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2419 Saint Stephens Rd, Mobile, AL 36617

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Amenity: Pet ParkPet Park

additional Features

Amenity: Heavy Car Traffic AreaHeavy Car Traffic Area
Amenity: On-site parkingOn-site parking
Amenity: Sidewalk Lined StreetsSidewalk Lined Streets
Amenity: Well lit streetsWell lit streets

About This Property

Oakwood Court Apartments - Mobile

Oakwood Court Apartments

Find your new home at Oakwood Court Apartments in Mobile, AL. The area is safe for both drivers and pedestrians because of the street lights in the area. The complex has a parking lot for residents, so don't worry about having to park on the street on a regular basis. Unfortunately, there can be heavy traffic in the area at times. Call property management to learn more about terms and availability for the apartments at 2419 Saint Stephens Rd in Mobile, AL.

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I would not live here. It is run down and filthy. Tenant said there used to be an office but not anymore. There is nothing appealing about it and no amenities.
October 04, 2018
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Living in Mobile, AL

Getting to Know Mobile, AL

Mobile is an active port with a diverse community and strong Southern heritage. Home to the country's oldest Mardi Gras celebration, Mobile's unique culture and architecture finds influence from French, Spanish, English, Native American and African customs and traditions. Located on the northern shore of Mobile Bay, the city is a short distance from the Gulf Coast.

The Best Neighborhoods in Mobile

Neighborhoods throughout Mobile are picturesque with that expected Southern appeal. You'll find many areas that are well-maintained with affordable housing.

  • Lower Dauphin Street: Placed on the National Register of Historic Places, Lower Dauphin Street isn't as small as it sounds. Covering 551 acres, if you're looking for an eclectic style, this neighborhood has it. You'll find architectural styles ranging from the early 1800's through the 20th century.
  • Georgia Avenue: Another historic part of Mobile, you'll find Georgia Avenue is the most walkable neighborhood in the city. It's also one of the best for bikes.
  • Downtown: Mobile's economic and cultural hub, the downtown area is all about activity. You'll find a mix of historic buildings, restaurants and bars along Dauphin Street that honor the past and welcome the future.
  • Pleasant Valley: A family-friendly neighborhood, Pleasant Valley is conveniently located to multiple colleges, shopping centers and activities.
  • Park Place: Located to the west of the more historic Mobile neighborhoods, Park Place is another family-friendly area. It often attracts people in their mid-thirties.
  • Mobile Terrace: An appealing spot for married couples, Mobile Terrace is a ways away from the water. However, it's close enough to Mobile Regional Airport to be a great spot for those who travel extensively.
  • Orange Grove: With Mobile Bay only a short distance away, Orange Grove is an up-and-coming community. It's one of the most popular to call home within the city.
  • Cody: Situated at the corner of the University of South Alabama, Cody combines proximity to the university with a space that still lets kids play outside. It's a casual and fun neighborhood.
  • Richelieu: About 15 miles west of downtown along Airport Blvd., Richelieu combines suburbia with southern tranquility. It's an affordable, well-maintained community that attracts families and college students alike.
  • Carlen: One of Mobile's most bikeable areas, Carlen is great for physically-active people who enjoy spending time outside. There are plenty of restaurants, grocery stores and shops just around the corner for those who prefer to walk more often than drive as well.

Fun Things to Do in Mobile

With beautiful weather and an attachment to its rich history, Mobile is a place for fun. There's plenty of outside activity and opportunities to soak up its local flair.

Cultural Attractions

Home to the USS Alabama, Mobile has civic institutions focusing on fine art and African American history. There are many examples of antebellum and turn-of-the-century architecture. A living history museum, Fort Conde is a reconstruction of the original bastion that occupied the site. Besides community theater groups, the city has professional opera, symphony and ballet companies. There are also several annual festivals and celebrations. You'll want to snag a spot along Broad Street or Government Street for the Mardi Gras parades.

Outdoor Recreation

Mobile is a haven for water sports enthusiasts with plenty of apartments near the Bay and Gulf. The city has more than 45 public parks. Bienville Square and Spanish Plaza are popular meeting places. Encompassing more than 700 acres, Langan Park features lakes and tennis facilities. It's also where you'll find the Mobile Botanical Gardens. Along with top-ranked golf courses, Mobile plays host to several major college sporting events. Ladd-Peebles Stadium is home to college football's Senior Bowl and LendingTree Bowl.

Getaways from Mobile

If you're looking for a getaway that's close to home, head to the beach at Gulf Shores. You can also watch NASCAR races in Talladega at Talladega Superspeedway. If you want to venture a little further, New Orleans is only a few hours away and there's always a party going on there.

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