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5 cheap, sunny apartments in Andersonville

In Andersonville, you actually get what you pay for

Andersonville has enough separation from Wrigleyville to offer peace and quiet, but residents will find a lot of the same amenities familiar—and at a lower price. These qualities, including easy access to a seriously impressive stretch of spectacular dining options along Clark Street, make the northern Chicago neighborhood especially attractive to singles and families alike. And hey, it's not too far from the beach either, not to mention the Red Line and Metra.

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1/20

5654 N Ridge Ave, Apt #1S: $1,115/month

This charming one-bed, one-bath apartment sits just on the border with Edgewater and is within a five-minute walk to the Bryn Mawr Red Line stop. The arched entryway and shaded courtyard of the building set this rental apart from the surrounding area. The same could be said about the interior. The kitchen offers an ample amount of cooking space as well as a dishwasher. In addition to the standard living room, the apartment boasts a separate dining room that can be used as supplementary living space for guests and company.

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2/20

5654 N Ridge Ave, Apt #1S: $1,115/month

This charming one-bed, one-bath apartment sits just on the border with Edgewater and is within a five-minute walk to the Bryn Mawr Red Line stop. The arched entryway and shaded courtyard of the building set this rental apart from the surrounding area. The same could be said about the interior. The kitchen offers an ample amount of cooking space as well as a dishwasher. In addition to the standard living room, the apartment boasts a separate dining room that can be used as supplementary living space for guests and company.

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3/20

5654 N Ridge Ave, Apt #1S: $1,115/month

This charming one-bed, one-bath apartment sits just on the border with Edgewater and is within a five-minute walk to the Bryn Mawr Red Line stop. The arched entryway and shaded courtyard of the building set this rental apart from the surrounding area. The same could be said about the interior. The kitchen offers an ample amount of cooking space as well as a dishwasher. In addition to the standard living room, the apartment boasts a separate dining room that can be used as supplementary living space for guests and company.

4/20

5654 N Ridge Ave, Apt #1S: $1,115/month

This charming one-bed, one-bath apartment sits just on the border with Edgewater and is within a five-minute walk to the Bryn Mawr Red Line stop. The arched entryway and shaded courtyard of the building set this rental apart from the surrounding area. The same could be said about the interior. The kitchen offers an ample amount of cooking space as well as a dishwasher. In addition to the standard living room, the apartment boasts a separate dining room that can be used as supplementary living space for guests and company.

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5/20

5734 N Ridge Ave #1N: $2,000/month

A tad farther down the street is something a little bit bigger, namely a three-bed, two-bath apartment perfect for a set of roommates or a family. The 1,500-square-foot gem offers a fireplace in the living room and a gorgeous kitchen lined with wood cabinetry that matches the light hardwood floors. All the appliances are stainless steel. Like the previous unit, you'll also find a dining room. One of the baths has a walk-in shower and the other has a tub. An in-unit washer-dryer combo sweetens the low price tag.

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6/20

5734 N Ridge Ave #1N: $2,000/month

A tad farther down the street is something a little bit bigger, namely a three-bed, two-bath apartment perfect for a set of roommates or a family. The 1,500-square-foot gem offers a fireplace in the living room and a gorgeous kitchen lined with wood cabinetry that matches the light hardwood floors. All the appliances are stainless steel. Like the previous unit, you'll also find a dining room. One of the baths has a walk-in shower and the other has a tub. An in-unit washer-dryer combo sweetens the low price tag.

Photograph: Zumper
7/20

5734 N Ridge Ave #1N: $2,000/month

A tad farther down the street is something a little bit bigger, namely a three-bed, two-bath apartment perfect for a set of roommates or a family. The 1,500-square-foot gem offers a fireplace in the living room and a gorgeous kitchen lined with wood cabinetry that matches the light hardwood floors. All the appliances are stainless steel. Like the previous unit, you'll also find a dining room. One of the baths has a walk-in shower and the other has a tub. An in-unit washer-dryer combo sweetens the low price tag.

Photograph: Zumper
8/20

5734 N Ridge Ave #1N: $2,000/month

A tad farther down the street is something a little bit bigger, namely a three-bed, two-bath apartment perfect for a set of roommates or a family. The 1,500-square-foot gem offers a fireplace in the living room and a gorgeous kitchen lined with wood cabinetry that matches the light hardwood floors. All the appliances are stainless steel. Like the previous unit, you'll also find a dining room. One of the baths has a walk-in shower and the other has a tub. An in-unit washer-dryer combo sweetens the low price tag.

Photograph: Zumper
9/20

Paulina & Farragut: $1,350/month

You get the best of both worlds here. Within short walking distance to Clark Street and Ashland Avenue, this two-bed, one-bath is ideal for a pair of roommates who enjoy a healthy mix of going out and staying in—because there's plenty of room for both. The top-floor unit is on the less busy side of the neighborhood and includes a parking spot for a nominal fee. Both the living room and kitchen are spacious, the kitchen including an island for more counter space, as well as room for a small table. The rooms are standard size for Chicago. But perhaps the best part about this place is the amount of indirect sunlight pouring through the windows, making it perfect for an indoor gardener or, really, anyone who likes keeping the blinds open.

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10/20

Paulina & Farragut: $1,350/month

You get the best of both worlds here. Within short walking distance to Clark Street and Ashland Avenue, this two-bed, one-bath is ideal for a pair of roommates who enjoy a healthy mix of going out and staying in—because there's plenty of room for both. The top-floor unit is on the less busy side of the neighborhood and includes a parking spot for a nominal fee. Both the living room and kitchen are spacious, the kitchen including an island for more counter space, as well as room for a small table. The rooms are standard size for Chicago. But perhaps the best part about this place is the amount of indirect sunlight pouring through the windows, making it perfect for an indoor gardener or, really, anyone who likes keeping the blinds open.

Photograph: Zumper
11/20

Paulina & Farragut: $1,350/month

You get the best of both worlds here. Within short walking distance to Clark Street and Ashland Avenue, this two-bed, one-bath is ideal for a pair of roommates who enjoy a healthy mix of going out and staying in—because there's plenty of room for both. The top-floor unit is on the less busy side of the neighborhood and includes a parking spot for a nominal fee. Both the living room and kitchen are spacious, the kitchen including an island for more counter space, as well as room for a small table. The rooms are standard size for Chicago. But perhaps the best part about this place is the amount of indirect sunlight pouring through the windows, making it perfect for an indoor gardener or, really, anyone who likes keeping the blinds open.

Photograph: Zumper
12/20

Paulina & Farragut: $1,350/month

You get the best of both worlds here. Within short walking distance to Clark Street and Ashland Avenue, this two-bed, one-bath is ideal for a pair of roommates who enjoy a healthy mix of going out and staying in—because there's plenty of room for both. The top-floor unit is on the less busy side of the neighborhood and includes a parking spot for a nominal fee. Both the living room and kitchen are spacious, the kitchen including an island for more counter space, as well as room for a small table. The rooms are standard size for Chicago. But perhaps the best part about this place is the amount of indirect sunlight pouring through the windows, making it perfect for an indoor gardener or, really, anyone who likes keeping the blinds open.

Photograph: Zumper
13/20

5550 N Glenwood Ave, Apt #1E: $1,650/month

Weren't we just talking about sunlight? This ground-floor, two-bed, one-bath beauty takes the cake. Enormous windows adorn each and every room, and when coupled with long, flowing curtains, they appear even larger. The kitchen has an almost absurd amount of storage with a column of floor-to-ceiling cabinets built into the wall—as well as a dishwasher. All in all, this 1,200-square-foot apartment speaks for itself.

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14/20

5550 N Glenwood Ave, Apt #1E: $1,650/month

Weren't we just talking about sunlight? This ground-floor, two-bed, one-bath beauty takes the cake. Enormous windows adorn each and every room, and when coupled with long, flowing curtains, they appear even larger. The kitchen has an almost absurd amount of storage with a column of floor-to-ceiling cabinets built into the wall—as well as a dishwasher. All in all, this 1,200-square-foot apartment speaks for itself.

Photograph: Zumper
15/20

5550 N Glenwood Ave, Apt #1E: $1,650/month

Weren't we just talking about sunlight? This ground-floor, two-bed, one-bath beauty takes the cake. Enormous windows adorn each and every room, and when coupled with long, flowing curtains, they appear even larger. The kitchen has an almost absurd amount of storage with a column of floor-to-ceiling cabinets built into the wall—as well as a dishwasher. All in all, this 1,200-square-foot apartment speaks for itself.

Photograph: Zumper
16/20

5550 N Glenwood Ave, Apt #1E: $1,650/month

Weren't we just talking about sunlight? This ground-floor, two-bed, one-bath beauty takes the cake. Enormous windows adorn each and every room, and when coupled with long, flowing curtains, they appear even larger. The kitchen has an almost absurd amount of storage with a column of floor-to-ceiling cabinets built into the wall—as well as a dishwasher. All in all, this 1,200-square-foot apartment speaks for itself.

Photograph: Zumper
17/20

W Bryn Mawr Ave #301: $950/month

Last, but not least—the bachelor(ette) pad. Behind an attractive Cream City brick exterior is a one-bed, one-bath apartment with one hell of a walk-in closet. Other than that, one can expect the standard fare, with a little more. The kitchen has some nice white cabinets. The windows give a nice view. It's clean. There's wall-to-wall carpeting if you're into that sort of thing. Even though this isn't exactly an all-star at the end of the day, the heat is free, the bathroom's tiled with a tub and the neighborhood is one of the best in Chicago.

Photograph: Zumper
18/20

W Bryn Mawr Ave #301: $950/month

Last, but not least—the bachelor(ette) pad. Behind an attractive Cream City brick exterior, is a one-bed, one-bath apartment with one hell of a walk-in closet. Other than that, one can expect the standard fare, with a little more. The kitchen has some nice white cabinets. The windows give a nice view. It's clean. There's wall-to-wall carpeting if you're into that sort of thing. Even though this isn't exactly an all-star at the end of the day, the heat is free, the bathroom's tiled with a tub and the neighborhood is one of the best in Chicago.

Photograph: Zumper
19/20

W Bryn Mawr Ave #301: $950/month

Last, but not least—the bachelor(ette) pad. Behind an attractive Cream City brick exterior, is a one-bed, one-bath apartment with one hell of a walk-in closet. Other than that, one can expect the standard fare, with a little more. The kitchen has some nice white cabinets. The windows give a nice view. It's clean. There's wall-to-wall carpeting if you're into that sort of thing. Even though this isn't exactly an all-star at the end of the day, the heat is free, the bathroom's tiled with a tub and the neighborhood is one of the best in Chicago.

Photograph: Zumper
20/20

W Bryn Mawr Ave #301: $950/month

Last, but not least—the bachelor(ette) pad. Behind an attractive Cream City brick exterior, is a one-bed, one-bath apartment with one hell of a walk-in closet. Other than that, one can expect the standard fare, with a little more. The kitchen has some nice white cabinets. The windows give a nice view. It's clean. There's wall-to-wall carpeting if you're into that sort of thing. Even though this isn't exactly an all-star at the end of the day, the heat is free, the bathroom's tiled with a tub and the neighborhood is one of the best in Chicago.

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