1,346 apartments for rent in Huntsville, AL

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6620 Old Madison Pike NW, Huntsville, AL 35806
$654 - $924 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 801-4313

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1060 Chaney Place Dr, Huntsville, AL 35803
$1,000 - $1,250 | 2 - 3 Beds

(256) 801-4307

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6300 Rime Village Dr, Huntsville, AL 35806
Call for Rent | 1 - 3 Beds

(256) 763-7024

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1503 Sparkman Dr, Huntsville, AL 35816
$475 - $610 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 801-4266

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3101 Thurman Rd, Huntsville, AL 35805
$499 - $659 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 801-7345

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4611 Governors House Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35805
$500 - $1,110 | 1 - 3 Beds

(256) 263-4939

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4751 Governors House Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35805
$1,037 | 1 Bed

(256) 801-4288

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8003 SW Benaroya Ln, Huntsville, AL 35802
$456 - $674 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 929-6024

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224 Royal Pines Dr, Huntsville, AL 35806
$659 - $819 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 801-4302

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201 Quality Cir NW, Huntsville, AL 35806
$799 - $950 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 517-7913

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1580 Sparkman Dr NW, Huntsville, AL 35816
$350 - $625 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 801-4282

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6302 Robin Hood Ln, Huntsville, AL 35806
$600 - $725 | 1 - 3 Beds

(256) 801-4974

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4405 Judith Ln, Huntsville, AL 35805
$395 - $650 | 1 - 3 Beds

(256) 801-4944

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2516 12th St SW, Huntsville, AL 35805
Call for Rent | 1 - 3 Beds

(256) 801-4210

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2211 Country Club Ave NW, Huntsville, AL 35816
$451 - $496 | Studio - 1 Bed

(256) 517-7986

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1500 Sparkman Dr, Huntsville, AL 35816
$509 - $679 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 801-4989

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6315 Madison Pike NW, Huntsville, AL 35806
$604 - $934 | 1 - 3 Beds

(256) 801-4956

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1 Old Fairway Rd, Huntsville, AL 35806
$800 - $1,202 | 1 - 3 Beds

(256) 801-7100

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3015 Autumn Wood Dr NW, Huntsville, AL 35816
$450 - $600 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 517-7943

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3636 Chasewood Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35805
$405 - $535 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 801-4994

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110 Washington St NE, Huntsville, AL 35801
$900 - $1,900 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 517-7901

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2100 Thicket Pl SE, Huntsville, AL 35802
$685 - $800 | 1 - 3 Beds

(256) 801-4978

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6405 Old Madison Pike NW, Huntsville, AL 35806
$460 - $495 | Studio - 2 Beds

(256) 801-4294

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2999 SW Woodway Dr, Huntsville, AL 35805
$415 - $599 | 1 - 2 Beds

(256) 801-4209

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3009 Vanderbilt Dr SW, Huntsville, AL 35801
$675 - $750 | 1 - 2 Beds

(205) 558-9048

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Huntsville, AL Apartments for Rent

Enjoy the visions of beauty in Huntsville, Alabama. Set in the heart of the Tennessee River Valley, Huntsville overflows with natural beauty and outdoor fun. There are mountains and rivers to explore and activities for kids of all ages.

Huntsville is considered one of the region’s best places to live – and a highly educated one. Huntsville has more PhDs per capita than anywhere else! Considered the “high-tech capital of the south,” Huntsville is home to NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and the US Army Aviation and Missile Command.

The options for fun are endless! History, art, food – no matter what you enjoy, you’ll find it in Huntsville. The perfect fit is right here, in a Huntsville apartment. Once you’ve lived in Huntsville, you’ll never want to leave.

Huntsville was once a tiny community that was barely on the map. But with whopping growth, advancements made to its infrastructure, and the high-tech and defense companies in Cummings Research Park, the population in Huntsville is booming!

Things to Do in Huntsville:

One of the best places to go to in Huntsville is the Huntsville Botanical Garden. Waltz through the gardens and enjoy the natural beauty and riot of colors that surround you! The facility is well-kept and the staff is friendly and helpful.

Now that you’ve experienced the earthly beauty of gardens filled with flowers, try a different out-of-this-world experience at the US Space and Rocket Center. Containing one of the world’s largest collections of rockets and space memorabilia, not to mention a variety of special exhibits, simulators, a Space Shop, space camps, and an on-site restaurant (the Mars Grill), the Center is fun for the entire family! While many cities have their hidden gems, Huntsville has more than its fair share.

The Monte Sano State Park is beautiful and free! It is a must-see after selecting your apartment in Huntsville. This park is a 2,140-acre park located on the top of Monte Sano Mountain. It includes campgrounds, scenic overlooks, a disc golf course, hiking and mountain biking trails, and picnic areas. The park also features the Monte San Lodge, a beautiful retreat ideal for weddings, reunions, and business retreats. Monte Sano means “Mountain of Health,” so recharge here!

A place you are sure to love is the Von Braun Center. This multi-purpose indoor arena hosts concerts, plays, sports events, and more. This vast arena seats 10,000 and includes several exhibit halls, a playhouse, and a concert hall. Sports lovers, this will be your favorite destination – the Von Braun Center is home to hockey’s UAH Chargers and the Huntsville Havoc. It is also home to the Alabama Hammers, an indoor football team.

While “cemetery” doesn’t typically make many must-visit lists, in Huntsville’s case, Maple Hill Cemetery is a beautiful exception. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this is Huntsville’s oldest and largest cemetery, covering almost 100 acres and containing more than 80,000 burials. The cemetery dates back to 1822, but the oldest marker belongs to Mary Frances Atwood, who died in 1820. The cemetery contains several prominent governors, US state senators, Confederate leaders, and other notable early residents of Huntsville.

Burritt on the Mountain is fantastic location that includes Dr. William Henry Burritt’s historic mansion, restored 19th-century homes, a historic park, a barnyard filled with animals, and so much more. This mountaintop museum was Huntsville’s first – Dr. Burritt willed his mansion and his 167 acres of property to the city in 1955. Today, it is a living history museum with features of a 19th century farm, including spinning and blacksmithing.

At the Kaffeeklatsch downtown, you are able to buy a pound of the freshest coffee around! It’s roasted on-site with a vintage 1929 Jabez Burns coffee roaster from New Orleans! Kaffeeklatsch opened in 1976 and is still a family business that is locally owned and operated. It is just one of Downtown Huntsville’s great destinations – this pedestrian-friendly area features a historic square, beautiful parks, great shops, restaurants, museums, and more along shady sidewalks.

What to Consider When Moving to Huntsville:

While no city is perfect, Huntsville sure does sparkle! There’s so much here you’ll constantly be discovering new places once you’ve moved to an apartment in Huntsville. Along with its great locations such as the Huntsville Museum of Art and Sciquest Science Museum, Huntsville is home to several colleges and universities, including the University of Alabama-Huntsville, Alabama A&M University, Faulkner University, Oakwood College, Calhoun Community College, and Columbia College.

If you want to feel close to outer space, then move to a Huntsville apartment. Technology, space, and defense industries have a major presence here. Places like NASA’S Marshall Space Flight Center, Cummings Research Park, and the Redstone Arsenal are wonders to those privileged to live here!

The Redstone Arsenal is a US Army post that is home to the US Army Materiel Command, the Missile Defense Agency, and the Army’s Aviation and Missile command. In addition to high-tech companies, Huntsville contains munitions factories and textile mills. Huntsville is the county seat of Madison County and is the fourth-largest city in the state.

Why Huntsville Apartments Are Hot:

Fortune 500 companies station themselves here – 57 of them, in fact! This means unemployment rates are low and the cost of living is easy. Along with its rich Southern hospitality and creative innovations, Huntsville is an exciting destination – and one of the best in the nation for businesses, according to Forbes magazine.

After moving to Huntsville, be sure to visit Cathedral Caverns State Park in Grant. It is one of the most beautiful natural wonders you will ever see! Closer to home, Huntsville features 57 parks, including Big Spring International Park in Downtown Huntsville. This park hosts a variety of festivals, including the Panoply Arts Festival. This annual festival is held at the end of April and includes performances, competitions, workshops, and demonstrations. The park is also the location of the Big Spring Jam, a three-day music festival that takes place in September.

Huntsville apartments are hot because this city cares about the fine arts and comes out to support them. See plays in theatres such as Theatre Huntsville and the Renaissance Theatre. You can buy a piece of art from the Huntsville Art League, Flying Monkey Arts Center, or Lowe Mill Arts and Entertainment. Huntsville is home to a variety of museums, art festivals and events, and more.

Why Huntsville?

  • The living history, shopping, and fun at Alabama Constitution Village.
  • Exploring the beautiful grounds at Burritt on the Mountain historic park.
  • Learning about space and technology at the US Space and Rocket Center.
  • Alabama A&M University and the University of Alabama at Huntsville.
  • Fun, art festivals, and musical events at Big Spring International Park.
  • Golf and country clubs, including the historic Huntsville Country Club.

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