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211 W Longleaf Dr, Auburn, AL 36832
$395 - $515 | 2 - 3 Beds

(334) 539-5803

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2029 S College St, Auburn, AL 36832
Call for Rent | 1 - 3 Beds

(334) 246-2794

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319 Bragg Ave, Auburn, AL 36830
Call for Rent | 2 - 5 Beds

(334) 539-5733

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1322 N Dean Rd, Auburn, AL 36830
$805 - $1,010 | 1 - 3 Beds

(334) 246-2790

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300 E Longleaf Dr, Auburn, AL 36832
Call for Rent | 2 - 4 Beds

(334) 246-2831

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190 E University Dr, Auburn, AL 36832
$435 | Studio - 3 Beds

(334) 246-2796

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1131 S College St, Auburn, AL 36832
$415 - $825 | 1 - 4 Beds

(334) 521-1046

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626 Shug Jordan Pky, Auburn, AL 36832
$445 | 2 Beds

(334) 521-1005

1449 Richland Rd, Auburn, AL 36832
$625 - $900 | 1 - 3 Beds

(334) 539-5766

650 Dekalb St, Auburn, AL 36830
$499 - $1,250 | 1 - 5 Beds

(334) 246-2771

1355 Commerce Dr, Auburn, AL 36830
$585 - $735 | 2 - 3 Beds

(334) 246-2772

733 W Glenn Ave, Auburn, AL 36832
$829 - $1,214 | 1 - 3 Beds

(334) 246-5382

221 Armstrong St, Auburn, AL 36830
Call for Rent | 1 - 3 Beds

(334) 539-5769

The Social
721 Aspen Heights Ln, Auburn, AL 36830
Call for Rent | 2 - 4 Beds

(334) 521-4697

560 Perry St, Auburn, AL 36830
$330 - $505 | Studio - 3 Beds

(334) 246-2822

1309 Gatewood Dr, Auburn, AL 36830
$775 - $815 | 2 Beds

(334) 246-2809

700 W Magnolia Ave, Auburn, AL 36832
$585 - $835 | 1 - 2 Beds

(334) 521-1044

425 Opelika Rd, Auburn, AL 36830
$635 | 2 Beds
Savannah Sqaure
560 N Gay St, Auburn, AL 36830
$580 | 3 Beds
1255 S College St, Auburn, AL 36832
$440 - $465 | 3 - 4 Beds
4315 Golf Club Dr, Auburn, AL 36830
$725 - $950 | 2 Beds
141 Hemlock Dr, Auburn, AL 36832
$605 | 3 Beds
2260 E University Dr, Auburn, AL 36830
$675 - $855 | 1 - 3 Beds
319 Bragg Apartments
1000 N Donahue Dr, Auburn, AL 36832
$509 - $750 | 1 - 3 Beds
644 W Magnolia Ave, Auburn, AL 36832
$430 | Studio
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Auburn

Auburn, AL Apartments for Rent

“War… Eagle, fly down the field!
Ever to conquer, never to yield!
War … Eagle, fearless and true!
Fight on, you orange and blue!”

The first few lines of the Auburn University fight song tells you a lot about the city of Auburn – the fighting spirit, the strength, and the colors you’ll need to wear to every Auburn Tigers game. The song has an interesting legend behind it, dating back to 1892 and a football game between Auburn and the University of Georgia, a serious rival. According to legend, a Civil War soldier was at the game with his pet eagle – which he had supposedly found injured on the battlefield. The eagle got loose and soared over the football field just as Auburn was entering Georgia’s end zone. The crowd began to chant “War eagle!” After Auburn won the game, the eagle supposedly crashed and died, but its spirit is called whenever someone shouts, “War eagle!”

Auburn, a land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant university, is a public university that was established in 1856. It is the heart of Auburn, the quintessential College Town – with capital letters. And as a college town, you know what to expect: a pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly community complete with dedicated bike paths and lanes, a well-educated and youthful population, and a funky downtown filled with coffee shops, bookstores, boutiques, and restaurants.

But there’s even more to Auburn, Alabama than its charming downtown and terrific museums and theaters. Auburn offers a small-town way of life with big-city amenities and features. Here’s what you need to know about living in an Auburn apartment.

Things to Do in Auburn:

First, find your new favorite park – Chewacla State Park! This impressive park covers 696 acres and includes an impressive waterfall, stone cottages built in the 1930s, and Chewacla Lake. Activities in Chewacla State Park include camping (36 full-hookup sites and 15 primitive sites), fishing, mountain biking, hiking, swimming, and picnicking.

Nearby Tuskegee National Forest is also a terrific destination when you want to get away from it all.  This vast park covers 11,252 acres and contains campgrounds, four main hiking trails, mountain biking trails, horseback riding trails, two fishing ponds, a wildlife viewing area, and the Uchee Shooting Range.

If you prefer holding a nine-iron when you’re outdoors, you’ll love living near Indian Pines Golf Course, an 18-hole public golf course that once helped Auburn earn the title of “the best golf city in America” by Golf Digest. The course dates back to 1946. It was purchased by Auburn and neighboring Opelika in 1976 and it has operated as a municipal golf course since.

After finding your new apartment in Auburn, head to the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University and see the amazing Dale Chihuly chandelier, a 17’x7’ sculpture that weighs more than 1,000 pounds and is made up of 600 elaborate pieces of blown glass.

After touring the museum, head to neighboring Opelika to see the Opelika Northside Historic District, which is filled with beautiful Victorian homes, the Railroad Avenue Historic District, the Geneva Street Historic District, and the Salem-Shotwell Covered Bridge.

Be prepared – when you move to Auburn, you’ll be submerged in orange and blue! Learn where the Auburn Arena is – you’ll be spending time there, cheering on the Auburn Tigers! The stadium is fairly new, built in 2010, and it is home to the Tigers men’s and women’s basketball teams. While you’re at it, you’ll need to know where Jordan-Hare Stadium is – especially if you want to do any tailgating! This is where the Auburn Tigers football team plays, and it is one of the largest stadiums in the NCAA.

What to Consider When Moving to Auburn:

Even though Auburn is ideal for everyone from families to students to retirees, this is first and foremost a college town – be prepared to be surrounded by businesses that cater to the college crowd – pubs, music venues, bookstores, and funky boutiques.

But Auburn isn’t just a college town – it also has a strong economy based in high-tech manufacturing and research. Auburn contains four technology parks, one industrial park, and the Auburn University Research Park.

If you are moving with children to an Auburn apartment, you’ll be happy to know that Auburn’s public school system consistently ranks as one of the top in the nation. Auburn is home to several national Blue Ribbon schools, including the Early Education Center, which has specialized programs for autism education, and Wrights Mill Road Elementary School. Auburn High School was ranked as one of the top 30 best high schools in the US in 2006.

Why Auburn Apartments Are Hot:

With its strong economy based in engineering, high-tech manufacturing, education, and government, Auburn is a fantastic blend of old-fashioned Southern charm and the cutting-edge technology of the future. This terrific city is small enough that you’ll know your neighbors, but large enough that you’ll always have plenty to do. Auburn University is a huge draw, and you’ll soon be celebrating the Tigers’ victories along with the rest of the city. To top it all off, if you choose an apartment in Auburn, you’ll be living in one of the nation’s top school districts – from early childhood education all the way through to Auburn University. Just like the colors orange and blue, Auburn apartments are hot!

Why Auburn?

  • Top-rated Auburn University, one of the largest universities in the south.
  • Six golf courses, including the famous Grand National Golf Course.
  • Over a dozen beautiful parks, including 696-acre Chewacla State Park.
  • Many theaters and museums, such as the Jule Collins Museum of Fine Art.
  • Walkable, trendy downtown area with several shops, boutiques, and cafes.
  • A strong economy with four technology parks and several high-tech firms.

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