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3391 Grandview Drive
3391 Grandview Drive
Millbrook, AL
4 Bedrooms
$1,199
2136 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 02:40 PM
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1 Unit Available
237 Thornfield Drive
237 Thornfield Drive
Millbrook, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1495 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 02:40 PM
This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management. Schedule a showing at your convenience with our self-showing feature. We are a pet-friendly company with no breed restrictions or weight limits.
1 Unit Available
185 Gardenia Ct
185 Gardenia Court
Millbrook, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1279 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
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1 Unit Available
43 Glenwood Court
43 Glenwood Court
Millbrook, AL
2 Bedrooms
$750
1200 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
43 Glenwood Court Available 10/23/20 COMING SOON! - Two bedroom two and a half bath town home on a cul-de-sac. Beautiful, two sided, brick, wood burning fireplace centered between the living and dining room.
1 Unit Available
119 Pine Meadow Cir
119 Pine Meadows Circle
Millbrook, AL
2 Bedrooms
$875
1000 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
119 Pine Meadow Available 10/12/20 2 bedroom/2 bath townhome for rent in Pine Meadows! - This cute 2 bedroom, 2 bath duplex is located near Millbrook. Would be perfect for a starter home. There is a fenced in back yard, and 1 car garage.
1 Unit Available
4113 Gober Rd
4113 Gober Road
Millbrook, AL
2 Bedrooms
$475
1000 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 07:04 AM
Amazing 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom Mobile Home in Millbrook. Utilities included: water. Is not pet friendly. Date Available: Sep 1st 2020. $475/month rent.
1 Unit Available
5781 Hickory Dr
5781 Hickory Drive
Millbrook, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1378 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 07:26 AM
RENT WITH NO SECURITY DEPOSIT (Conditions May Apply) Call us 24/7 at (205) 789-1257 to speak to our leasing agents Year Lease - Quarterly pest control included - Quarterly air filter replacement(s) included - Utilities not included - No
1 Unit Available
60 Sage Brush
60 Sage Brush
Millbrook, AL
4 Bedrooms
$1,200
1519 sqft
Last updated April 16 at 11:08 AM
This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management. Schedule a showing at your convenience with our self-showing feature. We are a pet-friendly company with no breed restrictions or weight limits.
1 Unit Available
272 Daffodil Court
272 Daffodil Drive
Millbrook, AL
4 Bedrooms
$1,200
1800 sqft
Last updated April 3 at 11:37 AM
This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management. Schedule a showing at your convenience with our self-showing feature. We are a pet-friendly company with no breed restrictions or weight limits.
1 Unit Available
545 McRae Road
545 Mcree Road
Millbrook, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1978 sqft
4 Bedrooms
Ask
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
Peaceful & Convenient Location! - Welcome to 545 McRae Road! This beautiful home sits in a wonderful community located just outside the city making it perfect for those not wanting to be in the middle of the hustle and bustle but still wishing to be
1 Unit Available
28 Pinewood Drive
28 Pinewood Drive
Millbrook, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
1300 sqft
Last updated June 9 at 01:40 PM
This is a NICE home just down from the center of Millbrook! The great room is expansive with a cozy wood burning fireplace for those cold winter nights. The bathrooms and kitchen has been updated and the hardwood floors have as well.
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3 Units Available
The Point at Fairview
669 Covered Bridge Pkwy
Prattville, AL
1 Bedroom
$870
913 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$985
1097 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 28 at 12:39 PM
Conveniently located near golf courses, shopping and downtown Montgomery. Close to I-65. Units feature washer/dryer, tons of light and central A/C. Swimming pool, fitness center and dog park on premises.
1 Unit Available
40 Kennedy Lane
40 Kennedy Lane
Coosada, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,285
1443 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 02:40 PM
RENT WITH NO SECURITY DEPOSIT (Conditions May Apply) Call us 24/7 at (205) 789-1257 to speak to our leasing agents Year Lease - Quarterly pest control included - Quarterly air filter replacement(s) included - Utilities not included - No
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8 Units Available
Legacy at Summerchase
100 McQueen-Smith Rd
Prattville, AL
1 Bedroom
$710
680 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$825
983 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$985
1157 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 12:24 PM
Come experience the way of life at Legacy at Summerchase Apartments where quality and comfort meet. Legacy at Summerchase is conveniently and centrally located in the very desirable Prattville area.
1 Unit Available
109 Guilford Lane
109 Guilford Ln
Prattville, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,125
1336 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 02:40 PM
This property allows self guided viewing without an appointment. Contact for details.
1 Unit Available
207 Gardenia Court
207 Gardenia Ct
Prattville, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,025
1186 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 02:40 PM
This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management. Schedule a showing at your convenience with our self-showing feature. We are a pet-friendly company with no breed restrictions or weight limits.
1 Unit Available
202 Juniper Court
202 Juniper Ct
Prattville, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,095
1325 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 02:40 PM
SPECIAL! • Receive FREE MONTH of RENT if leased and moved in before September 30th.  Must be a 12 Month Lease or Longer! This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management.
1 Unit Available
629 Shadow Lane
629 Shadow Ln
Prattville, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,000
1242 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:43 AM
Home for rent in Crestview Heights - Spacious 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home in Crestview Heights. Kitchen has granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.
1 Unit Available
1948 Chancellor Ridge
1948 Chancellor Ridge Rd
Prattville, AL
4 Bedrooms
$1,650
2228 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
Home for Rent in Highland Ridge - Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2 bath home in Highland Ridge! Large open area for formal dining.
1 Unit Available
233 Dyas Drive
233 Dyas Drive
Montgomery, AL
4 Bedrooms
$800
1215 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
**4 Bed 1.5 Bath close to downtown** - This home has been completely renovated! 4 beds 1.5 baths.
1 Unit Available
517 Chisholm Street
517 Chisholm Street
Montgomery, AL
3 Bedrooms
$575
1093 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
** 3 bed 1 bath located in Chisolm ** Rent Ready!!! - This home is a 3 bed 1 bath that has new paint, tile and laminate floors throughout, central AC, washer and dryer hookups, matching appliances, and a fenced in back yard with detached storage.
1 Unit Available
1612 Yarbrough Street
1612 Yarbrough Street
Montgomery, AL
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$750
1232 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
**4 bed 2 bath open floor plan Located close to downtown** - This home is a 4 bed 2 bath with fresh paint, tile floors throughout, home comes with matching fridge and new stove. This home accepts Section 8.
1 Unit Available
1115 Perrydale Loop
1115 Perrydale Loop
Prattville, AL
3 Bedrooms
$950
2163 sqft
Last updated September 28 at 11:42 AM
1115 Perrydale Loop Available 09/30/20 Large 3 Bedroom/2 Bath in Prattville - Call Bo Evans Realty to set up an appointment to view. (334) 361-4661 Very spacious 3 bedroom/2 bath home in Prattville.
1 Unit Available
826 Heather Dr
826 Heather Dr
Prattville, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,435
1826 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 07:26 AM
RENT WITH NO SECURITY DEPOSIT (Conditions May Apply) Call us 24/7 at (205) 789-1257 to speak to our leasing agents Year Lease - Quarterly pest control included - Quarterly air filter replacement(s) included - Utilities not included - No
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City Guide

Millbrook
Millbrook's Gene Jones Antique Tractor Museum pays tribute to vintage farm machinery once used on Alabama's farms.
Millbrook's Gene Jones Antique Tractor Museum pays tribute to vintage farm machinery once used on Alabama's farms.

Millbrook, Alabama is tough to beat when it comes to location. This growing town, set in the heart of the River Region, is accessible via interstate and major state highways and close to waterways, outdoor recreation and popular area attractions. More than a bedroom community of nearby Montgomery, Millbrook has all of the amenities of a large town while retaining its rural comfort and charm.

Life in Millbrook

Millbrook originated as a summer retreat in the 1920s for Montgomery residents longing for fresh air in a pastoral setting. As regular commuting from the city became a reality, summertime visitors started settling in the area full-time. Millbrook is ranked among Alabama's rapidly growing cities, with much of the population influx -- and construction -- occurring within the last 20 years. Budget-friendly housing costs attract residents to Millbrook neighborhoods while the combination of convenience and comfort encourages them to put down roots. The town bolsters community spirit through a variety of seasonal events including Spirit of Christmas Festival, Mardi Gras Parade and Alabama Wildlife Federation's Youth Catfish Rodeo.

Millbrook remains popular with outdoor enthusiasts seeking fertile grounds for hunting, fishing and golfing. The city promotes alfresco activities through its youth sports leagues and recreation, nature trails and parks intended for all ages. Indoor enthusiasts can indulge in cultural activities available in the tri-county area. After a quick visit to Gene Jones Antique Tractor Museum, take in a show at one of the region's community theaters. The Millbrook Community Players join Prattville and Wetumpka companies in providing amateur stage productions that rival the professionals. A 20-minute drive takes you into Montgomery, where you can wander the area's popular shopping malls or explore a variety of museums, historical sites and leisure attractions.

Life in Millbrook
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Millbrook originated as a summer retreat in the 1920s for Montgomery residents longing for fresh air in a pastoral setting. As regular commuting from the city became a reality, summertime visitors started settling in the area full-time. Millbrook is ranked among Alabama's rapidly growing cities, with much of the population influx -- and construction -- occurring within the last 20 years. Budget-friendly housing costs attract residents to Millbrook neighborhoods while the combination of convenience and comfort encourages them to put down roots. The town bolsters community spirit through a variety of seasonal events including Spirit of Christmas Festival, Mardi Gras Parade and Alabama Wildlife Federation's Youth Catfish Rodeo.

Millbrook remains popular with outdoor enthusiasts seeking fertile grounds for hunting, fishing and golfing. The city promotes alfresco activities through its youth sports leagues and recreation, nature trails and parks intended for all ages. Indoor enthusiasts can indulge in cultural activities available in the tri-county area. After a quick visit to Gene Jones Antique Tractor Museum, take in a show at one of the region's community theaters. The Millbrook Community Players join Prattville and Wetumpka companies in providing amateur stage productions that rival the professionals. A 20-minute drive takes you into Montgomery, where you can wander the area's popular shopping malls or explore a variety of museums, historical sites and leisure attractions.

Neighborhoods

Newcomers will find a mix of city apartments and homes for rent in Millbrook with rental costs comparable to nearby towns. Houses in the area tend to be comfortable and modest on ample lots surrounded by woodlands -- and an occasional woodland creature. As you search for apartments, you'll find that apartment homes can vary in development size and available amenities. Older buildings may have fewer units and lack the luxury features that come standard in newer builds. Regardless of age, individual apartment sizes offer generous square footage and ample storage.

Downtown Millbrook is comprised of mature neighborhoods that tend to be smaller and more secluded from the rest of town. It's closer in distance to Montgomery but farther from direct interstate access. The downtown area is also home to many of the area schools, parks and recreation centers.

Central Millbrook features newer developments that are larger, more densely populated and interconnected, with easy access to Highway 14 and Main Street.

North Millbrook is predominatly residential and farthest away from highway access and the town's business districts.

Neighborhoods
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Newcomers will find a mix of city apartments and homes for rent in Millbrook with rental costs comparable to nearby towns. Houses in the area tend to be comfortable and modest on ample lots surrounded by woodlands -- and an occasional woodland creature. As you search for apartments, you'll find that apartment homes can vary in development size and available amenities. Older buildings may have fewer units and lack the luxury features that come standard in newer builds. Regardless of age, individual apartment sizes offer generous square footage and ample storage.

Downtown Millbrook is comprised of mature neighborhoods that tend to be smaller and more secluded from the rest of town. It's closer in distance to Montgomery but farther from direct interstate access. The downtown area is also home to many of the area schools, parks and recreation centers.

Central Millbrook features newer developments that are larger, more densely populated and interconnected, with easy access to Highway 14 and Main Street.

North Millbrook is predominatly residential and farthest away from highway access and the town's business districts.

Getting Around Town

Average morning commute time from central Millbrook is 28 minutes. Daily commuters may seek out homes close to the interstate to reduce drive time. Smaller state roads are a nice alternative from the typical rush hour interstate traffic but the speed limits are lower and strictly enforced throughout the day. Take the scenic route to improve your gas mileage and invest in a radar detector, especially if you're prone to lead foot syndrome.

Fortunately, there's no need to drive to other towns to shop as you can find necessities from local and national retailers populating the main roads. However, you will need to drive to your shopping destinations. Despite its small size, Millbrook's 13 square miles is lacking in walkability. The River Region is very car-centric, so most of the town's shops and businesses are located on or near busy highways -- not exactly pedestrian-friendly.

Because sometimes you just need a break from routine, Millbrook's proximity to I-65 makes day trips and weekend getaways a breeze. Destinations like the Alabama River, Lake Martin and the Robert Trent Jones Capitol Hill golf course are just a short distance away. It's a 90-minute drive from Birmingham's big city energy and less than three hours from a lazy Gulf Shores beach escape.

Millbrook offers its own escape from the workaday world, miles away from the stress and pressure of city living. When you live in Millbrook, you have permission to kick off your shoes, take a deep breath and get comfortable.

Getting Around Town
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Average morning commute time from central Millbrook is 28 minutes. Daily commuters may seek out homes close to the interstate to reduce drive time. Smaller state roads are a nice alternative from the typical rush hour interstate traffic but the speed limits are lower and strictly enforced throughout the day. Take the scenic route to improve your gas mileage and invest in a radar detector, especially if you're prone to lead foot syndrome.

Fortunately, there's no need to drive to other towns to shop as you can find necessities from local and national retailers populating the main roads. However, you will need to drive to your shopping destinations. Despite its small size, Millbrook's 13 square miles is lacking in walkability. The River Region is very car-centric, so most of the town's shops and businesses are located on or near busy highways -- not exactly pedestrian-friendly.

Because sometimes you just need a break from routine, Millbrook's proximity to I-65 makes day trips and weekend getaways a breeze. Destinations like the Alabama River, Lake Martin and the Robert Trent Jones Capitol Hill golf course are just a short distance away. It's a 90-minute drive from Birmingham's big city energy and less than three hours from a lazy Gulf Shores beach escape.

Millbrook offers its own escape from the workaday world, miles away from the stress and pressure of city living. When you live in Millbrook, you have permission to kick off your shoes, take a deep breath and get comfortable.

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Millbrook
Millbrook's Gene Jones Antique Tractor Museum pays tribute to vintage farm machinery once used on Alabama's farms.
Millbrook's Gene Jones Antique Tractor Museum pays tribute to vintage farm machinery once used on Alabama's farms.

Millbrook, Alabama is tough to beat when it comes to location. This growing town, set in the heart of the River Region, is accessible via interstate and major state highways and close to waterways, outdoor recreation and popular area attractions. More than a bedroom community of nearby Montgomery, Millbrook has all of the amenities of a large town while retaining its rural comfort and charm.

Life in Millbrook

Millbrook originated as a summer retreat in the 1920s for Montgomery residents longing for fresh air in a pastoral setting. As regular commuting from the city became a reality, summertime visitors started settling in the area full-time. Millbrook is ranked among Alabama's rapidly growing cities, with much of the population influx -- and construction -- occurring within the last 20 years. Budget-friendly housing costs attract residents to Millbrook neighborhoods while the combination of convenience and comfort encourages them to put down roots. The town bolsters community spirit through a variety of seasonal events including Spirit of Christmas Festival, Mardi Gras Parade and Alabama Wildlife Federation's Youth Catfish Rodeo.

Millbrook remains popular with outdoor enthusiasts seeking fertile grounds for hunting, fishing and golfing. The city promotes alfresco activities through its youth sports leagues and recreation, nature trails and parks intended for all ages. Indoor enthusiasts can indulge in cultural activities available in the tri-county area. After a quick visit to Gene Jones Antique Tractor Museum, take in a show at one of the region's community theaters. The Millbrook Community Players join Prattville and Wetumpka companies in providing amateur stage productions that rival the professionals. A 20-minute drive takes you into Montgomery, where you can wander the area's popular shopping malls or explore a variety of museums, historical sites and leisure attractions.

Life in Millbrook
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Millbrook originated as a summer retreat in the 1920s for Montgomery residents longing for fresh air in a pastoral setting. As regular commuting from the city became a reality, summertime visitors started settling in the area full-time. Millbrook is ranked among Alabama's rapidly growing cities, with much of the population influx -- and construction -- occurring within the last 20 years. Budget-friendly housing costs attract residents to Millbrook neighborhoods while the combination of convenience and comfort encourages them to put down roots. The town bolsters community spirit through a variety of seasonal events including Spirit of Christmas Festival, Mardi Gras Parade and Alabama Wildlife Federation's Youth Catfish Rodeo.

Millbrook remains popular with outdoor enthusiasts seeking fertile grounds for hunting, fishing and golfing. The city promotes alfresco activities through its youth sports leagues and recreation, nature trails and parks intended for all ages. Indoor enthusiasts can indulge in cultural activities available in the tri-county area. After a quick visit to Gene Jones Antique Tractor Museum, take in a show at one of the region's community theaters. The Millbrook Community Players join Prattville and Wetumpka companies in providing amateur stage productions that rival the professionals. A 20-minute drive takes you into Montgomery, where you can wander the area's popular shopping malls or explore a variety of museums, historical sites and leisure attractions.

Neighborhoods

Newcomers will find a mix of city apartments and homes for rent in Millbrook with rental costs comparable to nearby towns. Houses in the area tend to be comfortable and modest on ample lots surrounded by woodlands -- and an occasional woodland creature. As you search for apartments, you'll find that apartment homes can vary in development size and available amenities. Older buildings may have fewer units and lack the luxury features that come standard in newer builds. Regardless of age, individual apartment sizes offer generous square footage and ample storage.

Downtown Millbrook is comprised of mature neighborhoods that tend to be smaller and more secluded from the rest of town. It's closer in distance to Montgomery but farther from direct interstate access. The downtown area is also home to many of the area schools, parks and recreation centers.

Central Millbrook features newer developments that are larger, more densely populated and interconnected, with easy access to Highway 14 and Main Street.

North Millbrook is predominatly residential and farthest away from highway access and the town's business districts.

Neighborhoods
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Newcomers will find a mix of city apartments and homes for rent in Millbrook with rental costs comparable to nearby towns. Houses in the area tend to be comfortable and modest on ample lots surrounded by woodlands -- and an occasional woodland creature. As you search for apartments, you'll find that apartment homes can vary in development size and available amenities. Older buildings may have fewer units and lack the luxury features that come standard in newer builds. Regardless of age, individual apartment sizes offer generous square footage and ample storage.

Downtown Millbrook is comprised of mature neighborhoods that tend to be smaller and more secluded from the rest of town. It's closer in distance to Montgomery but farther from direct interstate access. The downtown area is also home to many of the area schools, parks and recreation centers.

Central Millbrook features newer developments that are larger, more densely populated and interconnected, with easy access to Highway 14 and Main Street.

North Millbrook is predominatly residential and farthest away from highway access and the town's business districts.

Getting Around Town

Average morning commute time from central Millbrook is 28 minutes. Daily commuters may seek out homes close to the interstate to reduce drive time. Smaller state roads are a nice alternative from the typical rush hour interstate traffic but the speed limits are lower and strictly enforced throughout the day. Take the scenic route to improve your gas mileage and invest in a radar detector, especially if you're prone to lead foot syndrome.

Fortunately, there's no need to drive to other towns to shop as you can find necessities from local and national retailers populating the main roads. However, you will need to drive to your shopping destinations. Despite its small size, Millbrook's 13 square miles is lacking in walkability. The River Region is very car-centric, so most of the town's shops and businesses are located on or near busy highways -- not exactly pedestrian-friendly.

Because sometimes you just need a break from routine, Millbrook's proximity to I-65 makes day trips and weekend getaways a breeze. Destinations like the Alabama River, Lake Martin and the Robert Trent Jones Capitol Hill golf course are just a short distance away. It's a 90-minute drive from Birmingham's big city energy and less than three hours from a lazy Gulf Shores beach escape.

Millbrook offers its own escape from the workaday world, miles away from the stress and pressure of city living. When you live in Millbrook, you have permission to kick off your shoes, take a deep breath and get comfortable.

Getting Around Town
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Average morning commute time from central Millbrook is 28 minutes. Daily commuters may seek out homes close to the interstate to reduce drive time. Smaller state roads are a nice alternative from the typical rush hour interstate traffic but the speed limits are lower and strictly enforced throughout the day. Take the scenic route to improve your gas mileage and invest in a radar detector, especially if you're prone to lead foot syndrome.

Fortunately, there's no need to drive to other towns to shop as you can find necessities from local and national retailers populating the main roads. However, you will need to drive to your shopping destinations. Despite its small size, Millbrook's 13 square miles is lacking in walkability. The River Region is very car-centric, so most of the town's shops and businesses are located on or near busy highways -- not exactly pedestrian-friendly.

Because sometimes you just need a break from routine, Millbrook's proximity to I-65 makes day trips and weekend getaways a breeze. Destinations like the Alabama River, Lake Martin and the Robert Trent Jones Capitol Hill golf course are just a short distance away. It's a 90-minute drive from Birmingham's big city energy and less than three hours from a lazy Gulf Shores beach escape.

Millbrook offers its own escape from the workaday world, miles away from the stress and pressure of city living. When you live in Millbrook, you have permission to kick off your shoes, take a deep breath and get comfortable.