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Nashville, Tennessee, 37221
1 Bedroom$700 - $820
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1 Bedroom$732 - $815
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Nashville, Tennessee, 37221
1 Bedroom$919 - $1,605
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Nashville, Tennessee, 37209
1 Bedroom$945 - $1,335
2 Bedrooms$1,050 - $1,640
3 Bedrooms$1,265 - $1,945
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Nashville apartments are ingeniously laid out near city parks and appealing during all four seasons - among Nashville's excellent and sprawling neighborhoods you will find the perfect apartment for you and your family.
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Moving to Music City
In the heart of Tennessee lies “Music City,” aka the state’s capital: Nashville. A music, entertainment, financial, and insurance hub, Nashville has a diverse economy with strong health care, tourism, and education sectors as well. A country music mecca, the city is home to the Country Music Hall of Fame and plenty of hot live venues. But the local music scene also extends outside of country into hip hop, jazz, blues, rock, and reggae, so no matter what flavor of music you crave, Nashville has you covered.
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Get to Know Nashville
Home to an impressive collection of colleges and universities including Belmont University, Tennessee State University, and Vanderbilt University, Nashville has a strong academic and research presence. Plus there are a ton of other opportunities to continue learning in less formal settings. Be social and learn some new techniques by taking a cooking class, or stretch your sore moving muscles and sign up for a yoga class through Steadfast and True Yoga. If you’re a budding artist, refine your skills with a class or workshop offered by Plaza. If something even more casual is more your style, you can get together with other like-minded folks and sing, dance, hike, play tennis, and so much more through the local meetups. Feel at home in the outdoors? With over ten thousand acres of land owned by the city, you’ll find an impressive number of parks and recreational activities to offer. So come and get your fill of Nashville hot chicken or fish, sit in on the Grand Ole Opry show, and start unpacking. A friendly city, Nashville is always welcoming and you’re sure to feel right at home in your new apartment.
Nashville is chalk full of great places to shop and grab a bite to eat. The CoolSprings Galleria has an enormous selection of stores to shop from. With over 150 options, you’re sure to find what you’ve been looking for. At The Factory at Franklin, you can find unique shops, take classes, pick up goods at the Farmers’ Market, and enjoy the free WiFi. Whether you’re looking to organize your new apartment or simply spruce up your wardrobe, you’ll have no trouble at all finding what you need.
There’s always something new and exciting going on here, but the classic attractions can be visited again and again. A trip to Centennial Park will bring you straight to the Parthenon, a true to scale replica of the famous Greek temple. The Tennessee model is also home to the Nashville City Art Museum and a beautiful collection of paintings and changing exhibits, definitely a site to see!
Stroll through the meticulously maintained gardens at the Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art. Spend the day admiring all the different styles, including Japanese, Herb, Wildflower, and perennial gardens. Enjoy the flora, fauna, and works of art along the Carell Woodland Sculpture Trail. A visit to this historic estate is always a pleasure and well worth exploring.
The Nashville Zoo is a treat for animal lovers of all ages. They care for a wide range of species from frogs to flamingos and lemurs to leopards! Plus they have all sorts of fun events like the Zzzoofari Slumber and Red, White and Zoo day to celebrate the fourth. With so many great places to explore, you’ll be hard pressed to come down with a case of the doldrums.
Average Apartment Rent in Nashville, Tennessee
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Nashville Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Nashville have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In February the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Nashville apartment cost $836. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Nashville apartment was $901 in February. The average apartment rent for a 3 bedroom apartment in February was $1,292. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Nashville rentals listed below.
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What neighborhoods in Nashville are good for eating out?
The Gulch is Nashville's newest and hippest neighborhood and has quickly become a favorite dining destination amongst the local food buffs. With a countless array of cafes, bakeries, bistros and upscale dining locales to choose from, as well as several outdoor patios, rooftop terraces, and frequent live music performances, The Gulch is always bustling with excitement. Make sure to stop by Provence Breads in the morning to grab one of their warm and tasty croissants. Historic Hillsboro Village, located just three miles southwest of downtown Nashville, also boasts some of the best restaurants in town. The scrumptious sweet potato pancakes at the renowned Pancake Pantry, a local favorite of almost 50 years, are an absolute must-try.
What are the most fun neighborhoods in Nashville?
In addition to the scores of superb restaurants located in The Gulch, this neighborhood also boasts a booming nightlife, various locally owned shops and boutiques, and a neighborhood art gallery. Also noteworthy, The Gulch is the first LEED certified neighborhood in the South. A downright vivacious locale, visitors and residents of the Gulch enjoy a contemporary lifestyle that is distinctively Nashville. Five Points, located in Nashville's East End, is another popular hangout spot with a diverse mix of eateries, nightspots, art galleries, and music venues. 3 Crow Bar, situated in Five Points, is a local favorite with a kitschy-decor, extensive drink menu, dart boards, and more than two dozen beers on tap.
I want to lease a home in Bellevue for three month. What price I'm looking
Search our site by using 37221 as a zip code to display the apartments in the Bellevue area. After you see the listing page, select the “Rental homes only” in property type and click search again you will see the list of properties that meet your needs. Or go to this link: Rentals near Bellevue Prices range from $800 to over $2000 per month, depending on the apartment’s features.
What's the weather like in Nashville?
The climate in Nashville is humid-subtropical. Summers are warm with average temperatures in the 70s and winters are cool with low temperatures in the 30s. Average annual rainfall is around 48", mostly occurring during the city's long spring and autumn seasons. Nashville does see some light snowfall, about 10" a year on average. The relatively moderate climate of Nashville allows residents to take advantage of the hiking and horseback trails at the expansive 2,700-acre Warner Park nearly year round.
What neighborhoods in Nashville are considered safe? Is Buena Vista a decent place to find an apartment?
Nashville’s Buena Vista neighborhood is located closer to downtown and though it is a lively place to find an apartment, it is not unsafe. Some notoriously unsafe areas include Nolensville Road, which is south of the city, Antioch, and the Madison area. The safer parts of Nashville are in Green Hills or Belle Meade, though both of those areas are rather expensive in terms of rents in Nashville. Bellevue and Sylvan Park are other options to consider finding an apartment, though they are located outside Interstate 440.
I've got dogs. What are the best places in Nashville for being outdoors with pets?
Heritage Bark Park, located on Peachers Mill Road in nearby Clarksville, is a great dog park with separate, fenced-in areas for large and small dogs, an agility course, benches for the human patrons, and provided trash bags and receptacles. Sevier Park is located right in Nashville on Granny White Pike and offers rolling hills covered in green grass, athletic fields, and a paved pathway winding throughout the park. Leashed dogs are welcome, so grab a gourmet popsicle at Las Paletas (located at the entrance to the park) and enjoy a day in the sun with your favorite pooch at this cozy Nashville gem. Fannie Mae Dees Park, located in the Hillsboro/West End neighborhood is another great spot for dogs with tons of open space, trees, and shaded picnic areas. This park is nicknamed "Dragon Park" by the locals for the massive, brightly colored dragon sculpture in its center.
What would an ideal weekend be like in Nashville?
Start out your weekend soaking in the sun at Nashville's Centennial Park. After some hiking or boating and a family picnic, get a taste of Nashville's history at the Tennessee State Museum and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Next, sign up for an evening show and meal on the locally famous General Jackson Showboat. After dinner be sure to check out a concert at Memphis' world class Ryman Auditorium.
How far is the airport from downtown Nashville and can I get there easily and cheaply?
The nearest major airport to Nashville, Tennessee is Nashville International Airport (BNA). This airport is about five miles from the city center. The cheapest way to travel to and from the Nashville International Airport and downtown Nashville is to ride the Nashville MTA's Route 18 Airport/Elm Hill bus, which leaves every hour every day of the week, from about 7 am to about 10 pm. Schedules can be found at the Welcome Center at the airport.
Is the cost of living in Nashville higher relative to surrounding areas or other cities?
The cost of living in Nashville compared to the rest of the country is 18 percent lower than the whole nation average. Hendersonville to the north is 11 percent more expensive than Nashville. To the northeast, Lakewood is 9 percent more expensive than Nashville, Green Hill is 17 percent more expensive than Nashville, and Mount Juliet is 20 percent more expensive than Nashville. Brentwood to the south is a full 57 percent more expensive than Nashville, while Asland City is only 6 percent more expensive than Nashville.
Hi What neighborhoods surround Belmont University
Belmont University in Nashville is surrounded by Belmont/Hillsboro to the south, Hillsboro West End to the west, Edgehill to the north and Historic Waverly to the east. Acklen Westgrove is also very close to Belmont, just to the northeast.