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  • Leland, Mississippi

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    If you're looking for an apartment in Leland, MS, you'll find a lot to like in this affordable small town in Washington County with a past in blues music. With less than 5,000 residents, Leland is a town where everyone knows their neighbors. One of the most popular settling spots are residences located along Deer Creek.

    Leland is located in the center of the Mississippi River Delta and the river is a big part of life for many residents. Highway 61 is the town's main road and you'll find a number of restaurants, shops and other establishments, as well as some newer apartments, within the area.

    Top Neighborhoods in Leland, MS

    Deer Creek and Stoneville are two popular residential neighborhoods. Farming is a large part of the economy here and many of the town's residents live out in the countryside. Mississippi State University has an agriculture research station in Stoneville which generates jobs in the area. For those who don't want to live out in the sticks, Highway 61 is home to nearly all of Leland's commercial enterprises and cultural destinations.

    Nearby Greenville is the larger of the two cities in the area, located just a few minutes away. If you're looking for an apartment in Leland because of work in the area, you can just as easily check out Greenville. The cost of living is slightly higher but there are more local amenities available.

    Cultural Attractions in Leland, MS

    For a town of its small size, Leland has a remarkable number of cultural attractions as a result of its history with blues music. A significant number of famous blues musicians that are regionally and nationally known have roots in Leland. Highway 61 has been frequently name dropped in blues recordings over the years. Notable natives from the blues business include James Thomas and Johnny Winter.

    You'll find an number of museums along Highway 61 that celebrate this history. You can also find live entertainment in many local restaurants. One other interesting attraction is a museum dedicated to Kermit the Frog. The famous Muppets birthplace is Leland, MS. Muppet creator Jim Henson was born in nearby Greenville, MS. The museum is located near Deer Creek.

    Dining in Leland, MS

    Leland and neighboring Greenville offer a wide array of dining options. For those looking for casual, local fare, Sherman's Restaurant in Greenville has an award winning menu. Posecais Restaurant is a great choice for those looking for Southern and Cajun fare. The restaurant has a New Orleans theme. Fresh Oysters, black and blue ribeye steak and sushi are some of the options available. Vince's Fine Dining has been open in Leland since 1925. They offer a martini bar and frequently bring in local artists for live entertainment.

    Weather in Leland, MS

    Located right on the Mississippi River, Leland experiences warm but wet weather through most of the year. Temperatures in the summer months tend to stay above 90 degrees. The winter months will bottom out in the 40s and 50s at night.

    Located on the water, Leland is also prone to a large number of thunderstorms and rainfall. It's not uncommon for an apartment building to have a storm shelter in case of a hailstorm or tornado. Renters insurance in the event of damaged items due to inclement weather is likely a good idea.

    Nightlife in Leland, MS

    The nightlife in the surrounding delta is absolutely vibrant. Tourists come in from throughout the state on weekends to sample the large number of blues establishments and nightclubs. Leland itself is located within farm country and most residents turn in early. Nearby towns such as Greenville will offer you as much nightlife as you can handle.

    The 308 Blues Club and Cafe in nearby Indianola is one of the most popular blues destinations in the state. It's located right next to the B.B. King Museum. B.B. himself used to perform at the establishment. The club frequently brings in up and coming local artists for performances.

    Nelson St in Greenville is still home to a number of long running blues establishments and restaurants. It has its roots in the African-American community but in later years, new businesses and nightclubs have been established that cater to residents and tourists interested in blues music.

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