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Belle Meadow Four Apartments for Rent

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Belle Meadow Four, Pensacola, Florida is a subdivision that is located in the northern section of Pensacola. There are only a handful of streets in this subdivision, Honeywood Drive, Glen Eden Drive, Bell Meadow Boulevard, and Westview Lane. Belle Meadow Four is a very secure area, with a low crime rate.

Belle Meadow Four is in close proximity to Highway 291 where residents have access to several shopping areas including strip malls and free-standing restaurants. This neighborhood is walker-friendly in spite of the fact that there are only a few sidewalks, but the roads are very wide and conducive to safe walking. Belle Meadow Four is also a pet-friendly subdivision, provided the neighborhood’s leash laws are followed.

Belle Meadow Four is a short distance from major roads Scenic Highway and Ferry Pass, where residents can find plenty of walking trails for those who enjoy being in the great outdoors. The neighborhood is also less than ten miles from the Scenic Hills Country Club, the only Florida golf course to have hosted a U.S. Open Championship.

Within five miles of this subdivision, there are numerous schools, both public and private. The private schools include Pensacola Seventh-Day Adventist Junior Academy for children in grades kindergarten to eighth grade, and Ferry Pass Elementary, which was constructed in the 1900s and serves kindergarten through fifth grade students. There is also Trinitas Christian School, which is a private school, as well. Public schools include Reinhart Holm Elementary School and Ensley Elementary School.

Nearly all of the properties in this subdivision are single-family with large trees for privacy and shade, and many have fenced-in yards. The subdivision has some attractive amenities available for residents.


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