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Featured Apartments in Sevierville, TN
Start living at Sevierville's newest luxury apartment community, The Overlook at Allensville Square! Lease a brand new apartment home that will be your own, secluded retreat in the Smoky Mountains. The Overlook has resort style amenities offering 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes. You will enjoy the resort-style pool and the outdoor grilling area! Call or visit today to start luxury living!
Sevierville TN, 37876
Minutes from Great Smoky Mtns. national park/Sevierville Events center & Wilderness in the Smokies/Pigeon Forge & Gatlinburg.
Sevierville TN, 37876
Covered Bridge is a quaint & charming residential & commerical community just minutes from downtown Gatlinburg in the Arts & Crafts Community.
Sevierville TN, 37738
Sevierville TN, 37865
Brand New Community... Full size washer and Dryer in every apartment... Close to I-75!
Sevierville TN, 37918
Overview of Sevierville
Nestled in the heart of the Appalachians and surrounded by the culture of west Tennessee mountain life, it is no wonder than Sevierville is called "Your Hometown in the Smokies." Home to beautiful green hiking trails in the summer, autumnal foliage in fall, and snow-capped mountains in the winter, Sevierville apartments for rent are a popular commodity for Tennesseans year round. According to information from the U.S. Census Bureau, Sevierville has seen an increase in population in recent years, which is at more than 15,000 residents today. With so much to offer, it makes sense that many residents are calling Sevierville home.
Living in Sevierville, TN
Although the Great Smoky Mountains had been inhabited by Cherokee Native American hunters searching for mastodons for more than 12,000 years, European settlers did not discover these fertile farming and hunting grounds until the 16th and 17th centuries. One such frontiersman and Revolutionary War hero, John Sevier, was one of the first, gave the city its namesake and later became Tennessee's first governor when the state joined the union in 1796. Sevierville remained the home of Appalachian mountain culture throughout the 1800s. Known for its plentiful agriculture, coal mining and bluegrass music, Sevierville still carries on these traditions today with a thriving tourist industry.
Sevierville Attractions and Special Events
They sky is the limit when it comes to attractions in Sevierville; however, the biggest reason so many tourists and residents alike are drawn to the area is its close location to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. More visitors come to this national park than any other in the country, and for good reason. Because it is part of the Appalachian Trail, home to an interesting history and culture and packed with information about nature and science, there is plenty of outdoor recreation for eco lovers and adventurers alike.
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