Miller Valley is a neighborhood of Milwaukee. In case you need to expand your search for a new pad, even more apartments are available for rent in the nearby neighborhoods of Jacobus Park and Story Hill.
Neighborhood Demographics and Costs of Living
Miller Valley is less expensive than other Milwaukee metro areas, such as Jacobus Park. On average a household in Miller Valley spends $26.7K/year in total expenditures, compared to Jacobus Park's $53.1K/year.
The neighborhoods of Miller Valley and Jacobus Park are similar to each other both in terms of the percentage of households that have children and the average household size. In Miller Valley, the percentage of households with children is 33% and the average household size is 2.16 people per household, and in Jacobus Park 31% of households have children and there are 1.89 people per household on average.
Eating, Drinking and Recreation Near the Apartments for Rent
With our apartment ratings and reviews, your next move doesn't have to be messy. Learn more about the Miller Valley neighborhood, including fun things to do and great places to eat on popular W Wisconsin Ave., one of the top-rated roads in town. Have a little fun finding your next place in Miller Valley with help from our apartment finder tool.
Miller Valley residents can enjoy dining out right in their own neighborhood with a couple restaurants nearby. Marcus Restaurants and Neptune Sandwiches represent a few of those dining options.
Take a look at the Yelp page to find even more places to eat and drink in Miller Valley.
Nearby School Information
The schools near the apartments in Miller Valley are Texas Bufkin Christian Academy, West Milwaukee Intermediate School and Story School. As a general rule, it is a good idea to consult with area school districts for the final word on what schools serve the apartments for rent you are most interested in.
The Woodlands district offers one elementary school and one middle school. In terms of student-teacher ratios and student-body size, Woodlands district trumps Milwaukee Public district with fewer students per teacher and a lower number of enrolled students. Woodlands district has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Milwaukee Public district.