As one of Chattanooga's best kept secrets, Ridgemont Apartments offer peaceful living nestled in the wooded hillside of Stringers Ridge with the convenience of downtown attractions and universities just minutes away (UTC is a short 3.7 miles and Chattanooga State is conveniently only 8.3 miles from your new home). Our proximity to the NorthShore provides great access to local boutiques, restaurants, coffeehouses, galleries, salons and day spas. While living so close to NorthShore , you can explore urban wetlands in the 21 acre Renaissance Park or ride the restored carousel in the city's prized Coolidge Park. You simply can't miss taking a stroll across the Walnut Street Bridge, the longest pedestrian bridge in the world. And that is all before you catch an evening performance at the award winning Chattanooga Theatre Centre. Ridgemont's miles of walking trails, basketball court, fitness center, and our sparkling swimming pool make Ridgemont an excellent fit for active lifestyles. With breathtaking views of Signal Mountain, you will enjoy watching the seasons change from your patio or balcony. Resident Activities and the superior service set Ridgemont apart by creating a true sense of community that you will enjoy calling home. -- Application Fee: $50
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This property is such a nice place to live!! Naturally, I can say the staff are caring and take care of any immediate work orders needed for my home. I love living at Ridgemont!! I highly recommend this property!!!
Great apartments!!! Terrific personnel!!! Very friendly and helpful, made me right at home! Kelly, Carol, and Heather are awesome!!!
the buildings need pressure-washing/paint/repair, pricing continues to go up for rent...these are my two complaints, other than those I have enjoyed living here
Rent was a fair price when I moved in but has increased way more than ever expected especially considering who ever 'fixed up' the apartment before moving in, really only painted over everything. Doors and windows have drafts and screens have holes. The wood on the porch is falling apart and when the warm weather comes there are huge carpenter bees dive bombing me as I run to my car. At first there was always parking, but even with the added spaces sometimes I have nowhere to park.
I believe that there could more opportunities for the residents such as a fire pit area, which is of very low cost.