Finding Apartments for Rent in Alpharetta, GA
Alpharetta, GA has many gorgeous apartments for rent. No matter what you are looking for, you’ll find it at a great price for the area.
Top Neighborhoods in Alpharetta, GA
Some of the top neighborhoods in Alpharetta, GA can be found in the western portion of the city. Years before the 400 (highway) was built, the western part of the area was a haven for horse farms and the wealthy. One of the major neighborhoods is Crabapple which happens to have one of the best elementary school in Fulton County.
Glen Abbey and Windward are two lovely neighborhoods with excellent diversity on the eastern section of Alpharetta. White Columns is another subdivision that is well liked in the town. This neighborhood is known for the White Columns Country Club Golf Course.
Cultural Attractions in Alpharetta, GA
It can be difficult to find high quality cultural spots outside of Atlanta when you’re looking for art. Das Gallery is considered one of the best art galleries North of Atlanta. Music and drinks are a great combination at The Velvet Note. Considered the top attraction in Alpharetta by music fans, this is the jazz bar to be visiting.
Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park is the top reviewed attraction in the city on TripAdvisor. Rating a 4.5 out of a possible 5, this place has got you covered on great entertainment. If you’re going to be visiting the town or moving there, make sure to hit at least one outing at the Amphitheatre.
Dining in Alpharetta, GA
For some of the best food North of Atlanta, Alpharetta has a vast array of choices. Casa Nuova Italian Restaurant has been chosen again and again by customers as an amazing experience. Prices are affordable at $20 to $40 a visit. Pampas Steakhouse provides something unique in steakhouse – an Argentinian flair. Slightly higher rates than Casa Nuova at $30 to $50 a visit, this steakhouse is still a heavy hitter in taste.
If Thai food is more to your preference, Nahm Thai Cuisine is where to go. At around the same cost as Pampas Steakhouse, Nahm’s Thai fare is a great deal and highly rated with customers. Jerusalem Bakery is highly rated on their food. Even the customers that were not happy with the service were more than satisfied with the food.
Sports in Alpharetta, GA
Of course Georgia is well known for the Green Jacket Masters Golf Tournament which is a great representation of how popular golf is in the Southeast. Alpharetta is no exception when it comes to keeping gorgeous golf courses. If golf is your preferred sport then check out Topgolf for competitive golf and drinks. White Columns Country Club is the heart of the beautiful White Columns community. If you lived here – you’d be golfing anytime you pleased.
For fans of the four legged variety, the Sprayberry Equestrian Center has riding stables and educational opportunities. This stable is just a little more than two miles from White Columns which is perfect for a family day of riding and golf.
Transportation in Alpharetta, GA
Transportation in and around Alpharetta can be difficult if you are new to the area. Due to the nature of the 400, even locals become frustrated with the traffic. Be wary of the roads leading to the 400 because the number of people trying to get to Atlanta for work or recreation can be overwhelming. People thinking about living in the town may think about purchasing a quality GPS system to help navigate the best routes.
If public transportation is needed, the MARTA system is available for residents. The system is used by residents of Atlanta and the surrounding suburbs including Alpharetta.
Weather in Alpharetta, GA
The weather in Alpharetta, GA is fairly typical of the Southeast. This part of Georgia is one of the higher elevated areas which helps combat the oppressive heat associated with the South. The average summer temperatures are in the high 80s with humidity that is a bit less than in states like Florida. Long spring and autumns are enjoyed by residents with temperatures on the mild side – high 40s for lows and high 70s for highs.
Rainfall can vary quite a bit from drought to torrential rains, but this has been the norm for much of the nation since the middle of the first decade of the new millennium. On average the local climate is well tolerated by most and praised by the locals. People that are more familiar to cooler or less humid climates may take some time to adjust. This is the usual scenario for people that are not ‘born and raised’ in the hot and humid South.View Apartments in Alpharetta, Georgia
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