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Augusta, Georgia, 30909
3+ Bedrooms$751 - $822
Augusta, Georgia, 30909
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Augusta, Georgia, 30909
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Augusta, Georgia, 30909
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Augusta, Georgia is steeped in history. Early native influences, settlement by the British, strategic location in the Civil War, and proximity to Fort Gordon give it character like no other. But its intrigue doesn't solely lie in its history. Augusta has been dubbed "The Garden City," and apartments for rent are available in lush, green, beautiful town.
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Native Americans were drawn to the site of what would become the city centuries before the town was established. They recognized the location as advantageous for crossing the Savannah River. Augusta was founded by the British in 1736 for similar reasons - that stretch of the Savannah was easy to navigate and to defend. With major roles in the American Revolution, Civil War, and World War II, the river remained integral to the town's importance. Today, the Savannah is a social and economic hub complete with parks, shops, and restaurants; it's many landmarks reminding residents and visitors of the area's rich history.
An apartment here will put you in a prime location to take advantage of the town's many benefits: the culture, history, and atmosphere. Apartments for rent are available in locations throughout the town; whether you're looking for a place right on the bank of the Savannah River, close to higher education, downtown, or in the suburbs, mynewplace.com can help you find that ideal apartment. And no matter where you live, you'll be privy to the area's beauty and Southern charm.
Home of History and Art
Beautiful Riverwalk Augusta in downtown is an attraction in and of itself. Artistically landscaped, the meandering promenade runs along the Savannah River and is lined with the area's finest boutiques, cafes, restaurants, and clubs. History and art take the front seat in any Augusta experience, and chief among those draws along the Riverwalk is the Morris Museum of Art, which boasts a collection of 5,000 pieces. Just off the Riverwalk are the Augusta Museum of History and Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art. The former possesses an extensive collection of artifacts chronicling the town to its prehistory; the latter is the only non-profit school/gallery of its kind in the area. Numerous smaller, independent galleries (nearly a dozen in all) also line Broad Street in downtown, an area which is consequently called Artist's Row.
The Gorgeous Great Outdoors
History and art aren't Augusta's only claim to beauty; the town has been branded "The Garden City" for good reason. There are many beautifully landscaped parks in and around the area, including Brookfield Park, Diamon Lakes Regional Park, and Phinizy Swamp Nature Park. And speaking of landscaped beauty, the city is home to the world-famous Augusta National Golf Club, host of the annual Master's Tournament.
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Augusta Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Augusta have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In February the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Augusta apartment cost $651. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Augusta apartment was $776 in February. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Augusta rentals listed below.
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What kinds of outdoor activities are either in or around Augusta?
The Augusta Riverwalk provides a paved pathway along the Savannah River for running and strolling. Augusta is also located just south of ample parklank adjacent to the J. Strom Thurmond Reservoir, most of which lies to the east of the water. To the south and west of the reservoir lie several smaller parks, including Fort Gordon Recreation Area, Mistletoe State Park, and Holiday Park. These parks offer hiking, camping, fishing, and biking opportunities. To the north is the Fishing Creek Public Hunting Area, which allows hunting and fishing.
Do most people in Augusta rely on public transportation?
No, the majority of the people in Augusta do not depend on public transportation. As a matter of fact, the number of people who take public transportation in Augusta, Georgia is 2 percent less than the Georgia average and 27 percent less than the national average. These figures imply that the public transportation system leaves a lot to be desired. However, although most Augusta residents get around by car, parts of Augusta are served by Augusta Public Transit (APT).