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Old 04-05-2008, 09:35 PM
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Moving to Atlanta in the next couple of months... Does anyone have any advice on Midtown neighborhoods vs. Buckhead neighborhoods? Would it be feasible for us to find a 2 BD rental home (preferably recently renovated) for around $1200-$1500/mo in any of the neighborhoods in these areas? Also, is their a decent amount of availability as far as rental properties in the area or does it tend to be sparse for single family rental homes? Any specific neighborhoods that may be a little easier for access to 400? Any information would be greatly appreciated, thank you very much in advance!
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Old 04-05-2008, 09:46 PM
Location: West Cobb County, GA (Atlanta metro)
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You'll have easier access to 400 via the Buckhead area but Midtown isn't that much worse. Virginia Highlands is a nice "village" type neighborhood next to Midtown and the park, too. Pushing it at that price range somewhat, but if you check Craigslist.com you may be able to find something. Stay on top of it because stuff at that price would go very quickly.
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Old 05-25-2009, 06:48 PM
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Buckhead is right off of 400. Midtown is close. Probably not possible to rent a SFH in Buckhead for that price range, would be pushing it in Midtown too. You might try Candler Park - great historic Bungalows, close to Midtown, but further south and east. Virginia Highlands and Morningside are both great neighborhoods, as is Vinings. Sandy Springs has some nice areas, still inside the perimeter and off of 400 too.
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