Savannah is the oldest city in Georgia and has numerous studio apartments available for rent. The port city of Savannah was established in 1733; eventually, it was chosen as the British colony capital. By 2014, its population had reached 370,000 residents. Its nickname is the "Hostess City of the South."
The city played an important role in both the American Revolution and the Civil War due to its strategic location on the Atlantic Ocean and Savannah River. In fact, General William T. Sherman's "March to the Sea" was aimed at reaching Savannah. The city served as the location for sailing races during the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics.
Locals rave about the White Stone Fountain, City Market (no cars allowed) and River Street (old cobblestones). The historical district, Tybee Beach Club and Savannah Theatre are other popular destinations. The city also has one of the largest Saint Patrick's Day Festivals in the world. Chatham Area Transit (CAT) is the public system for the area. Review your choices on Rent.com to find affordable Savannah, Georgia, studio apartments.
Budget-conscious individuals may prefer renting a Georgia studio apartment to save money on housing. Typically, renters might be going to college or just out of college when searching for a studio apartment. Graduate student studio renters might not need as much space as other renters.
Generally, you will be able to find more affordable studios in the outer suburbs of the city. Downtown studios offer more luxury amenities, especially in high-rise apartment complexes. Of course, you will be able to enjoy the nightlife much more easily when you live in the center of town.
There are many different rents for studios, but an average of about $600 to $900 per month can be expected.
When you are looking for your first studio apartment, check out this useful Rent.com blog article and write down your priorities. Laundry, air conditioning, commuting time and price are some of the most important criteria. Pick the best studio apartment on Rent.com that fulfills all of your needs.
Studio apartments usually have one big room where you can cook, rest and sleep; studios are listed under "0" bedrooms because the bedroom is not a separate room. Studio apartments may be in single-level complexes or in high-rise developments. Dishwashers, garbage disposals, refrigerators, air conditioning and wireless Internet access are standard. Some might have a laundry room.
You can expect to find studio apartments ranging from 400 to 800 square feet on average.