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Popular Hermitage Apartments
Hermitage, Tennessee, 37076
1 Bedroom$695 - $1,149
2 Bedrooms$809 - $1,355
3 Bedrooms$1,071 - $1,664
Goodlettsville, Tennessee, 37072
1 Bedroom$685 - $790
2 Bedrooms$799 - $930
3 Bedrooms$995 - $1,060
Goodlettsville, Tennessee, 37072
2 Bedrooms$845 - $895
Madison, Tennessee, 37115
1 BedroomUp to $620
2 BedroomsUp to $755
3 BedroomsUp to $825
Hermitage Apartments Info
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Hermitage is an unusually diverse city with a wide array of apartment living options - it doesn't matter whether you prefer far flung suburbs or crowded downtown areas, Hermitage has family friendly apartments available in every price range. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Hermitage, your new city!
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Hermitage Awaits You
Hermitage, Tennessee, is most famous for being the home of former president Andrew Jackson. A part of the Nashville metropolitan area, otherwise known as the home of Dollywood, Hermitage has been built up quite a bit in recent years. There are new retail outlets, new apartment complexes, and plenty of new jobs in town.
Hermitage Rental Rates
Hermitage has a plethora of recently constructed apartments. With so many units to choose from, you’re sure to find something that suits your needs in town. Just how much can you expect to pay for an apartment here? Take a look at the rent chart and you’ll be able to see the average rates on one, two, and three bedroom apartments. If you’re ready to find your dream apartment right now, get moving on your rental reconnaissance by clicking on the units listed below. Want to learn more about life in Hermitage? Read on!
Hermitage: Learning the Ropes
Have we mentioned yet that Andrew Jackson used to live in Hermitage? No, not Alan Jackson. Andrew Jackson, "Old Hickory." Our seventh president's figurative fingerprints are all over town. The Hermitage, a historical plantation, museum, and the former home of Mr. Jackson himself, is a great place to visit if you’re into American history. This sprawling, 1,200-acre property has more history than you can shake a powdered wig at. Jackson left his mark on the area in other ways, too. For one thing, he named a nearby borough of Nashville, Donelson. Why would he do that? For his father-in-law, John Donelson, that’s why.
While you can drive your car all over Hermitage, there are better ways to get around in town. This is a town that’s known for its trains. A commuter rail service with the unusual name, Music City Star, runs between Nashville and its suburbs, making it easy for people from Hermitage to commute into the city. We aren't certain if riders are treated to country music for the duration of their voyage to and from the "Athens of the South," but we hear that the ride is smooth and quick. Quite frankly, we'd be surprised if commuters would be forced to listen to any kind of music on a train at 8am on a Monday. There can always be too much of a good thing. Just ask Alan Jackson (no relation to Andrew Jackson). We recommend bringing your music player if you want to make sure you get your country music fix before work.
Getting a Well-Rounded City
If Hermitage were a person, he would be an incredibly well-rounded one. He’d enjoy wine, art, sports, and fine dining. Indeed, Hermitage contains (not quite, but nearly) infinite possibilities for fun, no matter what you’re into.
There's not much that you can't do in Hermitage—you’ll have to try really hard to be bored here. On the Third Thursdays of the month, you’ll be treated to a chance to see some excellent local art (or to create and display some art of your own if you’re so inclined).
Fans of Antiques Roadshow, this one's for you. The city of Hermitage offers a yard sale map. This map is instrumental in helping sifters find all the best in reclaimed goods. Scoping out the sales early is the key to picking up prime trinkets and the yard sale map will help you develop a plan of action that will ensure that you take in a great haul. We just hope you snag an actual antique and not a stained Macy's sweater from 1988.
Looking for even more fun and excitement? Why not take a trip to Nashville for a day or an evening? This city has an awesome haunted walking tour, the Nashville Ghost Tour. Sure, this could just be silly tour aimed at hapless tourists, but it's been featured on PBS, TLC, FOX, ABC, and the Travel Channel, so it's probably legitimate. At the very least, it’s bound to be legitimately entertaining.
What are you waiting for? Get moving on your search for a great new place in Hermitage and start living the good life today!
Average Apartment Rent in Hermitage, Tennessee
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Why should I move to Hermitage?
A city of about 30,000 people, Hermitage is part of Metropolitan Nashville, Tennessee. With a crime index of 44 out of 100, Hermitage has a crime rate that is noticeably lower than the average when compared to other communities of similar population size. Therefore, Hermitage might be a good place for families. The technology headquarters of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu is located in Hermitage, making it a good place for employees to live. For outdoor enthusiasts, Hermitage is also located in the midst of many parks and lakes. Old Hickory Lake and its surrounding areas to the north, for example, offer hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, picnicking, boating, and water skiing, as does J. Percy Priest Lake to the south.
Will I need a car in Hermitage?
You might need a car in Hermitage, but you might not. The number of people who take public transportation in Nashville, TN is 675 percent greater than the Tennessee average and 2 percent less than the national average. As a neighborhood in Nashville, Tennessee, Hermitage is served by the Nashville MTA, which operates one bus route, #6, through the area. Hermitage also contains the Hermitage Regional Rail Station, a stop on the Music City Star Regional Rail that runs from downtown Nashville to Lebanon, Tennessee.
Where are some of the best places for dining out in Hermitage?
Although Hermitage is a small town, there are some decent culinary options available. The highest concentration of restaurants in Hermitage occurs at the confluence of two major thoroughfares: Interstate 70 and Route 45. Some good options include Famous Dave's, Hermitage Steak House, Palmas Verdes, Outback Steakhouse, Mozzarella Pizzeria, Koi Japanese Buffet, Cinco De Mayo Mexican Restaurant, Super Wok, and Chili's Grill and Bar. In addition, Hermitage is home to a plethora of fast food restaurants.