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87 apartments for rent near Augusta, GA

Apartments in Augusta, GA

Estates at Perimeter
Augusta, GA 30909
$860 - $1,290
1 - 3 Beds
Heritage Apartments
Augusta, GA 30909
$445 - $575
1 - 2 Beds
Aumond Villa Apartment
Augusta, GA 30909
$640 - $740
2 - 3 Beds
Quail Hollow Apartments
Augusta, GA 30906
$565 - $585
2 Beds
Hunters Run
Augusta, GA 30909
$535 - $635
1 - 2 Beds
The Creeks
Augusta, GA 30904
From $550
2 Beds
The Huntington
Augusta, GA 30909
$555 - $749
1 - 2 Beds
Wylds Woods
Augusta, GA 30909
$605 - $685
2 Beds
Stevens Creek Commons, LLC
Augusta, GA 30907
$741 - $1,312
1 - 2 Beds
Center West Villas
Augusta, GA 30909
$570 - $670
1 - 2 Beds
Charlestowne South
Augusta, GA 30906
$450 - $535
1 - 2 Beds
Petersburg Place
Martinez, GA 30907
From $675
2 Beds
Ridge Crossing
Martinez, GA 30907
From $599
2 Beds
Ansley At Town Center
Evans, GA 30809
$894 - $1,392
1 - 3 Beds
Eagle Pointe
Grovetown, GA 30813
$425 - $650
1 - 3 Beds
The Summits
Graniteville, SC 29829
$919 - $1,129
2 - 3 Beds
Village Senior
Warrenville, SC 29851
From $439
1 - 2 Beds
Brittany Downs
Aiken, SC 29803
$580 - $735
1 - 2 Beds
Yorktown Apartments
Augusta, GA 30904
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1 Bed
BON AIR
Augusta, GA 30904
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1 Bed
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Guide to Augusta

Augusta Apartments For Rent

Augusta, Augusta, Augusta! Hotlanta is a lot of miles away but this sister city was born to be wild! Senior citizens are very much hands-on in their community!  More than you can imagine, they go out and make sure that Augusta remains hotter than chili peppers! Being highlighted as the King of Golf, this city has more to offer than meets the eye. Looks can be deceiving, but once you witness for yourself just how far the uniqueness stretches, Augusta will become your home away from home.

Being a resident here is like being an eagle sitting on the top of a mountain. There is so much power and recognition you can gain and many opportunities. You will not be able to resist the people and their wonderful customer service, the cost of living is to die for, the employment isn’t like finding a small pebble in the Pacific Ocean, the traffic is decent, and the danger zones are slim to none. No one wants to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, so be here in your lovely Augusta apartment of choice!

Things to Do in Augusta:

Let’s talk about the food! Who wouldn’t love to move to a place where they can always gain a food baby from a fantastic meal? At the Frog Hollow on Broad Street, the Grouper plate looks so yummy! The unique servings should make you want to super glue yourself to your own seat! The Duck Breast with Roasted Sweet Potatoes is just as good! Watermelon Salad is a good way to watch your weight and enjoy something sweet. How about a full-on dessert that is sure to knock out your taste buds? Goat Cheese Cheesecake and Chocolate Something is the name to remember. The “chocolate something” leaves much curiosity, but who cares. The way that it looks will let you know that “chocolate something” was well worth it!

There is always volunteer work going on in Augusta. Your hands will consistently stay busy. The services that are open to you will be an amazing experience that will keep you coming back for more. The AARP organization honored Augusta for its hands-on, age-friendly recognition. This program promotes healthy aging. The road reconstruction so that you can have a smooth ride to your destination, the building up of abandoned houses so that more people will have places to lay their heads – these are all programs you can get involved in after renting an apartment in Augusta.

Augusta is the King City of Golf! Augusta hosts the Masters of Golf Tournament and it is a fact that the winnings are consistent. Come there to play, come there to win! Put-Put on, Augusta! If you move to a new Augusta apartment today you will have a chance to enjoy this game up close and personal.

Recreation, parks, and beautifully-built facilities here in Augusta aspire to make this a city that is focused on people, innovation, and commitment. Pendleton King Park is gorgeous for example! Smack dab in the middle of Augusta sits a beautiful park filled with terrific accommodations. As far as things to do, well, you are sitting on a gold mine. How about a picnic, playtime beside the swings, just a little run around the park — you name it, Pendleton’s got it! Something as unique as an 18-hole disc golf course will get the whole family in on the fun! Now there is no excuse from being pulled away from football on television. The entire family can go out and be active. Get fit on accident! Who knew?

Get your senses involved! The Touch and Smell Garden is sure to make you feel like you dove right into heaven. In the early 1970s this location was built to serve as an outdoor classroom for learning about the herbs through sensory perceptions. Hence the name touching and smelling, these actual established plant materials are an unforgettable experience. Do I hear wedding bells? This is a great place to hold a wedding and reception!

Old, historic places are always fun. It brings you down memory lane and gives you a sense of pride to know how far your city has progressed. Augusta has a lot of memory lanes! Try visiting Springfield Historic District Mitigation; it is sure to bring back the factual roots from where this city gains its personality and ways. They are now included on the National Register of Historic Places! This fact will show you just how much Augusta preserves for its locals to enjoy a flashback through time. Ask around; this city sparkles with artifacts and other documented historical information about the past.

The Baurle Boat Ramp at Lock and Dam Park is another great location. Sail away in your favorite boat and enjoy a relaxing afternoon. After working with Go Fish Georgia, Augusta is improving its spatial access to the fish, fishing while boating, and enhancing the quality of the fish in the waters. What better way to know that this city cares! The action taken is proactive and it’s definitely showing! Again, you’ll eat well here! Picture a plate full of fresh fish, coleslaw, and curly French fries. Yum!

What to Consider When Moving to Augusta:

The weather is a factor to examine before a move to find your Augusta apartment. This city has an average temperature of 62.7 degrees, making it easy to go to the park or golf. Weather friendliness is always an important factor when making a decision this big! You do not want to be too cold or too hot when packing, or much more relevant, unpacking! This place feels just right!

The people are what make the city and when you have nice, courteous neighbors, you tend to breathe better, believe in more things, and embark on your journey with more confidence than ever before. Would you believe if it was rumored that theses locals are just that? The generosity swarms the air which makes it contagious! Having and making friends when you get to Augusta will help you adjust quickly. You will feel more at home at the drop of hat.

The cost of living will keep extra change in your pocket for a night out at the club! Don’t go to Frog Hollow every day though — there are many other dining experiences to enjoy. The Buca Italian Restaurant is one, Sconyers Bar-B-Que, and the Hunan Café are highly-suggested places for any occasion.

Why Augusta Apartments Are Hot:

Augusta is hot because of its natural ability to be hot! Seriously, this city dazzles with the occasional swagger of a King or Queen. They dwell here! Augusta is the oldest and second-largest city in Georgia, and it is located along the Savannah River. The city is famous for hosting the Masters professional golf tournament every spring.

This place is in the lower part of the United States and it is closer to the equator. You are bound to feel the heat. But with so many places to cool off and terrific opportunities for boating, fishing, and golfing, apartments in Augusta are as hot as this city!

Why Augusta?

  • Downtown Augusta is a historic district, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Sports fans will enjoy cheering on the Augusta Greenjackets baseball team and the Augusta Riverhawks hockey team.
  • Schools in Augusta include Augusta State University, Augusta Technical College, and Cambridge College.
  • Augusta’s largest annual event is the Masters, but other events art shows, concerts, and the CSRA Classic.
  • The Augusta Museum of History was founded in 1937 and contains several area artifacts and exhibits.
  • The James Brown Arena features major events, major concerts by top performers, and other live performances.