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10855 BERRYHILL RD
10855 Berryhill Road
Escambia County, AL | Pine Lake Estates
4 Bedrooms
$1,500
1934 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
! Large 4 bedroom brick home with large, and oversized 2-car garage. Multiple rooms for entertaining. Laminate wood flooring in great room and hallway.
1 Unit Available
174 OVERLOOK DR
174 Overlook Drive
Brent, FL | Cascade Hills
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1352 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
Convenient to interstate, schools & shopping! Living room with built-in cabinet. Kitchen/dining combination. Fully equipped kitchen. Master bedroom has walk-in closet and 1/2 bath attached. 4th bedroom would make excellent office/family room.
1 Unit Available
8149 SEDGEFIELD DR
8149 Sedgefield Drive
Warrington, FL | Bay Meadows Lakes
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1522 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
THIS LOVELY HOME HAS A VERY LARGE LIVING ROOM WITH FIREPLACE. A SPACIOUS KITCHEN, EAT-IN-KITCHEN WITH BAY WINDOWS. LARGE MASTER BEDROOM WITH MASTER BATH.THIS HOME IS LOCATED 10 MINUTES FROM BACK GATE NAS, AND CORRY STATION. A MUST SEE HOME!!!
1 Unit Available
3905 W MALLORY ST
3905 West Mallory Street
West Pensacola, FL | West Highlands
2 Bedrooms
$750
642 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
Move in special, apply, qualify and signed lease before 01/15/2021, 1/2 off Feb rent. Completely redone on interior, Be the first to enjoy the New kitchen cabinets, toliets, shower, counter tops, lighting.
1 Unit Available
11132 LITTLE CREEK LN
11132 Little Creek Lane
Escambia County, AL | Little Creek
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
1790 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
Coming soon, new carpets being installed 2021, new stove 2021, New 2020 central heat and air. Close to back and front gate Nas, close to beaches and shopping. Split floor plan, 2 car garage. Large eat in kitchen with center island. inside laundry.
1 Unit Available
340 N REUS ST
340 N Reus St
Pensacola, FL | Downtown Pensacola
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1100 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
Completely Updated Duplex in Desirable Downtown!! ***INTERIOR FEATURES: Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring throughout in addition to newer Paint ~ Living Room with Ceiling Fan ~ Eat in Kitchen with Granite Countertops and Stainless Steel Appliances comes
1 Unit Available
257 S E ST
257 S E St
Pensacola, FL
3 Bedrooms
$2,025
1537 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
Great opportunity for luxury living close to downtown Pensacola, convenient for shopping and delicious restaurants. This beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath town home with 1 car garage is a must see.
1 Unit Available
10 BOLAND PL
10 Boland Place
Pensacola, FL | Renz-anna Villa
3 Bedrooms
$725
943 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
Cute 3 bedroom 1 bath home.
1 Unit Available
3604 CHARLOTTE AVE
3604 Charlotte Avenue
Warrington, FL
2 Bedrooms
$695
900 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
Great unit w/fully equipped kitchen, fenced yard, large driveway, W&D Hookups.
1 Unit Available
2300 W MICHIGAN AVE
2300 West Michigan Avenue
Bellview, FL
2 Bedrooms
$965
962 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
First-floor 2 bedroom 2 bathroom condo located in South Gulf Condos off W Michigan Ave close to I-10 and shopping. Open floor plan with the living room opens to the dining off the kitchen.
1 Unit Available
150 COTTAGE VIEW DR
150 Cottage View Dr
Warrington, FL | Lakewood
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1315 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
Gorgeous brick 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home located in Lakewood Cottages Subdivision, close to NAS Pensacola. Built-in 2017 and featuring over 1300 sqft of living space this home is not to be missed.
1 Unit Available
913 CLEARVIEW AVE
913 Clearview Avenue
Brent, FL | Crescent Lake
3 Bedrooms
$895
895 sqft
Last updated January 18 at 03:04 AM
Coming soon, 3 bedroom 1 bath, knotty pine cabinets in kitchen, huge fenced backyard, No pets of any kind firm.
1 Unit Available
411 N COYLE ST
411 North Coyle Street
Pensacola, FL | Downtown Pensacola
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1040 sqft
Last updated December 15 at 07:47 AM
One block from DeVillier's Square and walking distance to Palafox. This updated home features an open living area, granite counter tops, and stainless steel appliances. Tenant is responsible for all utilities. Schedule your tour today!
1 Unit Available
15 Verde Ct
15 Verde Ct
Escambia County, FL | Mariners Village
2 Bedrooms
$1,150
1249 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:37 AM
15 Verde Ct Available 06/16/20 Pet Friendly Community with Beautiful Homes! - Three Waters Green offers a selection of two or three bedroom homes to fit your lifestyle.
1 Unit Available
65 Assana Ct
65 Assana Ct
Escambia County, FL | Mariners Village
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
1476 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:15 AM
65 Assana Ct Available 05/15/20 Service with a Lifestyle! - Three Waters Green offers a selection of two or three bedroom homes to fit your lifestyle.
1 Unit Available
6103 E SHORE DR
6103 East Shore Drive
Brent, FL | Crescent Lake
2 Bedrooms
$850
1200 sqft
Last updated May 4 at 07:22 PM
Spacious townhouse with New Orleans Style Courtyard in Central Pensacola off Michigan Ave. Located about 15 minutes to Cordova Mall area, PSC & PCC, Hospitals, fairgrounds, and NAS Pensacola.
1 Unit Available
25 Verde Ct
25 Verde Ct
Escambia County, FL | Mariners Village
2 Bedrooms
$1,195
1476 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
25 Verde Ct Available 04/17/20 $99.00 Move In Special! - Three Waters Green offers a selection of two or three bedroom homes to fit your lifestyle.
1 Unit Available
15 Audusson Ave
15 Audusson Avenue
Warrington, FL | Lakewood
2 Bedrooms
$995
1424 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
Cute 2 bed 1 bath home - NEW PICS COMING SOON! Application fee is $50.
1 Unit Available
6332 Montgomery Ave. B
6332 Montgomery Avenue
Bellview, FL | Pensacola Heights
2 Bedrooms
$710
725 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Easy access to bases, shopping & interstate! - Centrally located duplex. Living room with ceiling fan. Tile floors throughout. Kitchen equipped with stove & refrigerator. All electric. Washer/dryer hook-ups in storage room in backyard.
1 Unit Available
648 Carrier Dr
648 Carrier Drive
Escambia County, FL | Mariners Village
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1758 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
648 Carrier Dr Available 05/15/20 City Outside. Tranquility Inside! - Three Waters Green offers a selection of two or three bedroom homes to fit your lifestyle.
1 Unit Available
116 Altamont Rd
116 Altamont Road
Pensacola, FL | Highland Terrace
4 Bedrooms
$1,095
1200 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
4 bed 2 bath home near downtown Pensacola! - STILL AVAILABLE: Application fee is $50.
1 Unit Available
94 Valtameri Ct
94 Valtameri Ct
Escambia County, FL | Mariners Village
2 Bedrooms
$995
1247 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
94 Valtameri Ct Available 05/15/20 Remarkable Value. Unbeatable Location. - Three Waters Green offers a selection of two or three bedroom homes to fit your lifestyle.
1 Unit Available
48 Assana Ct
48 Assana Ct
Escambia County, FL | Mariners Village
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1758 sqft
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
48 Assana Ct Available 05/22/20 A Higher Quality of Living! - Three Waters Green offers a selection of two or three bedroom homes to fit your lifestyle.
1 Unit Available
6309 RAMBLER DR
6309 Rambler Drive
Brent, FL
3 Bedrooms
$895
1107 sqft
Last updated February 20 at 07:40 PM
3 Bedroom, 1 bath near entrance to Marcus Pointe & Car City. Metal roof, central heat & air, open kitchen, all tile - no carpet. Inside washer & dryer hookups. APPLICATION FEE $30/ADULT.
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Apartment Rentals in Myrtle Grove start at $650/month.
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City Guide

Myrtle Grove
"Florida isn't so much a place where one goes to reinvent oneself, as it is a place where one goes if one no longer wished to be found." - Douglas Coupland
"Florida isn't so much a place where one goes to reinvent oneself, as it is a place where one goes if one no longer wished to be found." - Douglas Coupland

Myrtle Grove is a census designated city that resides in Escambia County, Florida. If you like to get out and about in the early afternoon, you might find a few things to do, you know, like swimming, as Myrtle Grove is surrounded by water. People who live in the city often refer to themselves as Pensacolians since they are in very close proximity to West and South Pensacola. Funnily enough, there is no East Pensacola (the only thing east of the city is water -- or may be a hidden land that resides below the surface). If you just need to have an East Pensacola, you'll be happy to hear that there is a South East and North East Pensacola (go figure). This city is bordered by Blue Angel Parkway, Warrington, West Pensacola and Bellevue (no, not Bellevue the psych hospital, although there might be a connection that we don't know about). This city is mainly a beach community, but there is a pretty sizable downtown area with lots of businesses.

Find the Home of Your Dreams in Myrtle Grove

Then lock yourself inside to keep nosy neighbors from getting to know you (just kidding).

If you're looking to move to Myrtle Grove, there a few things you should know. One is that there are a ton of properties here for sale and for rent. Two, most of them are well within market price. Apartments in the area are plentiful, and they range from studio apartments to two- and three-bedroom duplexes for rent. There are always move-in specials going on, so it's best to get in the door around spring or summer when rental property is most available.

What You Need

Most apartment complexes ask for two to three months' rent up front for the more high end properties, or one and a half months' rent up front to move in. To be safe, you should always have with you enough money to cover first and last months' rent. Other things you might want to have on hand when looking for rental apts here are: the application fee (which ranges depending on the complex), deposit, bank statements, work reference letters, personal reference letters and contact details and reference from your last landlord.

Once you move into the apartment of your choice, you need to think about transportation. Some locations are near bus routes, but many neighbors despise buses, so they'd rather not have them around. If you live in one of these neighborhoods, then the only way to get around is by driving, walking or biking.

Find the Home of Your Dreams in Myrtle Grove
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Then lock yourself inside to keep nosy neighbors from getting to know you (just kidding).

If you're looking to move to Myrtle Grove, there a few things you should know. One is that there are a ton of properties here for sale and for rent. Two, most of them are well within market price. Apartments in the area are plentiful, and they range from studio apartments to two- and three-bedroom duplexes for rent. There are always move-in specials going on, so it's best to get in the door around spring or summer when rental property is most available.

What You Need

Most apartment complexes ask for two to three months' rent up front for the more high end properties, or one and a half months' rent up front to move in. To be safe, you should always have with you enough money to cover first and last months' rent. Other things you might want to have on hand when looking for rental apts here are: the application fee (which ranges depending on the complex), deposit, bank statements, work reference letters, personal reference letters and contact details and reference from your last landlord.

Once you move into the apartment of your choice, you need to think about transportation. Some locations are near bus routes, but many neighbors despise buses, so they'd rather not have them around. If you live in one of these neighborhoods, then the only way to get around is by driving, walking or biking.

Notable Neighbor(hoods)

Technically, Myrtle Grove doesn't have any neighborhoods located within it -- although some maps might tell you otherwise. There are a few notable neighborhoods near Myrtle Grove, which happen to be quite popular: Washington, Bellevue and West Pensacola.

Washington: Washington is located south of Myrtle Grove near the Pensacola Bay. Obviously, this city offers a way better view than Myrtle Grove, so why aren't you here? Residents in this area enjoy golfing at the Pensacola Country Club and a bit of shopping at the Navy Point Shopping Center.

West Pensacola: West Pensacola is loaded with freeways. If you're a car enthusiast, this might be your dream come true. A few major thruways in the area include the 90, 727 and the 295. While you're here, learn a little history at the Seminole Trail or Cherokee Trail, both are located near the Municipal Golf Course.

Bellevue: Lastly, to the north, we have Bellevue, a town named after the notorious psychiatric hospital in Manhattan, New York (or is that the other way around? We don't really know, but we aren't going to Bellevue to find out). What we do know is that Bellevue consists of the Blue Angel Parkway, Interstate 90 and the Saufley Field Airport, located by 28 West. Residents in this area enjoy fishing off West Shore Drive at Crescent Lake. The funny thing is that you always see mental asylum escapees fishing in movies; coincidence? We sure hope so.

Notable Neighbor(hoods)
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Technically, Myrtle Grove doesn't have any neighborhoods located within it -- although some maps might tell you otherwise. There are a few notable neighborhoods near Myrtle Grove, which happen to be quite popular: Washington, Bellevue and West Pensacola.

Washington: Washington is located south of Myrtle Grove near the Pensacola Bay. Obviously, this city offers a way better view than Myrtle Grove, so why aren't you here? Residents in this area enjoy golfing at the Pensacola Country Club and a bit of shopping at the Navy Point Shopping Center.

West Pensacola: West Pensacola is loaded with freeways. If you're a car enthusiast, this might be your dream come true. A few major thruways in the area include the 90, 727 and the 295. While you're here, learn a little history at the Seminole Trail or Cherokee Trail, both are located near the Municipal Golf Course.

Bellevue: Lastly, to the north, we have Bellevue, a town named after the notorious psychiatric hospital in Manhattan, New York (or is that the other way around? We don't really know, but we aren't going to Bellevue to find out). What we do know is that Bellevue consists of the Blue Angel Parkway, Interstate 90 and the Saufley Field Airport, located by 28 West. Residents in this area enjoy fishing off West Shore Drive at Crescent Lake. The funny thing is that you always see mental asylum escapees fishing in movies; coincidence? We sure hope so.

Myrtle Grove: The City Where Everything is Really Close

Getting around Town

Getting around the city is really easy. Most people like to walk, after all it is a pretty walkable town; however, if you're one of those bicycle enthusiasts, you might find Myrtle Grove to be a little upsetting. There aren't any biking trails running through the city, but there is one single trail in South Pensacola and a pretty tiny area called the Belt Biking Trail. This trail is located in a park near Chelsea Street and 65th Avenue. Other than that, it's best to drive or catch a bus here.

If you hate walking and despise biking, then public transit might be the thing you're after. Lucky for you, there is a bus route that runs through the area, but there aren't many runs. The transit system that services the area is Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT). To be honest, there aren't many stops in the area either. To find these hidden bus stops, consult the Escambia County Area Transit website or a local Medium.

TMI or Just Enough

One thing you need to know about Myrtle Grove and its surrounding cities is that there are too many lakes and a large number of golf courses. If you're into golf, this would be your dream, if not, well maybe you could take up fishing? Now you may be thinking, with all of these golf courses, the area is overly preppy (or that you might spot Carlton Banks somewhere on the greens), but the truth is that this is a pretty mellow area. Most neighboring residents come here to max and relax. If you are into golf, then Perdido Bay Golf Course or Lost Key Golf Club should be on the top of your list.

Close Proximity to Airports

Myrtle Grove is sandwiched between two airports, Saufley Field North and Pensacola International Airport. Its close proximity to the airports is great if you have a lot of out-of-town relatives (or you want to get away from live-in relatives). Whatever the reason it is, the airports are there to whisk you away when you need!

Plenty of Shopping for Everyone and Their Mothers

Myrtle Grove has two notable shopping centers, Mariner Mall and Walmart. However, locals usually travel outside of the area to Cory Field Shopping Mart or Warrington Shopping Center.

Check out the Parks

Two parks that residents frequent often are Meadow Brook Park and Myrtle Grove Park. These parks have all of the amenities you would expect, such as grass, trees, air and walking trails, making for a great day out in the Florida sunshine.

Hungry?

Hip Pocket Deli brings old school atmosphere together with burgers, sandwiches and calzones. Have yourself a Philly Cheesesteak sub or try something a little different and get the Greek gyro pita pocket sandwich. With so many choices, you'll be here every day to try each one! For some Chinese cuisine, head over to Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant and try out the regular dishes like egg drop soup, or try something new like the san shien soup. For some seafood goodness, get yourself over to Chet's Catering & Seafood. Chet's is your secret hole-in-the-wall joint that will amaze you with its mullet and grits dishes.

Myrtle Grove: The City Where Everything is Really Close
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Getting around Town

Getting around the city is really easy. Most people like to walk, after all it is a pretty walkable town; however, if you're one of those bicycle enthusiasts, you might find Myrtle Grove to be a little upsetting. There aren't any biking trails running through the city, but there is one single trail in South Pensacola and a pretty tiny area called the Belt Biking Trail. This trail is located in a park near Chelsea Street and 65th Avenue. Other than that, it's best to drive or catch a bus here.

If you hate walking and despise biking, then public transit might be the thing you're after. Lucky for you, there is a bus route that runs through the area, but there aren't many runs. The transit system that services the area is Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT). To be honest, there aren't many stops in the area either. To find these hidden bus stops, consult the Escambia County Area Transit website or a local Medium.

TMI or Just Enough

One thing you need to know about Myrtle Grove and its surrounding cities is that there are too many lakes and a large number of golf courses. If you're into golf, this would be your dream, if not, well maybe you could take up fishing? Now you may be thinking, with all of these golf courses, the area is overly preppy (or that you might spot Carlton Banks somewhere on the greens), but the truth is that this is a pretty mellow area. Most neighboring residents come here to max and relax. If you are into golf, then Perdido Bay Golf Course or Lost Key Golf Club should be on the top of your list.

Close Proximity to Airports

Myrtle Grove is sandwiched between two airports, Saufley Field North and Pensacola International Airport. Its close proximity to the airports is great if you have a lot of out-of-town relatives (or you want to get away from live-in relatives). Whatever the reason it is, the airports are there to whisk you away when you need!

Plenty of Shopping for Everyone and Their Mothers

Myrtle Grove has two notable shopping centers, Mariner Mall and Walmart. However, locals usually travel outside of the area to Cory Field Shopping Mart or Warrington Shopping Center.

Check out the Parks

Two parks that residents frequent often are Meadow Brook Park and Myrtle Grove Park. These parks have all of the amenities you would expect, such as grass, trees, air and walking trails, making for a great day out in the Florida sunshine.

Hungry?

Hip Pocket Deli brings old school atmosphere together with burgers, sandwiches and calzones. Have yourself a Philly Cheesesteak sub or try something a little different and get the Greek gyro pita pocket sandwich. With so many choices, you'll be here every day to try each one! For some Chinese cuisine, head over to Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant and try out the regular dishes like egg drop soup, or try something new like the san shien soup. For some seafood goodness, get yourself over to Chet's Catering & Seafood. Chet's is your secret hole-in-the-wall joint that will amaze you with its mullet and grits dishes.

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City Guide

Myrtle Grove
"Florida isn't so much a place where one goes to reinvent oneself, as it is a place where one goes if one no longer wished to be found." - Douglas Coupland
"Florida isn't so much a place where one goes to reinvent oneself, as it is a place where one goes if one no longer wished to be found." - Douglas Coupland

Myrtle Grove is a census designated city that resides in Escambia County, Florida. If you like to get out and about in the early afternoon, you might find a few things to do, you know, like swimming, as Myrtle Grove is surrounded by water. People who live in the city often refer to themselves as Pensacolians since they are in very close proximity to West and South Pensacola. Funnily enough, there is no East Pensacola (the only thing east of the city is water -- or may be a hidden land that resides below the surface). If you just need to have an East Pensacola, you'll be happy to hear that there is a South East and North East Pensacola (go figure). This city is bordered by Blue Angel Parkway, Warrington, West Pensacola and Bellevue (no, not Bellevue the psych hospital, although there might be a connection that we don't know about). This city is mainly a beach community, but there is a pretty sizable downtown area with lots of businesses.

Find the Home of Your Dreams in Myrtle Grove

Then lock yourself inside to keep nosy neighbors from getting to know you (just kidding).

If you're looking to move to Myrtle Grove, there a few things you should know. One is that there are a ton of properties here for sale and for rent. Two, most of them are well within market price. Apartments in the area are plentiful, and they range from studio apartments to two- and three-bedroom duplexes for rent. There are always move-in specials going on, so it's best to get in the door around spring or summer when rental property is most available.

What You Need

Most apartment complexes ask for two to three months' rent up front for the more high end properties, or one and a half months' rent up front to move in. To be safe, you should always have with you enough money to cover first and last months' rent. Other things you might want to have on hand when looking for rental apts here are: the application fee (which ranges depending on the complex), deposit, bank statements, work reference letters, personal reference letters and contact details and reference from your last landlord.

Once you move into the apartment of your choice, you need to think about transportation. Some locations are near bus routes, but many neighbors despise buses, so they'd rather not have them around. If you live in one of these neighborhoods, then the only way to get around is by driving, walking or biking.

Find the Home of Your Dreams in Myrtle Grove
+

Then lock yourself inside to keep nosy neighbors from getting to know you (just kidding).

If you're looking to move to Myrtle Grove, there a few things you should know. One is that there are a ton of properties here for sale and for rent. Two, most of them are well within market price. Apartments in the area are plentiful, and they range from studio apartments to two- and three-bedroom duplexes for rent. There are always move-in specials going on, so it's best to get in the door around spring or summer when rental property is most available.

What You Need

Most apartment complexes ask for two to three months' rent up front for the more high end properties, or one and a half months' rent up front to move in. To be safe, you should always have with you enough money to cover first and last months' rent. Other things you might want to have on hand when looking for rental apts here are: the application fee (which ranges depending on the complex), deposit, bank statements, work reference letters, personal reference letters and contact details and reference from your last landlord.

Once you move into the apartment of your choice, you need to think about transportation. Some locations are near bus routes, but many neighbors despise buses, so they'd rather not have them around. If you live in one of these neighborhoods, then the only way to get around is by driving, walking or biking.

Notable Neighbor(hoods)

Technically, Myrtle Grove doesn't have any neighborhoods located within it -- although some maps might tell you otherwise. There are a few notable neighborhoods near Myrtle Grove, which happen to be quite popular: Washington, Bellevue and West Pensacola.

Washington: Washington is located south of Myrtle Grove near the Pensacola Bay. Obviously, this city offers a way better view than Myrtle Grove, so why aren't you here? Residents in this area enjoy golfing at the Pensacola Country Club and a bit of shopping at the Navy Point Shopping Center.

West Pensacola: West Pensacola is loaded with freeways. If you're a car enthusiast, this might be your dream come true. A few major thruways in the area include the 90, 727 and the 295. While you're here, learn a little history at the Seminole Trail or Cherokee Trail, both are located near the Municipal Golf Course.

Bellevue: Lastly, to the north, we have Bellevue, a town named after the notorious psychiatric hospital in Manhattan, New York (or is that the other way around? We don't really know, but we aren't going to Bellevue to find out). What we do know is that Bellevue consists of the Blue Angel Parkway, Interstate 90 and the Saufley Field Airport, located by 28 West. Residents in this area enjoy fishing off West Shore Drive at Crescent Lake. The funny thing is that you always see mental asylum escapees fishing in movies; coincidence? We sure hope so.

Notable Neighbor(hoods)
+

Technically, Myrtle Grove doesn't have any neighborhoods located within it -- although some maps might tell you otherwise. There are a few notable neighborhoods near Myrtle Grove, which happen to be quite popular: Washington, Bellevue and West Pensacola.

Washington: Washington is located south of Myrtle Grove near the Pensacola Bay. Obviously, this city offers a way better view than Myrtle Grove, so why aren't you here? Residents in this area enjoy golfing at the Pensacola Country Club and a bit of shopping at the Navy Point Shopping Center.

West Pensacola: West Pensacola is loaded with freeways. If you're a car enthusiast, this might be your dream come true. A few major thruways in the area include the 90, 727 and the 295. While you're here, learn a little history at the Seminole Trail or Cherokee Trail, both are located near the Municipal Golf Course.

Bellevue: Lastly, to the north, we have Bellevue, a town named after the notorious psychiatric hospital in Manhattan, New York (or is that the other way around? We don't really know, but we aren't going to Bellevue to find out). What we do know is that Bellevue consists of the Blue Angel Parkway, Interstate 90 and the Saufley Field Airport, located by 28 West. Residents in this area enjoy fishing off West Shore Drive at Crescent Lake. The funny thing is that you always see mental asylum escapees fishing in movies; coincidence? We sure hope so.

Myrtle Grove: The City Where Everything is Really Close

Getting around Town

Getting around the city is really easy. Most people like to walk, after all it is a pretty walkable town; however, if you're one of those bicycle enthusiasts, you might find Myrtle Grove to be a little upsetting. There aren't any biking trails running through the city, but there is one single trail in South Pensacola and a pretty tiny area called the Belt Biking Trail. This trail is located in a park near Chelsea Street and 65th Avenue. Other than that, it's best to drive or catch a bus here.

If you hate walking and despise biking, then public transit might be the thing you're after. Lucky for you, there is a bus route that runs through the area, but there aren't many runs. The transit system that services the area is Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT). To be honest, there aren't many stops in the area either. To find these hidden bus stops, consult the Escambia County Area Transit website or a local Medium.

TMI or Just Enough

One thing you need to know about Myrtle Grove and its surrounding cities is that there are too many lakes and a large number of golf courses. If you're into golf, this would be your dream, if not, well maybe you could take up fishing? Now you may be thinking, with all of these golf courses, the area is overly preppy (or that you might spot Carlton Banks somewhere on the greens), but the truth is that this is a pretty mellow area. Most neighboring residents come here to max and relax. If you are into golf, then Perdido Bay Golf Course or Lost Key Golf Club should be on the top of your list.

Close Proximity to Airports

Myrtle Grove is sandwiched between two airports, Saufley Field North and Pensacola International Airport. Its close proximity to the airports is great if you have a lot of out-of-town relatives (or you want to get away from live-in relatives). Whatever the reason it is, the airports are there to whisk you away when you need!

Plenty of Shopping for Everyone and Their Mothers

Myrtle Grove has two notable shopping centers, Mariner Mall and Walmart. However, locals usually travel outside of the area to Cory Field Shopping Mart or Warrington Shopping Center.

Check out the Parks

Two parks that residents frequent often are Meadow Brook Park and Myrtle Grove Park. These parks have all of the amenities you would expect, such as grass, trees, air and walking trails, making for a great day out in the Florida sunshine.

Hungry?

Hip Pocket Deli brings old school atmosphere together with burgers, sandwiches and calzones. Have yourself a Philly Cheesesteak sub or try something a little different and get the Greek gyro pita pocket sandwich. With so many choices, you'll be here every day to try each one! For some Chinese cuisine, head over to Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant and try out the regular dishes like egg drop soup, or try something new like the san shien soup. For some seafood goodness, get yourself over to Chet's Catering & Seafood. Chet's is your secret hole-in-the-wall joint that will amaze you with its mullet and grits dishes.

Myrtle Grove: The City Where Everything is Really Close
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Getting around Town

Getting around the city is really easy. Most people like to walk, after all it is a pretty walkable town; however, if you're one of those bicycle enthusiasts, you might find Myrtle Grove to be a little upsetting. There aren't any biking trails running through the city, but there is one single trail in South Pensacola and a pretty tiny area called the Belt Biking Trail. This trail is located in a park near Chelsea Street and 65th Avenue. Other than that, it's best to drive or catch a bus here.

If you hate walking and despise biking, then public transit might be the thing you're after. Lucky for you, there is a bus route that runs through the area, but there aren't many runs. The transit system that services the area is Escambia County Area Transit (ECAT). To be honest, there aren't many stops in the area either. To find these hidden bus stops, consult the Escambia County Area Transit website or a local Medium.

TMI or Just Enough

One thing you need to know about Myrtle Grove and its surrounding cities is that there are too many lakes and a large number of golf courses. If you're into golf, this would be your dream, if not, well maybe you could take up fishing? Now you may be thinking, with all of these golf courses, the area is overly preppy (or that you might spot Carlton Banks somewhere on the greens), but the truth is that this is a pretty mellow area. Most neighboring residents come here to max and relax. If you are into golf, then Perdido Bay Golf Course or Lost Key Golf Club should be on the top of your list.

Close Proximity to Airports

Myrtle Grove is sandwiched between two airports, Saufley Field North and Pensacola International Airport. Its close proximity to the airports is great if you have a lot of out-of-town relatives (or you want to get away from live-in relatives). Whatever the reason it is, the airports are there to whisk you away when you need!

Plenty of Shopping for Everyone and Their Mothers

Myrtle Grove has two notable shopping centers, Mariner Mall and Walmart. However, locals usually travel outside of the area to Cory Field Shopping Mart or Warrington Shopping Center.

Check out the Parks

Two parks that residents frequent often are Meadow Brook Park and Myrtle Grove Park. These parks have all of the amenities you would expect, such as grass, trees, air and walking trails, making for a great day out in the Florida sunshine.

Hungry?

Hip Pocket Deli brings old school atmosphere together with burgers, sandwiches and calzones. Have yourself a Philly Cheesesteak sub or try something a little different and get the Greek gyro pita pocket sandwich. With so many choices, you'll be here every day to try each one! For some Chinese cuisine, head over to Hong Kong Chinese Restaurant and try out the regular dishes like egg drop soup, or try something new like the san shien soup. For some seafood goodness, get yourself over to Chet's Catering & Seafood. Chet's is your secret hole-in-the-wall joint that will amaze you with its mullet and grits dishes.