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Perched atop the western bank of the mighty Savannah River, Augusta has a long and storied history as the center of Georgia's textile industry. Today, it boasts a vibrant medical cluster and attracts thousands of tourists each year with its beautiful natural environment and cultural points of interest.

Augusta is also renowned for its small-town feel and low cost of living. Once you start searching for apartments for rent in Augusta, you'll be amazed at how far your money goes here.

Augusta also has an amazing medical system, with numerous facilities throughout the city, including Trinity Hospital of Augusta, Lighthouse Care Center of Augusta, Walton Rehabilitation Hospital and Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center.


Sorting through the hundreds of available apartments in Augusta, GA can feel like a major challenge. Whether you need a one-bedroom or two-bedroom efficiency apartment in a secure, centrally located building or prefer three-bedroom or four-bedroom Augusta, Apartment Guide can help you search for the perfect place without leaving your current home.

If you need a pet-friendly loft space near University Hospital or prefer a suburban-style community with covered parking and in-suite laundry machines, our customized search feature can point you in the right direction.

Apartment Guide can also help you find Augusta GA apartments close to your school or workplace. For comprehensive access to the best apartments in Augusta, Apartment Guide can't be beaten. Here are just a few of our favorite neighborhoods.

  • Belair: You’ll need access to a car if you live in Belair. Thankfully, average commute times are less than 30 minutes and street parking is easy. The neighborhood is quiet, safe and pet-friendly.
  • Downtown: Schools are above average here and residents give it an A-rating based on the cultural and economic diversity of the area. Residents say you get the best of both worlds here: great city amenities (restaurants, shops, etc.) with a small-town vibe.
  • Goshen: Safe, quiet, well-maintained and ideal for families, Goshen is a lovely community. They even have a golf course. The Goshen Plantation Golf Club has great greens and is run by a friendly staff.
  • Lake Aumond: This is one of the top neighborhoods in the entire state. Regarding affordability, it costs less to live here than the national average but costs a bit more than other areas in Georgia and Augusta. Crime in the area is 25 percent lower than the rest of the U.S., so it’s a safe place to call home!
  • Meadowbrook: While there are some families in the area, most residents are single or couples. Only about 40 percent of the residents say it’s a good neighborhood for children to play outside. For those who live here, they appreciate the well-kept yards and easy street parking. The walkability and bike scores aren’t the best, so you’ll likely need access to a vehicle to make your commute.
  • Old City: Residents here give the neighborhood four out of five stars for affordability. That’s definitely welcome news if you’re on a tight budget. Yet, you get similar amenities as those living in the newer parts of town, including restaurants, cafes and shops.
  • Old Town: The Old Town neighborhood ranks at #20 in Augusta. One of the reasons for this is the affordability of the city. It’s approximately 18 percent cheaper to live here than the U.S. average. It takes about 20 minutes to get to locations within Augusta from Old Town. That’s lower than the average commute time of the state, which is about 28 minutes.
  • South Augusta: The southern part of the city is a bit pricier but definitely not out of everybody’s price range. The average commute is under 30 minutes. The neighborhood is near to some wonderful attractions like the Phinizy Swamp Nature Park. It’s also close to the Augusta Regional Airport, perfect for people who need to travel throughout the U.S. for work.
  • West Augusta: Residents of this neighborhood say that it’s quite affordable, which is wonderful when you consider all of the local natural sites you can enjoy, including Westover Memorial Park and the Savannah River. It’s also close to the Forest Hills Campus of Augusta University.
  • Windsor Spring: Looking for a residential neighborhood? Try Windsor Spring, located in southern Augusta. This neighborhood is 14 percent less expensive than the national average and slightly more affordable than downtown Augusta. The average commute is less than 25 minutes and most residents (83 percent) recommend having access to a vehicle rather than relying on public transportation.


In addition to a vibrant dining and entertainment district near its riverfront, Augusta has a number of regionally acclaimed cultural institutions. These include the Augusta Symphony and the James Brown Concert Hall. Of course, golfers who visit Augusta can't pass up the opportunity to visit the legendary Augusta National Golf Club. Indeed, the town welcomes the golfing world's top talent each April for the famed Master’s event.

Built around a series of waterfalls and rapids on the Savannah River, Augusta is known far and wide for its natural beauty. Several stocked reservoirs nearby offer endless opportunities for boaters and trout fishermen. Much of the land that surrounds these bodies of water is protected, providing bird-watchers, hikers and mountain bikers with plenty of chances to enjoy the area's rugged landscape and picturesque woodlands. Notable parks nearby include Hamilton Branch State Park and Mistletoe State Park.

  • Augusta Mall: If you have some shopping to do, make sure to check the directory of the Augusta Mall. There are multiple clothing and accessories stores that can serve the needs of everyone in your family. They also have over 20 health and wellness stores.
  • National Hills Houses: There’s so much to do in this neighborhood! You can visit the Augusta Canal National Heritage Area to go hiking or fishing. Or enjoy a boat tour. Another option is the Phinizy Swamp Nature Park, a 1,100-acre park with wetlands as well as woodlands. The park also has a campus for environmental research and education.
  • Augusta Skate Park: There are actually multiple skate parks in the city, including Blanchard Park, Elliot Park and Skateland of Augusta, all of which have great online ratings and reviews.
  • Morris Museum of Art: This beautiful, historic museum (it’s the oldest in the country) is devoted to Southern artists and their art. The Riverwalk site has a permanent collection of 5,000 works. Plus, they often host new, temporary exhibitions and public programs.
  • Augusta Museum of History: Signature exhibitions in this museum include Augusta’s Story, Transportation Corridor, Celebrating a Grand Tradition: The Game of Golf, Local Legends (like Brenda Lee and Hulk Hogan) and a special tribute exhibition to The Godfather of Soul: Mr. James Brown.
  • Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home: A National Historic Landmark. In addition to learning about the 28th President of the United States, you’ll also learn about Joseph Rucker Lamar, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court.


Looking for a fun day trip? Atlanta is about two hours away. There, you can visit the Georgia Aquarium, the World of Coca-Cola and Piedmont Park. If you love visiting the nation’s forests, you might want to take a weekend (or longer!) to visit the Chattahoochee National Forest in Suches, a drive of about three hours from Augusta.


Finding a new place to live is a stressful experience. Be sure to use an apartment finder like Apartment Guide to help you locate your next rental property. Whether you’re looking for a pet-friendly apartment or simply want an affordable place to live, we’ll help you find apartments for rent in Augusta that match your needs.

Frequently Asked Questions About Augusta

What is the average rent in Augusta?

The average rent of a studio apartment in Augusta is $935 per month. For a one-bedroom apartment it's $1,015 per month. For a two-bedroom apartment the average rent is $1,147 per month.

What is the average cost of rent for a one-bedroom in Augusta?

The average rent of a one-bedroom apartment in Augusta is $1,015

Are there any cheap apartments for rent in Augusta?

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