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21 Apartments for rent in Lenoir City, TN

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236 Johnson Dr
236 Johnson Drive
Lenoir City, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,275
1564 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:57 PM
Beautiful 3 br 2 bath rancher on level wooded lot with hardwood floors and carpet in bedrooms. Close to schools and shopping.
1 Unit Available
413 W 5th Ave
413 West 5th Avenue
Lenoir City, TN
2 Bedrooms
$750
825 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:57 PM
2bd/1ba unit of duplex in Lenoir City. Hardwood floors, window a/c and central heat. Close to all the amenities of downtown Lenoir City.
1 Unit Available
811 N B ST
811 North B Street
Lenoir City, TN
2 Bedrooms
$995
1055 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
NEWLY REMODELED SINGLE FAMILY HOME - Property Id: 119225 NEWLY REMODELED SINGLE FAMILY HOME WITH BASEMENT - "MODERN FLOOR PLAN" NEW ROOF, TILE SHOWER,NEW HVAC UNIT, NEW ELECTRICAL,NEW KITCHEN CABINETS & MORE.... Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.
Results within 1 mile of Lenoir City
1 Unit Available
2684 Avery Circle
2684 Avery Circle
Loudon County, TN
2 Bedrooms
$950
925 sqft
Last updated October 28 at 12:00 AM
This quaint brick duplex has everything you are looking for, from its functional floorplan with an airy and bright living room, designated dining and laundry areas, & spacious bedrooms, to the off-street parking, large lawn, and more.
1 Unit Available
2450 Town Creek Road West - A1
2450 Town Creek Road West
Loudon County, TN
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1200 sqft
Last updated October 28 at 12:00 AM
Spacious Two Bedroom Two Bathroom Condo in Lenoir City! This Unit has been Freshly Painted, New Floors in the Living Room, Huge Bedrooms and Walk In Closets. Minutes From the Interstate and All Shopping!
Results within 5 miles of Lenoir City
1 Unit Available
709 Lakeview Drive
709 Lakeview Drive
Loudon, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1890 sqft
Last updated October 28 at 12:00 AM
Adorable, remodeled ranch home on a quiet cul-de-sac street. Spacious family room, Open kitchen, Granite countertops, Large sunroom,Hardwood floors, and much more. Outside you will enjoy the huge fenced yard.
1 Unit Available
12744 Ackley Cir
12744 Ackley Circle
Farragut, TN
4 Bedrooms
$2,600
3200 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:37 AM
Available 11/08/20 Beautiful house in Fox Run Subdivision - Property Id: 400530 Perfect location on quiet street in Fox Run Subdivision.
1 Unit Available
14275-E Virtue Road
14275 Virtue Rd
Loudon County, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1350 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:36 AM
14275-E Virtue Road Available 12/01/20 Beautiful setting, One Level 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage - 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 2 Car Garage This one level duplex has everything plus the quiet setting.
1 Unit Available
750 Foster Dr
750 Foster Drive
Loudon County, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1700 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
Located in the Martell Estates East Subdivision, Unique, large one level home in excellent location! - This home has so much character! 1700 Square foot, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with large sunroom on huge level lot in excellent Lenoir City location!
1 Unit Available
1047 Carding Machine Rd.
1047 Carding Machine Road
Loudon, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1348 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Beautiful and spacious 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home! - This 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home features a living room, family room and utility room with washer/dryer hookups.
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9 Units Available
The Enclave of Hardin Valley
2100 Greenland Way
Knoxville, TN
1 Bedroom
$1,070
854 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,189
1067 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,420
1165 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:32 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at The Enclave of Hardin Valley in Knoxville. View photos, descriptions and more!
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9 Units Available
Teller Village
100 Teejay Dr
Oak Ridge, TN
2 Bedrooms
$720
928 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated October 27 at 06:07 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at Teller Village in Oak Ridge. View photos, descriptions and more!
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4 Units Available
The Oaks
101 Gates Dr O
Oak Ridge, TN
1 Bedroom
$685
400 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
800 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:17 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at The Oaks in Oak Ridge. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
509 Cimarron Circle - 1
509 Cimmaron Circle
Tellico Village, TN
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1808 sqft
Last updated October 28 at 12:00 AM
Relax and enjoy stunning Smokey Mountain views from the deck of this high quality partially furnished townhome. Features include 3 bedrooms, 2.
1 Unit Available
601 Augustan Lane
601 Augustan Lane
Farragut, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1764 sqft
Last updated October 28 at 12:00 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 601 Augustan Lane in Farragut. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
201 Toqua Greens Lane
201 Toqua Greens Lane
Tellico Village, TN
3 Bedrooms
$2,150
2185 sqft
Last updated October 28 at 12:00 AM
Come enjoy life this nice ranch home in center of Tellico Village. Located in the center of Tellico Village, this homes allows you to be close to the activities, shopping, restaurants, and amenities.
1 Unit Available
303 Chota View Place - 1, Furnished Vacation Rental
303 Chota View Place
Tellico Village, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1504 sqft
Last updated October 28 at 12:00 AM
Adorable end-unit townhome in the heart of Tellico Village. This three bedroom two bathroom home has everything you need for your East Tennessee vacation.
1 Unit Available
1629 Dempsey Rd
1629 Dempsey Drive
Knox County, TN
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
2751 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:57 PM
Hardin Valley Find: Bright 2400 sq ft two-story home off Campbell Station Road - built Oct 2012! Quiet, cul-de-sac location, 20 minutes to Oak Ridge. Welcoming, stylish stone/shake front with timber post covered porch.
1 Unit Available
163 Elokwa Way
163 Elowka Way
Tellico Village, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1307 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:36 AM
3 Bedroom House In TELLICO VILLAGE - This is a beautiful 3 bedroom home located in Tellico Village. This is a must see home.
1 Unit Available
1074 Evelyn Drive
1074 Evelyn Drive
Loudon, TN
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1610 sqft
Last updated October 27 at 11:36 AM
LIKE NEW! Beautiful ONE LEVEL 4 bedroom 2 bath home in a lovely area of Loudon! - Beautiful large ONE LEVEL home with 4 bedrooms in a very quiet neighborhood.
1 Unit Available
12220 West Kingsgate Rd.
12220 West Kingsgate Road
Farragut, TN
3 Bedrooms
Ask
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1800 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Beautiful hillside property overlooking the East Tennessee Mountainside. - Enjoy amazing views of East Tennessee from this newly renovated split foyer.
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How much is rent in Lenoir City?
Apartment Rentals in Lenoir City start at $750/month.
How much is rent in Lenoir City?
Apartment Rentals in Lenoir City start at $750/month.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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While some Lenoir City properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Lenoir City properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Lenoir City.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Lenoir City. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Knoxville, and The University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
How can I find off-campus housing in Lenoir City?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Lenoir City. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Tennessee College of Applied Technology-Knoxville, and The University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

City Guide

Lenoir City
John C Calhoun, southern statesman and vice president under Andrew Jackson, was quoted as saying, "The Lenoir Estate in Loudoun County is the most princely property in Tennessee. It has all the picturesque environments and attractive surroundings of an English baronial estate." This "princely property" was newly established as Lenoir City in 1890.
John C Calhoun, southern statesman and vice president under Andrew Jackson, was quoted as saying, "The Lenoir Estate in Loudoun County is the most princely property in Tennessee. It has all the picturesque environments and attractive surroundings of an English baronial estate." This "princely property" was newly established as Lenoir City in 1890.

Lenoir City is the largest city in Loudoun -- the county known as being the "Lakeway to the Smokies." This medium-size city has a population of 8,642 residents who are lucky enough to benefit from some truly breathtaking mountain views in every season. If all this talk about the nearby Smoky Mountains gives you the impression that Lenoir City is isolated, however, then you'll be pleased to hear that there are four major federal highways going right through the city. These include Route 11, which runs along the river shore in an east-to-west direction; U.S. Route 321, which runs north to south; and Interstate 75 and U.S. Route 70. Both of the latter intersect on US-321 in the northern section of the city.

Moving to Lenoir City, TN

If the call of all those Appalachian Trails is just too much temptation, grab your hiking boots and start walking. Lenoir City is mostly owner-occupied, so you might get to know quite a few trails before something becomes available -- must be all that gorgeous scenery and mountain air keeping everyone happy.

Take a Hike

While you're yodeling your way through the mountains, it can't hurt to pick up the pace of your hunt for rental properties in Lenoir City. One place to start looking might be The Cove at Creekwood Park, located at 245 Creekwood Lane. Not only can you find one- to three-bedroom apartments here, but the complex is also conveniently situated near US-321, Interstate 75 and U.S. Route 70. There are also plenty of amenities to enjoy there, including a state-of-the-art fitness center to melt away your stress and the two chocolate bars you ate before bedtime; a clubhouse for all those dance parties you'll want to host; a business center for (ho-hum) business; and a washer and dryer in each unit to wash away all of the evidence from any of the aforementioned activities.

Be on the lookout

Let the real estate agents and apartment property managers be your apartment locators, as they will likely be the first to know about any vacancies. You might even consider taking your search for those new one-bedroom apartments up a notch or two by bringing these property hunters shiny apples and showing them your best attempt at a Tennessee accent. What are we saying here? Become a familiar face, but not the kind you want to smack with a fly swatter. Sometimes it really does help to know someone.

Be ready

Whenever availability is scarce, you have to be ready to move at the speed of lightning. Being ready, in this case, means having your current credit history, proof of your identity and employment, at least two references and some of that green stuff we all love so much. Generally speaking, you'll need one month's rent up front plus the required security deposit. The deposit amount differs from place to place, so get that information in advance to ensure your piggy bank is as full as you need it to be.

Moving to Lenoir City, TN
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If the call of all those Appalachian Trails is just too much temptation, grab your hiking boots and start walking. Lenoir City is mostly owner-occupied, so you might get to know quite a few trails before something becomes available -- must be all that gorgeous scenery and mountain air keeping everyone happy.

Take a Hike

While you're yodeling your way through the mountains, it can't hurt to pick up the pace of your hunt for rental properties in Lenoir City. One place to start looking might be The Cove at Creekwood Park, located at 245 Creekwood Lane. Not only can you find one- to three-bedroom apartments here, but the complex is also conveniently situated near US-321, Interstate 75 and U.S. Route 70. There are also plenty of amenities to enjoy there, including a state-of-the-art fitness center to melt away your stress and the two chocolate bars you ate before bedtime; a clubhouse for all those dance parties you'll want to host; a business center for (ho-hum) business; and a washer and dryer in each unit to wash away all of the evidence from any of the aforementioned activities.

Be on the lookout

Let the real estate agents and apartment property managers be your apartment locators, as they will likely be the first to know about any vacancies. You might even consider taking your search for those new one-bedroom apartments up a notch or two by bringing these property hunters shiny apples and showing them your best attempt at a Tennessee accent. What are we saying here? Become a familiar face, but not the kind you want to smack with a fly swatter. Sometimes it really does help to know someone.

Be ready

Whenever availability is scarce, you have to be ready to move at the speed of lightning. Being ready, in this case, means having your current credit history, proof of your identity and employment, at least two references and some of that green stuff we all love so much. Generally speaking, you'll need one month's rent up front plus the required security deposit. The deposit amount differs from place to place, so get that information in advance to ensure your piggy bank is as full as you need it to be.

Neighborhoods

There are no real neighborhoods to speak of here. However, whatever part of Lenoir City you choose, it is sure to be mellower than most cities you're used to. Whether it's because people have something better to do, or they are just overcome by the beauty of their surroundings; it's not entirely clear. Again, because rentals are scarce, you might just have to go with the flow on that one.

Neighborhoods
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There are no real neighborhoods to speak of here. However, whatever part of Lenoir City you choose, it is sure to be mellower than most cities you're used to. Whether it's because people have something better to do, or they are just overcome by the beauty of their surroundings; it's not entirely clear. Again, because rentals are scarce, you might just have to go with the flow on that one.

Living in Lenoir City, TN

Lenoir City has a plethora of restaurants to try and try again until you find your favorite. There are, of course, the usual round of chain restaurants, like Cracker Barrel Old Country Store (great if you love your chicken and dumplings) or Ruby Tuesdays. There are also, however, many other tempting restaurants to choose from, including Takoyaki Japanese Steak and Sushi, Cinco Amigos and Casa Fiesta, Calhoun's or Good Eats.

When your belly is full of good food and you want to know more about the history of your new town, head on over to the Cotton Mill Warehouse at 150 Bussell's Ferry Road, followed by the Cotton Mill on Town Creek. The warehouse is a private residence now, but you can still check it out from the road. It was built ca. 1830 to hold raw cotton and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

The story of the Cotton Mill is both interesting and tragic. It was saved from being burned to the ground during the Civil War only to be set on fire by arsonists in 1991. Unfortunately, that fire destroyed any hopes for its restoration. The ruins are still there, however, and visitors are encouraged to stop by. There aren't any gift shops selling coffee or t-shirts, but it is still a cool part of local history worth seeing. Finally, if we haven't teased you enough with the tales of the Smoky trails, check them out! Even if you don't particularly like exercise, you cannot help but stop and smell the great outdoors.

Living in Lenoir City, TN
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Lenoir City has a plethora of restaurants to try and try again until you find your favorite. There are, of course, the usual round of chain restaurants, like Cracker Barrel Old Country Store (great if you love your chicken and dumplings) or Ruby Tuesdays. There are also, however, many other tempting restaurants to choose from, including Takoyaki Japanese Steak and Sushi, Cinco Amigos and Casa Fiesta, Calhoun's or Good Eats.

When your belly is full of good food and you want to know more about the history of your new town, head on over to the Cotton Mill Warehouse at 150 Bussell's Ferry Road, followed by the Cotton Mill on Town Creek. The warehouse is a private residence now, but you can still check it out from the road. It was built ca. 1830 to hold raw cotton and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

The story of the Cotton Mill is both interesting and tragic. It was saved from being burned to the ground during the Civil War only to be set on fire by arsonists in 1991. Unfortunately, that fire destroyed any hopes for its restoration. The ruins are still there, however, and visitors are encouraged to stop by. There aren't any gift shops selling coffee or t-shirts, but it is still a cool part of local history worth seeing. Finally, if we haven't teased you enough with the tales of the Smoky trails, check them out! Even if you don't particularly like exercise, you cannot help but stop and smell the great outdoors.

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City Guide

Lenoir City
John C Calhoun, southern statesman and vice president under Andrew Jackson, was quoted as saying, "The Lenoir Estate in Loudoun County is the most princely property in Tennessee. It has all the picturesque environments and attractive surroundings of an English baronial estate." This "princely property" was newly established as Lenoir City in 1890.
John C Calhoun, southern statesman and vice president under Andrew Jackson, was quoted as saying, "The Lenoir Estate in Loudoun County is the most princely property in Tennessee. It has all the picturesque environments and attractive surroundings of an English baronial estate." This "princely property" was newly established as Lenoir City in 1890.

Lenoir City is the largest city in Loudoun -- the county known as being the "Lakeway to the Smokies." This medium-size city has a population of 8,642 residents who are lucky enough to benefit from some truly breathtaking mountain views in every season. If all this talk about the nearby Smoky Mountains gives you the impression that Lenoir City is isolated, however, then you'll be pleased to hear that there are four major federal highways going right through the city. These include Route 11, which runs along the river shore in an east-to-west direction; U.S. Route 321, which runs north to south; and Interstate 75 and U.S. Route 70. Both of the latter intersect on US-321 in the northern section of the city.

Moving to Lenoir City, TN

If the call of all those Appalachian Trails is just too much temptation, grab your hiking boots and start walking. Lenoir City is mostly owner-occupied, so you might get to know quite a few trails before something becomes available -- must be all that gorgeous scenery and mountain air keeping everyone happy.

Take a Hike

While you're yodeling your way through the mountains, it can't hurt to pick up the pace of your hunt for rental properties in Lenoir City. One place to start looking might be The Cove at Creekwood Park, located at 245 Creekwood Lane. Not only can you find one- to three-bedroom apartments here, but the complex is also conveniently situated near US-321, Interstate 75 and U.S. Route 70. There are also plenty of amenities to enjoy there, including a state-of-the-art fitness center to melt away your stress and the two chocolate bars you ate before bedtime; a clubhouse for all those dance parties you'll want to host; a business center for (ho-hum) business; and a washer and dryer in each unit to wash away all of the evidence from any of the aforementioned activities.

Be on the lookout

Let the real estate agents and apartment property managers be your apartment locators, as they will likely be the first to know about any vacancies. You might even consider taking your search for those new one-bedroom apartments up a notch or two by bringing these property hunters shiny apples and showing them your best attempt at a Tennessee accent. What are we saying here? Become a familiar face, but not the kind you want to smack with a fly swatter. Sometimes it really does help to know someone.

Be ready

Whenever availability is scarce, you have to be ready to move at the speed of lightning. Being ready, in this case, means having your current credit history, proof of your identity and employment, at least two references and some of that green stuff we all love so much. Generally speaking, you'll need one month's rent up front plus the required security deposit. The deposit amount differs from place to place, so get that information in advance to ensure your piggy bank is as full as you need it to be.

Moving to Lenoir City, TN
+

If the call of all those Appalachian Trails is just too much temptation, grab your hiking boots and start walking. Lenoir City is mostly owner-occupied, so you might get to know quite a few trails before something becomes available -- must be all that gorgeous scenery and mountain air keeping everyone happy.

Take a Hike

While you're yodeling your way through the mountains, it can't hurt to pick up the pace of your hunt for rental properties in Lenoir City. One place to start looking might be The Cove at Creekwood Park, located at 245 Creekwood Lane. Not only can you find one- to three-bedroom apartments here, but the complex is also conveniently situated near US-321, Interstate 75 and U.S. Route 70. There are also plenty of amenities to enjoy there, including a state-of-the-art fitness center to melt away your stress and the two chocolate bars you ate before bedtime; a clubhouse for all those dance parties you'll want to host; a business center for (ho-hum) business; and a washer and dryer in each unit to wash away all of the evidence from any of the aforementioned activities.

Be on the lookout

Let the real estate agents and apartment property managers be your apartment locators, as they will likely be the first to know about any vacancies. You might even consider taking your search for those new one-bedroom apartments up a notch or two by bringing these property hunters shiny apples and showing them your best attempt at a Tennessee accent. What are we saying here? Become a familiar face, but not the kind you want to smack with a fly swatter. Sometimes it really does help to know someone.

Be ready

Whenever availability is scarce, you have to be ready to move at the speed of lightning. Being ready, in this case, means having your current credit history, proof of your identity and employment, at least two references and some of that green stuff we all love so much. Generally speaking, you'll need one month's rent up front plus the required security deposit. The deposit amount differs from place to place, so get that information in advance to ensure your piggy bank is as full as you need it to be.

Neighborhoods

There are no real neighborhoods to speak of here. However, whatever part of Lenoir City you choose, it is sure to be mellower than most cities you're used to. Whether it's because people have something better to do, or they are just overcome by the beauty of their surroundings; it's not entirely clear. Again, because rentals are scarce, you might just have to go with the flow on that one.

Neighborhoods
+

There are no real neighborhoods to speak of here. However, whatever part of Lenoir City you choose, it is sure to be mellower than most cities you're used to. Whether it's because people have something better to do, or they are just overcome by the beauty of their surroundings; it's not entirely clear. Again, because rentals are scarce, you might just have to go with the flow on that one.

Living in Lenoir City, TN

Lenoir City has a plethora of restaurants to try and try again until you find your favorite. There are, of course, the usual round of chain restaurants, like Cracker Barrel Old Country Store (great if you love your chicken and dumplings) or Ruby Tuesdays. There are also, however, many other tempting restaurants to choose from, including Takoyaki Japanese Steak and Sushi, Cinco Amigos and Casa Fiesta, Calhoun's or Good Eats.

When your belly is full of good food and you want to know more about the history of your new town, head on over to the Cotton Mill Warehouse at 150 Bussell's Ferry Road, followed by the Cotton Mill on Town Creek. The warehouse is a private residence now, but you can still check it out from the road. It was built ca. 1830 to hold raw cotton and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

The story of the Cotton Mill is both interesting and tragic. It was saved from being burned to the ground during the Civil War only to be set on fire by arsonists in 1991. Unfortunately, that fire destroyed any hopes for its restoration. The ruins are still there, however, and visitors are encouraged to stop by. There aren't any gift shops selling coffee or t-shirts, but it is still a cool part of local history worth seeing. Finally, if we haven't teased you enough with the tales of the Smoky trails, check them out! Even if you don't particularly like exercise, you cannot help but stop and smell the great outdoors.

Living in Lenoir City, TN
+

Lenoir City has a plethora of restaurants to try and try again until you find your favorite. There are, of course, the usual round of chain restaurants, like Cracker Barrel Old Country Store (great if you love your chicken and dumplings) or Ruby Tuesdays. There are also, however, many other tempting restaurants to choose from, including Takoyaki Japanese Steak and Sushi, Cinco Amigos and Casa Fiesta, Calhoun's or Good Eats.

When your belly is full of good food and you want to know more about the history of your new town, head on over to the Cotton Mill Warehouse at 150 Bussell's Ferry Road, followed by the Cotton Mill on Town Creek. The warehouse is a private residence now, but you can still check it out from the road. It was built ca. 1830 to hold raw cotton and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places.

The story of the Cotton Mill is both interesting and tragic. It was saved from being burned to the ground during the Civil War only to be set on fire by arsonists in 1991. Unfortunately, that fire destroyed any hopes for its restoration. The ruins are still there, however, and visitors are encouraged to stop by. There aren't any gift shops selling coffee or t-shirts, but it is still a cool part of local history worth seeing. Finally, if we haven't teased you enough with the tales of the Smoky trails, check them out! Even if you don't particularly like exercise, you cannot help but stop and smell the great outdoors.