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Living Large in AMLI North Point Apartments in Alpharetta, GA

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Aug 10th, 2012

Finding apartments with large floor plans can be difficult, but at AMLI North Point apartments in Alpharetta, GA, there are no floor plans that can be classified as “small.” In fact, these apartments in Alpharetta, GA are all well over 700 square feet with the smallest one-bedroom is 730 square feet, which is ample room for one or two roommates.

What this means for residents at AMLI North Point apartments in Alpharetta, GA is there is plenty of room to live large in these spacious and luxurious apartments in Alpharetta, GA. There are many floor plan options available to make it easy to find one that fits your space needs. From apartments to townhomes for rent in Alpharetta, GA, AMLI North Point apartments have it all.

With the space available in your AMLI North Point apartments in Alpharetta, GA, we thought we’d give you some ideas to take advantage of that space in your AMLI North Point apartments in Alpharetta, GA:

Decorate. With most one-bedrooms averaging over 800 sq. ft. and our two-bedrooms ranging from over 1,000 to almost 1,600 sq. ft., decorating is only restrained by you. AMLI North Point townhomes for rent in Alpharetta, GA have the rooms waiting for your artistic vision.

Also, painting a substantial amount of wall space can make any apartment in Alpharetta, GA more of a home. Finding the perfect color can be easy by searching for ideas online or reading your favorite home decor magazine. Or if you have that favorite painting, throw or special item that you want to complement, use DeGraeve.com – it has a feature where you can upload a picture and it will create the perfect color palette around it. Your apartment at AMLI North Point in Alpharetta, GA can become the talk of the design world!

Entertain. Since you’ll have all that space in your AMLI North Point apartments in Alpharetta, GA, why not throw a house warming for yourself? Quite a few of our floorplans, including our townhomes for rent in Alpharetta, GA, have a den area – why not turn that into a media room and host movie night with your best friends? Or if you’re the studious type, turn the den into an office/study room and have a few co-workers or classmates over to work on that major project or host a pizza study party.

Not only do these AMLI apartments in Alpharetta, GA have dens and large living areas, the kitchens are also massive. Another entertaining idea, show off your cooking skills by having friends over for a wine and dine night. If you don’t consider yourself a chef, you could have a food-savvy friend come over and give you cooking lessons in your apartments in Alpharetta, GA.

Play. Another great advantage of the spacious floor plans we offer at our AMLI North Point apartments in Alpharetta, GA is that there is plenty of room for Fido or Spot to play. Pets are great additions to apartments and townhomes for rent in Alpharetta, GA and in our pet friendly apartments and townhomes in Alpharetta, GA, there is plenty of room for them to live without ruining the couches or your shoes. (Yes!)

In addition to the large living space for them to play, the trails and lush courtyards surrounding our AMLI North Point apartments in Alpharetta, GA are great places to take those four-legged family members to get some fresh air and open space. Plus, if you need even more reasons to live at our AMLI North Point apartments with your pets, AMLI North Point apartments have a pet spa for ultimate pet relaxation.

If you need any other ideas or reasons on how you can live large at our AMLI North Point apartments and townhomes for rent in Alpharetta, GA, check out our numerous community amenities and stop in for a visit.

Are you currently hunting for apartments or townhomes for rent in Alpharetta, GA? Come take a tour of one of the spacious floor plans available at the newly open AMLI North Point apartments. We promise you’ll live life and love life here at AMLI North Point!

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