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4465 Brookridge Drive
4465 Brookridge Drive
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1706 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 11:28 AM
3 Bed 2.5 Bath Jewel of the South in Loganville! - Fantastic 2-Story home with 3 bedrooms 2.5 bath. Home has a formal dining room and family room with great hardwood floors and a large eat-in kitchen.
1 Unit Available
2820 Ozora Church Road
2820 Ozora Church Road
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1748 sqft
Last updated June 25 at 05:37 PM
Remodeled 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Tri-Level with plenty of front and rear yard space for your next family function! Warm and Rustic Hardwood Floors throughout the main living areas with tile floors on the lower level.
1 Unit Available
1767 Summit Creek Way
1767 Summit Creek Way Southwest
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,349
1521 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
LIFE SIMPLIFIED Take a look at this beautiful home featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and approximately 1,521 square feet. Enjoy the freedom of a virtually maintenance free lifestyle while residing in a great community.
1 Unit Available
2002 Red Rose Lane
2002 Red Rose Lane
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,249
1300 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Roomy Ranch Home with a Huge Backyard Take a look at this beautiful home featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and approximately 1,300 square feet. Enjoy the freedom of a virtually maintenance free lifestyle while residing in a great community.
1 Unit Available
3429 Woodruff Ridge Ln
3429 Woodruff Ridge Lane Southwest
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1474 sqft
Last updated March 9 at 09:52 PM
Wow, pride of ownership, hardwood flooring, large rooms, fireplace, privacy fence, large deck, 2 car garage, wireless alarm, private and wooded yard, vaulted ceilings, stainless appliances, must see!
1 Unit Available
1737 Summit Creek Way
1737 Summit Creek Way Southwest
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1816 sqft
Last updated October 3 at 10:00 PM
This home is offered exclusively by Brandywine Homes USA. Our ideal tenant earns 3.5 times the monthly rent; has no history of eviction filings, felonies, violent crimes or fraud, and a good credit history.
1 Unit Available
3195 Wellbrook Drive
3195 Wellbrook Dr
Gwinnett County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,595
2616 sqft
Last updated August 20 at 10:26 PM
Beautiful 3bd/2ba Brick Front Home In Lake Wellbrook Subdivision. This Home Has A Large Open Floor Plan With A Spacious Eat-in Kitchen That Has Tons Of Cabinets And Counter Space.
1 Unit Available
2401 Three Bars Drive
2401 Three Bars Drive
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1605 sqft
Last updated April 3 at 11:37 AM
There is much to love about this move in ready home! Recent updates include features like a neutral color scheme, the installation of stylish fixtures, professionally installed flooring, and so much more! As a bonus, the kitchen comes fully equipped
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7 Units Available
The Square at Lawrenceville
255 Honeysuckle Cir
Lawrenceville, GA
2 Bedrooms
$1,260
1082 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,460
1308 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 03:06 PM
Knollwood Park is now The Square at Lawrenceville! Welcome to The Square at Lawrenceville, a newly renovated community featuring two and three-bedroom apartments in Lawrenceville, GA.
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92 Units Available
SouthLawn Lawrenceville
30 S Clayton St
Lawrenceville, GA
Studio
$1,110
646 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,235
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1082 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 01:44 PM
Located just 30 miles northeast of Atlanta, Lawrenceville’s SouthLawn is a 33-acre mixed-use community with a blend of refined apartments, spacious townhomes, stylish single family homes, and abundant retail.
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2 Units Available
Oaks at New Hope
239 New Hope Rd
Lawrenceville, GA
1 Bedroom
$845
822 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,010
1086 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 23 at 01:43 PM
Discover your new home at Oaks at New Hope! Conveniently located near the heart of Lawrenceville, our community offers numerous dining, shopping, and entertainment options right outside of your front door.
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4 Units Available
Mulberry Place
158 Paper Mill Rd
Lawrenceville, GA
2 Bedrooms
$998
1094 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,143
1280 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 01:43 PM
MULTI-MILLION RENOVATION IN PROGRESS > Conveniently located near the heart of Lawrenceville, Mulberry Place offers numerous dining, shopping, and entertainment options right outside of your front door.
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10 Units Available
Sugar Mill
855 Walther Blvd
Lawrenceville, GA
1 Bedroom
$1,073
789 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,609
1220 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,640
1613 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 01:43 PM
Units feature laundry, patio or balcony, and hardwood floors. Great location close to shopping, dining and entertainment. Community includes tennis court, athletic club and social lounge.
Verified
14 Units Available
The Views at Jacks Creek
2300 Country Walk SW
Snellville, GA
1 Bedroom
$975
775 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,390
1108 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,585
1386 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 01:43 PM
Offering 1-3 bedroom units, this development is pet-friendly and features ceiling fans, fireplaces, available sunrooms, vaulted ceilings and W/D hookups. The community also has 24-hour maintenance and gated entry.
Verified
16 Units Available
Columns at Paxton Lane
4305 Paxton Ln SW
Lilburn, GA
1 Bedroom
$1,140
862 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,440
1154 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 23 at 01:43 PM
The Columns at Paxton Lane is where you will find pure, simple luxury in the heart of lovely northeast Atlanta.
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3 Units Available
Ashford Way Apartments
370 Hurricane Shoals Rd NW
Lawrenceville, GA
1 Bedroom
$870
620 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$941
878 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 12:25 PM
At Ashford Way Apartments in Lawrenceville, Georgia, you will find spacious 1 and 2 bedroom apartment homes, at a price that does not require sacrifice.
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3 Units Available
Ridgewood
419 Hurricane Shoals Rd
Lawrenceville, GA
1 Bedroom
$880
627 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$980
805 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated January 23 at 12:22 PM
Located off of Hurricane Shoals in Lawrenceville, Ridgewood Apartments is a 52 unit community offering the opportunity to be part of a small tight-knit community.
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Keswick Village
2811 Keswick Village Ct
Conyers, GA
1 Bedroom
$960
804 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,020
1123 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,220
1455 sqft
Last updated January 22 at 12:33 AM
At Keswick Village, we're connecting people and communities, one home at a time.
1 Unit Available
1958 Paxton Ridge Lane
1958 Paxton Lane
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1738 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 03:04 PM
Available Soon! Townhome with beautiful granite kitchen counter tops with separate island and walk-in pantry. Open concept living and dining area.The main level features hardwood floors, 9 ft ceilings and an electric fireplace.
1 Unit Available
1831 Lily Valley Drive
1831 Lily Valley Drive
Gwinnett County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$1,970
1987 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 03:04 PM
This beautiful 4 bedroom/2.5 bathroom home offers granite counter tops in the kitchen and baths, crown molding with trey ceiling in the owners suite, arched doorways, a two car garage, an open floor concept on the main level and a loft area upstairs.
1 Unit Available
2831 Tony Drive
2831 Tony Drive
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1536 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 03:04 PM
'Ready Now! This home is vacant' Stunningly renovated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home in Lawrenceville. This home features all new flooring, paint, counters and stainless steel appliances. Call today, this won't last long!
1 Unit Available
399 SIMONTON OAKS Lane
399 Simonton Oak Lane Southeast
Gwinnett County, GA
4 Bedrooms
$2,000
3075 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 03:04 PM
Meticulously maintained home( Mr. and Mrs. Clean lived here) in great location. Light, bright and airy with open concept kitchen, an island and lots of cabinet space.
1 Unit Available
1777 Paxton Drive
1777 Paxton Lane
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1804 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 03:04 PM
Luxury 3 bedrooms 2.5 bath Townhouse! Wide open floor plan. Look out from your large Kitchen with upgrades and breakfast bar onto your Dining and Living Rooms.
1 Unit Available
200 Kentshire Place
200 Kentshire Place Southwest
Gwinnett County, GA
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1520 sqft
Last updated January 23 at 03:04 PM
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE FOR RENT IN LAWRENCEVILLE !!TOTALLY RENOVATED ,3 BEDROOMS,2 BATHS 1/2 BATH ,NEW HARDWOOD FLOOR,NEW PAINT,GRANITE COUNTERS,DECK.GREAT LOCATION CLOSE TO I-85 AND 316. MUST TO SEE!! READY TO MOVE!!
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Apartment Rentals in Loganville start at $1,600/month.
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While some Loganville properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Loganville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Clark Atlanta University, Emory University, Georgia State University, Morehouse College, and Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Loganville. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Clark Atlanta University, Emory University, Georgia State University, Morehouse College, and Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus.

City Guide

Loganville
Did you know that the town of Loganville, GA was purchased for a whopping $150? That might seem like a crazy price today, but the lot on which the town was founded was purchased in 1842, making the price seem a bit more reasonable.
Did you know that the town of Loganville, GA was purchased for a whopping $150? That might seem like a crazy price today, but the lot on which the town was founded was purchased in 1842, making the price seem a bit more reasonable.

Loganville might be small, but its spirit is mighty. Loganville has an estimated population of around 10,458 people (according to the last census), covering an area of 6 square miles, and its residents do a lot to make the most of their community. Located in Gwinnett County, which is Atlanta-adjacent, Loganville residents seem to take pride in living next to one of the largest metropolitan communities in the United States while still maintaining a small-town feel. Loganville is a city intent on changing public perception and it happens to be an earnest cause. If relocating to Loganville is in the works for your future, you won't be disappointed.

Moving to Loganville

If you have an unsteady rental history that comes along with issues that require extra explanation (disputes, evictions, foreclosures), it's not the end of the world in Loganville. People here seem to really get that crap does, indeed, happen. However, it doesn't mean you should spin a yarn about your past circumstances. Be upfront, be honest, but most of all, be genuine. People here can probably relate to life circumstances if you just 'fess up. If you don't need to, that's awesome. If you need to, speak up and don't sweat too much. You may just end up with a new coffee buddy.

In general, rental policies here are pretty standard. When looking at prospective apartments, be sure to bring all the documents landlords love-proof of income, a credit report, and references from your previous landlord. Don't have landlord references? Not to worry: Personal references will do in a pinch.

Moving to Loganville
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If you have an unsteady rental history that comes along with issues that require extra explanation (disputes, evictions, foreclosures), it's not the end of the world in Loganville. People here seem to really get that crap does, indeed, happen. However, it doesn't mean you should spin a yarn about your past circumstances. Be upfront, be honest, but most of all, be genuine. People here can probably relate to life circumstances if you just 'fess up. If you don't need to, that's awesome. If you need to, speak up and don't sweat too much. You may just end up with a new coffee buddy.

In general, rental policies here are pretty standard. When looking at prospective apartments, be sure to bring all the documents landlords love-proof of income, a credit report, and references from your previous landlord. Don't have landlord references? Not to worry: Personal references will do in a pinch.

Loganville Neighborhoods

If you're looking for apartments to rent in Loganville, there may be more than a few available.

Loganville is less comprised of subdivided titles and more so of street names. Finding a rental house or a rental apartment will be more about knowing where to look. So, let's start there.

North off Pecan Road

Even though Loganville is close to the ATL, it still holds onto its rural roots. That also means that certain rental properties are located on the hidden path, out of plain sight. Pecan Road is one of those country strolls that you take a drive down on a Sunday morning. Don't be surprised to find a quaint place for rent off the beaten path when looking, something you probably won't find online during the search process.

East-West on Route 20

Route 20 runs a long way throughout Gwinnett County and a healthy chunk of Georgia. The good news is that there are more than a few apartment communities along the way, including some that may fit your rental criteria. Take a look around this routes and see what the Big 20 may offer.

Southwest: Meridian Park and All-inclusive Communities

Okay, let's be real. Most communities that have school within walking distance tend to levy that attribute in housing and rental price. Though this area is home to a few schools, the prices here remain reasonable. If you will be on the hunt for rental houses, it might not be the worst idea for you to investigate the southwestern portion of Loganville. At worst, you may find yourself in another county or state (South Carolina is awfully close). At best, you may find yourself entrenched-and entranced by a brand-new community that truly wants you to join up.

Loganville Neighborhoods
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If you're looking for apartments to rent in Loganville, there may be more than a few available.

Loganville is less comprised of subdivided titles and more so of street names. Finding a rental house or a rental apartment will be more about knowing where to look. So, let's start there.

North off Pecan Road

Even though Loganville is close to the ATL, it still holds onto its rural roots. That also means that certain rental properties are located on the hidden path, out of plain sight. Pecan Road is one of those country strolls that you take a drive down on a Sunday morning. Don't be surprised to find a quaint place for rent off the beaten path when looking, something you probably won't find online during the search process.

East-West on Route 20

Route 20 runs a long way throughout Gwinnett County and a healthy chunk of Georgia. The good news is that there are more than a few apartment communities along the way, including some that may fit your rental criteria. Take a look around this routes and see what the Big 20 may offer.

Southwest: Meridian Park and All-inclusive Communities

Okay, let's be real. Most communities that have school within walking distance tend to levy that attribute in housing and rental price. Though this area is home to a few schools, the prices here remain reasonable. If you will be on the hunt for rental houses, it might not be the worst idea for you to investigate the southwestern portion of Loganville. At worst, you may find yourself in another county or state (South Carolina is awfully close). At best, you may find yourself entrenched-and entranced by a brand-new community that truly wants you to join up.

Living in Loganville

Music celebrations and seasonal festivals are common fare in Loganville, a city that makes an extra effort to include every resident in its activities. Get down with some homestyle country or folk tunes, or celebrate autumn in a citywide event. It might seem cheesy, but it's definitely not! Set your preconceptions aside and get ready for some old-time fun!

The city of Loganville is earnest about inclusion and eschews Old-South stereotypes; this is actually a city that has made progress and wants to make a lot more. If you are moving here from an out-of-state location, be prepared for genuine courtesy and formal greetings. If you've never been called ma'am or sir, get ready to own a new helm. The thing is no one has ill intent. When you're thanked, people mean it. Conversely, if you're lambasted, they mean it, too. Only, people will be extra sweet about chastising you. So, honestly, if you're dwelling in Loganville, practice common courtesy and you will master the art of Southern gentility.

One of the brightest jewels of Loganville is the Vines Botanical Gardens, a green paradise of various, exotic garden structures, complete with Japanese-inspired goldfish ponds, that is open to the public and also free to stroll through. After you're done savoring nature's wonders, savor a bit of the delicious fare in the on-site restaurant. If you're thinking about making a move there, this exquisite place is a must-see. However, there's much, much more to this northern Georgia town than the green thumbs of the Vines.

State Road 78 is the main vein of traffic coursing through this Georgia city. If you're a driver, you'll have no trouble hitting the road to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside.

As Loganville is located in a southern state, the temperatures tend to be traditionally warmer. The summers do get hot, so if you're not a fan of bright sun and humidity, take note.

Most people don't associate Georgia with mountains, but they should. The state is the southern end of the Appalachian range and it's easily visible in north Georgia. Loganville is close enough to the range to be a place of recreational importance and regional pride. Don't let being in the South relegate your recreational fun to beaches or theme-heavy water parks. If you live in Loganville, mountain hiking is an option, too. Choose to go upward in your travels and explore the southern reaches of Appalachia.

Living in Loganville
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Music celebrations and seasonal festivals are common fare in Loganville, a city that makes an extra effort to include every resident in its activities. Get down with some homestyle country or folk tunes, or celebrate autumn in a citywide event. It might seem cheesy, but it's definitely not! Set your preconceptions aside and get ready for some old-time fun!

The city of Loganville is earnest about inclusion and eschews Old-South stereotypes; this is actually a city that has made progress and wants to make a lot more. If you are moving here from an out-of-state location, be prepared for genuine courtesy and formal greetings. If you've never been called ma'am or sir, get ready to own a new helm. The thing is no one has ill intent. When you're thanked, people mean it. Conversely, if you're lambasted, they mean it, too. Only, people will be extra sweet about chastising you. So, honestly, if you're dwelling in Loganville, practice common courtesy and you will master the art of Southern gentility.

One of the brightest jewels of Loganville is the Vines Botanical Gardens, a green paradise of various, exotic garden structures, complete with Japanese-inspired goldfish ponds, that is open to the public and also free to stroll through. After you're done savoring nature's wonders, savor a bit of the delicious fare in the on-site restaurant. If you're thinking about making a move there, this exquisite place is a must-see. However, there's much, much more to this northern Georgia town than the green thumbs of the Vines.

State Road 78 is the main vein of traffic coursing through this Georgia city. If you're a driver, you'll have no trouble hitting the road to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside.

As Loganville is located in a southern state, the temperatures tend to be traditionally warmer. The summers do get hot, so if you're not a fan of bright sun and humidity, take note.

Most people don't associate Georgia with mountains, but they should. The state is the southern end of the Appalachian range and it's easily visible in north Georgia. Loganville is close enough to the range to be a place of recreational importance and regional pride. Don't let being in the South relegate your recreational fun to beaches or theme-heavy water parks. If you live in Loganville, mountain hiking is an option, too. Choose to go upward in your travels and explore the southern reaches of Appalachia.

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City Guide

Loganville
Did you know that the town of Loganville, GA was purchased for a whopping $150? That might seem like a crazy price today, but the lot on which the town was founded was purchased in 1842, making the price seem a bit more reasonable.
Did you know that the town of Loganville, GA was purchased for a whopping $150? That might seem like a crazy price today, but the lot on which the town was founded was purchased in 1842, making the price seem a bit more reasonable.

Loganville might be small, but its spirit is mighty. Loganville has an estimated population of around 10,458 people (according to the last census), covering an area of 6 square miles, and its residents do a lot to make the most of their community. Located in Gwinnett County, which is Atlanta-adjacent, Loganville residents seem to take pride in living next to one of the largest metropolitan communities in the United States while still maintaining a small-town feel. Loganville is a city intent on changing public perception and it happens to be an earnest cause. If relocating to Loganville is in the works for your future, you won't be disappointed.

Moving to Loganville

If you have an unsteady rental history that comes along with issues that require extra explanation (disputes, evictions, foreclosures), it's not the end of the world in Loganville. People here seem to really get that crap does, indeed, happen. However, it doesn't mean you should spin a yarn about your past circumstances. Be upfront, be honest, but most of all, be genuine. People here can probably relate to life circumstances if you just 'fess up. If you don't need to, that's awesome. If you need to, speak up and don't sweat too much. You may just end up with a new coffee buddy.

In general, rental policies here are pretty standard. When looking at prospective apartments, be sure to bring all the documents landlords love-proof of income, a credit report, and references from your previous landlord. Don't have landlord references? Not to worry: Personal references will do in a pinch.

Moving to Loganville
+

If you have an unsteady rental history that comes along with issues that require extra explanation (disputes, evictions, foreclosures), it's not the end of the world in Loganville. People here seem to really get that crap does, indeed, happen. However, it doesn't mean you should spin a yarn about your past circumstances. Be upfront, be honest, but most of all, be genuine. People here can probably relate to life circumstances if you just 'fess up. If you don't need to, that's awesome. If you need to, speak up and don't sweat too much. You may just end up with a new coffee buddy.

In general, rental policies here are pretty standard. When looking at prospective apartments, be sure to bring all the documents landlords love-proof of income, a credit report, and references from your previous landlord. Don't have landlord references? Not to worry: Personal references will do in a pinch.

Loganville Neighborhoods

If you're looking for apartments to rent in Loganville, there may be more than a few available.

Loganville is less comprised of subdivided titles and more so of street names. Finding a rental house or a rental apartment will be more about knowing where to look. So, let's start there.

North off Pecan Road

Even though Loganville is close to the ATL, it still holds onto its rural roots. That also means that certain rental properties are located on the hidden path, out of plain sight. Pecan Road is one of those country strolls that you take a drive down on a Sunday morning. Don't be surprised to find a quaint place for rent off the beaten path when looking, something you probably won't find online during the search process.

East-West on Route 20

Route 20 runs a long way throughout Gwinnett County and a healthy chunk of Georgia. The good news is that there are more than a few apartment communities along the way, including some that may fit your rental criteria. Take a look around this routes and see what the Big 20 may offer.

Southwest: Meridian Park and All-inclusive Communities

Okay, let's be real. Most communities that have school within walking distance tend to levy that attribute in housing and rental price. Though this area is home to a few schools, the prices here remain reasonable. If you will be on the hunt for rental houses, it might not be the worst idea for you to investigate the southwestern portion of Loganville. At worst, you may find yourself in another county or state (South Carolina is awfully close). At best, you may find yourself entrenched-and entranced by a brand-new community that truly wants you to join up.

Loganville Neighborhoods
+

If you're looking for apartments to rent in Loganville, there may be more than a few available.

Loganville is less comprised of subdivided titles and more so of street names. Finding a rental house or a rental apartment will be more about knowing where to look. So, let's start there.

North off Pecan Road

Even though Loganville is close to the ATL, it still holds onto its rural roots. That also means that certain rental properties are located on the hidden path, out of plain sight. Pecan Road is one of those country strolls that you take a drive down on a Sunday morning. Don't be surprised to find a quaint place for rent off the beaten path when looking, something you probably won't find online during the search process.

East-West on Route 20

Route 20 runs a long way throughout Gwinnett County and a healthy chunk of Georgia. The good news is that there are more than a few apartment communities along the way, including some that may fit your rental criteria. Take a look around this routes and see what the Big 20 may offer.

Southwest: Meridian Park and All-inclusive Communities

Okay, let's be real. Most communities that have school within walking distance tend to levy that attribute in housing and rental price. Though this area is home to a few schools, the prices here remain reasonable. If you will be on the hunt for rental houses, it might not be the worst idea for you to investigate the southwestern portion of Loganville. At worst, you may find yourself in another county or state (South Carolina is awfully close). At best, you may find yourself entrenched-and entranced by a brand-new community that truly wants you to join up.

Living in Loganville

Music celebrations and seasonal festivals are common fare in Loganville, a city that makes an extra effort to include every resident in its activities. Get down with some homestyle country or folk tunes, or celebrate autumn in a citywide event. It might seem cheesy, but it's definitely not! Set your preconceptions aside and get ready for some old-time fun!

The city of Loganville is earnest about inclusion and eschews Old-South stereotypes; this is actually a city that has made progress and wants to make a lot more. If you are moving here from an out-of-state location, be prepared for genuine courtesy and formal greetings. If you've never been called ma'am or sir, get ready to own a new helm. The thing is no one has ill intent. When you're thanked, people mean it. Conversely, if you're lambasted, they mean it, too. Only, people will be extra sweet about chastising you. So, honestly, if you're dwelling in Loganville, practice common courtesy and you will master the art of Southern gentility.

One of the brightest jewels of Loganville is the Vines Botanical Gardens, a green paradise of various, exotic garden structures, complete with Japanese-inspired goldfish ponds, that is open to the public and also free to stroll through. After you're done savoring nature's wonders, savor a bit of the delicious fare in the on-site restaurant. If you're thinking about making a move there, this exquisite place is a must-see. However, there's much, much more to this northern Georgia town than the green thumbs of the Vines.

State Road 78 is the main vein of traffic coursing through this Georgia city. If you're a driver, you'll have no trouble hitting the road to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside.

As Loganville is located in a southern state, the temperatures tend to be traditionally warmer. The summers do get hot, so if you're not a fan of bright sun and humidity, take note.

Most people don't associate Georgia with mountains, but they should. The state is the southern end of the Appalachian range and it's easily visible in north Georgia. Loganville is close enough to the range to be a place of recreational importance and regional pride. Don't let being in the South relegate your recreational fun to beaches or theme-heavy water parks. If you live in Loganville, mountain hiking is an option, too. Choose to go upward in your travels and explore the southern reaches of Appalachia.

Living in Loganville
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Music celebrations and seasonal festivals are common fare in Loganville, a city that makes an extra effort to include every resident in its activities. Get down with some homestyle country or folk tunes, or celebrate autumn in a citywide event. It might seem cheesy, but it's definitely not! Set your preconceptions aside and get ready for some old-time fun!

The city of Loganville is earnest about inclusion and eschews Old-South stereotypes; this is actually a city that has made progress and wants to make a lot more. If you are moving here from an out-of-state location, be prepared for genuine courtesy and formal greetings. If you've never been called ma'am or sir, get ready to own a new helm. The thing is no one has ill intent. When you're thanked, people mean it. Conversely, if you're lambasted, they mean it, too. Only, people will be extra sweet about chastising you. So, honestly, if you're dwelling in Loganville, practice common courtesy and you will master the art of Southern gentility.

One of the brightest jewels of Loganville is the Vines Botanical Gardens, a green paradise of various, exotic garden structures, complete with Japanese-inspired goldfish ponds, that is open to the public and also free to stroll through. After you're done savoring nature's wonders, savor a bit of the delicious fare in the on-site restaurant. If you're thinking about making a move there, this exquisite place is a must-see. However, there's much, much more to this northern Georgia town than the green thumbs of the Vines.

State Road 78 is the main vein of traffic coursing through this Georgia city. If you're a driver, you'll have no trouble hitting the road to explore the beautiful surrounding countryside.

As Loganville is located in a southern state, the temperatures tend to be traditionally warmer. The summers do get hot, so if you're not a fan of bright sun and humidity, take note.

Most people don't associate Georgia with mountains, but they should. The state is the southern end of the Appalachian range and it's easily visible in north Georgia. Loganville is close enough to the range to be a place of recreational importance and regional pride. Don't let being in the South relegate your recreational fun to beaches or theme-heavy water parks. If you live in Loganville, mountain hiking is an option, too. Choose to go upward in your travels and explore the southern reaches of Appalachia.