Why You Should Live in Pensacola
Why You Should Live in Pensacola ~ Southern Residential Leasing
Nestled in the westernmost area of the Florida Panhandle lies Pensacola. Pensacola is a city rich in history and culture, as its inception dates all the way back to the mid-1500s. The city is home to a variety of activities, including art, music, and unforgettable culinary experiences. Southern Residential Leasing is currently offering several Pensacola homes for rent, some in the Downtown area and extending into Perdido Key. Let us help you find your next rental home, and we’ll show you why you should live in Pensacola!
- The Beaches. Other beaches don’t stand a chance against our nationally-ranked beaches on the Gulf Coast. Relax in the serenity of the Santa Rosa Sound, otherwise known as “Quietwater Beach,” or head across the way and swim Gulf-side. The Gulf Islands National Seashore offers miles of untouched land, stretching from Mississippi to the edge of the Florida Panhandle. Johnson’s Beach and the Gulf Islands National Seashore in Perdido Key are destination vacation areas because of their proximity to Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Alabama, as well as Pensacola Beach. When you stay at the beach enjoy fine dining at The Grand Marlin and Hemingway’s Bar & Island Grill. Or, enjoy live music every Tuesday night from April to October with Bands on the Beach.
- Downtown Life. Pensacola’s downtown scene is simply unmatched. Palafox Street has everything you need for a day of fun, including local boutiques and restaurants with flavor for every palette. Find your next favorite outfit at Indigeaux Denim Bar & Boutique. Savor an unmatched culinary experience at Jackson’s Steakhouse, with entrees such as Hickory-Wood-Fired Yellowedge Grouper and Gulf Seafood Pan Roast. Visit The Pensacola Fish House and Atlas Oyster Bar for famously-great food with an even greater view. Meanwhile, Vinyl Music Hall is home to live music throughout the week, with a mix of touring musicians and local sound.
- The History. Pensacola is full of history, and many of its historic artifacts can still be found today. The Saenger Theatre is a historic landmark to Pensacola, having opened its doors in 1925. Referred to as “The Great Dame of Palafox,” the Saenger has hosted a variety of acts including the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra, Harry Connick Jr., and, in its early days, Broadway plays and silent-screen classics. In addition, Pensacola’s Historic District is well-preserved today by the University of West Florida Historic Trust, allowing members of the public to tour Pensacola’s oldest and most historic homes. Guests can experience “living history” and embark on school and group tours throughout the district.
Contact Southern Residential Leasing today to learn more about why you should live in Pensacola!