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Popular Sandy Springs Apartments
Sandy Springs, Georgia, 30350
1 Bedroom$826 - $1,331
2 Bedrooms$1,019 - $2,569
3 Bedrooms$1,559 - $2,608
Atlanta, Georgia, 30328
1 BedroomPlease Call
2 BedroomsPlease Call
3 BedroomsPlease Call
Atlanta, Georgia, 30328
1 BedroomUp to $1,075
2 BedroomsUp to $1,299
3 BedroomsUp to $1,535
Roswell, Georgia, 30076
1 Bedroom$714 - $1,259
2 Bedrooms$810 - $1,709
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Sandy Springs apartments are definitely available in a number of distinct parts of town; you will find a variety of options in various wonderful areas around the city.
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Exemplary Rentals in Sandy Springs, Georgia
What are the first three words that come to mind when you think of your current town? If they're something akin to inauthentic, incompetent, and gnarly, it’s time you rent an apartment in Sandy Springs, Georgia. This charming city’s motto is “Honest. Efficient. Responsive.” and you’ll find out why as soon as you rent here. Sandy Springs goes out of its way to provide the best schools, events, recreation, and more for its citizens. Live in a city you’re proud to call home and rent an apartment in Sandy Springs, Georgia. You’ll never utter the words bogus or lame ever again. (That is, unless your roomie eats your last Oreo.)
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Pick up some sweet threads at Perimeter Mall and add some new clothes to that closet in your awesome one bedroom apartment. Not interested in living solo? Find a roommate and trash talk your old town over pizza at Ippolito's. Locate a second roommate and enjoy some bodybuilding bonding at Hammond Park. For the latest on the Sandy Springs rental trends, look no further than the above table to find out the average cost of one and two bedroom apartments in the area. Then you can start looking for your new home in Sandy Springs, Georgia by checking out some of the rentals listed below.
A Family Friendly City
Got a full house? Need a great place to raise a family? Whether you’re the proud parent of two kids or one iguana, you’re sure to find a safe and friendly place to set up camp around here. Kiplinger’s magazine actually named Sandy Springs one of the top five family-friendly cities in America. Perhaps the magazine considered the city’s excellent school system and wonderful community spirit. You and the family lizard will enjoy a great quality of life all year long. The city’s come a long way since it was known as “No Man’s Land” by the Creek Muskogee Tribe who inhabited the land during the 16th century. As of the 2010 census, it boasted a population of 93,853 inviting residents. Should you need help getting around town (or finding some raspberries to feed your iguana) you’re sure to find a resident willing to point you in the right direction. You’ll have access to plenty of berries and world-class entertainment, shopping, and dining in nearby Atlanta. Whatever your family needs, you’ll find Sandy Spring to be the perfect place to call home. Just take good care of Iggy.
Every Man’s Land
You’ll wonder how Sandy Springs was ever referred to as “No Man’s Land” once you attend one of the fun community events. Take the Sandy Springs Festival for example. This city favorite offers enough entertainment to bring even the most misanthropic individual out of the house. With 5K and 10K races, a pet parade, live music, and more, this festival is solid proof that the city is, in fact, well inhabited. In the mood for more racing? You’ll love the Sandy Springs Cycling Challenge. Whether you’re a cyclist or you just love to kick back and watch others put in effort, you’ll have a great time at this annual race. While you’re at it, pick up an oil painting of cyclists or commission a sculpture reading “Every Man’s Land” at the Race to the Arts portion of the event. Rent one of these fine apartments and discover the once elusive Sandy Springian.
Arts and Parks
Have you had about as much fun lately as catching an episode of “Seinfeld” in the middle of packing and lifting ginormous objects? You’ll soon forget about the misery of moving out and moving in once you see all that your new city has to offer in terms of recreation and entertainment. If you’re sick of staring at cardboard, visit the Abernathy Arts Center and treat your eyes to real art. Sign up for a class and dazzle your roommates with your life-size sculpture of George Costanza. While you’re giving your hands a workout at the Abernathy Arts Center, why not enjoy a full-body workout at one of the city’s great parks and recreational facilities. Play baseball at Morgan Falls Athletic Complex or take on your new neighbor in a game of one-on-one at Allen Park’s basketball court. Treat your mind, body, and soul, and rent an apartment in Sandy Springs. Kramer will always be there.
Average Apartment Rent in Sandy Springs, Georgia
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Sandy Springs Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Sandy Springs have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In November the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Sandy Springs apartment cost $857. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Sandy Springs apartment was $1,023 in November. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in November was $1,300. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Sandy Springs rentals listed below.
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What are some family friendly neighborhoods in Sandy Springs?
Neighborhoods for the question hinge upon safety and education. We can are Riverside Dr / Johnson Ferry Rd, Mount Vernon Hwy / Heards Ferry Rd, and Town Center are the three five safest neighborhoods in Sandy Springs. On the other hand, the top three neighborhoods for education are Riverside Dr / Johnson Ferry Dr, Mount Vernon Hwy / Heards Ferry Rd, and Roswell Rd / Morgan Falls Rd. Some of the best neighborhoods for families in Sandy Spring, therefore, are Riverside Dr / Johnson Ferry Rd and Mount Vernon Hwy / Heards Ferry Rd.