Scattered Oaks Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Located near the Oak Hollow subdivision, the Scattered Oaks neighborhood is well situated between Thousand Oaks Drive and Jones Maltsberger Road.
The Scattered Oaks community has an upper middle-class, eclectic group of estate-type mansions. Spanish-style and southwestern architecture are gorgeous with stucco, arched entryways, retaining walls and high red roofs. Many of these estate homes have five to six bedrooms, garden patios and tree-laden, sprawling lawns that are more expansive than an average yard. Open, covered garages that are a part of the under-structure of the resident dwelling are unusual and appealing. These residences are grand, stately and magnificent.
North of this subdivision is Mud Creek Park. Trail lovers like this area. Hikers, bikers and walkers enjoy the natural trails and wildlife in this popular park. Amateur photography is also a fashionable outdoor activity here. With six city parks of various types in the local vicinity, there is an outdoor activity that everyone will enjoy. Touch football and disc golf courses are well liked.
Golf enthusiasts enjoy Northern Hills Country Club. This private, members-only golf course is a favorite of the local elite. Another preferred attraction is the Ice and Golf Center at Northwoods. Winter ice skating and holiday decorations are always loved by residents.
Educational opportunities in the Scattered Oaks vicinity range from preschools, public and private schools and schools of higher learning. Religious schools offer private education while Laurel Ridge School offers distance learning for high school students.
Troy University is in this vicinity. The Troy Trojans play basketball for college sports fans. This prestigious college also has a AIAW State Champion Women’s Track and Field Team.
The Scattered Oaks neighborhood is convenient to the Charles W. Anderson Loop, or Highway 1604.