The Reserve at Athens is good quality student accommodation located at 175, International Dr, in Athens, Georgia. So if you are looking for cool off-campus student living near the University of Georgia and Piedmont College, this is the perfect community suitable for both local and international students. The property has great amenities like a saltwater pool and lit-up tennis courts for a night match game.
The Reserve at Athens has so many community amenities and superb in-apartment hookups that you will never want to leave. To appeal to the more serious studious students there is a computer lab with Macs and PCs along with free printing and private study rooms. There is also a business centre in case you need to organise group study sessions. After that come and relax in the saltwater pool or under the adjoining outdoor pavilion. For fitness there are many sports zones to choose from. Play basketball or volleyball and tennis even after dark on the lighted tennis courts. Indoor games include shooting pool and ping pong. There is a tanning salon, clubhouse and a breakfast/ coffee concierge for you to grab a bite to eat on your way to college every morning. The apartments have 2 and 3 bedroom floor plans and are well furnished with washer-dryer sets, dishwasher, microwave, disposal, range and refrigerator. Pet friendly and gated, this community is like no other in the vicinity.
Trash Removal, sewer, water and air conditioning are covered by your rental payouts.
Security and Maintenance
The community is gated for adding to security systems and for maintenance there is an on-site manager present at all times.
The Athens transit bus line is right outside the community gates. There is also a new nightlife shuttle that runs from 11PM to 2:30 AM.
Things to do nearby
The Georgia Museum of Natural History is known for its exhaustive displays showcasing the earth’s story and you can get there in 10 minutes.
Drive 3 miles to enjoy animal watching, feeding and petting to your heart’s content at the Bear Hollow Zoo.
If nature is what appeals to you, head to the State Botanical Gardens of Georgia or Trial Gardens at UGA.