Polo Club wants you to Join The Team!! Just minutes from the University of Georgia off of College Station Road with spacious two, three and four bedroom apartments in five unique floor plans, Polo Club has the perfect bedroom for your college needs. Beautiful apartments featuring modern furniture with individual leasing, we leave all the hassles of renting behind! Apartments include washers and dryers, high definition televisions, balconies and patios, and individual bathrooms. Whether you prefer high energy activities such as swimming, water or sand volleyball, tennis, basketball or more relaxing pursuits such as a game of pool, watching your favorite movie on our big screen TVs in the 24 hour clubhouse or enjoying our outdoor fireplace, you are sure to fall in love with Polo Club! Please keep in mind that the Polo Club does lease per bedroom.
Leases: 12 months. Rental rates shown for 2 or more bedrooms are per bedroom per month.
The people are lovely.
Friendly residents and great location
the front office and manager try to trick you to pay more utility fee and online monthly fee. if you tell them, they will find unreasonable excuse to tell you have to paid it.
It's not too bad. But, they do have a bug problem. Also it's not as pet friendly as they say. There's no place for the animals to run outside.. And lastly, they nickel and dime you. They'll charge you for everything they can.
As a young professional, I would discourage anyone over the age of 22 from living here; this was a highly disappointing experience, and I was eager to move out after about a month. I came to Athens for a job with the University of Georgia on short notice, and took over a lease from a former resident. The first issue was that the resident whose lease I took over had told me that she and the roommate who were moving out would be choosing the roommates who would be moving in; this did not happen. Management took full control over this, and I had no idea who I was living with until the day I moved in (I will concede that the former resident was likely lying about her control over this portion of the move, yet it was still very stressful that management provided me with little to no information about the situation). Upon move in, I discovered that the housing was fairly dirty, poorly maintained, and all around cheap - just like a dorm. While I believe this is perfectly acceptable for an undergraduate looking for a temporary situation, I was very unhappy with the apartment. There are plenty of apartments/houses that are a)better maintained and b)better suited for older students/professionals; these are not them.