What Can You Rent For $2,000 in Piedmont Heights?

Get the rest, seclusion and quiet you’ll need while getting you chance to enjoy the lively bustle of Atlanta, whenever you feel like it.

A refuge surrounded by greenery. Photo courtesy of Zillow.

Piedmont Heights offers an urban feel that perfectly sits in between the trendy vibe of Midtown and the affluent allure of Buckhead. Residents get easy, unhampered access to the best in bars, restaurants, coffee shops and parks. It’s a refuge that will provide you with the rest, seclusion and quiet you’ll need while giving you a chance to enjoy the lively bustle of Atlanta.

Convinced of making Piedmont Heights your new home? Then, check out these rental apartments you can call home for just around $2,000.

An Apartment In A Resort-Like Gated Complex — Starting at $1,400

An apartment in a resort-like gated complex. Photo courtesy of Zillow.

Morningside Courts is a charming gated apartment neighborhood in the center of Midtown, conveniently situated between Buckhead and Downtown Atlanta. The community’s recently renovated one- and two-bedroom apartment units come with brand-new stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and a fireplace. The fact that this apartment and neighborhood are pet-friendly is definitely a plus. The place also features shared amenities like a stunning resort-style pool that’s ideal for lap swimming, grilling out or simply unwinding with friends and neighbors. There’s also a lovely picnic area and a brand-new gym.

A Place You’re Encouraged To Customize With a Fresh Coat of Your Favorite Color — Starting at $1,400

A place where you’re encouraged to customize with a fresh coat of your favorite color. Photo courtesy of Zillow.

No other Atlanta neighborhood can claim to be so close to Piedmont Park, Midtown, Virginia Highland, and Buckhead at the same time than Monroe. It’s a place that’s close to the home of the city’s unrivaled selection of dining options, retail stores and nightlife. These apartments are just a short distance from GA Highway 400 and Interstate 85. The brick building and craftsman-style architecture of the building are nothing short of timeless and old-world charming. But as soon as you walk in the door, you get to experience all the modern amenities that make a house wonderful. Tenants are even encouraged to personalize their rental units with a fresh coat of paint in their favorite color. And that speaks to the kind of environment you’ll get living in this neighborhood.

A Refuge Surrounded by Greenery — Starting at $1,400

A refuge surrounded by greenery. Photo courtesy of Zillow.

Ansley Forest offers rental studios, starting at $1,400, all the way to three-bedroom apartments, going up to $3,000. The neighborhood feels like a refuge from the city’s modern skyline as the apartments are surrounded by greenery. Each apartment includes air conditioners, ceiling fans and energy-efficient appliances. The place also promotes green and healthy living through the bike racks scattered all around and the fully functional fitness center. Pets are very much welcome in this rental community.


A Duplex on a Sprawling 1,000 sq. ft. Property — $2,200

A duplex on a sprawling 1,000 sq. ft. property. Photo courtesy of Zillow.

This rental apartment is a newly renovated duplex that features two homes with two bedrooms with one full bath, and it sits on a sprawling 1,000 sq. ft. property. The unit features hardwood floors, a dryer and a washer. Plus, there’s plenty of parking space enough for two vehicles. It’s near the open-air Ansley Mall, Piedmont Park and the Beltline trail — which is home to some of the best Black-owned food places in Atlanta like Not As Famous Cookie Company, Good As Burgers and Cococakes by Coco.

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