16 Homes For Rent in Anniston, AL

  • Apartment In Anniston
    $640-$840/mo
    2-4 Beds1,100-1,350 Sq. Ft.
    Anniston, AL, 36205
    Cane Creek Apartments
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    Arbour Valley Development
  • Private Apartment With Balcony
    $875/mo
    2 Beds1 Bath1,020 Sq. Ft.
    Anniston, AL, 36207
    Shadowood Apartments
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    Real Estate Agent
  • Apartment In Anniston
    $600-$1,500/mo
    Studio-2 Beds600-1,010 Sq. Ft.
    Anniston, AL, 36207
    Cindy Beckham
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    Watermark Partners Real Estate
  • Apartment In Anniston
    $635-$1,500/mo
    1-2 Beds713-905 Sq. Ft.
    Anniston, AL, 36207
    Greenbrier Apartments
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    Olympia Construction, Inc
  • House In Oak Hills
    $1,225/mo
    3 Beds2 Baths
    Anniston, AL, 36206
    Krch Realty - Birmingham
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    Real Estate Agent
  • 3-Bedroom House In Anniston
    $925/moNew
    3 Beds2 Baths
    Anniston, AL, 36207
    King Property Management
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    Real Estate Agent
  • Apartment In Anniston
    $565/mo
    2 Beds1 Bath
    Anniston, AL, 36201
    King Property Management
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    Real Estate Agent
  • Apartment In Anniston
    $565/mo
    2 Beds1 Bath
    Anniston, AL, 36201
    King Property Management
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    Real Estate Agent
  • 3-Bedroom House In Westview Heights
    $875/mo
    3 Beds2 Baths
    Anniston, AL, 36207
    J. Brittain Associates
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    Real Estate Agent
  • House In Anniston
    $475/mo
    1 Bed1 Bath
    Anniston, AL, 36207
    J. Brittain Associates
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    Real Estate Agent
  • 1-Bedroom House In Tyler Hill
    $475/mo
    1 Bed1 Bath
    Anniston, AL, 36207
    J. Brittain Associates
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    Real Estate Agent
  • 2-Bedroom House In Anniston
    $575/mo
    2 Beds1 Bath
    Anniston, AL, 36206
    J. Brittain Associates
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    Real Estate Agent
  • Apartment In Anniston
    $1,250/mo
    2 Beds2 Baths
    Anniston, AL, 36207
    J. Brittain Associates
    |
    Real Estate Agent
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Sitting in the shadow of Blue Mountain, Anniston, Alabama, is a bustling town that combines a rich natural landscape with an urban feel. The rural side of Anniston features larger mansion-type estates sprawled out on acres of land. Aside from that, the city is known for its well-organized layout that situates many single-family, middle class homes along crisscrossing streets.

The city of Anniston definitely has that rural, small-town vibe. It is surrounded by mountains, forests, lakes and state parks. Agricultural work does play a role in Anniston, and there are many areas that will create a feeling of being one with nature. There are a great deal of campgrounds and hiking trails including the famous Chief Ladiga Trail. The Mountain Longleaf National Wildlife Refuge is also located in Anniston and is home to a rich pine forest. The scenery that spans the city is carefully preserved in order for residents to enjoy it year round. The more urban areas within the city are meticulously kempt and decorated with lawns and trees to maintain a picturesque environment.

Looking at Anniston’s history shows that the town began as an industrial city with its claim to fame being a large furnace used for ore extraction and metalworking. The city’s rich history is still highlighted today through the historic district and the many Victorian homes that can be found in certain areas. These homes, as well as many churches and government buildings, have been part of an ongoing restoration process to revitalize the city. There are many community endeavors that strive to keep Anniston a cultural center of Alabama. Music and theater take a center role in Anniston; there are concerts and symphonies played annually at the former Fort McClellan. The Community Actors’ Studio Theatre organizes plays and educational activities that promote the arts. The City of Anniston delivers a relaxed atmosphere for all 23,000 of its inhabitants, so browse our database and search for your next home in this city today.