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135 apartments for rent near Winfield, IL

Results within 1 miles of Winfield, IL
470 Arrowhead Trail
Carol Stream
3 Bed
$1,550
Stonebridge Cir
Wheaton
2 Bed
$1,150
24 High Lake Avenue
West Chicago
3 Bed
$1,700
Courthouse Square
250 S Naperville Rd
Studio
$1,396
1 Bed
$1,605
2 Bed
$2,303
Results within 5 miles of Winfield, IL
The Greenway at Carol Stream
136 Greenway Trl
Studio
Ask
1 Bed
$960
2 Bed
$1,210
Lincoln at the Parks Apartments
1995 Yellowstone Dr
1 Bed
$1,250
2 Bed
$1,615
Brookdale on the Park
1652 Brookdale Rd
1 Bed
$1,229
2 Bed
$1,325
3 Bed
$1,676
Wheaton 121
121 N Cross St
Studio
$1,197
1 Bed
$1,367
2 Bed
$1,674
The Fairways Of Naperville
970 Fairway Dr
1 Bed
$1,063
2 Bed
$1,213
3 Bed
$1,512
The Views of Naperville
701 Royal Saint George Dr
1 Bed
$992
2 Bed
$1,235
Lakeside Apartments
4800 Lake Trail Dr
1 Bed
$1,033
2 Bed
$1,179
3 Bed
$1,499
Green Trails Apartments
2800 Windsor Dr
Studio
$1,206
1 Bed
$1,135
2 Bed
$1,279
Carol Stream Crossing
535 Thornhill Dr
1 Bed
$958
2 Bed
$1,114
Savannah Trace Apartments
1421 Carolina Ct
1 Bed
$1,295
2 Bed
$1,269
Renaissance at Carol Stream
201 Flame Dr
1 Bed
$922
2 Bed
$962
Camden at Bloomingdale
348 Glenwood Dr
1 Bed
$1,155
2 Bed
$1,357
3 Bed
$1,684
Stratford Place
232 Butterfield Dr
1 Bed
$1,091
2 Bed
$1,238
The Addison of Naperville
1598 Fairway Dr
1 Bed
$1,052
2 Bed
$1,264
Lakeside
1750 East 22nd Street
Studio
$958
1 Bed
$1,024
2 Bed
$1,224
1312 woodcutter Lane
Wheaton
2 Bed
$1,400
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City Guide
Winfield
Renting in Winfield

You won't find any apartments for rent in Winfield because the village contains no traditional complexes. The nearest such residences are in nearby Wheaton and Naperville. That's not to say you won't find any month-to-month choices as long as you're willing to contend with rental houses and their individual owners. Something else you won't find in Winfield are neighborhoods since it's only an incorporated village. Remember, good things can come in small packages!

You won't get clubhouses or instantly addressed maintenance requests, but you'll find a bigger variety of home styles from detached homes to townhouses for rent. Everyone could always use more room! You'll also get more leeway in negotiating everything from rental payments and security departments to move-in dates and utilities. Just be sure to back up your pleas with excellent credit and letters of recommendation from your current and previous landlords.

As for what you can expect to live in, the average village home was built in 1983 with 1,744 square feet of living space. Over 96 percent of options consist of single-family homes. Over half of all residences were built from 1980 to 1999 and only 6 percent came up during the 21st century. Almost 29 percent of all floor plans cover 1,000 to 1,400 square feet, with the rest almost evenly divided between 1,400 and 3,600 square feet. You won't lack for space when renting a home in Winfield.

What to Do in Winfield

The village is surrounded on several sides by county forest preserves. One example consists of the woodland and prairie landscapes of West DuPage Woods. Here, you can picnic, take hiking trails up to two miles long, or fish for carp and bluegill on the DuPage River. Other waterways include Winfield Creek and scattered lakes around town. You can play on the more manufactured greens of the Royal Golf Club at Klein Creek with 18 holes stretching over 6,700 yards.

Although the village has a few stores and restaurants, including a tavern dating back to 1921, most residents flee to nearby cities for shopping and dining. The Westfield Fox Valley Shopping Mall in Aurora boasts the most options with 150 retailers anchored by Sears and Macy's. Bargain hunters can trek to the Premium Outlet Mall, also in Aurora, to get designer brands at lower prices.

While public transit is available on the Metra Trains and Pace Buses, most villagers depend on their personal wheels to get around. Fortunately, parking is relatively easy, although prohibited on the streets from 2 a.m. to 5 a.m., and after a heavy snow to allow for snow plows. You can get free permits for overnight parking from the police department or paid permits for parking in the commuter lots near the train station.