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At a Glance
Why Live Here?
PROUDLY SERVING STARBUCKS COFFEE & TAZO TEA IN THE CYBE CAFE !! APARTMENT HOMES NOW INCLUDE BRAND NEW WHIRLPOOL KITCHEN APPLIANCES !! Aylesbury Farms is the ideal apartment home in Duluth, GA with 1, 2 and 3 bedroom floor plans available. Our amenities are exceptional and help to create that special sense of community. We offer features such as washers and dryers in all of in every apartment home, fireplaces with Italian marble, hearths, mirrored dining rooms, custom built wine racks, and garages with remotes. Outside you will find amenities such as a swimming pool with spa, two lighted tennis courts, a commercial gym and meticulously manicured grounds. We welcome you to the Aylesbury Farms in Duluth, GA for luxurious living and friendly, attentive management services. Call today for a personal tour of your new apartment home. Please call for an appointment today.
  • Pool
  • Playground
  • Spa
  • Fitness Center
  • High Speed Internet Available
  • Clubhouse
  • Business Center
  • BBQ/Picnic Area
  • Controlled Access
  • Parking
  • Tennis Court
  • Conference Room
  • Covered School Bus Stop
Pet Policy
Cats and Dogs are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: No vicious breeds or exotic pets allowed. Call for details.
Garage Lot
One & Two Garages with Remote Access.
Building Information
  • Built: 1996
  • Units: 380
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 6-12 Months


About Duluth, GA

A small suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, Duluth was ranked number 26 on Forbes list of America's Best Places to Move in 2009. The suburb shares the name of the famous Duluth, Minnesota, which is no coincidence. It was named after the city once the north-south rail lines were completed in 1871, which connected it with the city in Minnesota. Originally the area bore the name Howell's Crossing for the Howell family who lived in the area for generations.