Neighborhood Demographics and Costs of Living
Forest Hills is less expensive than surrounding suburban areas in Montgomery, such as North Central Montgomery. On average a household in Forest Hills spends $42.3K/year in total expenditures, compared to North Central Montgomery's $73.1K/year.
The neighborhood of North Montgomery is somewhat different from Forest Hills in terms of median age and household size, although comparable by percentage of households with children. In Forest Hills the median age is 22, while in North Montgomery it's 32. The average household size for the neighborhood is 2.36 people, and it's 2.63 people in North Montgomery. Of households in Forest Hills and North Montgomery, 37% and 32% have children, respectively.
At $47.6K, the average income level in Forest Hills is significantly higher than that of North Montgomery's, which stands at $37.8K.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
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Enjoy a new ethnic food or go gastronomical adventuring in Forest Hills with over a half dozen different restaurants in the area.
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Tienda Guerrero and Baptist Nutrition Education are just some of the grocery stores in Forest Hills. The stores are both conveniently located near each other on Atlanta Hwy.
Nearby School Information
Some of the schools near the apartments in Forest Hills are Lee High School, Goodwyn Junior High School and Flowers Elementary School. It's important to consult with local school district authorities near the apartments for rent you are in interested in to determine the exact schools your children may attend.
The only district in the neighborhood, Montgomery Public district has a total enrollment of 30,600 students and 1,900 teachers on staff, for a student teacher ratio of 16-to-1. There are 12 high schools, 13 middle schools and 34 elementary schools in the district.