Rent to Own Homes near Millbrook, AL

  • Millbrook, Alabama, is located just 10 miles north of the state's capital, Montgomery. It's curiously located in two separate counties, Autauga and Elmore. The town's roots began forming in the 1700s, in an area famous for grand plantations, but it wasn't officially incorporated until 1977. Today, the total population in Millbrook was around 14,734 people. The city has plenty to keep its residents busy, but Montgomery and other large cities are also easily accessible via Interstate 65.

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Top 5 Reasons to Live in Millbrook, AL

  • Tons of outdoor activities! If you love the peace and quiet of the great outdoors, Millbrook is the place to go. Golfers will enjoy a round of 18 holes at The Pines golf course. There are also numerous parks in the area, including Robinson Springs, which has an underground spring and fountain. You can rent a pavilion at Legacy Park and Village Green, both of which feature walking trails and recreational areas. Village Green also has a covered stage, gazebo, and open outdoor area for community fairs, concerts, and private events.
  • Get back to nature! Millbrook is also home to the Alabama Wildlife Federation's headquarters, named Lanark. This conservation organization is located on over 300 acres of estate. Lanark offers rentals for weddings and other events, tours of the antebellum home located on property, and an enclosed formal garden--all in a beautiful setting. Millbrook also has two rivers, the Coosa and the Alabama, bordering the eastern side of the city. Folks in town love fishing, kayaking, and canoeing here.
  • Affordable rental options! If you're looking for a rental home, Millbrook has plenty available for an affordable price. Most three-bedroom houses in the area run between $900 and $1,200 per month. You can also find an apartment at the Crossings of Millbrook Apartment complex. If you'd prefer to be near water, look for a rent to own home on River Farms Lane.
  • Tons of homes for sale near shopping and dining! Millbrook has a bustling economy with plenty of shopping and dining options. Homes in the area are affordable, too. A three-bedroom, two-bathroom house can easily be found for under $125,000. Look for one near Cobbs Ford Road or Main Street to be near local shops and restaurants.
  • Shopping and dining galore! There are tons of shops and eateries in Millbrook. The Studio is a charming boutique offering home furnishings, women's apparel and more. When you're done shopping, head to The Catfish House, one of the highest ranked restaurants in town, according to TripAdvisor. This place has a huge menu full of seafood and other options, but it's best known for catfish, of course.