While many places and people might mind being called scruffy, Knoxville TN couldn't care less. In fact, "Scruffy and Proud" is a mantra you'll hear often on Knoxville streets. Residents here are honored to live in the center of Appalachian culture, within the main stomping grounds of old time, bluegrass, and country music. If all that sounds sweet to you, we've got a large supply of apartments in Knoxville TN to choose from so you can start getting scruffy.
Depending on what neighborhood you want to live in, the average rent for one-bedroom apartments in Knoxville TN is $650 a month. In this, and in most every other regard, living in Knoxville will cost you less than many other United States cities. And with the vacancy rate hovering close to ten percent, searching for Knoxville apartments is pretty easy.
If you're new to this town, the city is split into Downtown and North, South, West, and East Knoxville. Downtown you'll find the bulk of the city's business district as well as some residential areas. North Knoxville is known to be up and coming and rich in character. South Knoxville tends to be quieter and is closer to the mountains. The east is where you'll find both the old money and some blue-collar living. West Knoxville has been booming lately with shops, restaurants, and residences. Apartments in Knoxville TN are available in all of these neighborhoods, and each has its own appeal.
Watching the University of Tennessee Volunteers play is one of Knoxville's most popular entertainment options, but it's hardly the only game in town. The Knoxville Zoo is known throughout the world for its breadth of exhibits. The Three Rivers Rambler train will take you on a tour of town-that's particularly appealing if you've got kids in tow. If you're seeking more intellectual stimulation, the Knoxville Museum of Art and the Emporium Center for Arts & Culture are both popular stops. Knoxville has a strong theater scene, historical homes, and plenty of excellent live music as well.