Claremont Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Winding roads curve gracefully between large ranch and spacious contemporary homes in the Claremont neighborhood. Some areas are open and sunny, while others are heavily-shaded by the massive oaks this region is known for. Sidewalks encourage a walk Cottage Hill Park for a soccer game with the kids or a tennis date with friends.
Other neighborhood conveniences include several casual dining restaurants and a few fast-food establishments. The West Regional Branch of the Mobile Public Library and several pharmacies can be found along the boundary roads, which include Grelot Road, Knollwood Drive, Cottage Hill Road, and Hillcrest Road. The neighborhood lies in the 36609 zip code area.
Two of Mobile’s country clubs are sit within a couple of miles: the Country Club of Mobile, a private equity club, and Skyline Country Club, also private. The Azalea City Golf Club is a nearby public course.
A little over a mile north of Claremont is the University of South Alabama. USA has an enrollment of more than 14,000 students, and offers programs across many disciplines, with a strong emphasis on healthcare fields. Athletics are strong at USA, which has a great basketball program. The school has also produced several major league baseball players.
Spring Hill College is only a bit farther away, and while the school is quite small, it has an outstanding reputation. First, it is the oldest higher education facility in the state, dating to 1830. It is the third oldest Jesuit College in the U. S. In 1854 Paul Morphy, an alumnus, became the first international chess champion.
Mobile has a long history, and many sites become favorite haunts, especially Bellingrath Gardens, Oakleigh Historic Complex, and Bragg-Mitchell Mansion. The first Mardi Gras was held in Mobile in 1703, and is still the city’s largest festival, running for two weeks.