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Living In Knoxville, TN

Getting to Know Knoxville

The historic city of Knoxville blends Southern charm and a cosmopolitan outlook. Its thriving music scene and active nightlife combine with an array of cultural outlets to keep you on the move. Apartment Guide offers an ideal way for potential residents to find a place to live. Finding rental homes in Knoxville, TN, is easy thanks to our website and its up-to-date listings.


Knoxville Attractions

Knoxville is packed with attractions and entertainment venues like the Tennessee Theater, which hosts national music acts, the Knoxville Symphony and second-run showings of classic films. Located alongside a delightful selection of downtown restaurants, the Knoxville Museum of Art offers the chance to view permanent and traveling collections, many focused on East Tennessee. For a memorable dining experience, you can savor a delicious meal on the Volunteer Princess Yacht on the Tennessee River.


Knoxville Apartments and Neighborhoods

From luxury condos for professionals to spacious, stylish apartments ideal for families, Knoxville has it all. While looking for the best place to live in Knoxville, consider the environmentally conscious neighborhood of Bearden Village or beautifully landscaped properties of Deane Hill. Be sure to include the following neighborhoods in your search as well:

  • Downtown: Offering modern conveniences in the city's most historic area, this community draws a variety of residents ranging from young professionals to retirees.
  • North Knoxville: This area treats residents to eye-catching architecture, rich ethnic diversity and easy access to downtown.
  • Sequoyah Hills: This attractive, riverfront neighborhood affords residents the opportunity to enjoy top green spaces and walking trails.
  • Island Home: Popular among professionals and university professors, this welcoming neighborhood is situated along the Tennessee River, just east of the city.


Apartment Guide is a great way to search Knoxville apartments and find the right one for your family. You can filter your search in our listings, and find rental homes with any amenities you need at a price you want.


Fun Things to Do in Knoxville

Looking for free activities in Knoxville? You can get a bird's-eye view of the city from the Sunsphere in World's Fair Park, hike one of the scenic trails at Ijams Nature Center, or browse geological exhibits in the McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture.

If you're a fan of spectator sports, the Tennessee Volunteers football team tackles their collegiate competition in Neyland Stadium, and the city is also home to Minor League Baseball's Tennessee Smokies and the Southern Professional Hockey League's Knoxville Ice Bears.


For Knoxville Families with Kids

The Knoxville Zoo invites the whole family to enjoy up-close encounters with more than 800 animals, and The Muse Knoxville allows kids and kids-at-heart to exercise their creativity in an interactive, educational museum setting.


Part of the Knox County School District, Knoxville offers numerous educational options, including top-rated schools like Rocky Hill Elementary School, West Valley Middle School and Farragut High School.


Knoxville Outdoors and Natural Beauty

Thanks to parks, gardens and other fun spots within the city limits, all four seasons are part of Knoxville's outdoor life. The Knoxville Urban Wilderness project connects 10 different parks into a 40-mile area of trails, historic sites and recreation opportunities. Whether you enjoy biking, hiking or just walking a trail, there is a wealth of activities close to the city. You can often find Knoxville apartments for rent near some of these outdoor settings.


Pet-Friendly Activities in Knoxville

With more than 100 restaurants welcoming dogs at their outside tables and pet-focused facilities like Charter Doyle PetSafe Dog Park and Holston River Dog Park, Knoxville is a great place for your furry friend to call home.


Top Getaways from Knoxville

Looking for a good day trip? Approximately 200 miles west of Knoxville, Nashville invites you to immerse yourself in its music culture, and the peaceful setting of Chattanooga's Appalachian foothills is only 120 miles away, making it ideal for a spur-of-the-moment excursion. For resort-town fun a little closer to home, you can find a full day of entertainment less than an hour away in Pigeon Forge.

Frequently Asked Questions About Knoxville

What is the average rent in Knoxville?

The average rent of a studio apartment in Knoxville is $730 per month. For a one-bedroom apartment it's $899 per month. For a two-bedroom apartment the average rent is $1,020 per month.

What is the average cost of rent for a one-bedroom in Knoxville?

The average rent of a one-bedroom apartment in Knoxville is $899

Are there any cheap apartments for rent in Knoxville?

For the best deal, we recommend using our cheap apartments filter.

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Are there any pet friendly apartments in Knoxville?

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