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115 apartments for rent near Conyers, GA

Terraces at Fieldstone
50 Loch Haven Dr SE
1 Bed
$788
2 Bed
$808
3 Bed
$1,008
Village at Almand Creek
1825 Parker Rd SE
1 Bed
$835
2 Bed
$986
3 Bed
$1,099
Summerset
50 Greenleaf Rd
1 Bed
$785
2 Bed
$830
3 Bed
$1,010
Meadow Crossing
1190 Mill Crest Walk NW
2 Bed
$650
2930 David Lane
Conyers
3 Bed
$925
192 Odyssey Turn
Conyers
3 Bed
$1,050
2784 Coventry Green
Conyers
3 Bed
$850
Laurel Ln
Conyers
3 Bed
$975
2981 David Ln
Conyers
3 Bed
$1,025
Almand Branch Rd SE
Conyers
5 Bed
$1,580
Lakeridge Dr SE
Conyers
4 Bed
$1,070
898 Sugar Creek Dr
Conyers
4 Bed
$1,500
1043 Wedgewood Court
Conyers
4 Bed
$1,250
2618 Country Trace
Conyers
3 Bed
$800
Hidden Shoals Dr SE
Conyers
3 Bed
$1,245
1160 Forest Villa Dr
Conyers
2 Bed
$850
1579 Picadilly Ct NE
Conyers
3 Bed
$1,195
205 Thorn Berry Way
Conyers
4 Bed
$1,600
2013 Briar Creek Court
Conyers
3 Bed
$1,000
2508 Highland Dr SE
Conyers
4 Bed
$1,194
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City Guide
Conyers
Moving to Conyers

Want to move to Conyers? About 45% of homes are owned here, while 40% are rented, so no matter whether you're looking to settle down and plant roots or just want to live somewhere short-term, theres a good chance the city will have a home for you. Conyers gets extremely hot and humid in the summer; that goes along with the being-in-Georgia-territory. So, if you want a pleasant apartment search, start it in fall or early spring. The weather can be beautiful in the cooler months, and you'll be able to appreciate all the beautiful flora and fauna that exists in the Georgia countryside.

Neighborhoods in Conyers

Despite its small size, Conyers has managed to squeeze in a few different neighborhoods, including the following:

City Center: You'll find lots of apartment complexes, high-rises and smaller homes to choose from here. The rent is also on the affordable side.$$

Route 155/E. Fairview Rd. SW: This is a more upscale neighborhood, with rental rates that are quite a bit higher than average. There aren't too many apartments here; it's mostly single-family homes.$$$

Old Covington Rd. NE/Gees Mill Rd. NE: This is another area with a mix of apartment complexes, high-rise residences and single-family houses. The rent is only slightly higher than average.$$

Living in Conyers

Sports are big in the city. It was home to some official complexes when the Olympics where held here in 1996; the equestrian and mountain biking events happened here. The city built the Georgia International Horse Park for the games, and the park is still in use today. Also, the town formed a semi-professional soccer team called the Georgia Revolution, which now competes nationally. So, if you want to call Conyers home, you better like sports or get used to living around people who play them and are avid fans mostly of the nearby Atlanta teams.

For quiet country living, you cant really do better than Conyers. Its near Atlanta, yet you wont pay anything like Atlanta prices. If you can look past the black marks on the school records here, you will surely find it to be a great place to raise a family or build a life.

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