Augusta Rental Property

Everything updated. New heating and air, insulation, double paned windows…energy efficient. New kitchen. 10 Ft ceilings! Nice view of old museum and close to Augusta University and shopping. Yard is cut for you!


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This property for rent will not only give you comfort but will also satisfy your eyes as this is located near to many beautiful establishments.

Augusta epitomizes the Classic South. Founded as a trading post during the British colonial period, the city showcases Antebellum mansions, hallowed historic sites, and quiet, tree-lined avenues perfect for relaxing strolls.

While Augusta celebrates its colorful past, it is equally proud of its exciting present. Nestled on the banks of the mighty Savannah River, the Garden City is a blend of Southern charm and city fun. Arts and culture. Shopping and fine cuisine. Dynamic recreation. In no time at all, you’ll understand why Augusta is the best-kept secret along the Savannah River

Below is a snapshot of some of the many things to do in and around Augusta.

  1. Take a date at the Indian Queen, here and had a good time. It seems to be a local crowd, some medical and post-graduate. Not too loud with a great atmosphere and comfortable couches. Bartenders are friendly and make good drinks. It might have been a one-time thing but they use crushed ice which is weird for a bar and not right for so many cocktails.
  2. Have a nice walk on the river at the Riverwalk. They have great views and frozen lemonades. there’s always something to see. Boats on the river, people watching, kids playing or just taking a nice long walk. The parking is everywhere, so the short walk to get to the riverwalk is short distance away. If you get hungry there are numerous places to get a bite close by.
  3. Augusta Museum of History. This is a very informative and fun place to visit…especially when you are sweltering from a hot Augusta summer day.
    You’ll find yourself submerged in the relics from the Augusta National Golf Club and the history of the Masters Tournament.
    Don’t be surprised when you actually start dancing in the James Brown display…good luck being still.
    The gift shop allows you to take a little bit of Augusta home with you…but there is nothing with the ANGC or Masters’ Logo…those items are not available anywhere in town.
  4. Augusta Canal Discovery Center is a guided canal boat tours depart daily from the Augusta Canal Discovery Center, an interactive interpretive museum that tells the history of Augusta’s 1845 canal and industrial revolution in the American South. Housed in a 19th century cotton mill. Gift shop on site.

The city of Augusta is a saxophone riff on a cool, moonlit evening—the sort of smooth, storybook town that melts into the soul and leaves you feeling so good. Georgia’s second-oldest and second-largest city, Augusta strides that fine line between big city bustle and small-town charm, mixing retro-urban regality with just a pinch of hometown pride.