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376 apartments for rent in Clarksville, TN

Waterford Landings
135 Westfield Ct
1 Bed
$730
2 Bed
$860
3 Bed
$999
942 Princeton Drive
Clarksville
3 Bed
$900
3364 Franklin Meadows Way
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,325
1320 Vantage
Southern View
3 Bed
$1,400
826 Sugarcane Way
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,200
979 Bobcat Dr.
Clarksville
3 Bed
$950
1217 Cobblestone Lane
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,200
3542 Southwood Dr
Clarksville
4 Bed
$1,275
1733 Needmore Rd
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,225
413 Burch Rd
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,095
785 Cherrybark Lane
Clarksville
2 Bed
$685
3235 Twelve Oaks Blvd
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,250
68 West Drive
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,175
1533 Cedar Springs Cir
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,195
3271 Twelve Oaks Boulevard
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,350
210 Beech Street
New Providence
2 Bed
$525
1221 Ashridge Drive H
Clarksville
2 Bed
$695
3804 Harvest Ridge
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,200
181 Kings Deer
Clarksville
3 Bed
$925
1296 Snowball Lane
Clarksville
3 Bed
$1,350
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City Guide
Clarksville
Neighborhoods:

Housing in Clarksville is affordable, especially when compared to other parts of Tennessee, as well as other states. Living here affords residents the option of choosing between historic homes, newer homes with sprawling yards, luxury apartments and cozy townhomes, all within close proximity to the glamour of Nashville, without the luxury prices. Take a gander at some of Clarksville’s most popular neighborhoods and get in where you fit in.

Saint Bethlehem: Very suburban, St. Bethlehem, is an area in close proximity to the interstate, Governor’s Square mall, and entertainment. This neighborhood is popular with locals. Apartments and medium sized single-family homes make up the living spaces around here. While most of the homes are newer (1995-up), some older and established (1960s) homes are located throughout the area. The apartments are fairly new as well and offer great amenities (garages, balconies, pool).

Downtown Historic homes are located down here, as well as newer townhomes and apartments. Living downtown puts residents in close proximity to farmers markets on the weekend, holiday festivals, concerts (Jammin’ in the Alley.) The Riverside area is minutes away for those who want to explore RiverWalk. It also allows residents to be steps away from shopping, bars, restaurants and businesses.

Kenwood Area/North Clarksville: Within the 37042 zip code are a few nice North Clarksville neighborhoods with plenty of homes and apartments for rent. Single-family homes share space with apartment complexes, each offering something different for their renters. For instance, some of the apartment complexes are set on acres of woods, giving renters the feel of seclusion, not to mention great views.

Sango: Known to locals for its parks and golf courses, Sango is a sweet little suburban area. Sango is a great area that offers affordable living. The houses here tend to be large with sprawling yards and the apartments are both newer and established with welcoming pet policies.

Transportation: Last Train to Clarksville

Okay. You got us. There actually is NO train to Clarksville. In fact, while there is public transportation, many people here rely on their own cars. Public transit here is dependent upon bus systems, which serve the area in and around Clarksville, including downtown. The main way to cruise through Clarksville is with your own set of wheels.

Written up many times as one of the best places to live (Reader’s Digest, Money Magazine), Clarksville is every man’s (and woman’s) town. Living in Clarksville is perfect for those who want to mix a little adventure into their suburban life. Residents love it here because there is never a dull moment. At a moment’s notice you can wine taste at the Beachhaven Winery, explore caves, hike through the bluff, explore River Walk, go golfing or biking. One week here and we guarantee, Clarksville will be the only Ten-you-see.