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3 Apartments for rent in Brownsville, TN

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Riverbrook
43 Riverbrook Cv
Brownsville, TN
2 Bedrooms
$545
911 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$620
1092 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 01:14 AM
Welcome to Riverbrook Apartments located in historic Brownsville, Tennessee. The family friendly community features unique floor plan designs, spacious closets, and a fully equipped kitchen.
1 Unit Available
1109 Westmoreland St
1109 Westmoreland Street
Brownsville, TN
3 Bedrooms
$650
1014 sqft
Last updated September 23 at 05:00 AM
1,014 sq.ft Single family home that consist of 3beds/1bath. It comes with central heat and air and fridge. This property is close to Mr. Baby back restaurant, Twin oaks restaurant and Walmart Supercenter.
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804 E. Jefferson Street
804 East Jefferson Street
Brownsville, TN
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 23 at 03:09 AM
GREAT HOME READY FOR IMMEDIATE MOVE IN - This home features an adorable front porch, laminate and hardwood flooring throughout, stove included. Home located on a corner lot and ready for immediate move in.
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City GuideBrownsville
"Brownsville Girl with your Brownsville curls... was thinking about bummin' a ride back to from where she started." --Bob Dylan, Brownsville Girl
"Brownsville Girl with your Brownsville curls... was thinking about bummin' a ride back to from where she started." --Bob Dylan, Brownsville Girl

Brownsville has a mostly urban population, with 9,983 people living within 9.1 square miles. Those who prefer hot, humid summers with slightly chilly winters will enjoy living here. Fisherman in particular will enjoy this area for the hundreds of fish species that call the Hatchie River their home. The cost of apartment rentals in this area is reasonable compared to other areas in the country, not to mention that the sunny weather provides near-endless options for outdoor fun. These factors make Brownsville a tantalizing place to live.

Moving to Brownsville

Finding a house rental in Brownsville will have you living out of a page in history. Agriculture is still the main staple here, with plantations passed down from generation to generation. A visit to Brownsville is like stepping back into the past, with cotton fields and antebellum homes still making up a large portion of the rural area. For those who prefer this day and age, fear not; there are still modern amenities in Brownsville. Even though the downtown scene looks like something out of an old western movie, public artwork is a driving force here as well-- The Mindfield, an ongoing scrap-metal structure by artist Billy Tripp, is on display downtown.

Things are simple in this small town, which is also small enough not to possess any real neighborhoods; even the local water tower advertises "Brownsville: A Good Place to Live." Perhaps that's all you need to see before you make the decision to move, and you could always luck out and find an all-bills-paid apartment. But if simplicity doesn't convince you, maybe fishing will: 11 species of catfish swim in the Hatchie River that runs through town.

Moving to Brownsville
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Finding a house rental in Brownsville will have you living out of a page in history. Agriculture is still the main staple here, with plantations passed down from generation to generation. A visit to Brownsville is like stepping back into the past, with cotton fields and antebellum homes still making up a large portion of the rural area. For those who prefer this day and age, fear not; there are still modern amenities in Brownsville. Even though the downtown scene looks like something out of an old western movie, public artwork is a driving force here as well-- The Mindfield, an ongoing scrap-metal structure by artist Billy Tripp, is on display downtown.

Things are simple in this small town, which is also small enough not to possess any real neighborhoods; even the local water tower advertises "Brownsville: A Good Place to Live." Perhaps that's all you need to see before you make the decision to move, and you could always luck out and find an all-bills-paid apartment. But if simplicity doesn't convince you, maybe fishing will: 11 species of catfish swim in the Hatchie River that runs through town.

Living in Brownsville

To further enforce that history is a big part of this community (as if you couldn't tell already), local leaders have designated a portion of the town as the State Historic District. With over 75 buildings and a cemetery giving a nod to the past, you will start to wonder if you are still living in modern times.

If you're looking for a close-knit community with old-fashioned values (but still want to keep your indoor plumbing), Brownsville is your place. It isn't hard to find a place to rent right now, either -- so the sooner you get here, the sooner you can kick off your boots and make yourself at home.

Living in Brownsville
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To further enforce that history is a big part of this community (as if you couldn't tell already), local leaders have designated a portion of the town as the State Historic District. With over 75 buildings and a cemetery giving a nod to the past, you will start to wonder if you are still living in modern times.

If you're looking for a close-knit community with old-fashioned values (but still want to keep your indoor plumbing), Brownsville is your place. It isn't hard to find a place to rent right now, either -- so the sooner you get here, the sooner you can kick off your boots and make yourself at home.

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City GuideBrownsville
"Brownsville Girl with your Brownsville curls... was thinking about bummin' a ride back to from where she started." --Bob Dylan, Brownsville Girl
"Brownsville Girl with your Brownsville curls... was thinking about bummin' a ride back to from where she started." --Bob Dylan, Brownsville Girl

Brownsville has a mostly urban population, with 9,983 people living within 9.1 square miles. Those who prefer hot, humid summers with slightly chilly winters will enjoy living here. Fisherman in particular will enjoy this area for the hundreds of fish species that call the Hatchie River their home. The cost of apartment rentals in this area is reasonable compared to other areas in the country, not to mention that the sunny weather provides near-endless options for outdoor fun. These factors make Brownsville a tantalizing place to live.

Moving to Brownsville

Finding a house rental in Brownsville will have you living out of a page in history. Agriculture is still the main staple here, with plantations passed down from generation to generation. A visit to Brownsville is like stepping back into the past, with cotton fields and antebellum homes still making up a large portion of the rural area. For those who prefer this day and age, fear not; there are still modern amenities in Brownsville. Even though the downtown scene looks like something out of an old western movie, public artwork is a driving force here as well-- The Mindfield, an ongoing scrap-metal structure by artist Billy Tripp, is on display downtown.

Things are simple in this small town, which is also small enough not to possess any real neighborhoods; even the local water tower advertises "Brownsville: A Good Place to Live." Perhaps that's all you need to see before you make the decision to move, and you could always luck out and find an all-bills-paid apartment. But if simplicity doesn't convince you, maybe fishing will: 11 species of catfish swim in the Hatchie River that runs through town.

Moving to Brownsville
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Finding a house rental in Brownsville will have you living out of a page in history. Agriculture is still the main staple here, with plantations passed down from generation to generation. A visit to Brownsville is like stepping back into the past, with cotton fields and antebellum homes still making up a large portion of the rural area. For those who prefer this day and age, fear not; there are still modern amenities in Brownsville. Even though the downtown scene looks like something out of an old western movie, public artwork is a driving force here as well-- The Mindfield, an ongoing scrap-metal structure by artist Billy Tripp, is on display downtown.

Things are simple in this small town, which is also small enough not to possess any real neighborhoods; even the local water tower advertises "Brownsville: A Good Place to Live." Perhaps that's all you need to see before you make the decision to move, and you could always luck out and find an all-bills-paid apartment. But if simplicity doesn't convince you, maybe fishing will: 11 species of catfish swim in the Hatchie River that runs through town.

Living in Brownsville

To further enforce that history is a big part of this community (as if you couldn't tell already), local leaders have designated a portion of the town as the State Historic District. With over 75 buildings and a cemetery giving a nod to the past, you will start to wonder if you are still living in modern times.

If you're looking for a close-knit community with old-fashioned values (but still want to keep your indoor plumbing), Brownsville is your place. It isn't hard to find a place to rent right now, either -- so the sooner you get here, the sooner you can kick off your boots and make yourself at home.

Living in Brownsville
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To further enforce that history is a big part of this community (as if you couldn't tell already), local leaders have designated a portion of the town as the State Historic District. With over 75 buildings and a cemetery giving a nod to the past, you will start to wonder if you are still living in modern times.

If you're looking for a close-knit community with old-fashioned values (but still want to keep your indoor plumbing), Brownsville is your place. It isn't hard to find a place to rent right now, either -- so the sooner you get here, the sooner you can kick off your boots and make yourself at home.