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341 Wisteria Drive
341 Wisteria Drive
Streamwood, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,525
1133 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:39 AM
Nice 2-bedroom end unit Townhome with wood laminate and ceramic floors, vaulted ceiling, attached one care garage, fireplace, patio, and in-unit laundry including washer/dryer! Walk-in closet in master bedroom. 2 pets allowed.
1 Unit Available
556 East Shag Bark Lane
556 East Shag Bark Lane
Streamwood, IL | Estate Park
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
990 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
Very cozy townhome with a garage for reasonable rent. Close to highways, hopping and restaurants. It's ready to move in! New paint, stove, kitchen floor, Newer heater and refrigerator. Beautiful hardwood floor in the living/dining area.
1 Unit Available
139 North Park Boulevard
139 North Park Boulevard
Streamwood, IL | Estate Park
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
1039 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
2 bed 2 bath priced to rent, 1 car garage. New paint in whole unit. New carpet. New laminate floor in kitchen. Attached garage, in-unit laundry, and large, Nice deck balcony with open ground view ..CLOSE TO SHOPPING AND EXPRESSWAYS .
1 Unit Available
12 TRUMAN Court
12 Truman Court
Streamwood, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
1300 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
Immaculate updated first floor manor home with split floor plan. Newer large updated kitchen with Shaker style white cabinets, granite countertops and stainless appliances.
1 Unit Available
41 Blue Stem Court
41 Bluestem Court
Streamwood, IL
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1670 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 09:17 PM
MASSIVE 3 Bedroom Townhouse for Rent in Streamwood! CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO VIEW OUR 3D TOUR ONLINE NOW!! https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=mdc1vahPZqJ The large 2 story staircase entrance instantly showcases the size and open layout of this home.
1 Unit Available
216 Tanglewood Drive
216 Tanglewood Drive
Streamwood, IL | Fair Oaks
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1200 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:32 AM
Updated Streamwood 3BR, 1BA w/Family Room - This spacious ranch located in Fair Oaks subdivision is updated and well cared for. One level living with 1st floor family room. Central Air. All appliances including washer and dryer. Fenced yard.
1 Unit Available
679 MAPLE Drive
679 Maple Drive
Streamwood, IL
4 Bedrooms
$2,000
2224 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:17 AM
New Carpeting and freshly painted is now available for rent. Absolutely Beautiful Upgraded Hartford Model ,Expect to be impressed with this luxuriously updated 4 bedroom and 2.1 full bathroom home that exudes elegance and sophistication.
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1700 Ontarioville Rd
Hanover Park, IL
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,038
672 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,244
895 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:05 AM
Various sized apartments with granite surfaces and hardwood floors. The pet-friendly community has a gym, pool and BBQ area. Next to a train station for easy access to Chicago and beyond.
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2 Units Available
Bartlett Lakes
562 Deere Park Cir #106
Bartlett, IL
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,295
880 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 12:30 AM
Bartlett Lakes Apartments offers spacious one and two bedroom homes with amenities that are tailored to meet your needs. Enjoy the conveniences of great shopping, access to the Metra, Elgin O'Hare Expressway, I-290 and I-355.
1 Unit Available
2791 Glasgow Court
2791 Glasgow Court
Schaumburg, IL | Golden Corridor
2 Bedrooms
$1,695
1200 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:21 PM
LOOK NO FURTHER! SPACIOUS TWO BEDROOM CONDO WITH PRIVATE ONE CAR GARAGE CENTRALLY LOCATED NEAR SCHAUMBURG & BARRINGTON ROADS. FAMILY ROOM WITH VAULTED CEILINGS, BALCONY, FIREPLACE, OPEN KITCHEN W/ STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES.
1 Unit Available
188 Robert Court
188 Robert Court
Bartlett, IL
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,900
1000 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
On process of rehabbing completions!!! Excellent School District. Rarely available 3 BR unit in Bartlett Green. Cabinet Kitchen with eating area and access to deck. New hot water heater. Newer "in unit" washer & dryer. Newer carpeting.
1 Unit Available
185 Rita Court
185 Rita Court
Bartlett, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,900
980 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
Completed rehabbing!!! Commuter's Dream! Beautiful/updated 3 bedroom, 1 bath with attached garage home is conveniently located in the Heart of Down Town Bartlett very close to Metra train station. Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite Countertop.
1 Unit Available
2392 John Smith Drive
2392 John Smith Drive
Schaumburg, IL | Golden Corridor
1 Bedroom
$1,050
700 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
Beautiful!! Newer roof, newer windows, newer siding, new pkg lot, appl, First floor unit corner building, lot os open area and parking. Waiting for the new tenant! Long term lease considered. Rent on time year 1...
1 Unit Available
366 Monarch Birch Court
366 Monarch Birch Court
Bartlett, IL | Amber Grove
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
1504 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
A must see! 2 bedroom 2.1 bath Town-home. Cul-d-sac location in Amber Grove subdivision with an extra long driveway. Master bedroom has vaulted ceiling and private bath. Kitchen with stainless steel appliances and eating area.
1 Unit Available
1303 Kingsbury Drive
1303 Kingsbury Drive
Hanover Park, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
675 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
Ranch with 1 car garage in Schaumburg schoold district 54! Newer items include: Furnace & AC 2018, Refrigerator 2018, HWH 2014, Washer/dryer 2014. Laminate floors in LR, hall and bedrooms. You'll love having a separate entrance too!
1 Unit Available
45 AMBER Court
45 Amber Court
Schaumburg, IL | Towne Place
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
1100 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
Upscale rental in Towne Place West! Brand new plush carpet in living room, dining room and master bedroom. Professionally cleaned and ready for immediate move-in. Dramatic 2nd floor unit with vaulted ceilings and skylights.
1 Unit Available
121 Dorshire Court
121 Dorshire Court
Schaumburg, IL | Towne Place
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1700 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
Please note :New stainless steel stove on order!! Townhome will be professionally cleaned and touched up before move-in! Ever popular Towne Place West! Rare 3 bedroom 2 story unit with 2 car garage! Pretty laminate floors on first level, and newer
1 Unit Available
329 Joan Court
329 Joan Court
Bartlett, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1000 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 329 Joan Court in Bartlett. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
336 Mulberry Court
336 Mulberry Court
Bartlett, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,595
1000 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 11:20 PM
Not your typical rental unit - this is like a new home! You do not want to miss this beautiful spacious condo in Hearthwood Farms! Located on a private cul-de-sac.
1 Unit Available
322 Debbie Lane 322
322 Debbie Lane
Schaumburg, IL | Golden Corridor
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
Last updated December 2 at 11:33 AM
Spacious Condo - Property Id: 432417 Welcome home! 1st floor end unit ranch condo! You'll enjoy this spacious 2 bedroom/2 bathroom condo with it's own private entrance and 1 car garage. Large in unit laundry room. Lots of storage .
1 Unit Available
2033 Oxford Ct
2033 Oxford Court
Schaumburg, IL | Golden Corridor
3 Bedrooms
$1,775
1686 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 08:39 AM
Spacious 3 bedroom town house in nice townhome community conveniently located in Schaumburg. Large kitchen with modern appliances and attached dining.
1 Unit Available
327 Newport Lane, A2
327 Newport Lane
Bartlett, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
1100 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 08:07 AM
2 bedroom, 2 bathroom house in Bartlett. Rent includes Sewer/Trash. Tenant pays for other utilities. Best School district. Very close to Metra Station.
1 Unit Available
367 Hunterdon Court
367 Hunterdon Court
Schaumburg, IL | Red Rock
2 Bedrooms
$1,495
1200 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:17 AM
Available April 1st. No pets! Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath 2 story townhouse in great location. Hardwood floors throughout. Very nice kitchen with corian countertops. Master suite with private bath. All baths are nicely updated.
1 Unit Available
1672 Tanglewood Avenue
1672 Tanglewood Avenue
Hanover Park, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
900 sqft
Last updated March 5 at 03:35 AM
Village Has Crime Free Requirement ...Owner prefers 2 Year Lease !!!Solid Brick 2 Flat offers 2 Bedroom Garden Unit for Rent!! Gorgeously Updated!! All Stainless Steel Appliances!! Washer & Dryer in Building!! Ample Parking!! Min Credit of 650...
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Apartment Rentals in Streamwood start at $1,300/month.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Streamwood. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Wheaton College, Concordia University-Chicago, College of DuPage, North Central College, and Dominican University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Streamwood. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Wheaton College, Concordia University-Chicago, College of DuPage, North Central College, and Dominican University.

City Guide

Streamwood
"She said she's from a little town called Streamwood. / Where you can hear the coyotes and the train horn and the cracks in the road. / Or so I'm told." (- Matt Glista, "Streamwood")
"She said she's from a little town called Streamwood. / Where you can hear the coyotes and the train horn and the cracks in the road. / Or so I'm told." (- Matt Glista, "Streamwood")

From the early 1800s through 1950, many people moved to Illinois as dairy farmers, ending up in a village originally known as 'Hoosier Grove'. Luckily for you, knowing how to milk a cow isn't a prerequisite for living and thriving in Streamwood today. One of the fastest-growing communities within the Chicago metropolitan area, Streamwood, along with Bartlett and Hanover Park, constitutes what is known as the Tri Village area. A 30-minute drive from O'Hare Airport and about an hour's drive from Chicago, Streamwood is home to an award-winning park district. That's reason enough to move here, we say!

Renting in Streamwood

The residences in Streamwood are mostly limited to detached single-family homes and attached row houses, so it is an ideal place for someone looking to rent one of these housing options. With the median value for a rental property in Streamwood being a bit higher than average, you will have to shell out a bit more than the rest of Illinois. You'll definitely get some bang for your buck, though. You'll have the privilege of staying in one of the nicest places in Illinois, with an active community life and major cities like Chicago in easy reach. It certainly helps to prepare yourself before starting your quest to find your dream rental home in Streamwood. The following tips will help you on your mission:

What You Will Need

As you begin your search for apartments in Streamwood, have a copy of your credit report in hand and be prepared with references from previous landlords. Since it can be hard to find studio apartments in Streamwood, make sure your checkbook is in easy reach. When you find one you want, you'll want to make a deposit right away.

What You Should Do

Look around all the neighborhoods once you know exactly what you're looking for. Even if you instantly find a home that you really like, don't rush to make any payments. You never know what you may discover through random walks in the neighborhood. It also helps to talk to locals in the area and people working in neighborhood stores. Check out a few different rentals and compare the pros, and more importantly the cons, of each.

When you meet with the landlord or owner of rental housing in Streamwood, it is a good opportunity for you to have your questions answered. Make it a point to list all the things you need and want in the neighborhood, such as grocery stores and entertainment options, and find out the proximity to each of these.

Renting in Streamwood
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The residences in Streamwood are mostly limited to detached single-family homes and attached row houses, so it is an ideal place for someone looking to rent one of these housing options. With the median value for a rental property in Streamwood being a bit higher than average, you will have to shell out a bit more than the rest of Illinois. You'll definitely get some bang for your buck, though. You'll have the privilege of staying in one of the nicest places in Illinois, with an active community life and major cities like Chicago in easy reach. It certainly helps to prepare yourself before starting your quest to find your dream rental home in Streamwood. The following tips will help you on your mission:

What You Will Need

As you begin your search for apartments in Streamwood, have a copy of your credit report in hand and be prepared with references from previous landlords. Since it can be hard to find studio apartments in Streamwood, make sure your checkbook is in easy reach. When you find one you want, you'll want to make a deposit right away.

What You Should Do

Look around all the neighborhoods once you know exactly what you're looking for. Even if you instantly find a home that you really like, don't rush to make any payments. You never know what you may discover through random walks in the neighborhood. It also helps to talk to locals in the area and people working in neighborhood stores. Check out a few different rentals and compare the pros, and more importantly the cons, of each.

When you meet with the landlord or owner of rental housing in Streamwood, it is a good opportunity for you to have your questions answered. Make it a point to list all the things you need and want in the neighborhood, such as grocery stores and entertainment options, and find out the proximity to each of these.

Neighborhoods in Streamwood

Sutton Road: While the rents here are pretty affordable, this neighborhood has a higher rate of owner-occupied housing than 95.7 percent of neighborhoods in the country. If you want to rent an apartment in this area, be ready to invest a good month searching for a suitable rental.

Village Center: Living in Village Center's residences is a lot like walking through the pages of a history book. An incredible 87.9 percent of the homes here were built between 1940 and 1969. Most of the homes are well maintained and a high demand for real estate here ensures that the vacancy rate in Village Center never goes beyond 1 percent. If you're looking for a detached single family home in Streamwood, your search will most likely lead you to Village Center you won't find many other types of housing around these parts. With a good mix of ethnicities spread through the neighborhood, Village Center is a melting pot of the good things in life.

East Avenue: If you dream of staying in a neighborhood that has charming streets lined with row houses, statistics say you wouldn't find too many other localities in America better placed in this regard. Almost half of the homes in East Avenue are classified as row houses and this neighborhood brims with opportunities for you to to find your dream rental. Plus, if you can't see yourself going a single week without a trip to the theatre or opera, you'll feel right at home with your neighbors in East Avenue.

Schaumburg Road/Bartlett Road: The real estate landscape in this suburban neighborhood is made up of three to four bedroom apartments along with a number of single-family homes and townhouses. Most of the houses here are owner occupied and the vacancy rate rarely goes above 2 percent. So, if you plan on renting a townhouse in this area, you will most likely have to spend a good deal of time before you find a vacant rental that fits your needs like a glove. About 35 percent of commuters spend between one hour to 90 minutes commuting to work. So it would be a good idea to get yourself a car if you don't already have one (unless you like walking or really need the exercise). Like the neighborhood of Sutton Road, residents here belong to a number of different ethnicities.

Neighborhoods in Streamwood
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Sutton Road: While the rents here are pretty affordable, this neighborhood has a higher rate of owner-occupied housing than 95.7 percent of neighborhoods in the country. If you want to rent an apartment in this area, be ready to invest a good month searching for a suitable rental.

Village Center: Living in Village Center's residences is a lot like walking through the pages of a history book. An incredible 87.9 percent of the homes here were built between 1940 and 1969. Most of the homes are well maintained and a high demand for real estate here ensures that the vacancy rate in Village Center never goes beyond 1 percent. If you're looking for a detached single family home in Streamwood, your search will most likely lead you to Village Center you won't find many other types of housing around these parts. With a good mix of ethnicities spread through the neighborhood, Village Center is a melting pot of the good things in life.

East Avenue: If you dream of staying in a neighborhood that has charming streets lined with row houses, statistics say you wouldn't find too many other localities in America better placed in this regard. Almost half of the homes in East Avenue are classified as row houses and this neighborhood brims with opportunities for you to to find your dream rental. Plus, if you can't see yourself going a single week without a trip to the theatre or opera, you'll feel right at home with your neighbors in East Avenue.

Schaumburg Road/Bartlett Road: The real estate landscape in this suburban neighborhood is made up of three to four bedroom apartments along with a number of single-family homes and townhouses. Most of the houses here are owner occupied and the vacancy rate rarely goes above 2 percent. So, if you plan on renting a townhouse in this area, you will most likely have to spend a good deal of time before you find a vacant rental that fits your needs like a glove. About 35 percent of commuters spend between one hour to 90 minutes commuting to work. So it would be a good idea to get yourself a car if you don't already have one (unless you like walking or really need the exercise). Like the neighborhood of Sutton Road, residents here belong to a number of different ethnicities.

Living in Streamwood

Life in Streamwood is peaceful but active at the same time, and the locals celebrate a number of community events. Check out theSummer Celebration, the annual Easter Egg roll and the Pumpkinfest in the Hoosier Grove Park, which houses a historic barn, now restored as a banquet facility. The village also boasts a park district that is packed with a number of parks and recreation centers. Streamwood is an ideal place of residence for those who want to live a relaxed life, but may have to commute to nearby cities a couple of times a month. The drive time to Chicago is about an hour, while a ride on the local train from Hanover Park into downtown Chicago takes about 50 minutes.

Living in Streamwood
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Life in Streamwood is peaceful but active at the same time, and the locals celebrate a number of community events. Check out theSummer Celebration, the annual Easter Egg roll and the Pumpkinfest in the Hoosier Grove Park, which houses a historic barn, now restored as a banquet facility. The village also boasts a park district that is packed with a number of parks and recreation centers. Streamwood is an ideal place of residence for those who want to live a relaxed life, but may have to commute to nearby cities a couple of times a month. The drive time to Chicago is about an hour, while a ride on the local train from Hanover Park into downtown Chicago takes about 50 minutes.

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Streamwood
"She said she's from a little town called Streamwood. / Where you can hear the coyotes and the train horn and the cracks in the road. / Or so I'm told." (- Matt Glista, "Streamwood")
"She said she's from a little town called Streamwood. / Where you can hear the coyotes and the train horn and the cracks in the road. / Or so I'm told." (- Matt Glista, "Streamwood")

From the early 1800s through 1950, many people moved to Illinois as dairy farmers, ending up in a village originally known as 'Hoosier Grove'. Luckily for you, knowing how to milk a cow isn't a prerequisite for living and thriving in Streamwood today. One of the fastest-growing communities within the Chicago metropolitan area, Streamwood, along with Bartlett and Hanover Park, constitutes what is known as the Tri Village area. A 30-minute drive from O'Hare Airport and about an hour's drive from Chicago, Streamwood is home to an award-winning park district. That's reason enough to move here, we say!

Renting in Streamwood

The residences in Streamwood are mostly limited to detached single-family homes and attached row houses, so it is an ideal place for someone looking to rent one of these housing options. With the median value for a rental property in Streamwood being a bit higher than average, you will have to shell out a bit more than the rest of Illinois. You'll definitely get some bang for your buck, though. You'll have the privilege of staying in one of the nicest places in Illinois, with an active community life and major cities like Chicago in easy reach. It certainly helps to prepare yourself before starting your quest to find your dream rental home in Streamwood. The following tips will help you on your mission:

What You Will Need

As you begin your search for apartments in Streamwood, have a copy of your credit report in hand and be prepared with references from previous landlords. Since it can be hard to find studio apartments in Streamwood, make sure your checkbook is in easy reach. When you find one you want, you'll want to make a deposit right away.

What You Should Do

Look around all the neighborhoods once you know exactly what you're looking for. Even if you instantly find a home that you really like, don't rush to make any payments. You never know what you may discover through random walks in the neighborhood. It also helps to talk to locals in the area and people working in neighborhood stores. Check out a few different rentals and compare the pros, and more importantly the cons, of each.

When you meet with the landlord or owner of rental housing in Streamwood, it is a good opportunity for you to have your questions answered. Make it a point to list all the things you need and want in the neighborhood, such as grocery stores and entertainment options, and find out the proximity to each of these.

Renting in Streamwood
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The residences in Streamwood are mostly limited to detached single-family homes and attached row houses, so it is an ideal place for someone looking to rent one of these housing options. With the median value for a rental property in Streamwood being a bit higher than average, you will have to shell out a bit more than the rest of Illinois. You'll definitely get some bang for your buck, though. You'll have the privilege of staying in one of the nicest places in Illinois, with an active community life and major cities like Chicago in easy reach. It certainly helps to prepare yourself before starting your quest to find your dream rental home in Streamwood. The following tips will help you on your mission:

What You Will Need

As you begin your search for apartments in Streamwood, have a copy of your credit report in hand and be prepared with references from previous landlords. Since it can be hard to find studio apartments in Streamwood, make sure your checkbook is in easy reach. When you find one you want, you'll want to make a deposit right away.

What You Should Do

Look around all the neighborhoods once you know exactly what you're looking for. Even if you instantly find a home that you really like, don't rush to make any payments. You never know what you may discover through random walks in the neighborhood. It also helps to talk to locals in the area and people working in neighborhood stores. Check out a few different rentals and compare the pros, and more importantly the cons, of each.

When you meet with the landlord or owner of rental housing in Streamwood, it is a good opportunity for you to have your questions answered. Make it a point to list all the things you need and want in the neighborhood, such as grocery stores and entertainment options, and find out the proximity to each of these.

Neighborhoods in Streamwood

Sutton Road: While the rents here are pretty affordable, this neighborhood has a higher rate of owner-occupied housing than 95.7 percent of neighborhoods in the country. If you want to rent an apartment in this area, be ready to invest a good month searching for a suitable rental.

Village Center: Living in Village Center's residences is a lot like walking through the pages of a history book. An incredible 87.9 percent of the homes here were built between 1940 and 1969. Most of the homes are well maintained and a high demand for real estate here ensures that the vacancy rate in Village Center never goes beyond 1 percent. If you're looking for a detached single family home in Streamwood, your search will most likely lead you to Village Center you won't find many other types of housing around these parts. With a good mix of ethnicities spread through the neighborhood, Village Center is a melting pot of the good things in life.

East Avenue: If you dream of staying in a neighborhood that has charming streets lined with row houses, statistics say you wouldn't find too many other localities in America better placed in this regard. Almost half of the homes in East Avenue are classified as row houses and this neighborhood brims with opportunities for you to to find your dream rental. Plus, if you can't see yourself going a single week without a trip to the theatre or opera, you'll feel right at home with your neighbors in East Avenue.

Schaumburg Road/Bartlett Road: The real estate landscape in this suburban neighborhood is made up of three to four bedroom apartments along with a number of single-family homes and townhouses. Most of the houses here are owner occupied and the vacancy rate rarely goes above 2 percent. So, if you plan on renting a townhouse in this area, you will most likely have to spend a good deal of time before you find a vacant rental that fits your needs like a glove. About 35 percent of commuters spend between one hour to 90 minutes commuting to work. So it would be a good idea to get yourself a car if you don't already have one (unless you like walking or really need the exercise). Like the neighborhood of Sutton Road, residents here belong to a number of different ethnicities.

Neighborhoods in Streamwood
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Sutton Road: While the rents here are pretty affordable, this neighborhood has a higher rate of owner-occupied housing than 95.7 percent of neighborhoods in the country. If you want to rent an apartment in this area, be ready to invest a good month searching for a suitable rental.

Village Center: Living in Village Center's residences is a lot like walking through the pages of a history book. An incredible 87.9 percent of the homes here were built between 1940 and 1969. Most of the homes are well maintained and a high demand for real estate here ensures that the vacancy rate in Village Center never goes beyond 1 percent. If you're looking for a detached single family home in Streamwood, your search will most likely lead you to Village Center you won't find many other types of housing around these parts. With a good mix of ethnicities spread through the neighborhood, Village Center is a melting pot of the good things in life.

East Avenue: If you dream of staying in a neighborhood that has charming streets lined with row houses, statistics say you wouldn't find too many other localities in America better placed in this regard. Almost half of the homes in East Avenue are classified as row houses and this neighborhood brims with opportunities for you to to find your dream rental. Plus, if you can't see yourself going a single week without a trip to the theatre or opera, you'll feel right at home with your neighbors in East Avenue.

Schaumburg Road/Bartlett Road: The real estate landscape in this suburban neighborhood is made up of three to four bedroom apartments along with a number of single-family homes and townhouses. Most of the houses here are owner occupied and the vacancy rate rarely goes above 2 percent. So, if you plan on renting a townhouse in this area, you will most likely have to spend a good deal of time before you find a vacant rental that fits your needs like a glove. About 35 percent of commuters spend between one hour to 90 minutes commuting to work. So it would be a good idea to get yourself a car if you don't already have one (unless you like walking or really need the exercise). Like the neighborhood of Sutton Road, residents here belong to a number of different ethnicities.

Living in Streamwood

Life in Streamwood is peaceful but active at the same time, and the locals celebrate a number of community events. Check out theSummer Celebration, the annual Easter Egg roll and the Pumpkinfest in the Hoosier Grove Park, which houses a historic barn, now restored as a banquet facility. The village also boasts a park district that is packed with a number of parks and recreation centers. Streamwood is an ideal place of residence for those who want to live a relaxed life, but may have to commute to nearby cities a couple of times a month. The drive time to Chicago is about an hour, while a ride on the local train from Hanover Park into downtown Chicago takes about 50 minutes.

Living in Streamwood
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Life in Streamwood is peaceful but active at the same time, and the locals celebrate a number of community events. Check out theSummer Celebration, the annual Easter Egg roll and the Pumpkinfest in the Hoosier Grove Park, which houses a historic barn, now restored as a banquet facility. The village also boasts a park district that is packed with a number of parks and recreation centers. Streamwood is an ideal place of residence for those who want to live a relaxed life, but may have to commute to nearby cities a couple of times a month. The drive time to Chicago is about an hour, while a ride on the local train from Hanover Park into downtown Chicago takes about 50 minutes.