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Featured Apartments in Fayetteville, GA
No water bill...No gas bill...Total electric...
Fayetteville GA, 30215
Quiet, Rural Community Conveniently located 12 miles from Hartsfield-Jackson Intl Airport and Atlanta... Nestled in the heart of the #1 school district in the state of Georgia... Great Shopping and Dining Nearby... Rich, Beautiful Landscape, Sparkling Pool, Fitness Center...Fireplace with Gas Starter and Washer/Dryer Connections in Every Apartment...
Fayetteville GA, 30214
Our wonderful community is the most desired in all of Fayette County. We are nicely secluded off of HWY 54, which contributes to very little in and out traffic. Fayette Count School District includes: Fayette High School, Fayette Middle, Fayette Intermediate, and Hood Avenue Elementary, which are just minutes away from our community. Peace and quiet within wooded surroundings. Close proximity to local highways, shopping and medical centers.
Fayetteville GA, 30214
Modern architectural design...Easy access to I-20...
Fayetteville GA, 30013
Best apartment value in Atlanta! Million Dollar Renovation! Presidential apartments ready to move in!
Fayetteville GA, 30337
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Overview of Fayetteville
Conveniently located 22 miles south of Atlanta, the city of Fayetteville is a charming community with a storied past and bright future. With its low crime, excellent schools, and low cost of living, it is no surprise that many people in the Atlanta metropolitan area are finding excellent Fayetteville apartments for rent. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the 2011 estimated population was more than 16,000, making Fayetteville a fantastic place to enjoy a small-town atmosphere with all the amenities of a metropolis just mere minutes away.
Living in Fayetteville, GA
Fayetteville was named after the Marquis de Lafayette, a French nobleman who was instrumental in guiding George Washington to victory during the Revolutionary War. Incorporated in 1821, the city suffered a devastating fire just six years later but bounced back quickly by rebuilding homes and developing a beautiful downtown square. The town remained quiet and quaint through the Civil War and Reconstruction, and saw significant growth when the railroad came into the town. As more businesses planted their roots in the Fayetteville area, the city blossomed into the charming Southern small town that it is today.
Fayetteville Attractions and Special Events
One of the events that the community looks forward to every year is the Summer Concert Series at the Southern Ground Amphitheater. Featuring music from classic country to British Invasion-era rock, this annual music festival helps maintain the historical integrity of the town and gives the community the chance to revitalize the preservation of the downtown district.
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