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29 Apartments for rent in Gulf Shores, AL

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One Club Gulf Shores
4000 Gulf Shores Pkwy, Gulf Shores, AL
1 Bedroom
$944
732 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,134
1084 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,429
1266 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 06:43 PM
Modern homes with nine-foot ceilings and energy-efficient appliances. Lots of community offerings, including a tennis court, clubhouse and pool. There's even a nine-hole golf course on site. Close to Gulf Shores Public Beach.
1 Unit Available
1361 Hardwood Drive
1361 Hardwood Drive East, Gulf Shores, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1684 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 07:02 PM
3 bedroom/2 bath home conveniently located off Ft Morgan Rd/Hwy 180 approximately 4.5 miles from Highway 59/Gulf Shores Parkway just updated in Summer 2019. Beautiful hardwood floors & tile flooring throughout.
1 Unit Available
980 W Beach Blvd
980 West Beach Boulevard, Gulf Shores, AL
3 Bedrooms
$3,000
1200 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
Available 11/01/20 3BD/2BA - monthly rental - furnished - Property Id: 340569 Beautifully decorated beach house. Spacious and comfortable. Directly across the street from the beautiful Gulf Coast beaches and ocean.
1 Unit Available
970 W Beach Blvd 2
970 West Beach Boulevard, Gulf Shores, AL
1 Bedroom
$1,400
600 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
Unit 2 Available 11/01/20 1BD/2BA on West Beach - short term available - Property Id: 340532 Great 1 bedroom apartment in a small, family-owned building. A big bedroom and two full baths make it comfortable for 4 people.
1 Unit Available
962 W Beach Blvd A
962 West Beach Boulevard, Gulf Shores, AL
2 Bedrooms
$2,000
1200 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
2BD/2BA - monthly rental - furnished - no stairs - Property Id: 340548 Beautifully decorated beach house. Directly across the street from the beautiful Gulf Coast beaches and ocean. Newly furnished with all memory foam mattresses.
1 Unit Available
435 E Canal Drive, #1 Southern Breeze #1
435 East Canal Drive, Gulf Shores, AL
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
1050 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
435 E Canal Road Southern Breeze unit 1 - Southern Breeze is a low density, 8-unit complex conveniently located on Canal Drive. Unit features open living room and kitchen.
1 Unit Available
133 Windmill Ridge Road East
133 Windmill Ridge Road, Gulf Shores, AL
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
2300 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
- (RLNE5993159)
1 Unit Available
213 Windmill Ridge Road
213 Windmill Ridge Road, Gulf Shores, AL
3 Bedrooms
$2,500
2300 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
- (RLNE5993156)
1 Unit Available
468 W. 23rd Avenue
468 West 23rd Avenue, Gulf Shores, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1700 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
- No Pets Allowed (RLNE5924864)
1 Unit Available
501 Cotton Creek Drive, #102 Cotton Creek Estates #102
501 Cotton Creek Drive, Gulf Shores, AL
2 Bedrooms
$1,075
1397 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
Cotton Creek Estates #102 - Property has one car garage, with privacy fence in the front and the back. Washer and Dryer do not convey with the rental. Pets considered with owner approval and a non-refundable pet fee. (RLNE5732552)
1 Unit Available
75 Lagoon Drive
75 Lagoon Drive, Gulf Shores, AL
3 Bedrooms
$2,700
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
3BR/2BA HOME - 75 Lagoon Drive, Gulf Shores, AL - Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
349 west 23 ave
349 West 23rd Avenue, Gulf Shores, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1400 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
heart of gulf shores - Property Id: 104910 1 block south of canal 1.5 mi to the gulf of mexico boat launch half mile bike walk great neighbor hood pets allowed with a fee non smoking Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
1 Unit Available
2201 West 1st Street - Centennial Bank - Second Floor Second Floor
2201 West 1st Street, Gulf Shores, AL
Studio
$3,600
5400 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
5,400sf Office Space in the heart of Gulf Shores! - Fully furnished office in the heart of Gulf Shores! 8+ offices, a full kitchen, boardroom, reception area, storage, and more.
Results within 5 miles of Gulf Shores
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24 Units Available
Sevilla Place
3151 Boulevard De Sevilla, Foley, AL
1 Bedroom
$975
900 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
1100 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1416 sqft
Last updated November 21 at 09:00 PM
NOW OPEN! Be the one of the first to experience an elevated lifestyle at Foley's newest luxury address. Sevilla Place Apartment homes sets the precedent for style, charm and the ultimate in upscale living.
1 Unit Available
2651 S Juniper St
2651 South Juniper Street, Foley, AL
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,495
1185 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 07:02 PM
You’re sure to fall in love with this new construction 3 bedroom, 2 bath condo in Foley, AL. Granite counter tops & rigid vinyl floor plank create a space that is both stylish and functional.
1 Unit Available
26074 GARRETT RD
26074 Garrett Lane, Orange Beach, AL
4 Bedrooms
$2,640
1912 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 07:02 PM
Great waterfront view of Cotton Bayou from the front deck. Open floor plan with vaulted ceilings in the great room. Walking distance to the beach, Cotton bayou, grocery stores and shopping. Public boat launch within 1/4 mile. 4 bedroom 3.
1 Unit Available
3893 Chesterfield Lane
3893 Chesterfield Ln, Foley, AL
4 Bedrooms
$1,800
1908 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 03:21 PM
Check out our 4 bedroom, 3 bath Rushmore plan. You will love all the space, large rooms, open layout, stainless steel appliances and EVP flooring throughout! All homes come with two car garages! Home is pet friendly with approval.
1 Unit Available
1206 Crown Walk Drive
1206 Crown Walk Drive, Foley, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1713 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
1206 Crown Walk - 3/2 house located in Crown Walk subdivision. Property includes all appliances except washer and dryer. Tenant is responsible for all utilities. No pets. No Pets Allowed (RLNE6085519)
1 Unit Available
1705 Toulouse Lane
1705 Toulouse Lane, Foley, AL
4 Bedrooms
$1,500
1820 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
1705 Toulouse Lane Available 10/14/20 1705 Toulouse Lane - 4 bed / 2 bath house. Tenant responsible for all utilities. Pet friendly with owner approval. (RLNE6072141)
1 Unit Available
450 Park Avenue, #816
450 Park Avenue, Foley, AL
2 Bedrooms
$1,050
1107 sqft
3 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
450 Park Avenue 816 Foley Al 36535 - Condo includes storage, pool, bbq area. Pets allowed with owner approval. (RLNE6004517)
1 Unit Available
26201 Perdido Beach Blvd., Unit 2
26201 Perdido Beach Boulevard, Orange Beach, AL
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
2250 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
- Available May 1, 2020! Rare find in Orange Beach! Get the best of both worlds, unit has deeded Gulf Access as well as a boat slip and deeded Bayou/Bay access! . Great outdoor space and an outdoor shower just off of the master bathroom.
1 Unit Available
601 E. Myrtle Ave.
601 East Myrtle Avenue, Foley, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1200 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 09:16 AM
601 E. Myrtle Ave. Available 10/02/20 Cottage with Fenced Yard In Foley! - This adorable cottage has three bedrooms, and one and a half baths.
1 Unit Available
8895 CAITLIN ST
8895 Caitlin Street, Baldwin County, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,300
1600 sqft
Last updated April 5 at 01:08 AM
Classic Brick, near CR 12 and Sherman Rd., Tile Floors, Den, Kitchen, Dining Room, Porch, Laundry, Double Garage, Storage Shed, Ceiling Fans - No smoking permitted in the house, on the porch, in the back yard, the front yard, or the driveway.
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1 Unit Available
14306 BEACH HEATHER CT
14306 Beach Heather Ct, Escambia County, FL
Innerarity Shores
2 Bedrooms
$2,475
1500 sqft
Last updated September 20 at 07:02 PM
New Construction at highly desired Lost Key Golf & Beach Club Resort. This unit offers amenities galore! Two bedrooms, two full baths & one half bath makes this the perfect combination for a small family or military room mates here on assignment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much is rent in Gulf Shores?
In Gulf Shores, the median rent is $822 for a studio, $863 for a 1-bedroom, $995 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,449 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Gulf Shores, check out our monthly Gulf Shores Rent Report.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Gulf Shores?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Gulf Shores apartments that allow pets.
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While some Gulf Shores properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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How can I find off-campus housing in Gulf Shores?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Gulf Shores. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Bishop State Community College, University of South Alabama, and Spring Hill College.

Median Rent in Gulf Shores

Last updated Jul. 2015
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Gulf Shores is $863, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $995.
Studio
$822
1 Bed
$863
2 Beds
$995
3+ Beds
$1,449
City GuideGulf Shores
To live in Gulf Shores is to live near the Gulf of Mexico. "I vote we go to the Gulf of Mexico...Palm trees call me, oh that's the place I want to be. Down where the southern breezes blow. On the Gulf of Mexico" (Alabama, 'Gulf of Mexico').
To live in Gulf Shores is to live near the Gulf of Mexico. "I vote we go to the Gulf of Mexico...Palm trees call me, oh that's the place I want to be. Down where the southern breezes blow. On the Gulf of Mexico" (Alabama, 'Gulf of Mexico').

Gulf Shores appears to be a sleepy beach town upon first glance, but just as you dip your feet in the ocean, you get stung -- by a giant jellyfish! Okay, they're not gigantic, but learning to avoid them is an important skill to acquire if you plan on swimming in the ocean. Gulf Shores is home to 9,741 people, and it is decidedly a beach city. There is no getting around this fact. Get used to the sand under your feet and the sea breeze at your back. A lot of places claim to have a golden coast, and for many that's arguably true. The Gulf Shores just states it has a big beach. There's no arguing that. The beach here is big. And there is gold to be found, so long as you bring a high-tech metal detector.

Moving to Gulf Shores

Palm trees give off a calm impression. You may get the sensation that every facet of life in Gulf Shores is worry-free. It's all cool on most days. Something you have to do can always be put off for tomorrow. However, you have to remember a jellyfish will occasionally sting you without warning. There are aspects of the housing market you must be ready to face. Otherwise, you will get stung, and it will be much worse than an actual jellyfish sting. Okay, it most likely won't be that terrible, but you get the picture.

No Type of Housing Dominates

To state the facts: just under one third of homes in Gulf Shores are detached one-unit houses, and just over one third of homes are apartments or condos within structures of 20 or more housing units. You have the option to live in a house, apartment or mobile home. You could even live on a yacht if you wanted. The cool thing is that all different types of rental properties in Gulf Shores are widely available, from houses near Little Lagoon to apartments overlooking Pelican Bay. It's like buying seafood at Fresh Market Seafood here; they undoubtedly have what you want, and it's in abundance. Feast!

Oh, How the Market Fluctuates!

People descend on the Gulf Shores from April through September. It is during this part of the year that openings in the Gulf Shores vanish. If you don't want to compete with the massive flock for condo rentals, this is not the time to migrate here. About 46 percent of the city rents, and a lot of that is short-term leasing during this time of year. It's so busy even the animals at the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo take notice. The best advice is to listen to the birds. Don't come flying down here during the summer; wait for the fall or winter and then begin your descent. You'll discover that renting an apartment in December is hassle-free. You'll have an extensive list of choices, Realtors and landlords ready to cater to you, and more reasonable prices. If your personal situation requires that you move in the summer, then you have no choice. You probably won't have as many selections, but you'll get something satisfactory. It just might not be beside the beach, which means no feeding the seagulls. Don't you want to feed the seagulls?

Give Yourself Enough Time

This goes hand in hand with the trend mentioned above. During peak season (April to September), expect it to take two to four weeks to handle everything. Do your research beforehand and be quick to make a decision on a place. For example, if you fancy a one-bedroom apartment at Peppertree Apartments on Boddie Lane, make it clear you want the place and reserve it that day. If you think it over while sunbathing, it could be snatched by another ambitious renter. During slow season (October to March), you can find something and get everything situated in just a few days, depending on how picky you are. You can even sunbathe on it if that's what you need to do.

Tips and Warnings

Location can be a blessing and a curse. Situated in the Gulf of Mexico, hurricanes and heavy storms do occur. Don't panic. Bad storms seldom happen, but it's best to be ready. Regardless of where you reside in Gulf Shores, you should have an emergency preparedness kit. You have to be ready to get out if something disastrous is about to strike. Before renting a place, you should inquire with the landlord or staff about the structural quality of the housing unit. Things such as the condition of the roofing, strength of garage doors and how well doors and windows seal should all be covered. Heavy rain can cause flooding in some mobile homes, duplexes and houses. You want to make sure the home doesn't leak, as water can damage your furniture, floors and valuables. Spots near the various bays in town, for instance, are particularly vulnerable. Due to this, purchasing a renters insurance policy that covers natural disaster damages is important. It is also very possible that your landlord may require you to purchase such protection.

Closing the Deal

Individual landlords want to see proof you can afford rent along with the first month's rent and deposit. Additionally, you may be responsible for Realtor expenses and purchasing insurance. Managed complexes are a little more thorough. On top of those things, they will ask for an application, residence history, and references from former landlords or management staff. Also, places in Gulf Shores vary on what utilities are included, so ask about that.

Gulf Shores Neighborhoods

No matter where you live, the beach will be close, but how close do you want to be? Do you want to step out onto the pristine sand or do you want something more inland? You can even get something near Shelby Lakes. That way, you could tell people you live beside a lake that's beside the sea!

Craft Farms: This is the most inland area of town. There's a lot of housing, from houses to one-bedroom apartments for rent. The Pelican Place at Craft Farms is a wonderful shopping destination. Craft Farms Golf Course and Jack Edwards National Airport are also here.

City Center: This neighborhood is close to the water and thus close to the action. Great restaurants such as Doc's Seafood Shack and Oyster Bar, West Beach Grille and Bahama Bob's Beach Side Cafe line the area. Surf, fish, boat and live it up. The Hangout Music Festival is also hosted here.

Fort Morgan: Water surrounds this neighborhood, which is a peninsula. Fort Morgan is the most historic landmark in Gulf Shores. Other notable highlights include Kiva Dunes and Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge.

Living in Gulf Shores

A few weeks here and you will see a myriad of ways to get around. Personal cars dominate the roads, but biking is easy within town. If you live near the city center, you'll find walking to destinations like the Waterville USA shopping center rather easy. If you head to the beach, you'll see boats, surfboards and jet skis taking on the Gulf waters. Even the name indicates that Gulf Shores is a beach town, and that's not going to change. The way to enjoy your time here is to ride the waves, both figuratively and literally. Sure, a jellyfish may pop out and snap you every once in a while, but altogether, the water feels quite nice. The sand does too. Sit back and bask in all the glory. The town may appear sleepy at certain times, but that's just the picturesque, seductive surface. Gulf Shores offers the nightlife and dining at venues such as the Pink Pony Pub, Nolan's Restaurant and Lounge and Mudbugs Pub and Club. It has the scenery, parks and golfing, and it has a variety of housing options. What more could you want?

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City GuideGulf Shores
To live in Gulf Shores is to live near the Gulf of Mexico. "I vote we go to the Gulf of Mexico...Palm trees call me, oh that's the place I want to be. Down where the southern breezes blow. On the Gulf of Mexico" (Alabama, 'Gulf of Mexico').
To live in Gulf Shores is to live near the Gulf of Mexico. "I vote we go to the Gulf of Mexico...Palm trees call me, oh that's the place I want to be. Down where the southern breezes blow. On the Gulf of Mexico" (Alabama, 'Gulf of Mexico').

Gulf Shores appears to be a sleepy beach town upon first glance, but just as you dip your feet in the ocean, you get stung -- by a giant jellyfish! Okay, they're not gigantic, but learning to avoid them is an important skill to acquire if you plan on swimming in the ocean. Gulf Shores is home to 9,741 people, and it is decidedly a beach city. There is no getting around this fact. Get used to the sand under your feet and the sea breeze at your back. A lot of places claim to have a golden coast, and for many that's arguably true. The Gulf Shores just states it has a big beach. There's no arguing that. The beach here is big. And there is gold to be found, so long as you bring a high-tech metal detector.

Moving to Gulf Shores

Palm trees give off a calm impression. You may get the sensation that every facet of life in Gulf Shores is worry-free. It's all cool on most days. Something you have to do can always be put off for tomorrow. However, you have to remember a jellyfish will occasionally sting you without warning. There are aspects of the housing market you must be ready to face. Otherwise, you will get stung, and it will be much worse than an actual jellyfish sting. Okay, it most likely won't be that terrible, but you get the picture.

No Type of Housing Dominates

To state the facts: just under one third of homes in Gulf Shores are detached one-unit houses, and just over one third of homes are apartments or condos within structures of 20 or more housing units. You have the option to live in a house, apartment or mobile home. You could even live on a yacht if you wanted. The cool thing is that all different types of rental properties in Gulf Shores are widely available, from houses near Little Lagoon to apartments overlooking Pelican Bay. It's like buying seafood at Fresh Market Seafood here; they undoubtedly have what you want, and it's in abundance. Feast!

Oh, How the Market Fluctuates!

People descend on the Gulf Shores from April through September. It is during this part of the year that openings in the Gulf Shores vanish. If you don't want to compete with the massive flock for condo rentals, this is not the time to migrate here. About 46 percent of the city rents, and a lot of that is short-term leasing during this time of year. It's so busy even the animals at the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo take notice. The best advice is to listen to the birds. Don't come flying down here during the summer; wait for the fall or winter and then begin your descent. You'll discover that renting an apartment in December is hassle-free. You'll have an extensive list of choices, Realtors and landlords ready to cater to you, and more reasonable prices. If your personal situation requires that you move in the summer, then you have no choice. You probably won't have as many selections, but you'll get something satisfactory. It just might not be beside the beach, which means no feeding the seagulls. Don't you want to feed the seagulls?

Give Yourself Enough Time

This goes hand in hand with the trend mentioned above. During peak season (April to September), expect it to take two to four weeks to handle everything. Do your research beforehand and be quick to make a decision on a place. For example, if you fancy a one-bedroom apartment at Peppertree Apartments on Boddie Lane, make it clear you want the place and reserve it that day. If you think it over while sunbathing, it could be snatched by another ambitious renter. During slow season (October to March), you can find something and get everything situated in just a few days, depending on how picky you are. You can even sunbathe on it if that's what you need to do.

Tips and Warnings

Location can be a blessing and a curse. Situated in the Gulf of Mexico, hurricanes and heavy storms do occur. Don't panic. Bad storms seldom happen, but it's best to be ready. Regardless of where you reside in Gulf Shores, you should have an emergency preparedness kit. You have to be ready to get out if something disastrous is about to strike. Before renting a place, you should inquire with the landlord or staff about the structural quality of the housing unit. Things such as the condition of the roofing, strength of garage doors and how well doors and windows seal should all be covered. Heavy rain can cause flooding in some mobile homes, duplexes and houses. You want to make sure the home doesn't leak, as water can damage your furniture, floors and valuables. Spots near the various bays in town, for instance, are particularly vulnerable. Due to this, purchasing a renters insurance policy that covers natural disaster damages is important. It is also very possible that your landlord may require you to purchase such protection.

Closing the Deal

Individual landlords want to see proof you can afford rent along with the first month's rent and deposit. Additionally, you may be responsible for Realtor expenses and purchasing insurance. Managed complexes are a little more thorough. On top of those things, they will ask for an application, residence history, and references from former landlords or management staff. Also, places in Gulf Shores vary on what utilities are included, so ask about that.

Gulf Shores Neighborhoods

No matter where you live, the beach will be close, but how close do you want to be? Do you want to step out onto the pristine sand or do you want something more inland? You can even get something near Shelby Lakes. That way, you could tell people you live beside a lake that's beside the sea!

Craft Farms: This is the most inland area of town. There's a lot of housing, from houses to one-bedroom apartments for rent. The Pelican Place at Craft Farms is a wonderful shopping destination. Craft Farms Golf Course and Jack Edwards National Airport are also here.

City Center: This neighborhood is close to the water and thus close to the action. Great restaurants such as Doc's Seafood Shack and Oyster Bar, West Beach Grille and Bahama Bob's Beach Side Cafe line the area. Surf, fish, boat and live it up. The Hangout Music Festival is also hosted here.

Fort Morgan: Water surrounds this neighborhood, which is a peninsula. Fort Morgan is the most historic landmark in Gulf Shores. Other notable highlights include Kiva Dunes and Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge.

Living in Gulf Shores

A few weeks here and you will see a myriad of ways to get around. Personal cars dominate the roads, but biking is easy within town. If you live near the city center, you'll find walking to destinations like the Waterville USA shopping center rather easy. If you head to the beach, you'll see boats, surfboards and jet skis taking on the Gulf waters. Even the name indicates that Gulf Shores is a beach town, and that's not going to change. The way to enjoy your time here is to ride the waves, both figuratively and literally. Sure, a jellyfish may pop out and snap you every once in a while, but altogether, the water feels quite nice. The sand does too. Sit back and bask in all the glory. The town may appear sleepy at certain times, but that's just the picturesque, seductive surface. Gulf Shores offers the nightlife and dining at venues such as the Pink Pony Pub, Nolan's Restaurant and Lounge and Mudbugs Pub and Club. It has the scenery, parks and golfing, and it has a variety of housing options. What more could you want?