Finding Apartments for Rent in Fayetteville, GA
Finding apartments for rent in Fayetteville, Georgia should be a relatively easy task. After all, this quaint enclave south of Atlanta offers a great deal in terms of cultural attractions and quality of life. In fact, Neighborhood Scout named Fayetteville among the best cities for the money in 2010. Forbes recognized Fayetteville among its Top 10 Suburbs for Retirement.
Although Fayetteville cannot be accessed directly from the major interstates (Highways 75 and 85), it still remains extremely easy to move about from city to city, with State Roads 85, 92 and 54 all running through the city. Despite its easy access to main Georgia roads, the city of Fayetteville, with a population of about 15,000, has managed to maintain a small and neighborly feel, which draws many to this affluent Atlanta suburb.
To really appreciate Fayetteville, though, you would really have to experience it -- up close and personal. The only question about this wonderful city is which part of Fayetteville to call home. Two of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Fayetteville include the New Hope and Starr’s Mill areas.
Top Neighborhoods in Fayetteville, GA
The New Hope area is easily accessible from State Highway 314 and State Highway 85. It is also located very close to the main retail areas in Fayetteville and is well-regarded for convenience, quality of life and proximity to great schools (including pre-schools). Starr’s Mill is a more historic area, located on the opposite side of Fayetteville. Named according to an old mill that was constructed much earlier and said to have been utilized by Creek and Cherokee Indians living in the area, the mill currently located in the area was actually a rebuild of the previous structure; the name Starr’s Mill is a nod to the owner of the mill at the time of its reconstruction, Henry Starr. Starr’s Mill High School was named, in 2005, as Georgia’s School of Excellence.
Shopping in Fayetteville, GA
The main retail area in Fayetteville, Georgia is the Fayette Pavilion. “The Pavilion”, as it is commonly referred to, is an open mall featuring several top retailers including Target, WalMart, Home Depot, JoAnn’s, Belk and Kohl’s, among others. Smaller local shops are also found inside of The Pavilion, as well as several restaurants. Kiko’s Japanese Steakhouse, This Is It BBQ, Panera Bread Company and Starbucks are all popular dining and cafe choices available inside the Pavilion.
If you cannot find what you’re looking for at ‘The Pavilion’, there are other smaller retail malls less than five minutes away, including Banks Station (which offers HoneyBaked Ham, Staples Office Supply and the Fayetteville Flea Market). Historic downtown Fayetteville also offers an eclectic mix of shops not found elsewhere, and is easily accessible on foot.
Other popular shopping choices available nearby include Ashley Park in nearby Newnan, GA (Coweta County), Southlake Mall in Morrow, GA (Clayton County), and South Point Mall in McDonough, GA (Henry County). Plus, Fayetteville is only 23 miles south of Atlanta, where a wide array of luxury shopping choices exist at both Lenox Square Mall and Phipps Plaza, among others.
Cultural Attractions in Fayetteville, GA
In 1996, Fayetteville was designated a Main Street City. Since that time, the downtown area has undergone a number of renovations, including the restoration of the historic landscape of the downtown area. The Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House Museum features several Old South artifacts and is a perfect place for history buffs. The Historic Train Depot, located off Lanier Avenue in Fayetteville, is now often used as an event space.
The Margaret Mitchell Library was organized by five local women in the 1920s; the women held fundraisers and worked diligently to raise money to have a building constructed. Margaret Mitchell (of Gone With The Wind fame) learned about the women’s efforts and decided to assist them with both books and funding--thus, the library, which opened in 1948, was named after her.
For a day of family fun in Fayetteville, GA, there is Fun Junction USA, located just off of GA Highway 85. Attractions at Fun Junction USA include go karts, amusement park rides and three miniature golf courses. Fayette County Parks and Recreation maintains a number of pristine parks around the county, including Kenwood Park, located just off of Georgia Highway 279. Kenwood Park features basketball courts, walking/biking trails, a paved track and a large pavilion area -- perfect for gatherings. Also nearby is Lake Horton Park. Located in the southern portion of Fayette County, this 82-acre park is adjacent to the 780-acre Lake Horton. Lake Horton Park features walking trails, boat ramps and a picnic area; however, no swimming is permitted.
Dining in Fayetteville, GA
Fayetteville, Georgia is chock full of fast food options, including Chik-Fil-A Dwarf House, Moe's Southwest Grill, McDonald’s, Zaxby’s, Taco Bell and International House of Pancakes. Also, a myriad of fast casual dining options are also readily available, including Applebee's, Ruby Tuesday, O'Charley's, La Parrilla Mexican Restaurant and Johnny’s New York Pizza and City Cafe and Bakery.
The area also has a number of popular independent local eateries, including Broadway Diner, This Is It BBQ (featuring home style southern cooking) and the more upscale and picturesque Frank’s At The Old Mill. Located just off of Highway 54, this Mediterranean bar and grill is a “unique destination spot” located in one of the oldest, most historic buildings in the area--perfect for a romantic dinner or a memorable evening out with friends.View Apartments in Fayetteville, Georgia
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