Chillum Terrace Apartments

Where Apartment Excellence and Convenience Meet in Hyattsville

621 Sheridan St, Hyattsville, MD 20783

Chillum Terrace

Welcome To Chillum Terrace - Apartment Homes In Hyattsville, MD

Located at 621 Sheridan St, Hyattsville, MD 20783

If you love adventure, diversity, history, and culture, a move to Hyattsville Maryland might be just what you’re looking for! Check out Chillum Terrace Apartments, close to DC activity and yet, private and removed from all the hustle and bustle. These apartments for rent in Hyattsville, MD offer garden apartments with convenience and comfort. All while living close by to all the shops and amenities you need.

Chillum Terrace's Floorplans

DISCLAIMER: All square footage and dimensions are approximate. Interior room and wall labels are for visualization/descriptive purposes only and are not to scale. Apartment finishes and renovations vary by unit.  Due to the uniqueness of each apartment, we recommend scheduling an in-person or virtual tour.

Apartment & Community Amenities

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Community Amenities

*In select apartment homes. Additional fees apply for parking or private storage rentals. 

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The Neighborhood


Walkable Score

Some errands can be accomplished on foot.


Transit Score

Many nearby public transportation options.


Bike Score

Daily errands can be accomplished on a bike.

Location, Location, Location

If you’re looking for apartments for rent in Hyattsville, look no further. Chillum Terrace Apartments are located in Prince George’s County – in the heart of Hyattsville. It is only minutes from public transportation and schools. Within minutes, you can be at Montgomery College, The Catholic University of America, Trinity Washington University, or the University of Maryland. Hyattsville is located close to major highways, shopping, dining, and commerce. It boasts a famous arts district, and has seen a major renewal over the last decade. It is diverse in culture and history. This bedroom community is anything but sleepy.

Hyattsville, named for its founder, Christopher Clark Hyatt, was first incorporated in 1886.  The historic district has several historic Victorian homes, some of which are listed on the National Historic Register, from the 1880’s. Arts and Craftsman style homes built in the early 1900’s have also been preserved in this district. You can find out more about historic home tours by contacting the Hyattsville Preservation Association.
It’s so easy to get around in Hyattsville!  Although so much of the city is within close proximity, it is comforting to know that there is access to two metro stations, public buses, and a commuter rail in nearby Riverdale Park.

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