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Why Live Here?
The Paddock Club Murfreesboro offers charming, spacious and affordable apartment homes. The community is located in the highly desired Siegel School district, and is only minutes from Middle Tennessee State University and easy access to I-24. We're a Ruthie Award Winner - Voted 'Best Place to Live' - and offer award winning landscaping. Interior Features: Open floor plans with vaulted ceilings,* wood-burning fireplaces, Spa-like bathrooms with whirlpool garden tubs,* Storage closet on patio/balcony, Wood-burning fireplaces,* Full-size washer/dryer connections, and Energy-efficient ceiling fans (lower utility bills). (*Select units). Community Amenities: Pool with sun deck and whirlpool spa, Fully fenced pet park, Controlled access gates, Garages with remote control access,* Fitness center. In addition you are less than 5 minutes from Hwy 840 and I-24, Walking distance to VA Hospital, 10 minutes to Nissan, Two miles from Greenway, and located in highly-rated school district (including, Erma Siegel Elementary School across the street). Pricing and availability are subject to change without notice.
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Lease Terms: 1 year

 

About Murfreesboro, TN


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