As it is one of the most desirable communities in Northwest Indiana, searching for homes or townhouses for rent in St. John can take up to two months of research and waiting for just the right fit. Apartments for rent are in even shorter supply, so plenty of lead-time is advisable. When you're applying at an apartment complex, or for any rental, be sure to bring copies of your ID, bank statements, letters of reference, and your rental history with you.
These neighborhoods are just a representative sampling of the gracious residential living to be found in St. John. A search for places to rent in the area can offer a wide choice of style, services, and parks. Check out the neighborhoods below to see where in St. John you belong.
Schilling: The Schilling Family created this subdivision in the '60s and '70s. Owners of the local lumber yard, they began by building homes for family members and made one of St. John's most beautiful neighborhoods in the process. Filled with treelined streets and remarkable homes, the Schilling subdivision continues to be one of St. John's premier residential locations.
Surrey Heights: A few miles from the center of town, this neighborhood provides its residents with a charming private lake and wooded walking trails. The homes in Surrey Heights each have their own unique style, unlike many developments, which feature homes with a strikingly similar designs.
Lake Hills: One of the newer residential developments in St. John, Lake Hills is situated on Golf Lake and offers its residents many amenities such as a clubhouse, walking trails, and fishing. Comprised of townhouses and cottages, the area provides a spacious and safe community for those who live there.
Looking for places to eat? St. John has got you covered. Check out Livio's restaurant, La Quesadilla Mexican Grill, Schoop's Hamburgers, Dick's Restaurant and Bar or Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches. After you eat up, walk it off at the Prairie West Park or Civic Memorial Park, and revel in the beauty of your new hometown.