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202 apartments for rent near Lee's Summit, MO

Summit Ridge
701 NE Tudor Rd
1 Bed
$747
2 Bed
$1,003
3 Bed
$1,422
New Longview
460 SW Longview Blvd
1 Bed
$862
2 Bed
$978
3 Bed
$1,470
The Manor Homes of Arborwalk
1318 SW Manor Lake Dr
1 Bed
$880
2 Bed
$1,101
3 Bed
$1,263
The Fairways
3460 NE Akin Blvd
1 Bed
$855
2 Bed
$1,119
3 Bed
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Pheasant Run
1102 NE Independence Ave
1 Bed
$780
2 Bed
$850
Parklane
817 NW Park Ln
1 Bed
$700
2 Bed
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The Oaks Apartment Homes
1403 SW 3rd St
Studio
$573
1 Bed
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3538 NE Independence Avenue
Woods Chapel Acres
3 Bed
$1,050
708 SE 15th St
Newberry
3 Bed
$1,495
513 NE Green St
Lee's Summit
3 Bed
$1,050
NE Deerbrook Ter
Lee's Summit
3 Bed
$1,645
SW Gooseberry Ln
Eagle Creek
2 Bed
$1,099
2513 SE Winchester Drive
Charleston Park
3 Bed
$1,450
NE Emerald Dr
Oaks Ridge Meadows
4 Bed
$2,250
4401 NE Courtney Dr
East Lake Village
5 Bed
$3,500
105 SE Gemstone Cir
Lee's Summit
3 Bed
$1,525
Results within 1 miles of Lee's Summit, MO
Eastland Trails Apartments
4631 S Eastland Center Dr
1 Bed
$875
2 Bed
$1,015
3 Bed
$1,671
5618 NW Downing St
Blue Springs
2 Bed
$975
5009 NW Downing St
Kingsridge West
3 Bed
$1,095
4912 NW Pennington Ln
Kingsridge West
3 Bed
$1,150
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City Guide
Lee's Summit
Lee’s Summit, Missouri

Touted as a warm and welcoming suburban getaway just 20 miles from Kansas City, Lee’s Summit, MO has twice made Money Magazine’s list of 100 Best Cities to Live in the United States. While the origin of “Lee” is often disputed, many say the “summit” portion of its name came from its early years, when Lee’s Summit was the highest point of the Missouri-Pacific railroad. Now that its railroad days are (mostly) past, Lee’s Summit is known for being a great community, and a friendly city with tons to do. Recreation is all around, from the cozy little downtown area (which hosts festivals and events year-round) to indoor and outdoor recreational centers, museums, and tons of natural areas with hiking and biking trails that surround the nearby lakes. Despite its small town nature, Lee’s Summit is a place of variety, and when you’re looking to relocate, that’s a definite plus!

Housing on the Summit

About a quarter of the population in this city rents, and you’re bound to have a lot of different options. Rental homes and duplexes are the most plentiful, showing up in a range of styles and sizes. Some are modest and well-weathered homes in patchwork neighborhoods, whereas closer to downtown you’re likely to find older houses for rent that span decades and historic architectural styles. The downtown area is also the most likely bet for apartments, which are usually two or three-flat buildings, but occasionally come in larger low-level complexes. Closer to the outskirts of town, where the land is more rural and the lots are larger, you’ll also find large, new construction houses with all your standard “luxury” amenities.

Some Helpful Tidbits…

Transit: It’s not uncommon for some Lee’s Summitians to commute to the nearby hub of Kansas City for work and play. It’s a quick drive away, but those of you who are less car-inclined, the KCATA (Kansas City Area Transportation Authority) runs a commuter bus from Lee’s Summit, through nearby Raytown, to Kansas City, in the morning and evening on weekdays. The city itself doesn’t have much public transportation (apart from on demand para-transit buses), though the downtown area is pretty walkable.

Lee’s Summit may not often make the national headlines, but when it’s talked about, it always seems to be in a positive light. Locals recommend it for those moving to the Kansas City area who want a lively suburban community with room to move about, and things to do. If that’s what you’re looking for, maybe this is the place for you.