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325 Apartments for rent in Madison, MS

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337 Mockingbird Lane
337 Mockingbird Lane
Madison, MS
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1495 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:46 AM
Lease and Move-in before December 24th and receive first FULL MONTH of RENT FREE! Must be a 12-month Lease or Longer. This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management.
1 Unit Available
464 PINE RIDGE DR
464 Pine Ridge Drive
Madison, MS
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1400 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with large, fenced backyard. Beamed, vaulted ceilings. Fireplace. Two car garage. Breakfast area. Split floor plan. Master suite has updated bath and double vanities. Pets negotiable.
1 Unit Available
14 PEPPERMILL DR
14 Peppermill Drive
Madison, MS
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1400 sqft
Last updated March 12 at 11:13 PM
3BR/2BA, tiled kitchen counters and back-splash, stainless appliances, gas stove and single basin sink which makes cleaning easier. Ceramic floors throughout.
Results within 1 mile of Madison
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8 Units Available
Legacy Apartments
761 Rice Rd
Ridgeland, MS
1 Bedroom
$1,294
853 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,381
1075 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,526
1389 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 07:41 AM
Just moments from the Ross Barnett Reservoir, Country Club of Jackson and dining along Lake Harbour Drive, this community offers gated access, hot tub, pool, and fitness center. Apartments feature hardwood flooring and granite countertops.
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35 Units Available
Arbors at Natchez Trace
715 Rice Rd
Ridgeland, MS
1 Bedroom
$1,143
875 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,191
1100 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:11 AM
Close to the Natchez Trace Parkway and just minutes from prime golfing, dining and shopping venues like the Northpark Mall. Lots of great amenities like outdoor pool, tennis courts, private patios/balconies and resident's clubhouse.
1 Unit Available
115 Shadow Hill Drive
115 Shadow Hill Drive
Madison County, MS
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1402 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:46 AM
MOVE IN READY. Newly renovated 3/2 home ready for a new tenant. Updated kitchen, stainless steel appliances, updated bathrooms, newer floors. smart lock and more. For showings please visit rently.com. For applications please go to www.cisionpm.com.
1 Unit Available
326 Brookwoods Drive
326 Brookwoods Drive
Ridgeland, MS
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1326 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:46 AM
Lease and Move-in before December 24th and receive first FULL MONTH of RENT FREE! Must be a 12-month Lease or Longer.
1 Unit Available
328 Brookwoods Drive
328 Brookwoods Drive
Ridgeland, MS
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1497 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:46 AM
Lease and Move-in before December 24th and receive first FULL MONTH of RENT FREE! Must be a 12-month Lease or Longer.
1 Unit Available
113 PROVIDENCE DR
113 Providence Drive
Madison County, MS
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1764 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:44 AM
Charming 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath home in the gated Providence Subdivision.
1 Unit Available
383 Red Eagle Cir
383 Red Eagle Circle
Ridgeland, MS
4 Bedrooms
$2,250
2440 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Spacious 4 bedroom - Property Id: 424406 Super Nice 4/2 in a quiet Ridgeland Neighborhood Very convenient to Renaissance and easy access to I-55.
1 Unit Available
108 Hidden Crest
108 Hidden Crest
Madison County, MS
3 Bedrooms
$1,375
1300 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Nice 3 Bedroom Home in Madison !!! - 3 Bed/ 2 Bath Covered Parking Fenced Backyard Central Heat and Air All appliances included NOT HUD APPROVED (RLNE6228004)
1 Unit Available
102 Beaver Run Court
102 Beaver Run Court
Ridgeland, MS
3 Bedrooms
$1,530
1332 sqft
Last updated April 16 at 11:08 AM
This home is professionally managed by Conrex Property Management. Check out this beautifully refreshed home today! Schedule a showing at your convenience with our self-showing feature.
Results within 5 miles of Madison
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13 Units Available
Van Mark
6811 Old Canton Rd
Ridgeland, MS
1 Bedroom
$870
980 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,087
1367 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
Within walking distances of dining and entertainment options. Apartments feature custom bookcase cabinetry, plush carpeting, and wood-burning fireplaces. Large walk-in closets. Private balconies and patios. Open floor plans.
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2 Units Available
Bristol Park
791 W County Line Rd
Jackson, MS
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,035
1344 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:48 AM
This property is managed by Beztak, 2020 recipient of the US Best Managed Companies, sponsored by Deloitte Private and The Wall Street Journal.
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1 Unit Available
Highland Park Apartments
492 E Beasley Rd
Jackson, MS
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$910
1093 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 01:48 AM
Experience Highland Park Apartments Enjoy living the good life at Highland Park Apartments! Located in Jackson, our spacious one, two, and three bedroom apartments were designed with the resident lifestyle in mind.
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4 Units Available
Trails at Northpointe
600 Northpointe Pkwy
Jackson, MS
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$730
948 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
This property is managed by Beztak, 2020 recipient of the US Best Managed Companies, sponsored by Deloitte Private and The Wall Street Journal.
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13 Units Available
Pinebrook Apartments
109 Pine Knoll Dr
Ridgeland, MS
1 Bedroom
$820
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
This property is managed by Beztak, 2020 recipient of the US Best Managed Companies, sponsored by Deloitte Private and The Wall Street Journal.
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6 Units Available
Ridgeland Place
879 William Blvd
Ridgeland, MS
1 Bedroom
$940
1021 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,097
1085 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,214
1214 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
Exceptional living in a unique suburban setting–Welcome to Ridgeland Place Apartment Homes! We offer renovated one, two, and three-bedroom apartments in Ridgeland, MS just a couple of miles north of Jackson.
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8 Units Available
Hampton House Apartments
601 Northpointe Pkwy
Jackson, MS
1 Bedroom
$728
780 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$873
1040 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,051
1385 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
Surrounded by a diversity of shopping, dining and entertainment options, Hampton House Apartments offer a lifestyle both unique and serene. Each home offers all the amenities needed to enjoy the comforts of life.
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16 Units Available
Tracewood Apartments
6300 Old Canton Rd
Jackson, MS
1 Bedroom
$679
800 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$745
977 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$990
1250 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
The lifestyle here at Tracewood Apartments appeals to people who expect exceptional quality, gracious hospitality and convenience. Contact us today to reserve your new apartment …we are ready to welcome you home!
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2 Units Available
Reserve of Jackson
2501 River Oaks Blvd
Jackson, MS
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$980
1200 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 30 at 05:32 AM
Quiet Northpointe location near Pearl River and the Country Club of Jackson. Spacious units with hardwood flooring, fireplaces, private patios/balconies, and washer and dryer hookups.
Verified
3 Units Available
Lakeshore Pointe
111 Lakeshore Dr
Brandon, MS
1 Bedroom
$1,262
700 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,317
998 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 2 at 08:03 AM
Lakefront living on the Reservoir in Brandon. Many outdoor opportunities including kayak racks, walking trails, horseshoe and bocce courts, and a boat dock/fishing pier. Semi-private entries.
Verified
4 Units Available
The Gables
880 William Blvd
Ridgeland, MS
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,201
970 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,362
1255 sqft
Last updated December 2 at 07:43 AM
Nice location just across from the Ross R. Barnett Reservoir and close to shopping and dining. Units featuring well-equipped kitchens, open floorplans and walk-in closets.
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2 Units Available
The Crossings at Ridgewood
5880 Ridgewood Rd
Jackson, MS
1 Bedroom
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6 Bedrooms
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8 Bedrooms
$840
1000 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:44 AM
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City Guide

Madison
The McKay clapboard farmhouse in Madison, MS was called "The Strawberry Patch". During the late 19th century. Dr. H.E. McKay was the Strawberry King in 1870 because he and his brother grew acres of strawberries and shipped them north by rail. (Historic Sites Survey, 9/3/85)
The McKay clapboard farmhouse in Madison, MS was called "The Strawberry Patch". During the late 19th century. Dr. H.E. McKay was the Strawberry King in 1870 because he and his brother grew acres of strawberries and shipped them north by rail. (Historic Sites Survey, 9/3/85)

Madison, Mississippi may not be the "Strawberry Patch of the World" anymore, but it still hosts the annual "Fit for Agriculture Half Marathon & 10K Run/Walk." That's about as close as it gets. The city of 24,149 people is really more of a suburb of the Jackson, metropolitan area. Shhh don't tell the proud city fathers and mothers. Founded in 1856, you can see that this town has not grown much over the last fifteen decades, but the residents seem quite content with this snail's-pace growth rate. The city residents make their own entertainment by taking classes at the Madison Square Center for the Arts or walking around The Simmons Arboretum. One of city's unusual features is that it has architectural controls in place, so ordinary structures like the Municipal Court Building, Walgreen's and the Shell Station are visions of grandeur with Corinthian pilasters, Italianate-curved parapets and copper cupolas. We all make our own little kingdoms, don't we?

Moving to Madison

Relocating to Madison is easy because it's snuggled up against I-55 and is less than 20 miles from I-20. It's almost, not quite, a crossroads city. Professional movers are happy when they can stay on main highways for most of the trip because it's so much faster and cheaper for you. If you want to live in Madison, you need to start looking a couple of months in advance. A good idea is to use an online property locator website or contact a professional rental locator professional. Madison is small and many residents live elsewhere, like Ridgeland or Jackson. The move-in date may not coincide with unit availability without some serious advance planning.

The good news is that there are some very nice city apartments for rent in the general vicinity. There is also a choice of lease terms ranging from three to 14 months. The longer the lease, in some cases, the lower the monthly rent. Before signing the lease, be sure to ask some pertinent (not impertinent) questions. You need to know which utilities are included in the monthly rent and how you get your security deposit returned should you need to move.

Moving to Madison
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Relocating to Madison is easy because it's snuggled up against I-55 and is less than 20 miles from I-20. It's almost, not quite, a crossroads city. Professional movers are happy when they can stay on main highways for most of the trip because it's so much faster and cheaper for you. If you want to live in Madison, you need to start looking a couple of months in advance. A good idea is to use an online property locator website or contact a professional rental locator professional. Madison is small and many residents live elsewhere, like Ridgeland or Jackson. The move-in date may not coincide with unit availability without some serious advance planning.

The good news is that there are some very nice city apartments for rent in the general vicinity. There is also a choice of lease terms ranging from three to 14 months. The longer the lease, in some cases, the lower the monthly rent. Before signing the lease, be sure to ask some pertinent (not impertinent) questions. You need to know which utilities are included in the monthly rent and how you get your security deposit returned should you need to move.

Neighborhoods in Madison

Highway 51 divides Madison in half. The east side is bordered by a section of the Natchez Trace Parkway, and beyond that is the Ross Barnett Reservoir. West of Highway 51 is a section of Interstate 55. The closer to the water, the pricier the rentals. No surprise there!

Hartford: This is a newer development with a 15-acre nature preserve that is located outside the city. It is a possible spot for renting a newer house, if you like the "new house" smell.

City Center: The city center includes Main Street running into Madison Parkway. This area is convenient because it lies between I-55 and Highway 51. Surrounded by so many major roads, it's easy to get in and around, and just as easy to escape. The Tulane University Madison Campus is in the southeast corner of this area, so studio apartments for rent are easy to find.

Natchez Trace Parkway_: _The Natchez Trace Parkway runs along the edge of the Ross Barnett Reservoir, forming one side of a neighborhood. There are high-end homes and premier apartments in between the reservoir and Highway 51. It has Old World charm, a wildlife sanctuary, walking trails and more! My, myliving can be nice in Madison.

Reunion Parkway: The neighborhood development has two lakes for fishing and skiing, walking trails, a beach area and a Golf and Country Club. Horse lovers are found at the Equestrian Center with its boarding stables and show arena. You can rent an apartment for yourself and a stall for your horse!

Gluckstadt: West of I-55 is an area bordered in the north by Gluckstadt Road. Take the road east and you cruise past several small bodies of water like Stribling Lake. In the surrounding area are complexes renting one- and two-bedroom apartments.

Mannsfield Road: South of Gluckstadt Road is an area intersected by Mannsfield Road. Reunion Parkway connects with it as well. Go deep into the middle of this area and it's mostly houses. Stick with the main roads and you'll find an apartment complex to your liking.

Ridgeland: This is a city only 2.8 miles from Madison. It's listed here as a "neighborhood" because it's so close to Madison, it's practically in Madison. It also has many one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments for rent.

Neighborhoods in Madison
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Highway 51 divides Madison in half. The east side is bordered by a section of the Natchez Trace Parkway, and beyond that is the Ross Barnett Reservoir. West of Highway 51 is a section of Interstate 55. The closer to the water, the pricier the rentals. No surprise there!

Hartford: This is a newer development with a 15-acre nature preserve that is located outside the city. It is a possible spot for renting a newer house, if you like the "new house" smell.

City Center: The city center includes Main Street running into Madison Parkway. This area is convenient because it lies between I-55 and Highway 51. Surrounded by so many major roads, it's easy to get in and around, and just as easy to escape. The Tulane University Madison Campus is in the southeast corner of this area, so studio apartments for rent are easy to find.

Natchez Trace Parkway_: _The Natchez Trace Parkway runs along the edge of the Ross Barnett Reservoir, forming one side of a neighborhood. There are high-end homes and premier apartments in between the reservoir and Highway 51. It has Old World charm, a wildlife sanctuary, walking trails and more! My, myliving can be nice in Madison.

Reunion Parkway: The neighborhood development has two lakes for fishing and skiing, walking trails, a beach area and a Golf and Country Club. Horse lovers are found at the Equestrian Center with its boarding stables and show arena. You can rent an apartment for yourself and a stall for your horse!

Gluckstadt: West of I-55 is an area bordered in the north by Gluckstadt Road. Take the road east and you cruise past several small bodies of water like Stribling Lake. In the surrounding area are complexes renting one- and two-bedroom apartments.

Mannsfield Road: South of Gluckstadt Road is an area intersected by Mannsfield Road. Reunion Parkway connects with it as well. Go deep into the middle of this area and it's mostly houses. Stick with the main roads and you'll find an apartment complex to your liking.

Ridgeland: This is a city only 2.8 miles from Madison. It's listed here as a "neighborhood" because it's so close to Madison, it's practically in Madison. It also has many one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments for rent.

Fish are Jumping and Living is Good

This is the Deep South, and sitting outside while eating is mandatory. Restaurants are clustered in two areas: along Highway 51 near Madison Avenue and around Colony Crossing Way. You'll find Greek, Mexican, all-American restaurants dishing up blue-plate specials and local favorites like the Strawberry Cafe. There's music everywhere. Hang with the locals at Burgers & Blues, Hal & Mal's, Georgia Blue or any of the other clubs and restaurants and kickback for some tunes.

It's impossible to eat and listen to music 24 hours a day, so residents find other things to do. The Ross Barnett Reservoir has campgrounds, fishing, hunting, boating and swimming. The private Annandale Golf Club gets great reviews with its Jack Nicklaus designed golf course. Spending time on the historical Natchez Trace should be mandatory.

By the way, Jackson, Mississippi is a mere 15 miles away, and it's a lot bigger, with a population of 175,437. Wonder if this is the same Jackson that Johnny Cash sang about? No one seems to know, but it may be a good diversion when you're feeling "hotter than a pepper sprout." Oh, just go aheadlive a little!

Fish are Jumping and Living is Good
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This is the Deep South, and sitting outside while eating is mandatory. Restaurants are clustered in two areas: along Highway 51 near Madison Avenue and around Colony Crossing Way. You'll find Greek, Mexican, all-American restaurants dishing up blue-plate specials and local favorites like the Strawberry Cafe. There's music everywhere. Hang with the locals at Burgers & Blues, Hal & Mal's, Georgia Blue or any of the other clubs and restaurants and kickback for some tunes.

It's impossible to eat and listen to music 24 hours a day, so residents find other things to do. The Ross Barnett Reservoir has campgrounds, fishing, hunting, boating and swimming. The private Annandale Golf Club gets great reviews with its Jack Nicklaus designed golf course. Spending time on the historical Natchez Trace should be mandatory.

By the way, Jackson, Mississippi is a mere 15 miles away, and it's a lot bigger, with a population of 175,437. Wonder if this is the same Jackson that Johnny Cash sang about? No one seems to know, but it may be a good diversion when you're feeling "hotter than a pepper sprout." Oh, just go aheadlive a little!

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City Guide

Madison
The McKay clapboard farmhouse in Madison, MS was called "The Strawberry Patch". During the late 19th century. Dr. H.E. McKay was the Strawberry King in 1870 because he and his brother grew acres of strawberries and shipped them north by rail. (Historic Sites Survey, 9/3/85)
The McKay clapboard farmhouse in Madison, MS was called "The Strawberry Patch". During the late 19th century. Dr. H.E. McKay was the Strawberry King in 1870 because he and his brother grew acres of strawberries and shipped them north by rail. (Historic Sites Survey, 9/3/85)

Madison, Mississippi may not be the "Strawberry Patch of the World" anymore, but it still hosts the annual "Fit for Agriculture Half Marathon & 10K Run/Walk." That's about as close as it gets. The city of 24,149 people is really more of a suburb of the Jackson, metropolitan area. Shhh don't tell the proud city fathers and mothers. Founded in 1856, you can see that this town has not grown much over the last fifteen decades, but the residents seem quite content with this snail's-pace growth rate. The city residents make their own entertainment by taking classes at the Madison Square Center for the Arts or walking around The Simmons Arboretum. One of city's unusual features is that it has architectural controls in place, so ordinary structures like the Municipal Court Building, Walgreen's and the Shell Station are visions of grandeur with Corinthian pilasters, Italianate-curved parapets and copper cupolas. We all make our own little kingdoms, don't we?

Moving to Madison

Relocating to Madison is easy because it's snuggled up against I-55 and is less than 20 miles from I-20. It's almost, not quite, a crossroads city. Professional movers are happy when they can stay on main highways for most of the trip because it's so much faster and cheaper for you. If you want to live in Madison, you need to start looking a couple of months in advance. A good idea is to use an online property locator website or contact a professional rental locator professional. Madison is small and many residents live elsewhere, like Ridgeland or Jackson. The move-in date may not coincide with unit availability without some serious advance planning.

The good news is that there are some very nice city apartments for rent in the general vicinity. There is also a choice of lease terms ranging from three to 14 months. The longer the lease, in some cases, the lower the monthly rent. Before signing the lease, be sure to ask some pertinent (not impertinent) questions. You need to know which utilities are included in the monthly rent and how you get your security deposit returned should you need to move.

Moving to Madison
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Relocating to Madison is easy because it's snuggled up against I-55 and is less than 20 miles from I-20. It's almost, not quite, a crossroads city. Professional movers are happy when they can stay on main highways for most of the trip because it's so much faster and cheaper for you. If you want to live in Madison, you need to start looking a couple of months in advance. A good idea is to use an online property locator website or contact a professional rental locator professional. Madison is small and many residents live elsewhere, like Ridgeland or Jackson. The move-in date may not coincide with unit availability without some serious advance planning.

The good news is that there are some very nice city apartments for rent in the general vicinity. There is also a choice of lease terms ranging from three to 14 months. The longer the lease, in some cases, the lower the monthly rent. Before signing the lease, be sure to ask some pertinent (not impertinent) questions. You need to know which utilities are included in the monthly rent and how you get your security deposit returned should you need to move.

Neighborhoods in Madison

Highway 51 divides Madison in half. The east side is bordered by a section of the Natchez Trace Parkway, and beyond that is the Ross Barnett Reservoir. West of Highway 51 is a section of Interstate 55. The closer to the water, the pricier the rentals. No surprise there!

Hartford: This is a newer development with a 15-acre nature preserve that is located outside the city. It is a possible spot for renting a newer house, if you like the "new house" smell.

City Center: The city center includes Main Street running into Madison Parkway. This area is convenient because it lies between I-55 and Highway 51. Surrounded by so many major roads, it's easy to get in and around, and just as easy to escape. The Tulane University Madison Campus is in the southeast corner of this area, so studio apartments for rent are easy to find.

Natchez Trace Parkway_: _The Natchez Trace Parkway runs along the edge of the Ross Barnett Reservoir, forming one side of a neighborhood. There are high-end homes and premier apartments in between the reservoir and Highway 51. It has Old World charm, a wildlife sanctuary, walking trails and more! My, myliving can be nice in Madison.

Reunion Parkway: The neighborhood development has two lakes for fishing and skiing, walking trails, a beach area and a Golf and Country Club. Horse lovers are found at the Equestrian Center with its boarding stables and show arena. You can rent an apartment for yourself and a stall for your horse!

Gluckstadt: West of I-55 is an area bordered in the north by Gluckstadt Road. Take the road east and you cruise past several small bodies of water like Stribling Lake. In the surrounding area are complexes renting one- and two-bedroom apartments.

Mannsfield Road: South of Gluckstadt Road is an area intersected by Mannsfield Road. Reunion Parkway connects with it as well. Go deep into the middle of this area and it's mostly houses. Stick with the main roads and you'll find an apartment complex to your liking.

Ridgeland: This is a city only 2.8 miles from Madison. It's listed here as a "neighborhood" because it's so close to Madison, it's practically in Madison. It also has many one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments for rent.

Neighborhoods in Madison
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Highway 51 divides Madison in half. The east side is bordered by a section of the Natchez Trace Parkway, and beyond that is the Ross Barnett Reservoir. West of Highway 51 is a section of Interstate 55. The closer to the water, the pricier the rentals. No surprise there!

Hartford: This is a newer development with a 15-acre nature preserve that is located outside the city. It is a possible spot for renting a newer house, if you like the "new house" smell.

City Center: The city center includes Main Street running into Madison Parkway. This area is convenient because it lies between I-55 and Highway 51. Surrounded by so many major roads, it's easy to get in and around, and just as easy to escape. The Tulane University Madison Campus is in the southeast corner of this area, so studio apartments for rent are easy to find.

Natchez Trace Parkway_: _The Natchez Trace Parkway runs along the edge of the Ross Barnett Reservoir, forming one side of a neighborhood. There are high-end homes and premier apartments in between the reservoir and Highway 51. It has Old World charm, a wildlife sanctuary, walking trails and more! My, myliving can be nice in Madison.

Reunion Parkway: The neighborhood development has two lakes for fishing and skiing, walking trails, a beach area and a Golf and Country Club. Horse lovers are found at the Equestrian Center with its boarding stables and show arena. You can rent an apartment for yourself and a stall for your horse!

Gluckstadt: West of I-55 is an area bordered in the north by Gluckstadt Road. Take the road east and you cruise past several small bodies of water like Stribling Lake. In the surrounding area are complexes renting one- and two-bedroom apartments.

Mannsfield Road: South of Gluckstadt Road is an area intersected by Mannsfield Road. Reunion Parkway connects with it as well. Go deep into the middle of this area and it's mostly houses. Stick with the main roads and you'll find an apartment complex to your liking.

Ridgeland: This is a city only 2.8 miles from Madison. It's listed here as a "neighborhood" because it's so close to Madison, it's practically in Madison. It also has many one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments for rent.

Fish are Jumping and Living is Good

This is the Deep South, and sitting outside while eating is mandatory. Restaurants are clustered in two areas: along Highway 51 near Madison Avenue and around Colony Crossing Way. You'll find Greek, Mexican, all-American restaurants dishing up blue-plate specials and local favorites like the Strawberry Cafe. There's music everywhere. Hang with the locals at Burgers & Blues, Hal & Mal's, Georgia Blue or any of the other clubs and restaurants and kickback for some tunes.

It's impossible to eat and listen to music 24 hours a day, so residents find other things to do. The Ross Barnett Reservoir has campgrounds, fishing, hunting, boating and swimming. The private Annandale Golf Club gets great reviews with its Jack Nicklaus designed golf course. Spending time on the historical Natchez Trace should be mandatory.

By the way, Jackson, Mississippi is a mere 15 miles away, and it's a lot bigger, with a population of 175,437. Wonder if this is the same Jackson that Johnny Cash sang about? No one seems to know, but it may be a good diversion when you're feeling "hotter than a pepper sprout." Oh, just go aheadlive a little!

Fish are Jumping and Living is Good
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This is the Deep South, and sitting outside while eating is mandatory. Restaurants are clustered in two areas: along Highway 51 near Madison Avenue and around Colony Crossing Way. You'll find Greek, Mexican, all-American restaurants dishing up blue-plate specials and local favorites like the Strawberry Cafe. There's music everywhere. Hang with the locals at Burgers & Blues, Hal & Mal's, Georgia Blue or any of the other clubs and restaurants and kickback for some tunes.

It's impossible to eat and listen to music 24 hours a day, so residents find other things to do. The Ross Barnett Reservoir has campgrounds, fishing, hunting, boating and swimming. The private Annandale Golf Club gets great reviews with its Jack Nicklaus designed golf course. Spending time on the historical Natchez Trace should be mandatory.

By the way, Jackson, Mississippi is a mere 15 miles away, and it's a lot bigger, with a population of 175,437. Wonder if this is the same Jackson that Johnny Cash sang about? No one seems to know, but it may be a good diversion when you're feeling "hotter than a pepper sprout." Oh, just go aheadlive a little!