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Archer On North


210 Spring Court Athens, GA

Updated 2 months ago
$665
1 Bed
1 Bath
Available Now
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$665 1 546 ft2 Now
Amenities
Pets
Dogs Ok
Cats Ok
Pet Park
Amenities
Dishwasher
Fitness Center
Refrigerator
Garbage Disposal
Trash Removal Included
Pool
On Bus Line
Water Included
Living Room
Ceiling Fans
Business Center
Ice Maker
Clubhouse
Study Areas
Student
Stainless Steel Appliances
24-hour Maintenance
Coffee
Clothes Care Center
Microwave
Security System
Online Payments
Parking
Off-street Parking
Laundry
In-unit Laundry
On-site Laundry
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Description

Archer Apartments spacious newly remodeled one bedrooms and brand new two and three bedroom apartments have everything you need to fully experience Athens, GA, without the noise or price of living downtown. Our spacious 1, 2, and 3 bedroom homes come with fully equipped kitchens, 9 foot ceilings, a full-size washer & dryer, and more.

Pets
Breed Restrictions: Breed Restrictions May Apply
Number Limit: 2 Pet Limit Per Home
Pet Deposit: $250 Non-Refundable Dog Fee , $150 Non-Refundable Cat Fee
Office Hours
Sunday: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Monday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Additional Details
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Contact Number: (706) 208-8888
FAQs
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes, there is 1 unit available at this property.
How many units are move-in ready in the next 2 months?
This property has 1 unit available for move-in now.
What's the square footage of the available units?
It's 546 square feet.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
This property allows tenants to keep cats and dogs.
How many bedrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 bedroom units available.
How many bathrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
Archer On North has a 1 bedroom unit starting at $665.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 210 Spring Court in Athens, GA. It's 0.9 miles north from the center of Athens.
Reviews
By Dominic Ottaviano, August 31, 2018
Good value for the money. Managed by rent Athens I didn't care for the moving process with so many people moving in one day but once moved in the service and maintenance we're fine. The process getting stuff done is extremely slow if you need to make changes to your lease or anything but they do get it done.

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By A Google User, August 30, 2018
Good value for the money. Managed by rent Athens I didn't care for the moving process with so many people moving in one day but once moved in the service and maintenance we're fine. Amanda was helpful with some changes to my lease. The process getting stuff done is extremely slow if you need to make changes to your lease or anything but they do get it done.

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By Dominic Ottaviano, August 30, 2018
Good value for the money. Managed by rent Athens I didn't care for the moving process with so many people moving in one day but once moved in the service and maintenance we're fine. Amanda was helpful with some changes to my lease. The process getting stuff done is extremely slow if you need to make changes to your lease or anything but they do get it done.

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By Beth Wood, August 01, 2018
If you are determined to live in a 1bed/1bath apartment close to campus/downtown, this is not a bad option. Some others want the same price for 100 or 200 sq feet less. Theres a bus stop at the front which is nice if you dont have a parking space downtown, a small gym in the complex and a pool. The kitchen was nice with a full size dishwasher. The furniture provided in a furnished option is not in the best condition. There is no front office at archer, they closed it right after I moved in a year ago (so no jittery joes coffee). However, if youre willing to go somewhere nicer with a roomate or two, that may be a better option. The layout and location of the apartments feels rather isolating and it is a space that you need to put a good amount of work in to make it feel less boxy. I did not experience bug problems except for some little ants. I did have mold problems towards the end of my stay - there is not central air and I think the window unit ended up blowing mold into my apartment, I ended up staying at a friends house for a good portion of my last two months because I didnt want to be around the mold although I bleached everything down. The window unit air will not reach the bedroom, only the living room and kitchen. It never got super cold in the winters but its pretty hot in the summers. After bills the price is a little high and not better than if you were to move somewhere extremely nice with roommates, but this is the price of living in a single person apartment this close to downtown if you are determined to do so. During move out I did have some issues. When I came to clean out my apartment, my next door neighbor mentioned to me, did I know this complex charges you $200 for paint if you dont touch it up yourself? I did not know that, although it does say in the lease that the paint is not automatically touched up between apartments. I called the rent athens office and asked them about this - did I need to touch up my own paint? They told me yes you do. Spackle any holes and paint where the walls need touching up. I thought this was crazy but I didnt want to be charged, I asked them what is the color of paint that I should buy? The person on the phone didnt know although she went to ask the manager after each question and told me to take a picture of the wall, go to lowes and color match. That seemed like a bad idea but it is what they told me to do. On the way to Lowes, I called my mom to mention how absurd it was. She agreed, called the office and said the manager laughed when she brought it up and said certainly not to do that. Okay, nevermind then. Move out inspection came, the lady walked through the aparment, said I wouldnt need to pay for cleaning since I had done a great job, there would just be a $40 fee for carpet cleaning that everyone must pay and *$400* to clean up the paint where furniture had left scuffs on the walls. That stopped me in my tracks. $400 for paint touch up after one year of living here? I did not sign the form, the lady laughed and said that no one else is signing the form either. I have to go through a dissent process. Who knows if I will have to pay that amount. But it really upset me that they are seemingly trying to charge everyone so much to fix the paint in very small apartments. I will also say that dust collects quickly in these apartments and when I moved in I had to power clean everything. My stool had a piece of wood missing and the couch leather was peeling and there was a q tip on it. When I vaccummed the carpets, it filled my vacuum up so I dont know if my carpets werent cleaned beforehand or if the dust simply collects that quickly. I am not renewing my lease here.

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By Beth Wood, June 01, 2018
Now that I have looked at so many different apartments of comparable rates, I am inclined to give Archer a good rating. For 550 sq feet of space 1 mile from downtown and UGA in the college town of Athens with a bus stop right in front of the complex, this is actually a pretty good deal. It is slightly pricey but there are few better deals for the same location and amount of space and amenities (pool, gym, study room with printers). The pool has been kept in good condition so far during the summer months. Make sure to consider the price of utilities. I find the layout etc to be very cozy but not restrictive. You do have to put some work into decorating and making it feel homey. The furnished option comes with a couch, coffee table, TV stand/shelf thing, kitchen stool, desk and chair, nightstand, and bed/mattress with a platform. It saves you time and effort not to have to buy or move those items although they are so-so. The bed is surprisingly comfortable. Overall I do really like it here, good option for a 1bed/1bath close but not too close to busy downtown. I have had no problems whatsoever with bugs or mold. I personally feel safe in this area but some people think it is a bit sketchy.

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By Brittany Clark, May 27, 2018
The apartments are a decent size for one person, with a nice layout and some modern appliances. The surrounding neighborhood is not the best, but I haven't had any issues personally, and the police are often parked at the end of the road. I really like the large grassy areas and the dog park as a dog owner. They have recently started filling up the dog bag containers again which is a plus. Frequently, owners will not pick up after their dogs in the grassy areas, so it can be challenging walking around. After Rent Athens took over (current management), they made a lot of improvements. It was frustrating during a time period where they were doing non-stop construction; it was so frequent that it became very disruptive and upsetting. The walls are very thin, so you can hear talking, music, or dogs barking + construction anywhere near your unit. The construction crew scuffed the paint on many of my walls when they moved furniture or items to work. That has mostly tapered off as of late, and the biggest improvement has increased the AC circulation to the far end of the apartment. My maintenance request was completed within a timely manner and they will call the pest management company if you have issues, all of the interactions I've had with the new staff have been very positive. I would recommend this apartment complex for the price & my personal experience with the Rent Athens workers. *I have lived here for two years (two different management offices), and have released for a third.

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By A Google User, May 27, 2018
The apartments are a decent size for one person, with a nice layout and some modern appliances. The surrounding neighborhood is not the best, but I haven't had any issues personally, and the police are often parked at the end of the road. I really like the large grassy areas and the dog park as a dog owner. They have recently started filling up the dog bag containers again which is a plus. Frequently, owners will not pick up after their dogs in the grassy areas, so it can be challenging walking around. After Rent Athens took over (current management), they made a lot of improvements. It was frustrating during a time period where they were doing non-stop construction; it was so frequent that it became very disruptive and upsetting. The walls are very thin, so you can hear talking, music, or dogs barking + construction anywhere near your unit. The construction crew scuffed the paint on many of my walls when they moved furniture or items to work. That has mostly tapered off as of late, and the biggest improvement has increased the AC circulation to the far end of the apartment. My maintenance request was completed within a timely manner and they will call the pest management company if you have issues, all of the interactions I've had with the new staff have been very positive. I would recommend this apartment complex for the price & my personal experience with the Rent Athens workers. *I have lived here for two years (two different management offices), and have released for a third.

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By Sean Thompson, April 22, 2018
Editing my original review... things are fine for the most part but one huge inconvenience that has recently became an issue at our building is lack of parking and loud music. These things were never an issue before Rent Athens took over. They finally contracted a tow company but have left it up to the tenants to call them directly and snitch on those parked in the fire lane and in the grass. It makes it incredibly difficult to get out of your parking spot in the morning because the same three of four people dont feel like walking from another building. A couple of people have been towed but the same people continue to violate the rules. The number of cars parked in the grass makes it look like a trailer park lot. The company refuses to make sure parking is being enforced. I often have to park at another building and walk a decent amount to get to my apartment in poorly lit areas around homeless people and dogs that are just running around the complex, and on my way to my apartment I typically pass three or four illegally parked cars in the fire lane. If you move here do not let them put you in building D or E. You will not want to leave your apartment out of fear of not having a parking space when you return. I will be more mindful of a places parking situation from now on.

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By A Google User, April 22, 2018
Editing my original review... things are fine for the most part but one huge inconvenience that has recently became an issue at our building is lack of parking and loud music. These things were never an issue before Rent Athens took over. They finally contracted a tow company but have left it up to the tenants to call them directly and snitch on those parked in the fire lane and in the grass. It makes it incredibly difficult to get out of your parking spot in the morning because the same three of four people dont feel like walking from another building. A couple of people have been towed but the same people continue to violate the rules. The number of cars parked in the grass makes it look like a trailer park lot. The company refuses to make sure parking is being enforced. I often have to park at another building and walk a decent amount to get to my apartment in poorly lit areas around homeless people and dogs that are just running around the complex, and on my way to my apartment I typically pass three or four illegally parked cars in the fire lane. If you move here do not let them put you in building D or E. You will not want to leave your apartment out of fear of not having a parking space when you return. I will be more mindful of a places parking situation from now on.

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By Brittany Clark, March 12, 2018
The apartments are a decent size for one person, with a nice layout and some modern appliances. The surrounding neighborhood is not the best, but I haven't had any issues personally, and the police are often parked at the end of the road. I really like the large grassy areas and the dog park as a dog owner (photos attached). They have recently started filling up the dog bag containers again which is a plus. Frequently, owners will not pick up after their dogs in the grassy areas, so it can be challenging walking around. After Rent Athens took over (current management), they made a lot of improvements. It was frustrating during a time period where they were doing non-stop construction; it was so frequent that it became very disruptive and upsetting. The walls are very thin, so you can hear talking, music, or dogs barking + construction anywhere near your unit. The construction crew scuffed the paint on many of my walls when they moved furniture or items to work. That has mostly tapered off as of late, and the biggest improvement has increased the AC circulation to the far end of the apartment. My maintenance request was completed within a timely manner and they will call the pest management company if you have issues, all of the interactions I've had with the new staff have been very positive. I would recommend this apartment complex for the price & my personal experience with the Rent Athens workers. *I have lived here for two years (two different management offices), and have released for a third.

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By Michael McGinnis, March 07, 2018
I lived here for almost a year. When I first moved in, I liked the neighborhood and the coziness/efficiency of the apartment. Then, the complex sold out in the early part of 2017. Under the new management, there were contractors working out the yin yang (and I work at night), and I had a pest control situation that got worse. I was disappointed with those 2 things, but it may still be all right if you're in town for school and need some thing relatively quiet/ efficient.

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By Beth Wood, February 10, 2018
Now that I have looked at so many different apartments of comparable rates, I am inclined to give Archer a good rating. For 550 sq feet of space 1 mile from downtown and UGA in the college town of Athens with a bus stop right in front of the complex, this is actually a pretty good deal. It is slightly pricey but there are few better deals for the same location and amount of space and amenities (pool, gym, study room with printers). Frankly though I don't have very much trust in managements willingness to keep the pool super duper clean. Make sure to consider the price of utilities. I find the layout etc to be very cozy but not restrictive. You do have to put some work into decorating and making it feel homey. The furnished option comes with a couch, coffee table, TV stand/shelf thing, kitchen stool, desk and chair, nightstand, and bed with a bed-stand. It saves you time and effort not to have to buy or move those items but they are so-so. The bed is surprisingly comfortable. Overall I do really like it here, good option for a 1bed/1bath close but not too close to busy downtown.It probably is better to live in one of the units further from the front because stragglers do hang down the street on North Avenue. The four stars are because of the combination of price for space, comfort of the space and distance from downtown/campus. If you can stand to have roommates, you can absolutely find a better deal no problem. I have had no problems whatsoever with bugs or mold. I personally feel safe in this area but some people think it is a bit sketchy.

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By Beth Wood, January 19, 2018
Now that I have looked at so many different apartments of comparable rates, I am inclined to give Archer a good rating. For 550 sq feet of space 1 mile from downtown and UGA in the college town of Athens with a bus stop right in front of the complex, this is actually a pretty good deal. It is slightly pricey but there are few better deals for the same location and amount of space and amenities (pool, gym, study room with printers). Frankly though I don't have very much trust in managements willingness to keep the pool super duper clean. Make sure to add another $80 onto the price for electricity and wifi to be sure you're comfortable with the total price. I did not consider those things and it is a bit more expensive than I would prefer. I find the layout etc to be very cozy but not restrictive. I have noticed that some people who do not like it here did not put much effort into making it more "homey" with decorations and all. If you don't put work into making it cozy, it will feel like a small empty space, because that is what it is. I don't recommend getting a furnished apartment if you can stand to thrift your items. The furnished option comes with a couch, coffee table, TV stand/shelf thing, kitchen stool, desk and chair, nightstand, and bed with a bed-stand. I thought to myself, $40 a month over 12 months, about $500, how much of my own stuff could I get for that much and then be bothered to have to move it around? However, the furniture isn't that great and I think it would not be that hard to thrift those items/what you need. I will say that I was surprised that the bed provided with the furnished option is actually very comfy to me. I was worried about the place coming with a mattress. Overall I do really like it here, good option for a 1bed/1bath close but not too close to busy downtown. It probably is better to live in one of the units further from the front because stragglers do hang down the street on North Avenue. But the four stars are because of the combination of price for space, comfort of the space and distance from downtown/campus. If you can stand to have roommates, you can absolutely find a better deal no problem. I won't renew my lease because the price tightens my budget. I have had no problems whatsoever with bugs or mold. I personally feel safe in this area but some people think it is a bit sketchy.

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By Sean Thompson, December 03, 2017
The staff is nice for the most part and seems like they WANT to help but ever since Rent Athens took over I have made numerous complaints about the football players smoking weed on the balcony and playing loud rap music (that I can hear THREE APARTMENTS DOWN) and all they do is tell me to call the police. The lease clearly states loud music is not allowed and I dont feel its my job to call the police every time it happens. This building was quiet before Rent Athens took over. I have also complained about people parking illegally and they just send an email out and thats it. Some mornings I have been blocked in to the point where it takes me 5 minutes to get out of my parking space. There is literally a sign that says Tow-Away Zone but no towing is ever done. They removed on site staff recently and the pool has been out of commission for awhile. Theyre also constantly doing renovation on my off days so between the loud music at night and renovation during the day I never seem to get any quiet. Nice enough people but I wouldnt recommend living here. Would get out of my lease if I could.

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By Keyvan Razaz, October 20, 2017
So I start with cons: Since Rent Athens took over the management, any maintenance work takes forever to be accomplished. - The ACs are old and moldy, mine smells very bad and I asked them several times to do something about it and they just cleaned some filters with essentially no effect. - The pool is closed since a few month ago (say Aug) and they have no intention to fix it - There is a guy who is roaming in the property ... (apparently he lives in one of the units) it is still creepy tho! - mold, mold and mold - no ventilation! inside the house smells like a swamp in summer although I have my dehumidifier always running - walls are painted in tan! makes it dark! - the maintenance people do absolute minimum with lowest quality possible Pros - relatively cheap, tho in comparison toUncommon Athens it's not cheap anymore - Block B is quiet - nice neighbors - well-lit - police is around

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By Elizabeth Krewatch, August 30, 2017
If you're considering moving here, make sure you evaluate all other options first. I won't speak on old management, because a new management company took over a few months before my lease ended. The apartments are renovated, but there is no central air (just a box unit in the front room with no airflow to the bedroom) and the paint is very cheap and marks easily. New management doesn't have the paint color, so I had to repaint the entire apartment myself to avoid being charged several hundred dollars. I've never experienced that in any apartments I've lived in before. Just normal wear and tear. Unauthorized maintenance guys coming into my apartment, leaving my door wide open when I'm not home, running my AC..overall the most frustrating moving experience of my life and I couldn't seem to speak to a manager because they aren't on site! Location is okay, I felt safe walking my dog in the neighborhood. People let their big dogs run free so that was an issue. Overall, quiet community with iffy management. Be prepared to repaint before you move out. I didn't have a mold issue. Laundry on site which is nice. Would I recommend moving here? No. If it's your last option, you'll probably be fine.

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By Mrs. Happy, April 02, 2017
Overpriced, Mold issues, inconsistent management, property sold 3 times in 4 years. Inadequate maintenance staff. Good location as far as getting around athens, close to downtown, close to the Loop. Was a decent place until they opened the homeless shelter across the road, now cannot patronize any local business without being panhandled.

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By Michelle Gotte, March 13, 2015
Very Happy! Excited to move in this fall!

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By Hous Bin Pharteen, February 27, 2015
This was a great first apartment in Athens, I lived there 2013-2014. Price is high for what you get, and the location isn't that great after dark, but overall I would recommend it. Maintenance was always fast, Melissa and Kylie were great. Can find better, but this place is fine.

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By Ben DiNapoli, December 21, 2014
I stayed here for one semester (needing a short-term lease with a furnished apt) and everything about AoN was great- Melissa, Kylie and Colton basically ran the entire complex by themselves, and anytime I had any kind of problem or question, they were always there to (quickly!) solve things. I had a pretty bad mold issue and as soon as I notified them, the problem was fixed within days, you could hardly tell it was ever there! I'm so glad I chose them, it honestly felt like family, I'd recommend it to anyone.

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Rent Report

Below are bedroom price comparisons between Archer On North and the average Athens bedroom price.

Archer On North is asking 26% less than the average 1 bedroom apartment in Athens.

If you upsized to an average priced Athens 2 bedroom apartment, you would pay 28% more per month.

If you downsized to an average priced Athens studio apartment, you would pay 43% more per month.

Archer On North provides 13% less square footage than the average Athens 1 bedroom apartment.

To comfortably afford renting a 1 bedroom unit at Archer On North, a tenant should at least have an annual gross income of $23,940.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Archer On North
1BR $665 $1.20 $1,995
Athens Average
Studio $1,579 $1.20 $4,737
1BR $899 $1.40 $2,697
2BR $1,253 $1.10 $3,760
3BR $1,522 $1.10 $4,565
4BR $1,679 $1.10 $5,036

Availability in Athens

Knowing what units are available is important when finding the best deal. Property managers may be willing to give concessions if they have many vacant units.

Currently in Athens there are 301 2BR units available. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Athens
Studio 18
1BR 241
2BR 301
3BR 128
4BR 90
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(706) 208-8888
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