April is a good month to have a Thomasville apartment, when you can visit the famous Rose Show and Festival. Held in downtown, a parade, street dance and the exhibit of prized roses from around the world provides a great time for all at the end of the month. The 7,000 professional rose bushes in town, not including those at private homes, give it the name of The City of Roses, but there is lots more activity here in beautiful Thomasville.
Several plantations are open to the public for tours; it has an historic downtown with 19th century architecture, and is home to an over 320 year old oak tree at the corner of Monroe and Crawford streets. It's a lovely place to live in all seasons, being situated near the Florida coastline. As a matter of fact, a few years ago CBS News identified Thomasville as "outstanding in terms of climate, housing prices and entertainment opportunities."
Two golf courses, plenty of parks, art galleries, theater productions, an excellent library and the Thomasville Cultural Center offer plenty for the Thomasville apartment-ite to do in this town of under 20,000 people. And higher education can be pursued here as well at Thomas College and Southwest Georgia Technical College. The Thomas County Historical Society hosts an interesting museum in the most historical part of the city, where you can see historian's present occasional lectures.
Live, love and play in this delightful city named in the book, "1,000 Places to See before You Die." The Thomasville apartment lifestyle can be appealing to anyone who enjoys an accommodating way of life.