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Popular Prince George Apartments
Prince George, Virginia, 23875
Chester, Virginia, 23836
1 BedroomUp to $975
2 BedroomsUp to $1,109
3 BedroomsUp to $1,299
Chester, Virginia, 23831
3+ Bedrooms$914 - $1,088
Chester, Virginia, 23831
1 BedroomUp to $979
2 BedroomsUp to $1,209
3 BedroomsUp to $1,329
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Prince George is an extraordinarily enchanting city with a wide array of apartment living options - whether you are searching in the mid winter or any other time of the year. Be sure to keep reading for the word on Prince George and how to find your new apartment. Best of luck with finding your new place!
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A Princely Town to Call Home
Prince George, Virginia, is a small town with around 2,000 residents. Renters who are looking for a peaceful place to live will enjoy strolling along the quiet streets and chatting with laid back neighbors. For some city action, renters can head up to Richmond where there's plenty going on to keep everyone entertained.
Hard to Find, Easy to Rent
As a small town, there aren't often openings for apartment renters in Prince George. This is a great town to live in and renters who have already moved here aren't likely to leave any time soon. Fortunately, rental rates have remained low, even though demand is high. You’ll typically find small to medium sized buildings with units ranging from one up to three bedrooms. Take a look at the table above to see what places are currently renting for in Prince George. If you’re itching to start your search, check out some of the hot rentals listed below.
Fresh Air and Sunshine in Prince George
If you're looking for a fun way to meet the neighbors and get some fresh air and exercise, you’re in luck. Prince George County has a great Parks and Recreation Department that organizes tons of outdoor fun for its residents. Renters can join up with a team to play softball, football, or tennis at one of the local parks, including Prince George Community Park (conveniently located right in town). For those who prefer competing against themselves rather than their friends, there are loads of golf courses in and around Prince George. Newcomers can head out to any course to join up with another single player (or a twosome or threesome). Avid golfers can also sign up with a group to play weekly or monthly with a new group of friends.
A Little Prince George Drama
There may not be any theaters or museums in the town of Prince George, but the county offers plenty of places to go and appreciate the arts. Sycamore Rouge, a theater in the nearby city of Petersburg, puts on over two hundred shows a year. Nary a weekend goes by without a new theatrical production, musical performance, dance show or classic film screening at the Sycamore Rouge. A handful of other local theaters give renters from Prince George a few choices when it comes to nighttime entertainment. The trouble, when it comes to live theater in this area, is deciding which show to see first.
One of the main perks of living in Prince George is that your apartment is in one of the quietest, friendliest towns around. Though residents like to take it easy most of the time, occasionally, there comes a time in the life of every small town resident when you just need to get into the city for a bit. From Prince George, Richmond is the city of choice… and it’s right around the corner. This city offers great opportunities for fun, whether you’re looking for a night out at the clubs or an evening at a delectable, fancy restaurant. After a visit to the city, renters from Prince George can head back to their peaceful apartments to rest up for the next day's adventure.
Living History Lesson
Virginia was one of the first states to be settled by brave European explorers. As a result, there are hundreds of years worth of American history in the town of Prince George. History buffs will love exploring the colonial, Civil War, and agricultural history in the area. One of the most popular periods to explore is the Civil War. This part of the state was contested for much of the war and there are still a number of battlefields in the area that have been well preserved. Museums throughout the county are also there to help fill in the gaps that the long ago American history classes left in the minds of renters from Prince George.
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How far is the airport from Prince George and can I get there easily and cheaply?
The closest major airport to Prince George is Richmond International Airport (RIC). This airport has international and domestic flights from Richmond, Virginia and is about 33 miles from downtown Prince George. The next closest major airport is Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport (PHF), which has domestic flights from Newport News, Virginia and is 62 miles from the center of Prince George. The trip to RIC takes about 40 minutes by car while the trip to PHF takes about an hour and a half. Neither airport is accessible via public transportation.