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1 Unit Available
1128 CANDLEWOOD CIR
1128 Candlewood Circle
Ferry Pass, FL | Carrollwood
4 Bedrooms
$1,750
1850 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Beautiful home waiting for you with yard maintenance included in the rent! ***INTERIOR FEATURES: Beautiful Tile floors adorn the entry as well as most living spaces ~ Living Room has two sitting areas with a large picture window and propane
1 Unit Available
6361 PARAKEET TRL
6361 Parakeet Trl
Brent, FL | Robin's Ridge
4 Bedrooms
$1,700
2091 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Spacious northeast Pensacola 4 bedroom 3 bath home! This two-story home is located in the Estates at Robin's Ridge, a community established in 2008 in Northeast Pensacola off Burgess Rd.
1 Unit Available
601 E BURGESS RD
601 East Burgess Road
Ferry Pass, FL
2 Bedrooms
$950
1033 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
THIS CONDO HAS MANY EXTRAS INCLUDING A FIREPLACE. IT IS LOCATED CONVENIENTLY TO MALLS, MEDICAL, UWF AND I-10. There is a sparkling pool with deck area for relaxing and enjoying the beautiful Pensacola weather.
1 Unit Available
10163 GUIDY LN
10163 Guidy Lane
Ensley, FL
1 Bedroom
$995
785 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Beautiful renovated 1 bedroom 1 bath contemporary apartment. Unit features brand new paint, flooring and stainless steel appliances. Spacious living room, open kitchen w/bar and an oversized bedroom makes this a perfect layout.
1 Unit Available
6017 SANDERS ST
6017 Sanders Street
Ferry Pass, FL
3 Bedrooms
$1,100
1266 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Great Location, 3 bedroom 1 bath, 1 car carport, knotty pine walls in living room, washer dryer hookups off carport, lawn care included for the large fenced back yard, pear tree, fig trees, and pecan trees. Could be 4 bedroom or office.
1 Unit Available
6141 JASMINE RD
6141 Jasmine Road
Pensacola, FL | Belvedere Park
3 Bedrooms
$1,250
1680 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Remodeled open kitchen, ceramic tile floor's, large family room with a cozy tile fireplace and lots of built in's. Extra large master bedroom with walk in closet and remodeled private on suite. Great neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
8681 SCENIC HWY
8681 Scenic Highway
Ferry Pass, FL | Heritage Oaks First
4 Bedrooms
$3,200
3825 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Beautiful 4 bedroom 3 bath home with beautiful views of Pensacola Bay ready for move in. Home features include hardwood floors, roll-down hurricane shutters, metal fencing, screened back porch, and lots of storage space throughout.
1 Unit Available
412 BAY OAKS DR
412 Bay Oaks Drive
Escambia County, AL | Tarkiln Oaks Estates
4 Bedrooms
$1,950
1934 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Charming four bedroom home with a pool; right next to Helen Caro Elementary and Bailey Middle School! Come check out this spacious brick home located in West Pensacola.
1 Unit Available
2061 OLD CHEMSTRAND RD
2061 Old Chemstrand Road
Gonzalez, FL | Howard
1 Bedroom
$575
600 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Downstairs back unit, 1 bedroom 1 bath (shower only)water, garbage, lawn. Tenant must have own window units and refrigerator. Wall heat.
1 Unit Available
1300 E MALLORY ST
1300 East Mallory Street
Pensacola, FL
1 Bedroom
$1,200
700 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Adorable 1 bedroom apartment with separate entrance in a house in desirable East Hill. All utilities to be paid by landlord. Apartment is upstairs. Pets accepted on Owner's approval with a $250. non-refundable security deposit.
1 Unit Available
1116 HUNTSMAN CIR
1116 Huntsman Circle
Ferry Pass, FL | Fox Run
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1900 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
NO SMOKING ~ NO PETS ~NO EXCEPTIONS ~ Must HAVE A 620 or BETTER CREDIT SCORE ~ Foyer with Tile Floor ~ Great Room with Cathedral Beamed Ceiling, Brick Fireplace, Ceiling Fan, One Year Old Beige Plush Carpet ~ Formal Dining Room with French Door To
1 Unit Available
1625 REBECCA ST
1625 Rebecca Street
Ensley, FL
1 Bedroom
$600
512 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
quad. plex off 9 mile rd. water and garbage is furnished
1 Unit Available
8610 FIGLAND AVE
8610 Figland Avenue
Ensley, FL
2 Bedrooms
$825
765 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Unique 2 bed 1 bath duplex located in Northeast Pensacola! This duplex has NO shared walls, giving you more privacy! The units are connected by a shared carport. Each unit has one carport spot.
1 Unit Available
8370 CARL DEAN ST
8370 Carl Dean Street
Ferry Pass, FL
2 Bedrooms
$900
1092 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Second floor condo with 2 bedroom and 2 full bathrooms. Updated cabinets, counter tops, flooring and paint. Dining area with breakfast bar, inside laundry hook-ups and a private balcony.
1 Unit Available
3995 BONWAY DR
3995 Bonway Drive
Pensacola, FL | Belvedere Park
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1625 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
This attractive 3/2 has been remodeled. Large living room and dining room. New kitchen with granite counter tops, breakfast bar, and new stainless steel appliances. Hardwood floor in living room.
1 Unit Available
711 TUMBLEWEED TRL
711 Tumbleweed Trl
Ensley, FL | Fowler Place
Studio
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2 Bedrooms
$775
806 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
This is a 2 bedroom 1 bath downstairs unit with a fireplace, washer/dryer connections and central heat and air. Total electric. Garbage is included in rent. (Dumpster for garbage)
1 Unit Available
3783 OLIVE RD
3783 East Olive Road
Ferry Pass, FL
Studio
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2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1000 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
***All dog breeds considered*** Upstairs apartment total electric. Efficient kitchen contains refrigerator, stove/oven and dishwasher. Spacious living/dining area. Master bedroom has walk-in-closet.
1 Unit Available
4344 GRANDPOINTE PL
4344 Grandpointe Place
Ferry Pass, FL | Grandpointe
4 Bedrooms
$1,495
1690 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Light & bright! Freshly painted interior. Open floor plan. Great room with fireplace. Fully equipped kitchen with center island & pantry. Kitchen/dining combination. Master suite with trey ceiling, walk-in closet & double vanity.
1 Unit Available
8511 BELLE MEADOW BLVD
8511 Belle Meadow Boulevard
Ferry Pass, FL | Belle Meadow
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1620 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
LOCATED IN A BEAUTIFUL WOODED NEIGHBORHOOD IN DESIRABLE NORTHEAST PENSACOLA. BRIGHT AND OPEN 1 1/2 STORY FLOOR PLAN WITH DOWNSTAIRS MASTER SUITE,WHIRLPOOL AND WALK-IN CLOSET.
1 Unit Available
2042 HAMILTON CROSSING
2042 Hamilton Crossing Drive
Gonzalez, FL | Hamilton Crossing
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
2304 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Gorgeous Cantonment home with screened-in porch located close to 9 Mile Rd, I-10, and more! Over 2300 sqft of living space and a two-car garage. The open floorplan is perfect for entertaining or watching the kids from any of the living spaces.
1 Unit Available
1316 E JACKSON ST
1316 East Jackson Street
Pensacola, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,485
1144 sqft
Last updated January 25 at 05:15 AM
Charming historic 2 bedroom 1 bathroom brick home in the East Hill built-in 1930. This all-electric 2 bedrooms 1 bath home has over 1000 sqft of living space.
1 Unit Available
600 Scenic Highway, Unit 302
600 Scenic Highway
Pensacola, FL
1 Bedroom
Ask
2 Bedrooms
$1,075
966 sqft
Last updated January 24 at 11:29 AM
Pensacola Condo - Bay Winds - 2 Bedroom, 2 bathroom - Take a look at this Bay Wind Condominiums on historic Scenic Highway in Pensacola. This unit is located on the third floor and overlooked the beautiful Escambia Bay. Featuring 2 bedrooms and 1.
1 Unit Available
7150 Plantation Road Unit 413
7150 Plantation Road
Ferry Pass, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,000
914 sqft
Last updated January 24 at 11:29 AM
7150 Plantation Road Unit 413 Available 02/01/21 2 Bedrooms in the Heart of Pensacola - With easy access to Davis Hwy and I-10 and surrounded by lots of shopping, this 2 bedroom apartment is perfect for those looking to be in the middle of the
1 Unit Available
1516 Farragut Way
1516 Farragut Way
Ensley, FL
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1537 sqft
Last updated January 24 at 11:29 AM
New Townhouse with Garage - AVAILABLE NOW. Brand new townhouse conveniently located in northwest Pensacola. 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths with no wasted space. Fabulous open design that is perfect for entertaining and family gatherings.
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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.