First, let's set the backdrop. A historiccity, Carrollton was chartered in 1826, getting its name from the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence. Shortly after, the towns people built their town square, deemed Adamson Square, laid brick roads, and constructed the historic homes and buildings that you can still see to this day. Modern-day Adamson Square is home to local cafes, a coffee shop, live music, and the oldest bookstore in Georgia. When Carrolltonians aren't getting all nostalgic in this historic downtown setting, you will find them in the city's impressive parks all with equally impressive facilities. From the sports fields to the skate park, no facility goes unloved. Nearby Tanner Park is a great escape for a campout on the lake, and the McIntosh Reserve is a nice green stretch of beauty on the Chattahoochee River.
Rental rates give renters a wide range to consider. Cheap apartments for rent in aging brick buildings, trailer homes, and teeny-tiny itsby-bitsy standalone rental homes can be found. There are some apartment communities, which offer affordability, more amenities, and larger floor plans. If you're able to spend more, then you can find some really nice multi-story townhouses, as well as a couple of those stunning white-painted colonial-style rental homes that look like a page right out of Southern Living.
Since many renters don't move into town with washing machines and workout equipment, it's nice to have a couple of apartment communities with long lists of amenities. Things like laundry facilities, fitness centers, and swimming pools can really make life easier. However, the amenities of rental homes, such as large yards, privacy, and your own four walls under a roof can be a very tempting offer as well. Luckily, you have both to choose from.
Looking for a pet friendly pad? No problem. Carrollton has plenty of pet friendly apartments and rental homes. Even dog friendly property rentals are easy to come by. And, with all of the amazing parks in town, you and your canine friends will always have new places to explore.
That's about the thick of things in the Carrollton renting scene. Enjoy the staying in Carrollton!