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60 apartments for rent in Chattanooga, TN

Last updated April 23 at 9:55AM
Hunters Point
7401 Allemande Way
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 23 at 5:43AM
Studio
$804
1 Bedroom
$969
2 Bedrooms
$1,065
Mountain Brook
1185 Mountain Creek Rd
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 22 at 2:53PM
1 Bedroom
$785
2 Bedrooms
$865
Marina Pointe
5750 Lake Resort Dr
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 23 at 6:49AM
1 Bedroom
$783
2 Bedrooms
$1,108
3 Bedrooms
Ask
2032 Chamberlain Ave
Bushtown - Highland Park
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 23 at 7:52AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,960
5748 Taggart Dr
Falling Water - Browntown
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 23 at 7:52AM
3 Bedrooms
$875
321 Guild Dr
Woodmore - Dalewood
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 23 at 9:55AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,595
3409 Shadowlawn Dr
East Ridge
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 23 at 9:55AM
3 Bedrooms
$1,095
1614 Mary Dupre Dr
Hickory Valley - Hamilton Place
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 23 at 7:52AM
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
Reserve at Creekside
1340 Reserve Way
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 22 at 2:39PM
1 Bedroom
$889
2 Bedrooms
$1,034
3 Bedrooms
$1,191
1201 E 34th St
Clifton Hills
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 23 at 1:32AM
3 Bedrooms
$795
7728 Nautical Way
Bonny Oaks - Highway 58
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 22 at 5:37PM
4 Bedrooms
$1,100
3502 Martin Rd
Red Bank
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 18 at 10:32PM
3 Bedrooms
$1,175
3652 Tanaka Trail
Chattanooga
Chattanooga, TN
Updated March 26 at 1:37AM
2 Bedrooms
$625
3301 Navajo Dr. 2
Brainerd
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 20 at 9:58AM
1 Bedroom
$600
Kirby Ave
Ridgedale - Oak Grove - Clifton Hills
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 12 at 2:36PM
3 Bedrooms
$750
12th Ave
Ridgedale - Oak Grove - Clifton Hills
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 15 at 9:19AM
4 Bedrooms
$840
Alice Dr
East Ridge
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 19 at 12:18AM
1 Bedroom
$550
Mountain View Ct
Chattanooga
Chattanooga, TN
Updated April 19 at 12:19AM
3 Bedrooms
$725
5524 Miller Dr
Woodmore - Dalewood
Chattanooga, TN
Updated March 26 at 1:32AM
3 Bedrooms
$850
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City Guide
Chattanooga
Yes, like the Choo-Choo. Chattanooga, Tennessee (otherwise known as the location with the most double consonants and vowels in its name EVER) is precisely where you need to be. Chattanooga frankly has an absurd amount of natural beauty with mountains, lakes, rivers, gentle fawns in meadows serenely nibbling on grass or whatever it is they eat… you get it. It’s gorgeous in that “This land is your land” America song kind of way.

Even the downtown area of this small, industrial city of 169,000 is somehow woodsy and green. As charmingly country as this city is, however, its sophisticated offerings grow daily. Home prices are also fabulously low and the economy is trending upward–all of which translates into a rental bargain for you, and other would-be whittling enthusiasts.

Purple Mountain’s majesty ain’t cheap, fool.

Like many cities with natural attractions, prices in Chattanooga are mostly determined by proximity to the aforementioned mountains, lakes and rivers (the gentle fawns are too variable to price). The Tennessee River runs through downtown, making quasi-urban, riverfront living popular, and the Appalachian Mountains provide the sought-after views in the rest of the city. Living solidly in the country is also incredibly easy and, even with an acreage and cabin in the woods, you’re seldom more than 20 minutes from downtown. Let’s just say if you’re looking for a concrete jungle, this is seriously not it. The bottom line here is that the “view” is definitely a prized amenity when real estate shopping, so realize that you’ll pay more for it.

Not to be confused with Jersey Shore…

The NorthShore district is on the north shore of the Tennessee River (such a clever name) near downtown. It provides boutiques, bars, coffee shops, art gallerias and much of the city’s nightlife. A five- bedroom historical home is about $3000, mid-range, two bedroom townhouses and apartments are $700-$900 and room shares are typically $300-$500.

I want a loft, but with a mountain beside it.

Downtown living options are increasing now in Chattanooga, with about 11,000 people choosing to bunk down near work and play. Typical of many downtowns, Chattanooga’s living arrangements consist of older homes on the edges with both new and renovated lofts and condos in the heart of the business district. Living here can happen for a reasonable price too. If you want to be in the thick of nightlife and the growing arts community, an upscale one bed apartment in a historic building or loft will range from $750 - $950 with prices rising for riverfront properties.

Mansions most likely to be hiding moon shining enterprises

Lookout Mountain. Not to be confused with Space Mountain, which is a roller coaster at Disneyland, Lookout Mountain is a mountain from which you can look out onto the city of Chattanooga (I’m telling you, the names we come up with here slay me). You can rent a four-bedroom “cottage” for a mere $2000 a month. Perhaps a rustic three-bedroom “cabin” is more your style for $1000?

Southside Between Lookout Mountain and downtown Chattanooga is the Southside District– this neighborhood is undergoing a major overhaul. South Broad is the flagship community and is working hard to bring in more commerce and residential options. Living here is for those who are ahead of the curve, hoping to snag a chic address before the price goes up. Old factories have already been refurbished into swank lofts and a historic hotel made into apartments, so these are both good signs. Places here can be cheap. Saint Elmo is a popular neighborhood with beautiful vintage architecture, and a restored (the ‘restored’ part is key) three-bedroom house will rent for around $1000, while a new deluxe loft in the factory area will ring in at around $2000.

Suburbia The suburbs here are the easiest thing to find as they’re, well, everywhere. Chattanooga is certainly no urban megalopolis, so tree-lined streets are omnipresent. Popular choices include Signal Point, East Brainerd, Ooltewah, East Ridge, and Red Bank. All of these areas boast beautiful new houses and townhouses and an incredibly reasonable 10 minute commute to downtown. Most smaller homes here go for between $1000 and $1500 a month, a two-bedroom apartment in Signal Point can be had for as little as $600, an economy one bedroom apartment in Red Bank for $350-450 or a real, actual, mansion in Ooltewah for $3000. If you’re dreaming of a suburban country life, trust me when I say you won’t have any trouble finding it here.

Truck with bumper sticker mandatory

Chattanooga is fortunate to lie at the crossroads of three interstate highways and due to the number of inter-state commuters in this region; they can become very congested during rush hours. Chattanooga traffic itself is not too much of a mess and the city bus service (CARTA) maintains 16 fairly comprehensive fixed routes and a free electric shuttle service in the most highly-touristic areas. Cars remain a necessity for most people, however.

Now get out there and find yourself a place worth writing home about! Happy hunting!