The Cottages UWG
UWG Off Campus Housing
The Cottages — Brand New, STYLISH APARTMENT Town Homes on Brumbelow.
The Cottages is the perfect place to call your home away from home.
Each Suite will have six bedrooms each with a private bath and an extra den on 2nd floor.
- Outdoor Covered Porches and Decks
- Townhome-Style Floor Plans
- Just Steps to University of West Georgia Campus
- Big Screen TV’s in Living Areas and Dens
- Brand New Construction
- 24 Hour Emergency Maintenance
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- Designer Interiors with 9ft
- Crown Moldings
- Walk-In Closets
- Full Size Washer and Dryer
- Designer Gourmet Kitchen with Microwave
- Ceiling Fans
- Cable and Internet Provided
- Fully Furnished
- Faux Wood Blinds
- Faux Hardwood Floors in all the Common and Wet Areas
- Two Dens per Town Home and Multiple Outdoor Covered Porches and Decks
- Utilities Included
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Do the units come furnished?No need for renting a U-Haul or borrowing a friend’s truck, nearly all of our communities provide stylish furniture INCLUDED in the rent, saving you additional money. All your student will need to bring are personal items (television, computer, stereo...) and decorations to create their own unique space.
Carrollton Area Information
Carrollton is a city in western Georgia, United States, in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 24,388. The city is the county seat of Carroll County.
Historically, Carrollton has been a commercial center for Carroll and neighboring Georgia and Alabama counties, and is the home of the University of West Georgia.
For outdoor recreation, several parks are located near Carrollton. John Tanner State Park has a lake with a beach and swimming area, walking or running track, and camp grounds. Another local park is McIntosh Reserve, a county-run park along the Chattahoochee River. McIntosh Reserve is named for local historic figure William McIntosh. Another outdoor area near Carrollton is Historic Banning Mills in Whitesburg, GA. Once a thriving mill community, the location is now a resort, retreat, and conservation center.
Carrollton has a downtown area named Adamson Square after Congressman William Charles Adamson. Local restaurants include the Corner Cafe, The Alley Cat, Plates on the Square (the upstairs bar is known as Uncorked at Plates), and Gallery Row Coffee Shop; all are within walking distance of one another. Of these, The Alley Cat and Uncorked at Plates frequently schedule bands and other events. Adamson Square is the host to many of Carrollton's events, such as the annual Mayfest which takes place in the first week of May. Another shop located on Adamson Square is Horton's Books & Gifts, certified as the oldest bookstore in Georgia by the American Booksellers Association. Founded in 1892, it is also Carrollton and Carroll County's oldest business. Right off the Square is the Carrollton Cultural Arts Center, the site of Mecca Fest, an Arts and Crafts Festival held in October. Source: Wikipedia | UWG