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89 Apartments for rent in Swansea, IL

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Villas At Crystal Lake
3735 Round Hill Rd
Swansea, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,070
772 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,170
954 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:46 AM
Our leasing office is NOW OPEN for IN-PERSON TOURS! As a precaution, masks and social distancing are required, tours are limited to 2 people and appointments are encouraged. We are still offering VIRTUAL TOURS as well.
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6 Units Available
Willow Park
1151 Roger Ave
Swansea, IL
1 Bedroom
$660
615 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$770
792 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:07 AM
Stylish apartments for a relaxing lifestyle. Features include a swimming pool and sun deck. Each apartment has a full kitchen and air conditioning. Located near the beautiful historic city of Belleville.
1 Unit Available
308 BOBBIE Drive
308 Bobbie Drive
Swansea, IL
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
1130 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
Two Bedroom Duplex in Castle Acres Subdivision, Wood Flooring Throughout Main Living Areas, 17 x 14 Living Room, 10 x 8 Kitchen Includes Glass Top Electric Range, Garbage Disposal, Dishwasher and Refrigerator, 14 x 10 Dining Area Provides Access to
1 Unit Available
2704 North Illinois Street
2704 North Illinois Street
Swansea, IL
Studio
$1,800
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
1,200 SF of Nice Space fronting North Illinois Street (IL Rte. 159). Excellent visibility. 18,000 Vehicles per Day. Space previously used as title company and hair salon with six stylist stations, washer and dryer hook-up and break area.
1 Unit Available
1320 N 1st St
1320 N 1st St
Swansea, IL
2 Bedrooms
$725
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:17 AM
View Virtual Tour at https://youtu.be/okDmSAgSfSg Two bedrooms, one bathroom apartment on the upper level. Rent is $725+ $50 for sewer/water/trash per month. The kitchen includes an electric stove, refrigerator & dishwasher.
Results within 1 mile of Swansea
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8 Units Available
Thirteen01 at Hartman Lakes
1301 Centerpoint Circle
O'Fallon, IL
1 Bedroom
$1,160
816 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,440
1179 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
Our leasing office is NOW OPEN for IN-PERSON TOURS! As a precaution, masks and social distancing are required, tours are limited to 2 people and appointments are encouraged. We are still offering VIRTUAL TOURS as well.
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1 Unit Available
Lake Christine Village
1837 Lebanon Ave
Belleville, IL
2 Bedrooms
$885
1029 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:31 AM
Minutes away from downtown Belleville, this community includes a pool with a sun deck, professional landscaping and fireplaces. Located near schools, workplaces, and great dining and entertainment.
1 Unit Available
140 ASHLEY Drive
140 Ashley Drive
Fairview Heights, IL
1 Bedroom
$650
550 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
One Bedroom Condominium in Chateau Woods Subdivision, Main Floor Unit, 16 X 14 Living Room Features Wood Burning Fireplace, 9 x 6 Kitchen Includes Electric Range, Dishwasher, Refrigerator and Garbage Disposal, Adjacent Dining Area, Full Hallway
1 Unit Available
57 PEACHTREE Lane
57 Peachtree Lane
Fairview Heights, IL
2 Bedrooms
$800
832 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
Two Bedroom Condominium in Chateau Woods Subdivision, Second Floor Unit with Vaulted Ceilings, 19 x 12 Living Room Features Wood Burning Fireplace, 15 x 8 Kitchen Includes Electric Range, Built In Microwave, Garbage Disposal, Dishwasher and
1 Unit Available
522 North 38TH Street
522 N 38th St
Belleville, IL
2 Bedrooms
$585
908 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
Apartment in Belleville with Open Layout, 17 x 15 Living Room Walks Out to Patio, 9 x 8 Galley Style Kitchen Includes Electric Range and Refrigerator, Adjacent Dining Area, 13 x 12 Master Bedroom, Full Hallway Bathroom, 12 x 9 Second Bedroom, Coin
1 Unit Available
76 PEACHTREE Lane
76 Peachtree Ln
Fairview Heights, IL
1 Bedroom
$700
540 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
One Bedroom Condominium in Chateau Woods Subdivision, Second Floor Unit with Vaulted Ceilings, 19 x 12 Living Room Features Wood Burning Fireplace and Skylight, 9 x 6 Kitchen Includes Glass Top Electric Range, Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal and
1 Unit Available
13 North Church
13 North Church Street
Belleville, IL
Studio
$2,650
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
Endless potential can be seen with this 7,.000+ sqft building located in the heart of downtown Belleville. Large storefront includes 46 feet of prime window space and two front entrances and 3,000+ sqft.
1 Unit Available
70 PEACHTREE Lane
70 Peachtree Lane
Fairview Heights, IL
1 Bedroom
$700
540 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
One Bedroom Condominium in Chateau Woods Subdivision, Second Floor Unit with Vaulted Ceilings, 19 x 12 Living Room Features Wood Burning Fireplace, 9 x 6 Kitchen Includes Electric Range, Dishwasher, Refrigerator and Garbage Disposal, Adjacent Dining
1 Unit Available
86 PEACHTREE Lane
86 Peachtree Ln
Fairview Heights, IL
1 Bedroom
$700
540 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
One Bedroom Condominium in Chateau Woods Subdivision, Second Floor Unit with Vaulted Ceilings, 19 x 12 Living Room Features Wood Burning Fireplace, 9 x 6 Kitchen Includes Electric Range, Dishwasher, Refrigerator and Garbage Disposal, Adjacent Dining
1 Unit Available
2346 CONIFEROUS Drive
2346 Coniferous Drive
Shiloh, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1838 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
Three Bedroom Ranch Style Home in Country Meadows Subdivision, 17 x 17 Vaulted Living Room Room Features Brick Hearth Corner Fireplace, 16 x 11 Ceramic Tiled Kitchen Includes Gas Range, Built In Microwave, Dishwasher, Garbage Disposal and
1 Unit Available
225 South CHURCH Street
225 S Church St
Belleville, IL
1 Bedroom
$525
636 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
One Bedroom Apartment in Belleville, 14 x 10 Living Room, 12 x 10 Eat In Kitchen Provides Electric Range, Garbage Disposal and Refrigerator, Full Hallway Bathroom, 12 x 10 Bedroom, Off Street Parking, Trash Service Included, Private Patio or Deck
1 Unit Available
4101 North Belt
4101 North Belt West
Belleville, IL
Studio
$3,000
6440 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
The Showroom space is 6,440 sf and is available for lease for $3,000 per month. There is also shop space available of 2,365 sf with additional small office available for lease for $1,500 per month.
1 Unit Available
5793 Brett Michael
5793 Brett Michael Ln
Belleville, IL
2 Bedrooms
$925
1010 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:19 AM
ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY, VETERAN, MEDICAL, FIRST RESPONDER, TEACHER AND SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE Nestled in a beautiful, wooded location off of Frank Scott Parkway, The Oaks of Dutch Hollow is a 77-unit apartment community, which offers
1 Unit Available
216 Gettysburg Rd-Unit A
216 Gettysburg Road
Belleville, IL
1 Bedroom
$575
600 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:17 AM
One bedroom, one bathroom townhome with a parking lot is available now. There are wood floors throughout the home in the living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom.
1 Unit Available
120 Mascoutah Ave
120 Mascoutah Avenue
Belleville, IL
1 Bedroom
$775
874 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:17 AM
Enjoy living in beautiful historic Belleville in this one-bedroom, one full and one half bath home. The main floor features a large living room, dining room, kitchen, full bath, and laundry room.
1 Unit Available
2307 Richland Prairie Blvd
2307 Richland Prairie Boulevard
St. Clair County, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1300 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:17 AM
View video tour at https://youtu.be/1P42JUW1nEc Available early December - Three Bedroom, two full Bathrooms, one-half bathroom, two-story open floor plan duplex with attached one car garage. The large living room has a wood-burning fireplace.
1 Unit Available
525 N Illinois
525 North Illinois Street
Belleville, IL
2 Bedrooms
$600
800 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
2 bed 1 bath upstairs unit 675 sq ft $600/ mo no pets
1 Unit Available
46 Patricia Lane
46 Patricia Lane
Belleville, IL
3 Bedrooms
$1,125
1340 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
BELOW MARKET RENT! - Available for twelve month renewable lease. HOME HAS RECENT UPDATES INCLUDING; Paint, Flooring, Appliances, Kitchen updates, Bathroom updates and more.
Results within 5 miles of Swansea
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2 Units Available
Park Terrace Apartments
1 Park Terrace Ln
Fairview Heights, IL
1 Bedroom
$875
898 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$925
850 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:39 AM
A variety of one- and two-bedrooms located across from Beautiful Park. Amenities include fully loaded kitchens, dishwashers, frost-free refrigerators, central air, optional fireplaces and more.
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How much is rent in Swansea?
Apartment Rentals in Swansea start at $650/month.
How much is rent in Swansea?
Apartment Rentals in Swansea start at $650/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Swansea?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Swansea apartments that allow pets.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Swansea?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Swansea apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Swansea 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.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Swansea 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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The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Swansea.
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The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Swansea.
How can I find off-campus housing in Swansea?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Swansea. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Harris-Stowe State University, Ranken Technical College, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Washington University in St Louis, and Saint Louis University.
How can I find off-campus housing in Swansea?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Swansea. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Harris-Stowe State University, Ranken Technical College, St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Washington University in St Louis, and Saint Louis University.

City Guide

Swansea
Swansea, Ill.: In 1886, the fiercely independent residents of this area avoided annexation to neighboring Belleville by starting their own town instead.
Swansea, Ill.: In 1886, the fiercely independent residents of this area avoided annexation to neighboring Belleville by starting their own town instead.

This independent spirit forged ahead on a mix of farming and commerce that turned the small town into a thriving city. Back then you could find underground coal mines, foundries, brickyards and the Gundlach Drill Works. Today you'll see shopping centers, paved roads, gorgeous homes and an abundance of restaurants along with 13,430 residents who love it all. If you're searching for a place to live in, let Swansea become your new home. Not only will you find an apartment to meet all your needs, you'll discover a friendly community and a life full of memorable adventures.

Moving to Swansea

As you prepare to take life's next road exit and create a new life in a new place, there are some things you need to take into consideration.

Things You'll Need

Like many things in life, if you see something you like, you better grab it before someone else does. The same rules apply when looking at rental homes. If you see it and you want it, be prepared to make an offer. Have all of your paperwork ready in a folder that contains, at the very least, your completed rental application, credit report, proof of employment and references. You may be required to submit information and references for your pet as well if you have one.

When to Move

Move anytime except the winter. Illinois suffers from some intense winters with snow and ice that render roads impassable on some occasions. Try to move in the spring when everything blooms, or even the summer and enjoy the warmer temperatures and the sunshine.

Housing and Economy

Depending on how big of a space you want, Swansea apartment rental prices vary. The cost of living is fairly reasonable at 7 percent lower than the state of Illinois. The average commute time for workers in Swansea is 26 minutes (7 percent lower than other cities in Illinois). This means that you'll save both time and money to do the things you really enjoy.

Moving to Swansea
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As you prepare to take life's next road exit and create a new life in a new place, there are some things you need to take into consideration.

Things You'll Need

Like many things in life, if you see something you like, you better grab it before someone else does. The same rules apply when looking at rental homes. If you see it and you want it, be prepared to make an offer. Have all of your paperwork ready in a folder that contains, at the very least, your completed rental application, credit report, proof of employment and references. You may be required to submit information and references for your pet as well if you have one.

When to Move

Move anytime except the winter. Illinois suffers from some intense winters with snow and ice that render roads impassable on some occasions. Try to move in the spring when everything blooms, or even the summer and enjoy the warmer temperatures and the sunshine.

Housing and Economy

Depending on how big of a space you want, Swansea apartment rental prices vary. The cost of living is fairly reasonable at 7 percent lower than the state of Illinois. The average commute time for workers in Swansea is 26 minutes (7 percent lower than other cities in Illinois). This means that you'll save both time and money to do the things you really enjoy.

Neighborhoods of Swansea

Swansea is swimming in locations for you to choose from, like the eastern side of town that houses the majority of the amenities available. The west features easy access to the main highways and provides a faster commute, but the highway noise is something to consider before propping up your feet here. The north is mainly residential and the south has scattered businesses, and a portion of the main highway. Here are a few for you to choose from.

Dutch Hollow and Summit: These neighborhoods encompass the northwest of Swansea, They're a little on the pricier side, but still affordable and the crime rate makes up for the higher prices.

Old Collinsville Rd and Lebanon Ave: These two neighborhoods are on the northeastern side of town, where you'll find the highest rents. Clinton Hill Country Club is in this neighborhood.

Village Center: You'll find this neighborhood in the southern area of Swansea, and it is not only the cheapest, it's the safest. Celebrate this fact at Zapata's Mexican Restaurant and Cantina.

Neighborhoods of Swansea
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Swansea is swimming in locations for you to choose from, like the eastern side of town that houses the majority of the amenities available. The west features easy access to the main highways and provides a faster commute, but the highway noise is something to consider before propping up your feet here. The north is mainly residential and the south has scattered businesses, and a portion of the main highway. Here are a few for you to choose from.

Dutch Hollow and Summit: These neighborhoods encompass the northwest of Swansea, They're a little on the pricier side, but still affordable and the crime rate makes up for the higher prices.

Old Collinsville Rd and Lebanon Ave: These two neighborhoods are on the northeastern side of town, where you'll find the highest rents. Clinton Hill Country Club is in this neighborhood.

Village Center: You'll find this neighborhood in the southern area of Swansea, and it is not only the cheapest, it's the safest. Celebrate this fact at Zapata's Mexican Restaurant and Cantina.

Living in Swansea

Swansea, Illinois isn't overflowing with amazing attractions, but it isn't boring and barren either. There are 20 public transit stations available to take you anywhere you want to go and to do anything you want to do.

If you want to stay inside of town, you can shop at one of the 15 stores, or grab a bite at one of the 20 restaurants. There isn't a library, bookstore or movie theater, but you can always take a stroll through one of the public parks available (Melvin Price Memorial Park, Shiloh Community Park and Pleasant Hill City Park are just a few). You can even workout in a fitness center.

When you've tried all of those things and have become acquainted with the town, you can get yourself involved in some community projects, or join an organization like the Homeowners Association to spice up your social calendar.

Swansea isn't just a city, it's a home to thousands of people who see the beauty of it everyday. If you can see the beauty too, than Swansea, Illinois is just the right place for you. Let us guide you into choosing the ideal home in the perfect area that provides you with all the things you want from your rental home.

Living in Swansea
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Swansea, Illinois isn't overflowing with amazing attractions, but it isn't boring and barren either. There are 20 public transit stations available to take you anywhere you want to go and to do anything you want to do.

If you want to stay inside of town, you can shop at one of the 15 stores, or grab a bite at one of the 20 restaurants. There isn't a library, bookstore or movie theater, but you can always take a stroll through one of the public parks available (Melvin Price Memorial Park, Shiloh Community Park and Pleasant Hill City Park are just a few). You can even workout in a fitness center.

When you've tried all of those things and have become acquainted with the town, you can get yourself involved in some community projects, or join an organization like the Homeowners Association to spice up your social calendar.

Swansea isn't just a city, it's a home to thousands of people who see the beauty of it everyday. If you can see the beauty too, than Swansea, Illinois is just the right place for you. Let us guide you into choosing the ideal home in the perfect area that provides you with all the things you want from your rental home.

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City Guide

Swansea
Swansea, Ill.: In 1886, the fiercely independent residents of this area avoided annexation to neighboring Belleville by starting their own town instead.
Swansea, Ill.: In 1886, the fiercely independent residents of this area avoided annexation to neighboring Belleville by starting their own town instead.

This independent spirit forged ahead on a mix of farming and commerce that turned the small town into a thriving city. Back then you could find underground coal mines, foundries, brickyards and the Gundlach Drill Works. Today you'll see shopping centers, paved roads, gorgeous homes and an abundance of restaurants along with 13,430 residents who love it all. If you're searching for a place to live in, let Swansea become your new home. Not only will you find an apartment to meet all your needs, you'll discover a friendly community and a life full of memorable adventures.

Moving to Swansea

As you prepare to take life's next road exit and create a new life in a new place, there are some things you need to take into consideration.

Things You'll Need

Like many things in life, if you see something you like, you better grab it before someone else does. The same rules apply when looking at rental homes. If you see it and you want it, be prepared to make an offer. Have all of your paperwork ready in a folder that contains, at the very least, your completed rental application, credit report, proof of employment and references. You may be required to submit information and references for your pet as well if you have one.

When to Move

Move anytime except the winter. Illinois suffers from some intense winters with snow and ice that render roads impassable on some occasions. Try to move in the spring when everything blooms, or even the summer and enjoy the warmer temperatures and the sunshine.

Housing and Economy

Depending on how big of a space you want, Swansea apartment rental prices vary. The cost of living is fairly reasonable at 7 percent lower than the state of Illinois. The average commute time for workers in Swansea is 26 minutes (7 percent lower than other cities in Illinois). This means that you'll save both time and money to do the things you really enjoy.

Moving to Swansea
+

As you prepare to take life's next road exit and create a new life in a new place, there are some things you need to take into consideration.

Things You'll Need

Like many things in life, if you see something you like, you better grab it before someone else does. The same rules apply when looking at rental homes. If you see it and you want it, be prepared to make an offer. Have all of your paperwork ready in a folder that contains, at the very least, your completed rental application, credit report, proof of employment and references. You may be required to submit information and references for your pet as well if you have one.

When to Move

Move anytime except the winter. Illinois suffers from some intense winters with snow and ice that render roads impassable on some occasions. Try to move in the spring when everything blooms, or even the summer and enjoy the warmer temperatures and the sunshine.

Housing and Economy

Depending on how big of a space you want, Swansea apartment rental prices vary. The cost of living is fairly reasonable at 7 percent lower than the state of Illinois. The average commute time for workers in Swansea is 26 minutes (7 percent lower than other cities in Illinois). This means that you'll save both time and money to do the things you really enjoy.

Neighborhoods of Swansea

Swansea is swimming in locations for you to choose from, like the eastern side of town that houses the majority of the amenities available. The west features easy access to the main highways and provides a faster commute, but the highway noise is something to consider before propping up your feet here. The north is mainly residential and the south has scattered businesses, and a portion of the main highway. Here are a few for you to choose from.

Dutch Hollow and Summit: These neighborhoods encompass the northwest of Swansea, They're a little on the pricier side, but still affordable and the crime rate makes up for the higher prices.

Old Collinsville Rd and Lebanon Ave: These two neighborhoods are on the northeastern side of town, where you'll find the highest rents. Clinton Hill Country Club is in this neighborhood.

Village Center: You'll find this neighborhood in the southern area of Swansea, and it is not only the cheapest, it's the safest. Celebrate this fact at Zapata's Mexican Restaurant and Cantina.

Neighborhoods of Swansea
+

Swansea is swimming in locations for you to choose from, like the eastern side of town that houses the majority of the amenities available. The west features easy access to the main highways and provides a faster commute, but the highway noise is something to consider before propping up your feet here. The north is mainly residential and the south has scattered businesses, and a portion of the main highway. Here are a few for you to choose from.

Dutch Hollow and Summit: These neighborhoods encompass the northwest of Swansea, They're a little on the pricier side, but still affordable and the crime rate makes up for the higher prices.

Old Collinsville Rd and Lebanon Ave: These two neighborhoods are on the northeastern side of town, where you'll find the highest rents. Clinton Hill Country Club is in this neighborhood.

Village Center: You'll find this neighborhood in the southern area of Swansea, and it is not only the cheapest, it's the safest. Celebrate this fact at Zapata's Mexican Restaurant and Cantina.

Living in Swansea

Swansea, Illinois isn't overflowing with amazing attractions, but it isn't boring and barren either. There are 20 public transit stations available to take you anywhere you want to go and to do anything you want to do.

If you want to stay inside of town, you can shop at one of the 15 stores, or grab a bite at one of the 20 restaurants. There isn't a library, bookstore or movie theater, but you can always take a stroll through one of the public parks available (Melvin Price Memorial Park, Shiloh Community Park and Pleasant Hill City Park are just a few). You can even workout in a fitness center.

When you've tried all of those things and have become acquainted with the town, you can get yourself involved in some community projects, or join an organization like the Homeowners Association to spice up your social calendar.

Swansea isn't just a city, it's a home to thousands of people who see the beauty of it everyday. If you can see the beauty too, than Swansea, Illinois is just the right place for you. Let us guide you into choosing the ideal home in the perfect area that provides you with all the things you want from your rental home.

Living in Swansea
+

Swansea, Illinois isn't overflowing with amazing attractions, but it isn't boring and barren either. There are 20 public transit stations available to take you anywhere you want to go and to do anything you want to do.

If you want to stay inside of town, you can shop at one of the 15 stores, or grab a bite at one of the 20 restaurants. There isn't a library, bookstore or movie theater, but you can always take a stroll through one of the public parks available (Melvin Price Memorial Park, Shiloh Community Park and Pleasant Hill City Park are just a few). You can even workout in a fitness center.

When you've tried all of those things and have become acquainted with the town, you can get yourself involved in some community projects, or join an organization like the Homeowners Association to spice up your social calendar.

Swansea isn't just a city, it's a home to thousands of people who see the beauty of it everyday. If you can see the beauty too, than Swansea, Illinois is just the right place for you. Let us guide you into choosing the ideal home in the perfect area that provides you with all the things you want from your rental home.