bedrooms
$550
680 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 08:10 AM
Newly remodeled 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom ground floor unit. New hardwood floors and carpet. The apt is located in a great quiet area, one block from Herrin Hospital, the civic center and near downtown Herrin. Many restaurants and grocery stores nearby.
Results within 10 miles of Marion
1 Unit Available
1100-4 Briarwood Rd
1100 Briarwood Rd
Carterville, IL
2 Bedrooms
$750
800 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 01:52 PM
Newly remodeled. This energy-efficient apartment includes 2 bedrooms, well-lit security lighting, spacious walk-in closets, plenty of cabinet space, ample parking, ceiling fans throughout, washer and dryer included, and Carterville school district.
1 Unit Available
1101-4 Briarwood Rd
1101 Briarwood Rd
Carterville, IL
2 Bedrooms
$750
768 sqft
Last updated January 15 at 01:52 PM
Newly remodeled. This energy-efficient apartment includes well-lit security lighting, spacious walk-in closets, plenty of cabinet space, ample parking, ceiling fans throughout, washer and dryer included, and Carterville school district.
1 Unit Available
314 E. Mohan
314 East Mohan Street
Cambria, IL
3 Bedrooms
$950
Last updated January 15 at 10:55 AM
3 Bedroom Home For Rent in Cambria! - This 3 Bedroom 1 Bath has underwent some recent updating! Older style home that sits in a country setting and has been well-maintained.
1 Unit Available
1149 149 Maple
1149 East Main Street
West Frankfort, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,620
900 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 10:37 AM
AVAILABLE MAY! Outstanding two bedroom, one bathroom in Evanston features newer kitchen, spacious living area, equal sized bedrooms, great closet space, updated bathroom, laundry in building, hardwood floors throughout, and pets welcome! Close to
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Apartment Rentals in Marion start at $600/month.
How much is rent in Marion?
Apartment Rentals in Marion start at $600/month.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Marion 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

Marion
The unique spelling of Marion is shared by actress Marion Ross, best known for her role as Mrs. Cunningham on the hit television series Happy Days. She has long been the unofficial spokeswomen for this fair city!
The unique spelling of Marion is shared by actress Marion Ross, best known for her role as Mrs. Cunningham on the hit television series Happy Days. She has long been the unofficial spokeswomen for this fair city!

Marion is a city that has kept a small-town feeling while still offering big city amenities, and finding an apartment to rent in Marion is not difficult. There are also plenty of dining and entertainment establishments - not so small town after all. The Marion Civic Center plays host to touring bands, conventions and various indoor fairs throughout the year, the largest being the Home and Garden Expo. You will find everything you could need to live well in this big little city!

So You Want to Live in Marion?

Renting is typically fast and easy in Marion, with most places wanting an application form with all your necessary information. First and last month's rent and a security deposit are generally necessary - but if you're surprised by that, then there's a different discussion to be had. Some places may run a credit check (better pay that bill!), but this is not the norm.

So You Want to Live in Marion?
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Renting is typically fast and easy in Marion, with most places wanting an application form with all your necessary information. First and last month's rent and a security deposit are generally necessary - but if you're surprised by that, then there's a different discussion to be had. Some places may run a credit check (better pay that bill!), but this is not the norm.

Neighborhoods

While there are several neighborhoods in Marion, it's important to note that they are more real estate designations than distinct neighborhoods such as the ones you might find with city apartments in larger urban areas.

Court: This is the oldest part of the city, with the homes to prove it. An area that was settled as primarily agricultural, this was the original 'town,' and the older homes were originally those of the town founders, storekeepers and such. Many of them have been converted into apartments, townhouses and condos for rent. There are also many smaller four-bedroom and under homes in this area. Locating an apartment to rent is not difficult here and this is a great area to live in if you are a musician; there are several music stores in the area!

White Ash: As Marion has expanded, it has incorporated many virtually extinct towns into the city itself. One such area is White Ash. This area is largely farmland with houses spread a great deal apart, except for the area that was once the town center. Here you will find a nice residential area with many homes.

City Center: With the shifting of the central hub from Court to the main highway and Interstate, this area grew rapidly. In this area, you'll find an interesting split between apartment complexes and larger four- and five-bedroom homes. This area is dominated by the Marion Regional Airport and a vast complex of what has locally come to be called "Doctors Mall" due to the number of medical facilities in three-block radius.

Wolf Creek: If you want a fair number of people around your living situation, then you might want to concentrate your search for home rentals to this area. Wolf Creek is the primary residential area of Marion, with several apartment complexes, townhouses, duplexes and single family homes.

Neighborhoods
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While there are several neighborhoods in Marion, it's important to note that they are more real estate designations than distinct neighborhoods such as the ones you might find with city apartments in larger urban areas.

Court: This is the oldest part of the city, with the homes to prove it. An area that was settled as primarily agricultural, this was the original 'town,' and the older homes were originally those of the town founders, storekeepers and such. Many of them have been converted into apartments, townhouses and condos for rent. There are also many smaller four-bedroom and under homes in this area. Locating an apartment to rent is not difficult here and this is a great area to live in if you are a musician; there are several music stores in the area!

White Ash: As Marion has expanded, it has incorporated many virtually extinct towns into the city itself. One such area is White Ash. This area is largely farmland with houses spread a great deal apart, except for the area that was once the town center. Here you will find a nice residential area with many homes.

City Center: With the shifting of the central hub from Court to the main highway and Interstate, this area grew rapidly. In this area, you'll find an interesting split between apartment complexes and larger four- and five-bedroom homes. This area is dominated by the Marion Regional Airport and a vast complex of what has locally come to be called "Doctors Mall" due to the number of medical facilities in three-block radius.

Wolf Creek: If you want a fair number of people around your living situation, then you might want to concentrate your search for home rentals to this area. Wolf Creek is the primary residential area of Marion, with several apartment complexes, townhouses, duplexes and single family homes.

Local Favorites

Pizza lovers, be sure to stop in for the Saluki Special at Mackies Pizza - and if you don't, then you're wrong. Mackies is named for the mascot of nearby Southern Illinois University and is worth the calories. For something a bit exotic, the Asian Bistro is located near the mall. For barbecue, the award-winning 17th Street Bar and Grill is a great place to stop in with friends. After you finish dining, consider supporting the Southern Illinois Miners, the local minor league baseball team.

Local Favorites
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Pizza lovers, be sure to stop in for the Saluki Special at Mackies Pizza - and if you don't, then you're wrong. Mackies is named for the mascot of nearby Southern Illinois University and is worth the calories. For something a bit exotic, the Asian Bistro is located near the mall. For barbecue, the award-winning 17th Street Bar and Grill is a great place to stop in with friends. After you finish dining, consider supporting the Southern Illinois Miners, the local minor league baseball team.

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City Guide

Marion
The unique spelling of Marion is shared by actress Marion Ross, best known for her role as Mrs. Cunningham on the hit television series Happy Days. She has long been the unofficial spokeswomen for this fair city!
The unique spelling of Marion is shared by actress Marion Ross, best known for her role as Mrs. Cunningham on the hit television series Happy Days. She has long been the unofficial spokeswomen for this fair city!

Marion is a city that has kept a small-town feeling while still offering big city amenities, and finding an apartment to rent in Marion is not difficult. There are also plenty of dining and entertainment establishments - not so small town after all. The Marion Civic Center plays host to touring bands, conventions and various indoor fairs throughout the year, the largest being the Home and Garden Expo. You will find everything you could need to live well in this big little city!

So You Want to Live in Marion?

Renting is typically fast and easy in Marion, with most places wanting an application form with all your necessary information. First and last month's rent and a security deposit are generally necessary - but if you're surprised by that, then there's a different discussion to be had. Some places may run a credit check (better pay that bill!), but this is not the norm.

So You Want to Live in Marion?
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Renting is typically fast and easy in Marion, with most places wanting an application form with all your necessary information. First and last month's rent and a security deposit are generally necessary - but if you're surprised by that, then there's a different discussion to be had. Some places may run a credit check (better pay that bill!), but this is not the norm.

Neighborhoods

While there are several neighborhoods in Marion, it's important to note that they are more real estate designations than distinct neighborhoods such as the ones you might find with city apartments in larger urban areas.

Court: This is the oldest part of the city, with the homes to prove it. An area that was settled as primarily agricultural, this was the original 'town,' and the older homes were originally those of the town founders, storekeepers and such. Many of them have been converted into apartments, townhouses and condos for rent. There are also many smaller four-bedroom and under homes in this area. Locating an apartment to rent is not difficult here and this is a great area to live in if you are a musician; there are several music stores in the area!

White Ash: As Marion has expanded, it has incorporated many virtually extinct towns into the city itself. One such area is White Ash. This area is largely farmland with houses spread a great deal apart, except for the area that was once the town center. Here you will find a nice residential area with many homes.

City Center: With the shifting of the central hub from Court to the main highway and Interstate, this area grew rapidly. In this area, you'll find an interesting split between apartment complexes and larger four- and five-bedroom homes. This area is dominated by the Marion Regional Airport and a vast complex of what has locally come to be called "Doctors Mall" due to the number of medical facilities in three-block radius.

Wolf Creek: If you want a fair number of people around your living situation, then you might want to concentrate your search for home rentals to this area. Wolf Creek is the primary residential area of Marion, with several apartment complexes, townhouses, duplexes and single family homes.

Neighborhoods
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While there are several neighborhoods in Marion, it's important to note that they are more real estate designations than distinct neighborhoods such as the ones you might find with city apartments in larger urban areas.

Court: This is the oldest part of the city, with the homes to prove it. An area that was settled as primarily agricultural, this was the original 'town,' and the older homes were originally those of the town founders, storekeepers and such. Many of them have been converted into apartments, townhouses and condos for rent. There are also many smaller four-bedroom and under homes in this area. Locating an apartment to rent is not difficult here and this is a great area to live in if you are a musician; there are several music stores in the area!

White Ash: As Marion has expanded, it has incorporated many virtually extinct towns into the city itself. One such area is White Ash. This area is largely farmland with houses spread a great deal apart, except for the area that was once the town center. Here you will find a nice residential area with many homes.

City Center: With the shifting of the central hub from Court to the main highway and Interstate, this area grew rapidly. In this area, you'll find an interesting split between apartment complexes and larger four- and five-bedroom homes. This area is dominated by the Marion Regional Airport and a vast complex of what has locally come to be called "Doctors Mall" due to the number of medical facilities in three-block radius.

Wolf Creek: If you want a fair number of people around your living situation, then you might want to concentrate your search for home rentals to this area. Wolf Creek is the primary residential area of Marion, with several apartment complexes, townhouses, duplexes and single family homes.

Local Favorites

Pizza lovers, be sure to stop in for the Saluki Special at Mackies Pizza - and if you don't, then you're wrong. Mackies is named for the mascot of nearby Southern Illinois University and is worth the calories. For something a bit exotic, the Asian Bistro is located near the mall. For barbecue, the award-winning 17th Street Bar and Grill is a great place to stop in with friends. After you finish dining, consider supporting the Southern Illinois Miners, the local minor league baseball team.

Local Favorites
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Pizza lovers, be sure to stop in for the Saluki Special at Mackies Pizza - and if you don't, then you're wrong. Mackies is named for the mascot of nearby Southern Illinois University and is worth the calories. For something a bit exotic, the Asian Bistro is located near the mall. For barbecue, the award-winning 17th Street Bar and Grill is a great place to stop in with friends. After you finish dining, consider supporting the Southern Illinois Miners, the local minor league baseball team.