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91 apartments for rent near Canton, GA

Canton Mill Lofts
549 Riverstone Pkwy
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1 Bed
$680
2 Bed
$750
Atlantic BridgeMill
1000 Preston Glen Cir
1 Bed
$995
2 Bed
$1,085
3 Bed
$1,250
Heritage at Riverstone
101 Heritage Dr
1 Bed
$850
2 Bed
$940
3 Bed
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108 Transart Parkway
Canton
4 Bed
$2,390
Cartersville St
Canton
3 Bed
$925
438 Orchid Lane
Canton
4 Bed
$1,599
215 Forest Trace
Canton
4 Bed
$1,600
309 Oakview Way
Canton
3 Bed
$1,295
Valdosta Ave
Canton
4 Bed
$1,495
522 Blue Mountain Rise
Canton
5 Bed
$1,950
502 Fable Lane
Canton
3 Bed
$1,350
301 Saddle Wood Drive
Canton
4 Bed
$1,609
633 Ocean Ave
Canton
4 Bed
$1,609
917 Sublime Trl
Canton
4 Bed
$1,595
507 Sapphire Valley Lane
Canton
3 Bed
$1,495
103 Mountain Brook Drive
Canton
Studio
$475
304 Wildflower Walk
Canton
5 Bed
$2,800
505 Broughton Drive
Canton
4 Bed
$1,379
203 Woodland Way
Canton
3 Bed
$1,250
605 Cedar Place
Canton
3 Bed
$1,349
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City Guide
Canton
A City That's More Down to Earth

Keepin' it Real

City traditions like Summer Movies in the Park and fireworks on Labor Day Weekend help maintain Canton's image as a much more average place to call home than it's namesake on Serenity. A quality farmer's market and First Friday events help out as well. First Fridays see live music, food, vendors, and a classic car show, Theater fans can see live performances at the Canton Theater. In short, it's a city that has worked to capture the best of small town Americana and keep it, even while moving into the role of rapidly growing suburb. Canton retains all of the charms, and all of the idiosyncrasies, of the South. 

Renting and Living in Canton

Growing Pains

All of the recent growth means the city has to constantly be looking at transportation improvements and utility upgrades to handle new subdivisions. Inevitably, that leads to traffic bottlenecks and drivers frustrated with the rapidly growing populations of orange traffic cones. Of course once you are home, you get to experience living in quality properties with modern amenities in newer rental condos and apartments. Get to know your new neighbors as they are likely new too. Over 60 percent of households are made up of people who came to town since 2005. 

Finding Your New Home

Getting a rental in Canton is relatively easy, thanks to a vacancy rate over 12 percent. That means you have a lot to choose from, so don't feel compelled to pounce on the first property you see, but take some time to check things out. The median rent isn't too high, but of course that can vary widely in each part of town. Rental condos are common, thanks to the big numbers built in recent years. Don't be afraid to search for units with all bills paid. Wouldn't it be nice to not have to think about utility bills? 

Planning Issues

To get almost anywhere in the greater Atlanta area means struggling with bad traffic brought about by years of short-sighted planning, especially with regard to rapidly growing suburbs. Public transportation options are few, so be prepared to depend on your car to get you where you are going, and allow some extra time to get there. 

Recreation

Canton is situated close to extensive outdoor opportunities. Hiking trails, rivers, lakes, streams, and mountain biking runs are all close. Getting away from the heat and humidity of a Georgia summer in a nice river or lake is a time-honored tradition. All of the attractions of the Atlanta metro are nearby, making Canton a small town within easy reach of city amenities.