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282 Apartments for rent in Arlington, TN

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Hall Creek
11926 Ambassador Ln S
Arlington, TN
1 Bedroom
$1,164
766 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,479
1126 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,790
1349 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:07 AM
Hall Creek is located in the heart of Arlington close to familiar shopping in Arlington Town Square, dining, business conveniences and Arlington schools.
1 Unit Available
11668 Underwood Dr
11668 Underwood Drive
Arlington, TN | Village of Summer Meadows
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1807 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:35 AM
This gorgeous home features vaulted ceilings in an open floor plan with a fire place and eat in kitchen. The fenced backyard has a custom deck that is perfect for entertaining. The master bedroom features an on suite bathroom and walk in closet.
1 Unit Available
4905 Indian Walk Lane
4905 Indian Walk Lane
Arlington, TN | Shaw's Ridge
4 Bedrooms
$1,750
Last updated April 9 at 11:24 AM
WONDERFUL 4 bed, 2 bath home with easy access to I-40. 4TH BEDROOM MAY BE USED AS A BONUS ROOM. - WONDERFUL 4 bed, 2 bath home with easy access to I-40. 4TH BEDROOM MAY BE USED AS A BONUS ROOM.
Results within 5 miles of Arlington
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6 Units Available
Preserve at Bartlett
8840 Bristol Park Dr
Bartlett, TN | Wolfchase
1 Bedroom
$1,303
764 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,496
1218 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,570
1441 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
Luxury apartments with one, two or three bedrooms. Community amenities include playground, pool, gym and on-site laundry. Units feature fireplace and patio or balcony, and come furnished. Pets welcomed for an additional fee.
Verified
29 Units Available
Stonebridge Crossing
9135 Morning Ridge Road
Memphis, TN | Countrywood
1 Bedroom
$1,065
650 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,230
950 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,335
1200 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
Winner of 2019 Memphis Diamond Awards for Community, Assistant, Service, and Leasing Managers! 2019 ApartmentRatings Top Rated Community Award!
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11 Units Available
Somerset at Lakeland
2918 Champions Dr
Lakeland, TN
1 Bedroom
$935
806 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,090
1137 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,406
1452 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:01 AM
Exquisitely designed and landscaped, Somerset at Lakeland offers a wonderful blend of convenience and care free living along with an energetic team dedicated to your satisfaction and an unmatched standard of excellence in living in Lakeland, TN.
Verified
6 Units Available
Villas at Houston Levee East Apartments
10107 Havanese Ln
Germantown, TN | Gray's Creek
1 Bedroom
$1,225
866 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,804
1226 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,759
1486 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:15 AM
Close to I-40 and area parks. Ample amenities including a fitness center, pool, electronic charging areas, grilling stations, and a playground. Spacious interiors with open floor plans and chef-inspired kitchens.
Verified
15 Units Available
Villas at Houston Levee West Apartments
10041 Blue Rapid Ln
Germantown, TN
1 Bedroom
$1,297
850 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,374
1209 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,807
1486 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:09 AM
This charming community offers designer finishes throughout including a chef-inspired kitchen, attached garages, and garden tubs. Pet-friendly. On-site electronic charging areas, fitness center, and a resort-style pool.
1 Unit Available
1075 Cross Meadow Rd
1075 Cross Meadow Road
Shelby County, TN | Gray's Creek
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1251 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:18 AM
Beautiful 3/2 brick home in Cordova! Plantation shutters throughout. Stainless steel appliances. Breakfast bar, Separate laundry room with Washer and Dryer! Built in bookshelves surround FP. Spacious bedrooms are carpeted.
1 Unit Available
1474 Lawson Drive
1474 Lawson Drive
Shelby County, TN | Gray's Creek
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1475 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 03:10 AM
Gorgeous Cordova Location, Corner Lot, Fenced Backyard with Pergola, 2 Car Garage, 3 Bedrooms with Large Master Suite opposite side of the house - Master Bathroom offers double walk in closets, Large Open Kitchen Floor Plan, Great for Entertaining,
1 Unit Available
2654 Bending Elm Cove
2654 Bending Elm Drive
Memphis, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,645
1676 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 02:52 AM
Though this home is currently occupied, you can APPLY NOW to rent when available. Please respect the current resident’s privacy and do not disturb. This home is managed by FirstKey Homes, helping you Unlock More from your home rental experience.
1 Unit Available
10038 WOODLAND BIRCH DR
10038 Woodland Birch Drive
Lakeland, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
1551 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:45 AM
For more information, contact Janie Courser at (901) 279-8653. Visit http://www.crye-leike.com/memphis/10088562 to view more pictures of this property. Come see this perfect 3br/2ba home in the desirable Lakeland area.
1 Unit Available
8210 Penny Ln.
8210 Penny Lane
Shelby County, TN
4 Bedrooms
$875
1239 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Very Nice Newly Renovated Home in Brunswick Area - This is a four bedroom one and a half bathroom home that has new LVT flooring laid throughout. There is a great sized living room and nice sized kitchen.
1 Unit Available
9724 Riggin Dr
9724 Riggin Drive
Memphis, TN
4 Bedrooms
$1,495
1884 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home In Cordova - Meridian Property Management does not advertise on Social Media or Craigslist. We do not accept payment for application fees, security deposits or rent through Paypal, Venmo, or CashApp.
1 Unit Available
10247 Woodland Hills Dr
10247 Woodland Hills Drive
Shelby County, TN | Gray's Creek
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1948 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:35 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 10247 Woodland Hills Dr in Shelby County. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
2189 Rocky Stream Dr
2189 Rocky Stream Drive
Memphis, TN | Countrywood
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1411 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:35 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 2189 Rocky Stream Dr in Memphis. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
8970 Gracie Cv
8970 Gracie Cove
Memphis, TN | Countrywood
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1504 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:35 AM
Stunning home with a lovely spacious kitchen and tile floors, master bedroom and bathroom with marble spa bath tub, up-scale living room with fireplace and built in book shelves, two-car garage and many more! To view this home using our automated
1 Unit Available
1109 Big Orange Rd
1109 Big Orange Rd
Shelby County, TN | Alliance of Cordova Neighborhoods
4 Bedrooms
$1,450
1765 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:07 AM
Interested in this home? You clearly have exceptional taste.
1 Unit Available
2275 Lake Springs Ln
2275 Lake Springs Lane
Memphis, TN | Countrywood
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
Last updated April 9 at 11:23 AM
3 Bedroom with bonus, 2.5 Bathrooms in Cordova near Chimney - Newly renovated home in wonderful Cordova neighborhood!! 3 Bedrooms with bonus room, 2.
1 Unit Available
10355 Godwin Road
10355 Godwin Road
Shelby County, TN
4 Bedrooms
$1,200
2021 sqft
Last updated March 10 at 05:09 PM
Charming 4 bedrooms, 2 bath home located in Volmo Colemans Subdivision of Arlington is now available for rent. Separate living room and den both very spacious with carpet flooring and fresh new paint.
1 Unit Available
10221 Cottage Farms Drive
10221 Cottage Farms Drive
Memphis, TN | Gray's Creek
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1262 sqft
Last updated February 7 at 06:10 PM
For a limited time, application fee(s) will be credited back, with a signed lease!* Hurry and apply since this promotional offer won't last for long.
1 Unit Available
1592 Far Drive
1592 Far Drive
Shelby County, TN | Cumberland Farms
3 Bedrooms
$1,225
1451 sqft
Last updated December 11 at 04:45 PM
Now leasing a 3 bedroom 2 bath home in Cordova.
Results within 10 miles of Arlington
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14 Units Available
Villas at Cordova
8546 Prestine Loop
Memphis, TN | Alliance of Cordova Neighborhoods
1 Bedroom
$1,066
785 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,171
1162 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,412
1431 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:48 AM
Centrally located in Cordova. Convenient to I-40 and Germantown Parkway. All homes feature private villa entrances and designer gourmet kitchens. Select units come with direct access garages. Tenants enjoy direct access to Shelby Farms Greenline.
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4 Units Available
Cordova Creek
7965 Humphreys Hill Dr
Memphis, TN | Hunters Hollow South
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,034
1176 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 01:47 AM
Comfortable apartment community that combines luxury and functionality. Units offer laminate wood floors, patios and balconies and wood-burning fireplaces. Residents have access to an on-site fitness center. Near Germantown Pkwy.
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City Guide

Arlington
"And I'm proud to be on this peaceful piece of property / I'm on sacred ground and I'm in the best of company / I'm thankful for those thankful for the things I've done / I can rest in peace. I'm one of the chosen ones / I made it to Arlington." -- Trace Adkins, "Arlington"
"And I'm proud to be on this peaceful piece of property / I'm on sacred ground and I'm in the best of company / I'm thankful for those thankful for the things I've done / I can rest in peace. I'm one of the chosen ones / I made it to Arlington." -- Trace Adkins, "Arlington"

Trace Adkins' song lyrics pay tribute to fallen soldiers laid to rest in the Arlington National Cemetery. Arlington was named after this national treasure a few years after incorporation. The city has evolved into a community with plenty of green space and quiet living. If you want vibrant city action -- this isn't exactly your spot. Relaxing and honoring history is the name of the game in this Tennessee town.

Moving to Arlington

What It Costs

The cost of living in Arlington is lower than the national average, but higher than many Tennessee cities. Many Arlington neighborhoods consist of single-family homes versus apartment complexes. Expect higher rental prices.

When to Start Looking

Look early and often when searching for places to rent. Arlington properties are hot and don't stay on the market long. However, you'd do best visiting in the late fall, winter, or early spring when the weather isn't in the 70s and 80s.

What You Need

A standard rental application requires a credit check, employment and rental history, income information, application fees, and a security deposit, which is normally one month's rent. If you really want to up your chances, come with your credit score and references already in hand. It'll speed up the process and you'll most likely need it anyway. Plus, it'll show that you mean business!

Moving to Arlington
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What It Costs

The cost of living in Arlington is lower than the national average, but higher than many Tennessee cities. Many Arlington neighborhoods consist of single-family homes versus apartment complexes. Expect higher rental prices.

When to Start Looking

Look early and often when searching for places to rent. Arlington properties are hot and don't stay on the market long. However, you'd do best visiting in the late fall, winter, or early spring when the weather isn't in the 70s and 80s.

What You Need

A standard rental application requires a credit check, employment and rental history, income information, application fees, and a security deposit, which is normally one month's rent. If you really want to up your chances, come with your credit score and references already in hand. It'll speed up the process and you'll most likely need it anyway. Plus, it'll show that you mean business!

Neighborhoods Galore

There are quite a few neighborhoods in Arlington, practically one for every resident. Regardless, apartments to rent are limited. You might have better luck with home rentals. The good news is whether you want to live in or near the center of town, live in newer communities with family-friendly amenities, or hang out in really rural areas, Arlington has a community for you.

Arlington Town Center: Arlington Town Center is, of course, in the heart of the city. This area is well-established and lightly populated, featuring homes, a public library, a church or two, and small retail shops. One big plus for living in or around the town center is being in close proximity to popular restaurant Vinegar Jim's. The eatery is famous for its homemade fried pies and southern charm. Plus, it is the town's oldest restaurant. Good luck trying to find rentals in this community.

Brooks Manor: Brooks Manor has single-family homes on larger lots with walking trails and a playground. This neighborhood is a bit more rural and quiet, as it is located far south of the town center, across Interstate 40.

Forrest Grove: Forrest Grove is described as a "quaint, unique, circular subdivision nestled in the heart of Arlington, TN." It's close to the town center, yet far enough away to still maintain a quiet, suburban vibe.

Kensington: Located east of the town center, Kensington has built-in walking trails and plenty of green space for community residents to enjoy.

Peeler Meadows: Peeler Meadows is a more rural neighborhood near the southeast city border. Rentals are scarce... we're talking real-hairs-on-Donald-Trump's-head scarce. So allot plenty of time if you're trying to find one in this neighborhood.

Summer Meadows: Summer Meadows and the Village of Summer Meadows are adjacent neighborhoods near Arlington High School. These subdivisions have easy access to major roadways, but not major rental opportunities.

Village at White Oak: Village at White Oak is a newer Arlington subdivision of single-family homes with three and four bedroom floor plans. Don't expect apartment complexes in this community.

Neighborhoods Galore
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There are quite a few neighborhoods in Arlington, practically one for every resident. Regardless, apartments to rent are limited. You might have better luck with home rentals. The good news is whether you want to live in or near the center of town, live in newer communities with family-friendly amenities, or hang out in really rural areas, Arlington has a community for you.

Arlington Town Center: Arlington Town Center is, of course, in the heart of the city. This area is well-established and lightly populated, featuring homes, a public library, a church or two, and small retail shops. One big plus for living in or around the town center is being in close proximity to popular restaurant Vinegar Jim's. The eatery is famous for its homemade fried pies and southern charm. Plus, it is the town's oldest restaurant. Good luck trying to find rentals in this community.

Brooks Manor: Brooks Manor has single-family homes on larger lots with walking trails and a playground. This neighborhood is a bit more rural and quiet, as it is located far south of the town center, across Interstate 40.

Forrest Grove: Forrest Grove is described as a "quaint, unique, circular subdivision nestled in the heart of Arlington, TN." It's close to the town center, yet far enough away to still maintain a quiet, suburban vibe.

Kensington: Located east of the town center, Kensington has built-in walking trails and plenty of green space for community residents to enjoy.

Peeler Meadows: Peeler Meadows is a more rural neighborhood near the southeast city border. Rentals are scarce... we're talking real-hairs-on-Donald-Trump's-head scarce. So allot plenty of time if you're trying to find one in this neighborhood.

Summer Meadows: Summer Meadows and the Village of Summer Meadows are adjacent neighborhoods near Arlington High School. These subdivisions have easy access to major roadways, but not major rental opportunities.

Village at White Oak: Village at White Oak is a newer Arlington subdivision of single-family homes with three and four bedroom floor plans. Don't expect apartment complexes in this community.

The Arlington Experience

Arlington is a green-space community. If you like sports and outdoor activities, the city's got you covered with eight parks, a sports complex aptly named the Arlington Sports Complex, athletic fields, playgrounds, and nature trails. Outside of that, you've got to go elsewhere for fun. But to do that, you'll need a car.

Arlington's appeal is small-town charm with easy access to big city conveniences. Even with limited places to rent, it's worth considering for long-term living. Just make sure you have a car!

The Arlington Experience
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Arlington is a green-space community. If you like sports and outdoor activities, the city's got you covered with eight parks, a sports complex aptly named the Arlington Sports Complex, athletic fields, playgrounds, and nature trails. Outside of that, you've got to go elsewhere for fun. But to do that, you'll need a car.

Arlington's appeal is small-town charm with easy access to big city conveniences. Even with limited places to rent, it's worth considering for long-term living. Just make sure you have a car!

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City Guide

Arlington
"And I'm proud to be on this peaceful piece of property / I'm on sacred ground and I'm in the best of company / I'm thankful for those thankful for the things I've done / I can rest in peace. I'm one of the chosen ones / I made it to Arlington." -- Trace Adkins, "Arlington"
"And I'm proud to be on this peaceful piece of property / I'm on sacred ground and I'm in the best of company / I'm thankful for those thankful for the things I've done / I can rest in peace. I'm one of the chosen ones / I made it to Arlington." -- Trace Adkins, "Arlington"

Trace Adkins' song lyrics pay tribute to fallen soldiers laid to rest in the Arlington National Cemetery. Arlington was named after this national treasure a few years after incorporation. The city has evolved into a community with plenty of green space and quiet living. If you want vibrant city action -- this isn't exactly your spot. Relaxing and honoring history is the name of the game in this Tennessee town.

Moving to Arlington

What It Costs

The cost of living in Arlington is lower than the national average, but higher than many Tennessee cities. Many Arlington neighborhoods consist of single-family homes versus apartment complexes. Expect higher rental prices.

When to Start Looking

Look early and often when searching for places to rent. Arlington properties are hot and don't stay on the market long. However, you'd do best visiting in the late fall, winter, or early spring when the weather isn't in the 70s and 80s.

What You Need

A standard rental application requires a credit check, employment and rental history, income information, application fees, and a security deposit, which is normally one month's rent. If you really want to up your chances, come with your credit score and references already in hand. It'll speed up the process and you'll most likely need it anyway. Plus, it'll show that you mean business!

Moving to Arlington
+

What It Costs

The cost of living in Arlington is lower than the national average, but higher than many Tennessee cities. Many Arlington neighborhoods consist of single-family homes versus apartment complexes. Expect higher rental prices.

When to Start Looking

Look early and often when searching for places to rent. Arlington properties are hot and don't stay on the market long. However, you'd do best visiting in the late fall, winter, or early spring when the weather isn't in the 70s and 80s.

What You Need

A standard rental application requires a credit check, employment and rental history, income information, application fees, and a security deposit, which is normally one month's rent. If you really want to up your chances, come with your credit score and references already in hand. It'll speed up the process and you'll most likely need it anyway. Plus, it'll show that you mean business!

Neighborhoods Galore

There are quite a few neighborhoods in Arlington, practically one for every resident. Regardless, apartments to rent are limited. You might have better luck with home rentals. The good news is whether you want to live in or near the center of town, live in newer communities with family-friendly amenities, or hang out in really rural areas, Arlington has a community for you.

Arlington Town Center: Arlington Town Center is, of course, in the heart of the city. This area is well-established and lightly populated, featuring homes, a public library, a church or two, and small retail shops. One big plus for living in or around the town center is being in close proximity to popular restaurant Vinegar Jim's. The eatery is famous for its homemade fried pies and southern charm. Plus, it is the town's oldest restaurant. Good luck trying to find rentals in this community.

Brooks Manor: Brooks Manor has single-family homes on larger lots with walking trails and a playground. This neighborhood is a bit more rural and quiet, as it is located far south of the town center, across Interstate 40.

Forrest Grove: Forrest Grove is described as a "quaint, unique, circular subdivision nestled in the heart of Arlington, TN." It's close to the town center, yet far enough away to still maintain a quiet, suburban vibe.

Kensington: Located east of the town center, Kensington has built-in walking trails and plenty of green space for community residents to enjoy.

Peeler Meadows: Peeler Meadows is a more rural neighborhood near the southeast city border. Rentals are scarce... we're talking real-hairs-on-Donald-Trump's-head scarce. So allot plenty of time if you're trying to find one in this neighborhood.

Summer Meadows: Summer Meadows and the Village of Summer Meadows are adjacent neighborhoods near Arlington High School. These subdivisions have easy access to major roadways, but not major rental opportunities.

Village at White Oak: Village at White Oak is a newer Arlington subdivision of single-family homes with three and four bedroom floor plans. Don't expect apartment complexes in this community.

Neighborhoods Galore
+

There are quite a few neighborhoods in Arlington, practically one for every resident. Regardless, apartments to rent are limited. You might have better luck with home rentals. The good news is whether you want to live in or near the center of town, live in newer communities with family-friendly amenities, or hang out in really rural areas, Arlington has a community for you.

Arlington Town Center: Arlington Town Center is, of course, in the heart of the city. This area is well-established and lightly populated, featuring homes, a public library, a church or two, and small retail shops. One big plus for living in or around the town center is being in close proximity to popular restaurant Vinegar Jim's. The eatery is famous for its homemade fried pies and southern charm. Plus, it is the town's oldest restaurant. Good luck trying to find rentals in this community.

Brooks Manor: Brooks Manor has single-family homes on larger lots with walking trails and a playground. This neighborhood is a bit more rural and quiet, as it is located far south of the town center, across Interstate 40.

Forrest Grove: Forrest Grove is described as a "quaint, unique, circular subdivision nestled in the heart of Arlington, TN." It's close to the town center, yet far enough away to still maintain a quiet, suburban vibe.

Kensington: Located east of the town center, Kensington has built-in walking trails and plenty of green space for community residents to enjoy.

Peeler Meadows: Peeler Meadows is a more rural neighborhood near the southeast city border. Rentals are scarce... we're talking real-hairs-on-Donald-Trump's-head scarce. So allot plenty of time if you're trying to find one in this neighborhood.

Summer Meadows: Summer Meadows and the Village of Summer Meadows are adjacent neighborhoods near Arlington High School. These subdivisions have easy access to major roadways, but not major rental opportunities.

Village at White Oak: Village at White Oak is a newer Arlington subdivision of single-family homes with three and four bedroom floor plans. Don't expect apartment complexes in this community.

The Arlington Experience

Arlington is a green-space community. If you like sports and outdoor activities, the city's got you covered with eight parks, a sports complex aptly named the Arlington Sports Complex, athletic fields, playgrounds, and nature trails. Outside of that, you've got to go elsewhere for fun. But to do that, you'll need a car.

Arlington's appeal is small-town charm with easy access to big city conveniences. Even with limited places to rent, it's worth considering for long-term living. Just make sure you have a car!

The Arlington Experience
+

Arlington is a green-space community. If you like sports and outdoor activities, the city's got you covered with eight parks, a sports complex aptly named the Arlington Sports Complex, athletic fields, playgrounds, and nature trails. Outside of that, you've got to go elsewhere for fun. But to do that, you'll need a car.

Arlington's appeal is small-town charm with easy access to big city conveniences. Even with limited places to rent, it's worth considering for long-term living. Just make sure you have a car!