Fayetteville, GA

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Fayetteville, GA

About Fayetteville, GA

Fayetteville, Georgia sits within Fayette county featuring numerous attractions such as Starr’s Mill or Southern Crescent Technical College combined with stores like South Fayette Pavilion and multiple dining spots including Ristorante Giovanni. Mega metro area set in the rolling hills and woodlands of the Southeast region. Primary industries include technology and college. Also the state capital. - Positioned in north Georgia, 70 miles northwest of Athens and 220 miles southeast of Nashville, Tennessee..

Location Details

State: Georgia
County: Fayette County
Metro Area: Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta Metro Area
City: Fayetteville
Zip Codes: 30215 30214
Cost of Living: 12.7% higher
Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 1050 ft above sea level
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The Atlanta, GA metro area is a big and busy place with lots of history and things to do. It's in the state of Georgia, in the southeastern United States. This area has seen a lot of important events, especially during the Civil Rights Movement when leaders like Martin Luther King Jr. worked for equality.

Atlanta sits in north-central Georgia and has all kinds of landscapes, from city streets to green parks and forests. It's in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, so you'll find rolling hills around. The area has a mild climate, but get ready for hot summers and mild winters. Sometimes, there are thunderstorms in summer.

The economy in Atlanta is strong. It's home to many big companies in different industries like finance, technology, healthcare, and more. This means there are plenty of jobs. It also has a big airport that connects it to places all over the world. Living costs in Atlanta can be affordable compared to other big cities, but some areas are more expensive than others.

When it comes to politics, Atlanta is known for being more progressive, especially the city itself. But the suburbs might lean a bit more conservative. Over the years, more people have been getting involved in voting and politics here.

For fun, there's a lot to do in Atlanta. There are museums, theaters, and music venues for arts and culture fans. Sports fans have teams like the Braves (baseball), Falcons (football), and Hawks (basketball) to cheer for. Outdoor lovers will enjoy the nearby Chattahoochee River and the many parks and trails. Plus, the city has a great food scene with lots of different cuisines to try.

If you're thinking of moving to Atlanta, there are a few things to keep in mind. Traffic can be a big challenge, especially during rush hours, so plan your travel times well. The summers are hot and humid, so be prepared for the heat. Also, while there are many affordable places to live, some neighborhoods can be pricey.

Overall, living in Atlanta means being part of a lively and bustling community. There's a mix of modern life and nature, history, and new developments. It's a place with something for everyone, whether you're into culture, sports, or just enjoying the great outdoors.

Fayetteville Cost of Living

Educated population, arts & culture, and big city resources make Fayetteville a great place to live.

+12.6% higher than avg
+6.7% higher than avg
$1,680 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
+14.9% higher than avg
Fayetteville Crime
44.2 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
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Pros & Cons of Fayetteville
   Educated population
Uncomfortable humidity
   Arts & culture
High taxes
   Big city resources
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Over 3 years ago

I have lived in this city for 9 years with my children and experienced the worst in my lifetime. Police are not supportive. Pedestrians get hit or run over. Gardens get  More

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Over 13 years ago

Moved here with my 3 sons and husband in spring of 2009 and am really impressed with the elementary and middle school here. (Spring Hill Elem. and Bennetts Mill Middle)  More

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Over 13 years ago

Wanting to know what is the average rental rates in Fayette County.  More

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