5 Apartments for rent in Valley, AL

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6101 26th Ave
6101 26th Ave
Valley, AL
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
Starting at $900
Updated 7 days ago
42 Lee Road 2093
42 Lee Road 2093
Valley, AL
3 Bedrooms
$900
Starting at $795
Updated 14 days ago
610 North 17th Avenue
610 North 17th Avenue
Lanett, AL
3 Bedrooms
$795
Starting at $2,500
Updated 1 month ago
720 Lee Road 0388
720 Lee Road 0388
, AL
4 Bedrooms
$2,500
Starting at $1,350
Updated 14 days ago
803 North Hills Drive
803 North Hills Drive
Opelika, AL
4 Bedrooms
$1,350

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City GuideValley

Home to NFL players Lemanski Hall and Marcus Pollard, as well as Christian music composer K. Lee Scott, Valley, Alabama lies just on the border of Alabama and Georgia.

Valley shares the "Greater Valley Area" with the communities of Lanett, LaFayette, and West Point, Georgia. Many residents joke that West Point is where the famous United States Military Academy is, but the military academy is actually located in New York. The communities of Valley, Lanett, LaFayette and West Point share the Chattahoochee River. Valley was formed in 1980 when the villages of Fairfax, Langdale, Riverview and Shawmut combined and incorporated.

Renting in Valley

Valley offers extremely affordable housing, including one bedroom apartment rentals starting at less than five hundred dollars per month. Some apartments are conveniently built as single-story units, while others are multilevel complexes.

Larger apartments and condo rentals are available for one thousand to around fifteen hundred dollars per month. Many of these complexes have enjoyable amenities, such as community swimming pools, private balconies and even fireplaces. House rentals are also available, starting at just under one thousand dollars per month and climbing in price according to location and the features of the home.

Living in Valley

The Columbus, Georgia television and radio stations service Valley and the surrounding areas. Valley is convenient to the comparatively larger cities of Auburn, Opelika and Fort Benning, as well as the Alabama state capital of Montgomery. Affordable apartment rentals are open in each of these cities, just a short drive from Valley.

The Chattahoochee River provides lots of activities, including fishing, canoeing and kayaking. Many of the house rentals available are close enough to enjoy the Chattahoochee on a daily basis. Valley boasts a Community Center, as well as a sports complex with five multi-use athletic fields. The parks and recreation board of Valley also oversees several area parks, as well as a seven mile walking and biking trail for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Valley's residents number just over 9,000, sharing a little less than 10 square miles. However, the neighboring communities make Valley seem like a larger town, as few conveniences are far away. The campus of the University of Alabama at Auburn provides lots of job opportunities, and draws in a variety of national chain stores and restaurants to enjoy.

Situated on the border, many residents of Valley work across the state line in larger cities like Columbus, Georgia. However, if you cross the border to live and work, be aware you might be subject to paying state income tax in both Georgia and Alabama. Lottery is legal in Georgia, but is not legal in Alabama. Many residents cross the state line to buy lottery tickets, especially when the jackpot climbs into the hundred million dollar region.

Valley is in a humid subtropical climate. Its nearness to the Gulf of Mexico means hot, muggy summers, but usually extremely mild winters. Freezing temperatures reach this far south more often than the panhandle of Florida, but extremely cold weather is rare. It hardly ever snows.

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