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62 apartments for rent near Richton Park, IL

Salem Ct
Richton Park
4 Bed
$1,595
Results within 1 miles of Richton Park, IL
Marquette St
Park Forest
3 Bed
$1,150
210 Nashua St
Park Forest
4 Bed
$1,350
1001 Warwick Drive
Matteson
4 Bed
$2,100
257 Minocqua Street
Park Forest
2 Bed
$975
Tomahawk St
Park Forest
3 Bed
$1,200
Berry Path Trl
Matteson
3 Bed
$1,645
848 Harvard Lane
Matteson
3 Bed
$1,715
Brittany Ct
Frankfort
3 Bed
$2,695
300 Sioux St
Park Forest
3 Bed
$1,300
116 Walnut Street
Park Forest
4 Bed
$1,300
21138 Vivienne Dr
Matteson
4 Bed
$2,795
556 Lakewood Boulevard
Park Forest
4 Bed
$1,450
Results within 5 miles of Richton Park, IL
3324 Western Ave
3324 Western Ave
1 Bed
$799
2 Bed
$1,025
3 Bed
$1,199
4300 190th Pl
Country Club Hills
3 Bed
$1,800
18408 Morris Ave
Homewood
3 Bed
$1,650
3441 Chicago Rd
Steger
2 Bed
$800
18716 Baker Avenue
Country Club Hills
4 Bed
$1,500
18109 Soleri Drive
Country Club Hills
3 Bed
$1,350
18714 Harding Ave
Flossmoor
3 Bed
$1,549
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City Guide
Richton Park
Moving to Richton Park

If you're thinking about renting an apartment in Richton Park, you'll be happy to know that nearly half the units here are rentals! It's pretty easy to find places to rent, whether you're looking right in the center of Richton Park or would prefer to live on the periphery in one of the more rural sections. Whether you need pet friendly apartments or apartments with paid utilities, you can pretty much find it all here. Just give yourself a few weeks to look around and get acquainted with it - it's fun getting to know a new city! You'll have to figure out where your new grocery store, dry cleaners, gas station, etc are going to be and how far they are from your new house. It's good to make a list of the different conveniences that are important to you about both your new apartment as well as your new neighborhood. The more you can narrow down your search, the easier it will be for you to find the place you want as quickly as possible!

Moving here will be a cinch! Start making appointments with landlords so you can get to see a variety of places. That's the best way to get a feel for what is out there and to make sure you're getting a good deal on the place you settle on. Check out places in different neighborhoods so you get a sense of what it will feel like to live in different places. You never know what areas you might like better than others and you don't want to find this out after you move in!

When you go to meet your prospective landlords, always bring a folder with all the documents you need. This includes a copy of your ID, your credit report, your bank statements, pay stubs, letter of employment, references, rental application and any other paperwork you think your landlord might want to see. If you have any pets, bring along paperwork proving that they have had all their shots, too, and be sure to approve the pet with your landlord before you move them in.

Neighborhoods of Richton Park

Richton Park is a small town but it still has distinct neighborhoods. You'll get a different lifestyle living right in the city center as opposed to living out in one of the more rural sections. Here's a little bit of info about the different neighborhoods in the area.

West Richton Park: This area is right on I-57, which is great for anyone who needs to commute into Chicago for work or just likes to be close to easy transportation options. There are quite a few small subdivisions over here but not much else. You'll find a couple of fast food restaurants, but it's mostly residential. Lake George is set in the northern section of this area and is a beautiful place to relax or go fishing!

East Richton Park: This area is much more urban and busy than the west side. You'll find the Amber Room and Chicago Dough, two of the local favorites, and a number of other restaurants peppered along Governors Highway and the Sauk Trail. The beautiful Central Park and Jones Park are over this way too. Here you'll find many more apartment rentals and big apartment complexes.

Living in Richton Park

Richton Park is a mix of rural farmland, small subdivisions and bustling streets filled with shops and restaurants. Living here feels a million miles away from the busy Chicago streets but you also get to take advantage of everything the big city has to offer! Head in to check out a Cubs game or catch the latest in theater, swing by one of the popular museums and dine at one of the many world-class restaurants in the windy city!