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Nestled in a beautiful natural setting, Morrowood Townhomes offers you a quiet, peaceful lifestyle. Morrowood Townhomes is close to everything you could want- recreation, schools, Clayton State College, shopping, entertainment, and Atlanta’s perimeter highway that affords quick and easy access to any point in the greater Atlanta metropolitan area. Our amenities include spacious floorplans, swimming pool, laundry facilities, and a one acre playground. Come see what Morrowood Townhomes has to offer!
Local farm fresh produce is available for metro Atlanta apartment dwellers from early April through mid December; however, summertime delivers the most delicious treats for residents to use in treasured family recipes or to eat right off the shelf. Atlanta Apartments for Rent highlights 3 local community markets serving Georgia’s finest selections.
The East Point Farmers Market celebrates its mission “to create unique experience in the Downtown District” for residents in East Point apartments and all who shop there. Open the 1st Wednesday each month 4 p.m. to dusk and the 3rd Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. from early April through mid December, the community market believes buying local and “eating better is the Point.” For added value the market kiosk will double S.N.A.P. benefits up to $50. Bring your EBT card to the main booth for redemption prior to shopping the independent vendors.
The city of Stone Mountain launched a weekly farmers market at the municipal parking lot on Main Street in Stone Mountain Village where apartment dwellers can gather from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. every Tuesday through September 9th. Locally grown produce, dairy and meat are available for purchase at the popular gathering place. Neighbors come together for better eating and the better good of the community. Stone Mountain Village is in walking distance of Willow Lake Apartments, so residents can get exercise while making healthier food choices.
Our Atlanta Market at 16 Forest Parkway, Forest Park, Georgia is a division of the Georgia Department of Agriculture is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is a major distribution center for fresh produce in the southeast. The welcome center is open Tuesday – Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and there is a restaurant on-site. Homegrown Georgia peaches and peanuts and juicy ripe watermelons are popular staples at the state operated farmers market. There is plenty for residents of Atlanta apartments and others to taste and see.
Morrowood Townhomes is just 5.5 miles or a short 10 minute drive to the Georgia State Farmers Market in Forest Park and convenient to downtown Atlanta by interstate 75.
PC World reviews the best and most affordable streaming gadgets to turn any HD television or monitor in your Atlanta apartments into smart televisions. Entertainment for your living room, master bedroom, home office or den has never been cheaper. Learn how you can cut the cable and stay connected to your favorite shows and movies plus music and the web.
Like Morrowood Townhomes, all JAMCO Properties, Inc. communities are pre-wired for internet and cable.
With cold temperatures, dreary skies and bare winter landscapes, it’s easy to feel a touch of the winter blues. But there are three ways you can bring some cheer to the inside of your apartment home, no matter what it looks like outside.
Lighten Up with Light – Changing your light bulbs can help lift your mood, too. Look for bulbs with a color temperature of 5000 Kelvins (K) or higher. They produce light which most people will perceive as similar to daylight. Bulbs with “full-spectrum” lighting can also be helpful. While “full-spectrum” doesn’t have a scientific definition, the blue-white tint produced by these bulbs gives off a brightness value similar to natural sunlight.
Feel Better with Fragrance – The part of your brain that registers smells is closely linked to the part of your brain related to emotions. So adding some pleasant fragrances to your home can help boost your mood. Try room diffusers, candles and potpourri in different rooms. For a more personal pick-me-up, try scented bath water or body lotions. Some aromas to try: Citrus – orange, grapefruit, tangerine, lime Herbs and spices – rosemary, eucalyptus, spruce, peppermint, cinnamon Floral – geranium, ylang ylang
Cheer Up with Color – While you probably can’t repaint a whole room, you can add touches of color to brighten things up and bring a smile to your face. Add colorful accents. It’s easy to find inexpensive frames, vases, bowls or knick-knacks. Think about pillows, throws, table linens and small accent rugs. Inexpensive fabric remnants can be used reupholster a small chair or bench, and if it’s pretty enough, you can even frame fabric and hang it on the wall as art.
Morrowood Townhomes, nestled in a quiet wooded setting, delivers quiet peaceful lifestyle where you can feel like you’re home.