Milkhouse Apartments for Rent
Milkhouse is an affluent neighborhood within minutes from the attractions of Mobile. Newer, custom built houses on sprawling, manicured lawns were built from 1980-1999. Other housing options include spacious rental homes, townhouses, and apartments with modern amenities and carefree maintenance. The neighborhood was designed for suburban living with a hometown feel of open spaces.
Public and private schools are within walking distance. Cottage Hill Park is located near the neighborhood boundaries, where family-friendly activities include picnicking, team sports, and tennis. Walking trails allow for a stroll in the park. Providence Hospital provides residents with an established community healthcare facility.
Residents of Milkhouse are close to Mobile’s revitalized downtown area. Motorists are near Highway 10 for a drive into Mobile. The WAVE public transit system has buses for residents and visitors. The neighborhood has easy access to the Mobile Regional Airport, where flight destinations include most major cities in the United States.
Milkhouse is close to the Church Street East Historic District, which was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. Visitors may explore the district, which begins at the City Hall on South Royal Street. 83 historic buildings cover 1,403 acres and date back to the 1820s. Architectural styles include Federal, Greek revival, and Italianate.
The Conde-Charlotte Museum house was built in 1850, and contains furnishings reflecting French, British, Spanish, and American rule. Guides provide an entertaining tour, using museum artifacts.
The 37,000-acre Pascagoula River Wildlife Management Area (Parker Lake) is located west of the neighborhood. The area contains the Pascagoula River, creeks, bayous, and lakes. Parker Lake is an angler’s favorite location for a variety of sport fish, including largemouth bass, catfish, bluegill, and crappie. Nature enthusiasts can expect sightings of birds, deer, and other wild animals. Kayaking is another way to explore the lake.