Apartments in Lynchburg

Lynchburg, VA Local Guide

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Lynchburg is set against the scenic background of the Blue Ridge Mountain foothills. It sits on the James River, and is named for the man who came to the area very young in order to operate a ferry across the river. The city is a very historic site, and was very important in the formative years of the country. Thomas Jefferson even maintained a home in the area for some time.

Lynchburg currently is active in a number of industries including health care and pharmaceuticals. It is also a college town to a degree, with Liberty University being another major employer in the area. Liberty is a Christian School with more than 13,000 in-person students. It also operates a very large online school, and employs a large number of staff to manage that portion of its operations.

Finding a Lynchburg Apartment

When to search

Mid-summer is a good time to commence an apartment hunt in Lynchburg. This is usually when you'll have the most choice of apartments. July and early August are both good times to look for apartments. Don't leave it much later than the end of August though, or you may find it more difficult than expected to find a place.

Staying in the know

When you meet with a Lynchburg landlord for the first time, be prepared to answer questions. Before a landlord decides to even offer you an application, they'll usually ask questions about what brings you to town, whether or not you're working, and other basic inquiries. Being prepared to answer politely and concisely can help you give a good first impression from the people you hope to rent from.


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Life in Lynchburg

Transportation

The downtown core of the city is easy enough to walk through, but for the rest of the city you will probably want a car. The Lynchburg expressway provides a fairly easy way to quickly navigate to the portion of the city you need to be in. If you don't have a car, you'll need to take advantage of the busses operated by the Greater Lynchburg Transit Company.

Where to play

The Lynchburg Museum is located in an older courthouse, and showcases some important local history. The hills around the city mean that bikers and hikers have no shortage of great opportunities. For those who prefer their entertainment sitting down, the Cinemark Movies 10 shows affordable second-run movies. The Boiler Room Lounge is a popular local bar. Clubhouse Bar and Billiards is another option for those who prefer to shoot some pool while grabbing a drink.

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