3BR/1.0BA in 552 Pulaski Street

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Why Live Here?
WE STILL HAVE NEARLY A DOZEN PROPERTIES AVAILABLE FOR FALL 2017 PRE-LEASING - check out http athensgreatrentalhouses.com/ or email me for the complete list! Walk and bike to campus from the sought after Pulaski Street (Boulevard Heights Neighborhood). Near Prince Avenue and the Bottleworks shopping and restaurants (Grit and Taqueria Del Sol). This three bedroom, one bath second floor apartment is in a three unit building. A better value will be hard to find. New paint on walls. Tile kitchen and bath. Countertop is also tiled. State-of-the-Art energy efficient newer metal roof means lower utility bills and makes the rain sounds great! Neat eclectic neighborhood, cool neighbors, tree lined street. Also near the Leather's Building (Wine Shop, Yoga and BBQ Cafe). Central heat and air conditioning. Washer and Dryer. Cats OK, no dogs please. Available now through 7/25/18. $750 mo. Small additional charge for a 4th person. Drive by 552 Pulaski Street Unit #2. For more photos, see
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About Athens, GA


Home of the University of Georgia Bulldogs, Athfest, and the Twilight Criterium bike race, Athens makes for an exciting place to rent an apartment. If you like people watching, outdoor music, festivals, or a college town feel, then renting an apartment in Athens is definitely right for you. With a population of over 100,000, and with 12 neighborhoods, Athens is hardly a town. In fact, it is a county-city. As a result, this city has a lot to offer for any tastes; renting an apartment in Athens' Newtown neighborhood, for example, can be completely different than living in the Briarcliff area.
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    University Of Georgia On Your Mind

    Founded in 1785, the the University of Georgia is one of the nation’s oldest public universities, and its first state-chartered university. As proof of its academic excellence, UGA produces a high number of students receiving prestigious academic awards, such as the Rhodes scholarship. That’s not to say they’re all work and no play, however--the school shows special dedication to its teams, the Bulldogs, with a special lineage of real bulldogs serving as mascots alongside “Hairy Dawg” (the more traditional guy-in-an-animal suit mascot).

     

    Housing in Athens, Georgia

    Athens is a beautiful little town to live in. So beautiful, in fact, that only 27% of UGA undergrads actually live on campus. You'll find that apartment rentals are generally very affordable and centrally located, and because campus is right in town, you could walk from your apartment to class to downtown. A good way to get started on your apartment hunt is with our convenient apartment guide. If you’re also interested in day-to-day life, check out our posts oncollege life in general.

    What To Do When Not in Class

    If you have your student ID, you can ride the Athens City Transit buses for free. Also, the University of Georgia has its own special fleet of buses to shuttle you from building to building and around the huge campus. Owning a bike might speed things up. As you settle in to your new apartment in Athens, one easy way to get to know the town is to check out the official homepage of the town and surrounding county. Art galleries, farmers’ markets, easy bike rides, even a symphony—a huge, diverse range of activities await once you leave the classroom.