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Crossroads Apartments
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Crossroads Apartments

Crossroads Apartments, located on Southside Savannah on Montgomery Crossroads near Abercorn Street is waiting to become your new home. We offer 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. Some apartments have washer/dryer units in them but for the rest we offer a coin operated laundry facility on site for your convenience open 24/7. Pets accepted with restrictions, no aggressive breeds. We do require a pet deposit ranging $350 to $450 and monthly pet rent of $20. We are located only 15 minutes to beautiful downtown and just a 25 minute drive to sunny Tybee Island. Also, located close to shopping malls, great restaurants, movie theaters, and more, makes this a GREAT place to call home. Come see us today and take a tour- we are filling up FAST, everyone wants to live here. See you soon!!!! Our office is located at 401 Montgomery Crossroads Savannah, GA 31406. Our main office is located at 10612 Abercorn Street Savannah, GA 31419 (Timberland Apartments) call us today and we'll save your space!!

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Situated roughly seven miles south of Downtown Savannah, Leeds Gate-Colonial Village is a tree-filled, attractive neighborhood bordering Hunter Army Airfield. Its western border, Middleground Road, leads south to Armstrong State University. Savannah State University is also nearby -- just six miles northeast. Leeds Gate-Colonial Village is a perfect location for shopping -- Oglethorpe Mall is adjacent to the neighborhood on its northeast side, and Savannah Mall is to the southwest. For golfers, the Hunter Golf Club borders the neighborhood on its north end.

Renting in Savannah surrounds you with rich history. Only about five miles from Leeds Gate-Colonial Village, Wormsloe Historic Site features a sun-dappled lane sheltered by towering oak trees dripping with Spanish moss. The road leads to the tabby ruins of the Wormsloe Estate, a colonial estate built in 1733 by Noble Jones. Jones was one of the original settlers of Savannah, arriving with James Oglethorpe in 1733.

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