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14 Apartments for rent in Sylacauga, AL

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744 Marble City Heights Cir
744 Marble City Heights Circle
Sylacauga, AL
3 Bedrooms
$880
1210 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Check out this property located in Sylacauga with 3 beds, 2 bath, newly renovated granite counters and luxury flooring throughout! Call us TODAY and schedule a showing at 205-410-8785!
1 Unit Available
603 Darby Ave
603 Darby Avenue
Sylacauga, AL
4 Bedrooms
$980
1320 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
A newly renovated property located in Sylacauga has 4 beds, 2 bath, granite counter tops, luxury flooring throughout, and a storage building! Call us now at 205-410-8785 to schedule a showing!
1 Unit Available
28 Jackson Ave
28 Jackson Ave
Sylacauga, AL
2 Bedrooms
$815
1313 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Check out this new property located in Sylacauga with 2 beds, 1 bath, newly renovated granite counters, luxury flooring throughout, a covered porch and a flat lot! Call us TODAY and set up a showing at 205-410-8785!
1 Unit Available
1028 N Main Ave
1028 South Main Avenue
Sylacauga, AL
3 Bedrooms
$810
1410 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Looking for a home with LARGE rooms?? This is the house you've been looking for!!! Located on a quiet street, this 3 bedroom, 1 bath cutie has soaring ceilings, hardwoods, tile, lots of kitchen cabinets/counter space and a spacious bathroom.
1 Unit Available
402 Wetumpka St
402 Wetumpka St
Sylacauga, AL
2 Bedrooms
$725
935 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
All newly renovated property located in Sylacauga wit 2 beds, 1 bath, granite counters, luxury flooring throughout and a flat lot!! Call us TODAY at 205-410-8785 and schedule a showing!!
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1 Unit Available
311 Coleman Lane
311 Coleman Lane
Talladega County, AL
4 Bedrooms
$755
1329 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 AM
Recently Renovated 4 Bed/3 Bath - Recently reduced! Act now to snag it up at this great price! OPEN HOUSE: Colten Thursday, September 3, 2020 @ 4:00- 5:00 pm Newer kitchen, appliances, flooring, and paint will welcome you into this wonderful
1 Unit Available
130 Twin St
130 Twin St
Talladega County, AL
2 Bedrooms
$825
1517 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Check out this property located in Sylacauga with 2 beds, 2 bath, a newly renovated granite counter tops, luxury flooring throughout and a flat lot! Call us NOW at 205-410-8785 to schedule a showing!
1 Unit Available
29 Jackson Ave
29 Jackson Ave
Mignon, AL
2 Bedrooms
$800
1067 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
This new property located in Sylacauga has 2 beds, 1 bed, a newly renovated granite counters, luxury flooring throughout, a covered porch, a storage building, a FULLY Fenced Yard and a flat lot! Call us NOW at 205-410-8785 to set up a showing!
1 Unit Available
248 Mount Vernon Rd
248 Mount Vernon Road
Mignon, AL
4 Bedrooms
$950
1420 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Check out this property located in Sylacauga, with 4 beds, 1 bath , newly renovated granite counters, luxury flooring, a covered porch and a flat lot! Call us now and schedule a showing at 205-410-8785!
Results within 5 miles of Sylacauga
1 Unit Available
77 Alan St Unit A
77 Alan St
Childersburg, AL
2 Bedrooms
$750
1537 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Check out this property located in Childersburg with 2 beds, 1 bath, newly renovated granite counters and luxury flooring throughout! Call us TODAY and Set up a showing at 205-410-8785!
1 Unit Available
126 Deluna Cir Unit A
126 Deluna Cir
Childersburg, AL
2 Bedrooms
$700
1656 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
This property located in Childersburg has 2 beds, 1bath. All newly renovated inside from granite counters to luxury flooring throughout and a covered porch! Call us TODAY and schedule a showing at 205-410-8785!!
1 Unit Available
182 Parkdale Dr
182 Parkdale Drive
Childersburg, AL
3 Bedrooms
$935
1375 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Newly renovated property located in Childersburg with 3 beds, 2 bath, granite counters, luxury flooring throughout, a covered porch, a carport, an extra storage building and a flat lot! Call us NOW and schedule a showing at 205-410-8785!
1 Unit Available
70 Lakeside Dr
70 Lakeside Drive
Childersburg, AL
2 Bedrooms
$840
759 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Newly renovated property located in Childersburg with 2 beds, 2 bath, granite counters, luxury flooring, a covered porch and a storage building! Call us NOW at 201-410-8785!
1 Unit Available
36 Lakeside Dr
36 Lakeside Drive
Childersburg, AL
3 Bedrooms
$885
1257 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 07:36 AM
Check out this newly renovated property located in Childersburg with 3 beds, 2 bath, granite counters, luxury flooring throughout, a covered porch and a flat lot! call us TODAY and schedule a showing at 205-410-8785!!
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Apartment Rentals in Sylacauga start at $700/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Sylacauga start at $700/month.
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While some Sylacauga 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.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Sylacauga 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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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Sylacauga. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Alabama at Birmingham, Auburn University at Montgomery, Auburn University, Birmingham Southern College, and Jefferson State Community College.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Sylacauga. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include University of Alabama at Birmingham, Auburn University at Montgomery, Auburn University, Birmingham Southern College, and Jefferson State Community College.

City Guide

Sylacauga
Sylacauga is the first place in the world where an object from outer space has been documented as hitting a person! Yep, back in 1954, a four-kilogram piece of meteorite came crashing through the roof of a house, hit a radio and bounced into a woman named Mrs. Ann Hodges, who was casually enjoying an afternoon nap! Jeez, how's that for a wake up call!
Sylacauga is the first place in the world where an object from outer space has been documented as hitting a person! Yep, back in 1954, a four-kilogram piece of meteorite came crashing through the roof of a house, hit a radio and bounced into a woman named Mrs. Ann Hodges, who was casually enjoying an afternoon nap! Jeez, how's that for a wake up call!

Sylacauga has also been nicknamed many things over the years, such as "Alabama's Best Kept Secret," "Buzzard's Roost" and "The Marble City" on account of the city's links with the marble industry. It's situated in Talladega County and is home to 12,749 people, according to the U.S. Census in 2010. The Talladega National Forest is also right on the eastern border of the city, with the smaller settlements of Stewartville, Fayetteville and Childersburg within a few miles to the south, west and north respectively. The closest major city is Birmingham, about 40 miles along Route 280 to the northwest. Atlanta is about 90 miles to the northeast as the crow flies.

Moving to Sylacauga

A good proportion of the 5,000-plus houses in Sylacauga are renter occupied. This essentially means that the market is pretty good for rental seekers. Most of the housing is single family detached houses, so finding a house for rent in Sylacauga should be simple enough. But what about an apartment for rent? Well, over 20 percent of homes are in apartment blocks and high-rise complexes, so this isn't bad. A studio apartment will be harder to find, but anything with 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms will be readily available.

Rental prices are pretty low for the state, and ridiculously low when compared to cities like New York or California. Most people work in the town itself or the nearby areas, with Birmingham within commuting distance, but it's important that you have work already lined up before you start house hunting or, at the very least, can show that you've been earning regularly and are able to make your rent. Most people relocate when they have already sorted out their working situation, and it's not really a good idea just to move on a hunch and hope to find work. Showing employment records, references, and a strong credit history will help you secure a place to live quickly.

Moving to Sylacauga
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A good proportion of the 5,000-plus houses in Sylacauga are renter occupied. This essentially means that the market is pretty good for rental seekers. Most of the housing is single family detached houses, so finding a house for rent in Sylacauga should be simple enough. But what about an apartment for rent? Well, over 20 percent of homes are in apartment blocks and high-rise complexes, so this isn't bad. A studio apartment will be harder to find, but anything with 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms will be readily available.

Rental prices are pretty low for the state, and ridiculously low when compared to cities like New York or California. Most people work in the town itself or the nearby areas, with Birmingham within commuting distance, but it's important that you have work already lined up before you start house hunting or, at the very least, can show that you've been earning regularly and are able to make your rent. Most people relocate when they have already sorted out their working situation, and it's not really a good idea just to move on a hunch and hope to find work. Showing employment records, references, and a strong credit history will help you secure a place to live quickly.

Neighborhoods in Sylacauga

Sylacauga has a WalkScore of 60, which is pretty much in the middle ground. In other words, you can walk for some errands but will need to drive for others. There is a bus service that operates around town, but most people tend to drive to work if they don't have the luxury of being able to walk or cycle. Before you put on your walking shoes or start driving around aimlessly, learn about the neighborhoods so you know where to start your search for a home. Here is brief guide to help you out.

City Center: This is the real hub of the town and includes the main eating, drinking and shopping areas of downtown. Downtown Bar-B-Que and Grill, L'Acosta Mexican and Marble City Grill are just three restaurants in the center of town,. You'll also find the Comer Museum and Arts Center here.

Gantts Junction: Route 280 runs straight through this neighborhood, so it's useful for commuters who travel over to Birmingham. The Fort William Shopping Center is great for your groceries.

Oldfield: Does fancy living within the Talladega National Forest sound good to you? Then you are in the right place. In Oilfield, you'll be close to the Sylacauga Country Club, which is great if you like to play golf or just hang out in a nice place.

Talladega Springs: Out here it's pretty rural and exclusively full of detached housing and mobile homes, so it's not great if you're on the hunt for townhouses for rent! But if you like golf, this is for you. The golf course, Pursell Farms, is in the southwest area of this neighborhood.

Neighborhoods in Sylacauga
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Sylacauga has a WalkScore of 60, which is pretty much in the middle ground. In other words, you can walk for some errands but will need to drive for others. There is a bus service that operates around town, but most people tend to drive to work if they don't have the luxury of being able to walk or cycle. Before you put on your walking shoes or start driving around aimlessly, learn about the neighborhoods so you know where to start your search for a home. Here is brief guide to help you out.

City Center: This is the real hub of the town and includes the main eating, drinking and shopping areas of downtown. Downtown Bar-B-Que and Grill, L'Acosta Mexican and Marble City Grill are just three restaurants in the center of town,. You'll also find the Comer Museum and Arts Center here.

Gantts Junction: Route 280 runs straight through this neighborhood, so it's useful for commuters who travel over to Birmingham. The Fort William Shopping Center is great for your groceries.

Oldfield: Does fancy living within the Talladega National Forest sound good to you? Then you are in the right place. In Oilfield, you'll be close to the Sylacauga Country Club, which is great if you like to play golf or just hang out in a nice place.

Talladega Springs: Out here it's pretty rural and exclusively full of detached housing and mobile homes, so it's not great if you're on the hunt for townhouses for rent! But if you like golf, this is for you. The golf course, Pursell Farms, is in the southwest area of this neighborhood.

Living in Sylacauga

With the Talladega National Forest on the city's doorstep, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun in Sylacauga, particularly for those with a penchant for hiking, biking and hunting. In the city itself, there are also five parks, with Noble Park being the largest. There's even a skate park and a pavilion available for party or event rentals. Elsewhere there are tennis courts, baseball fields, volleyball sand pits and a lot more.

In town itself you'll find that most of the local amenities are concentrated in the downtown area, where festivals and other events are held through the year. Restaurants like Big Mike's Fish Wings and Things and Sonic Drive In are popular among the locals. If you just want a drink, head over to JR's Sport Bar just down the road. If you're looking for something a bit more lively, then nearby Birmingham will offer you a lot more. Thankfully, getting there is simple with Route 280 going straight through the city. Getting around town itself it also simple by using the transit service that runs through it.

Living in Sylacauga
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With the Talladega National Forest on the city's doorstep, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun in Sylacauga, particularly for those with a penchant for hiking, biking and hunting. In the city itself, there are also five parks, with Noble Park being the largest. There's even a skate park and a pavilion available for party or event rentals. Elsewhere there are tennis courts, baseball fields, volleyball sand pits and a lot more.

In town itself you'll find that most of the local amenities are concentrated in the downtown area, where festivals and other events are held through the year. Restaurants like Big Mike's Fish Wings and Things and Sonic Drive In are popular among the locals. If you just want a drink, head over to JR's Sport Bar just down the road. If you're looking for something a bit more lively, then nearby Birmingham will offer you a lot more. Thankfully, getting there is simple with Route 280 going straight through the city. Getting around town itself it also simple by using the transit service that runs through it.

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Sylacauga
Sylacauga is the first place in the world where an object from outer space has been documented as hitting a person! Yep, back in 1954, a four-kilogram piece of meteorite came crashing through the roof of a house, hit a radio and bounced into a woman named Mrs. Ann Hodges, who was casually enjoying an afternoon nap! Jeez, how's that for a wake up call!
Sylacauga is the first place in the world where an object from outer space has been documented as hitting a person! Yep, back in 1954, a four-kilogram piece of meteorite came crashing through the roof of a house, hit a radio and bounced into a woman named Mrs. Ann Hodges, who was casually enjoying an afternoon nap! Jeez, how's that for a wake up call!

Sylacauga has also been nicknamed many things over the years, such as "Alabama's Best Kept Secret," "Buzzard's Roost" and "The Marble City" on account of the city's links with the marble industry. It's situated in Talladega County and is home to 12,749 people, according to the U.S. Census in 2010. The Talladega National Forest is also right on the eastern border of the city, with the smaller settlements of Stewartville, Fayetteville and Childersburg within a few miles to the south, west and north respectively. The closest major city is Birmingham, about 40 miles along Route 280 to the northwest. Atlanta is about 90 miles to the northeast as the crow flies.

Moving to Sylacauga

A good proportion of the 5,000-plus houses in Sylacauga are renter occupied. This essentially means that the market is pretty good for rental seekers. Most of the housing is single family detached houses, so finding a house for rent in Sylacauga should be simple enough. But what about an apartment for rent? Well, over 20 percent of homes are in apartment blocks and high-rise complexes, so this isn't bad. A studio apartment will be harder to find, but anything with 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms will be readily available.

Rental prices are pretty low for the state, and ridiculously low when compared to cities like New York or California. Most people work in the town itself or the nearby areas, with Birmingham within commuting distance, but it's important that you have work already lined up before you start house hunting or, at the very least, can show that you've been earning regularly and are able to make your rent. Most people relocate when they have already sorted out their working situation, and it's not really a good idea just to move on a hunch and hope to find work. Showing employment records, references, and a strong credit history will help you secure a place to live quickly.

Moving to Sylacauga
+

A good proportion of the 5,000-plus houses in Sylacauga are renter occupied. This essentially means that the market is pretty good for rental seekers. Most of the housing is single family detached houses, so finding a house for rent in Sylacauga should be simple enough. But what about an apartment for rent? Well, over 20 percent of homes are in apartment blocks and high-rise complexes, so this isn't bad. A studio apartment will be harder to find, but anything with 1, 2, or 3 bedrooms will be readily available.

Rental prices are pretty low for the state, and ridiculously low when compared to cities like New York or California. Most people work in the town itself or the nearby areas, with Birmingham within commuting distance, but it's important that you have work already lined up before you start house hunting or, at the very least, can show that you've been earning regularly and are able to make your rent. Most people relocate when they have already sorted out their working situation, and it's not really a good idea just to move on a hunch and hope to find work. Showing employment records, references, and a strong credit history will help you secure a place to live quickly.

Neighborhoods in Sylacauga

Sylacauga has a WalkScore of 60, which is pretty much in the middle ground. In other words, you can walk for some errands but will need to drive for others. There is a bus service that operates around town, but most people tend to drive to work if they don't have the luxury of being able to walk or cycle. Before you put on your walking shoes or start driving around aimlessly, learn about the neighborhoods so you know where to start your search for a home. Here is brief guide to help you out.

City Center: This is the real hub of the town and includes the main eating, drinking and shopping areas of downtown. Downtown Bar-B-Que and Grill, L'Acosta Mexican and Marble City Grill are just three restaurants in the center of town,. You'll also find the Comer Museum and Arts Center here.

Gantts Junction: Route 280 runs straight through this neighborhood, so it's useful for commuters who travel over to Birmingham. The Fort William Shopping Center is great for your groceries.

Oldfield: Does fancy living within the Talladega National Forest sound good to you? Then you are in the right place. In Oilfield, you'll be close to the Sylacauga Country Club, which is great if you like to play golf or just hang out in a nice place.

Talladega Springs: Out here it's pretty rural and exclusively full of detached housing and mobile homes, so it's not great if you're on the hunt for townhouses for rent! But if you like golf, this is for you. The golf course, Pursell Farms, is in the southwest area of this neighborhood.

Neighborhoods in Sylacauga
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Sylacauga has a WalkScore of 60, which is pretty much in the middle ground. In other words, you can walk for some errands but will need to drive for others. There is a bus service that operates around town, but most people tend to drive to work if they don't have the luxury of being able to walk or cycle. Before you put on your walking shoes or start driving around aimlessly, learn about the neighborhoods so you know where to start your search for a home. Here is brief guide to help you out.

City Center: This is the real hub of the town and includes the main eating, drinking and shopping areas of downtown. Downtown Bar-B-Que and Grill, L'Acosta Mexican and Marble City Grill are just three restaurants in the center of town,. You'll also find the Comer Museum and Arts Center here.

Gantts Junction: Route 280 runs straight through this neighborhood, so it's useful for commuters who travel over to Birmingham. The Fort William Shopping Center is great for your groceries.

Oldfield: Does fancy living within the Talladega National Forest sound good to you? Then you are in the right place. In Oilfield, you'll be close to the Sylacauga Country Club, which is great if you like to play golf or just hang out in a nice place.

Talladega Springs: Out here it's pretty rural and exclusively full of detached housing and mobile homes, so it's not great if you're on the hunt for townhouses for rent! But if you like golf, this is for you. The golf course, Pursell Farms, is in the southwest area of this neighborhood.

Living in Sylacauga

With the Talladega National Forest on the city's doorstep, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun in Sylacauga, particularly for those with a penchant for hiking, biking and hunting. In the city itself, there are also five parks, with Noble Park being the largest. There's even a skate park and a pavilion available for party or event rentals. Elsewhere there are tennis courts, baseball fields, volleyball sand pits and a lot more.

In town itself you'll find that most of the local amenities are concentrated in the downtown area, where festivals and other events are held through the year. Restaurants like Big Mike's Fish Wings and Things and Sonic Drive In are popular among the locals. If you just want a drink, head over to JR's Sport Bar just down the road. If you're looking for something a bit more lively, then nearby Birmingham will offer you a lot more. Thankfully, getting there is simple with Route 280 going straight through the city. Getting around town itself it also simple by using the transit service that runs through it.

Living in Sylacauga
+

With the Talladega National Forest on the city's doorstep, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun in Sylacauga, particularly for those with a penchant for hiking, biking and hunting. In the city itself, there are also five parks, with Noble Park being the largest. There's even a skate park and a pavilion available for party or event rentals. Elsewhere there are tennis courts, baseball fields, volleyball sand pits and a lot more.

In town itself you'll find that most of the local amenities are concentrated in the downtown area, where festivals and other events are held through the year. Restaurants like Big Mike's Fish Wings and Things and Sonic Drive In are popular among the locals. If you just want a drink, head over to JR's Sport Bar just down the road. If you're looking for something a bit more lively, then nearby Birmingham will offer you a lot more. Thankfully, getting there is simple with Route 280 going straight through the city. Getting around town itself it also simple by using the transit service that runs through it.