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856 Tanner Drive
Scottdale, GA
Updated August 18 at 3:00AM
2 Bedrooms
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718 E Ponce De Leon Avenue
Decatur Heights
Decatur, GA
Updated August 18 at 3:01AM
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3243 Valaire Drive
Decatur, GA
Updated August 20 at 11:24AM
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950 Homewood Ct
North Druid Woods
Decatur, GA
Updated August 19 at 10:08AM
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1116 N Valley Drive
North Druid Woods
Decatur, GA
Updated August 16 at 3:20AM
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City Guide
Moving to Scottdale

If you want to move to Scottdale, the town has a ton of housing options for you, including one-bedroom apartments, two-bedroom apartments and more. When planning to move to Scottdale, the first step is to gather any documents you might need to rent an apartment. The required documents really do depend on the specific demands of each particular landlord or management company, but one thing you can be sure of is you will probably need copies of your identification cards or papers, tax returns, proof of employment, proof of income, references from former landlords and bank statements.

When planning to move to Scottdale, plan your housing search around the spring or the fall. While Scottdale doesn't get particularly cold, it can get particularly hot in the summer. To boot, it is always humid. So, if you want a pleasant search, look in the more temperate months. At least you will be able to look through homes without breaking a sweat each time you leave.

Knowing Your Neighborhoods

One important step to take when moving to a new place is to do some research about the town and its neighborhoods. You want to make sure that if you are committing to a new home, you end up in the right place. This list contains some helpful info about what is what and where in Scottdale.

East Ponce de Leon Avenue: This is the center of town. Basically, all of the exciting commercial destinations are on this street, including shops, restaurants, business and entertainment. This area separates the town into east and west, and is certainly a town meeting place. This might be the most expensive real estate in town, so it is the place to search for apartments or find premier apartments in Scottdale.

Northwestern Scottdale: Northwestern Scottdale is closest to Atlanta, which means the property here is some of the most sought-after. Expect to pay a bit more for your place, but reap the benefits of being close to the big city.

Living in Scottdale

Scottdale is certainly considered a suburb, so many of the people in town commute. However, transportation is easy since the city is connected to major interstates. There is no public transportation, though, so it is best to have your own set of wheels to get around.

Of course, people in Scottdale like to work and play in Atlanta because they have access to some of the best culture and entertainment in the world. Sports lovers can attend Hawks basketball games, Braves baseball games and Falcons football games. Shoppers will delight in all the opportunities of the big city, and the city is rife with malls, including Lenox Square Mall, Phipps Plaza, Atlantic Station and more. There is a huge range of prices and products in Atlanta, so anyone can find what they are looking for. If you love the arts, you can see world-class theater at the Alliance or The Fox, both of which host traveling Broadway-caliber tours. There are also other types of entertainment in town, like the Georgia Aquarium, which hosts dolphin shows, and the Atlanta Botanical Garden, displaying beautiful flowers and plants.

Luckily, you don't have to leave your hometown every time you want to have fun if you live in Scottdale, which is rather convenient. The city actually has its own attractions, which make it a good place to sleep and play. On the central street in town, East Ponce de Leon Avenue, is most of the city's businesses and entertainment options. DeKalb Farmers Market is located here and draws people from all over the area for its fruit, vegetables, meats, honey and other fresh farm products. The street is also the location of many antique shops, where you can find vintage goods not only to outfit your closet with but also your home.

People in Scottdale value time spent outside and being active. That is why the city has so many parks, each of which is put to good, regular use. Cedar Park is a three-acre park that has tons of sports options; you can play basketball, use the playground or host a picnic with friends. Hamilton Recreation Center and Park is another great collection of sports fields. There is a softball field, football field, multi-use field, recreation center and playground. Needham Park is a nice green space in town with lots of room to relax or run around. One of the city's most popular parks is Tobie Grant Park. This 14-acre park includes a swimming pool and lots picnic areas. It also has some trails, so you can hike, even though you are landlocked in the middle of the flat country! Tobie Grant Park also has a great recreation center where community members meet and socialize. People also host private and community events there, so you can meet and make friends with your neighbors. Southern hospitality abounds here!