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Frequently Asked Questions
What is the average size of a 1 bedroom apartment in Eureka, IL?
The average Eureka, IL 1 bedroom apartment size is 264 sq. ft.
What are the advantages of renting a 1 bedroom apartment in Eureka, IL?
Renting a 1 bedroom apartment comes with more living and storage space compared to a studio apartment.
What are the downsides of renting a 1 bedroom apartment in Eureka, IL?
1 bedroom apartments are usually more expensive than studio apartments in terms of rent and utility costs. You might be interested in studio apartments, 2 bedroom apartments or 3 bedroom apartments, or browse all RentCafe apartments for rent in Eureka, IL.
Eureka, IL Demographics
- Total Population5,485
Female 2,535Male 2,950
- Median Age37.9
In total, Eureka, IL has 5,485 residents, 2,950 women and 2,535 men, per U.S. Census records. The median age of Eureka’s population is 37.9.
Eureka, IL Households
- Total Number of Households2,172
Family 1,354Non-family 818
Children 590No Children 1,582
- Average People Per Household2.23
- Median Household Income$46,579
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$739
Eureka, IL has 2,172 households. According to the most recent Census data, there are 1,354 family households and 818 non-family households in the city. 590 Eureka households have children and 1,582 households do not. The average number of people living in a household in Eureka, IL is 2.23. The median income in Eureka is $46,579 per household per year, with $739 spent on housing monthly.
Eureka, IL Education Statistics
2% of the Eureka, IL population have no high school education, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. 37% of the city’s residents went to high school, 25% completed some college, 7% of the population earned an Associate Degree, 22% earned a Bachelor Degree, and 7% earned a Graduate Degree.
Renting a 1 bedroom apartment in Eureka, IL
A one bedroom apartment is a versatile home that works perfectly not only for single people, but also for couples or roommates. There is also a wide selection of one bedroom apartments in Eureka, IL to choose from, so you can snatch your perfect apartment home. An average single bedroom apartment in Eureka, IL is about 769 Sq.Ft., so it’s definitely larger than your average studio, and even though it might cost more, it also brings some extra benefits to the table. You’ll get to enjoy the privacy of a separate bedroom, and if guests come over and your bedroom is a mess, you can just close the door. The average monthly rent is about $903, but you can find more affordable 1 bedroom apartments for as little as $604. It’s useful to know that if you’re looking for a cheap apartment, one bedroom efficiency apartments can be a great choice. Even though they are a bit smaller that a regular 1-bedroom unit, they are definitely more affordable, and you still get to enjoy the benefit of having a separate kitchen.
Quick guide to finding cheap furnished one bedroom apartments
If you’re looking for a one bedroom furnished apartment, the smartest way to search is by selecting "Furnished" under the "More" menu tab. Your results will only display properties that offer furnished rentals. In total, there are 19 rental units located in 11 Eureka, IL properties, and a good percentage of them are furnished. You should know that the monthly rent for these already furnished units is usually bigger, but you’re saving on, well, furniture and decorating costs. These apartments can rent for up to $1,331. In case you’re feeling overwhelmed by the wide selection, we’ll give you a tip. Sort your selection by "Rent", ascending, to see the cheapest rentals listed first. Don’t let that perfect apartment slip! Contact the property to check its availability and you can secure your lease directly on RentCafe.