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Low Income and Subsidized Apartments in Richland, IL County

Below are 4 affordable housing resources and apartments for rent in Richland, IL County. We welcome user reviews and corrections of property listings, as we strive to provide the best and most up-to-date information possible. Simply click on the listing below for more information.

Country Place Apartments - Olney - Multi-Family Housing Rental (for Family)
Location: Olney, IL - 62450
Contact Phone: (618) 395-3149
Details: Country Place - Olney is a friendly community that offers something for everyone to live an active and social life with a laundry facility, picnic area, and more. Each of our 1 and 2-bedroom apartments feature patios and energy efficient appliances. We are conveniently located 1 minute from Alvin Musgrove Park and City of Olney Swimming Pool, 4 minutes from Walmart, Monical’s Pizza, Olde Tyme Steakhouse, Richland County High School and Middle School, and Olney City Park.
East Fork Apartments - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Olney, IL - 62450
Contact Phone: (618) 395-1998
Details: Rent is approximately 30% of monthly income or the maximum rent is $496 for 1BR or $581 for 2BR. This includes all appliances and all utilities except phone and cable tv. EFA cable rate is $25 per month and is paid with the rent. Pets are allowed with a $250 one time deposit. Deposit may be made in 3 payments.
Olney Park Apartments - Multi-Family Housing Rental (for Family)
Location: Olney, IL - 62450
Contact Phone: (618) 544-8645
Details: Property Features: 1 Bedroom, 2 Bedroom; Baseboard Heat; Family Apartments; Fire Stops; Laundry Room; On-Site Manager; Parking; Picnic Area; Playground; Range/Hood; Refrigerator; Single Story; Smoke Alarms; Two-Story; Window Air
Richland Residences - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: Olney, IL - 62450
Contact Phone: (618) 392-7916
Details: Richland Residences provides low-cost housing to people with a history of mental illness and who require some level of support (Camp Steet Apartments ) or supervision (St. John Street Group Home) in their housing arrangement.