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50 apartments for rent near Lewisburg, TN

Results within 20 miles of Lewisburg, TN
Villages at Springhill
200 Kedron Pkwy
1 Bed
$1,053
2 Bed
$1,045
3 Bed
Ask
5590 Carters Creek Pike
4 Bed
$4,875
219 West Woodring
Pulaski
Studio
$595
5013 Hancock Cir
Spring Hill
4 Bed
$1,699
2000 Newark Ln
Thompson's Station
3 Bed
$2,100
1919 Lawndale Dr
Spring Hill
3 Bed
$1,699
2913 Hearthside Drive
Spring Hill
3 Bed
$1,569
1424 Weston Ln
Spring Hill
4 Bed
$1,599
2863 Iroquois Dr
Spring Hill
4 Bed
$1,750
4000 Deer Run Trace
Spring Hill
3 Bed
$1,549
222 Mockingbird Dr
Columbia
3 Bed
$900
2008 Patrick Way
Spring Hill
3 Bed
$1,499
1023 McKenna Drive
Spring Hill
2 Bed
$1,225
3014 Dena Ln
Spring Hill
2 Bed
$1,200
1044 Daniel Lane
Spring Hill
3 Bed
$1,700
301 5th Avenue
Columbia
3 Bed
$1,200
1865 Wendy
Columbia
3 Bed
$1,800
7029 Nickalus Way
Spring Hill
3 Bed
$1,650
2800 Overton Drive
Spring Hill
3 Bed
$1,599
2568 Milton Ln
Spring Hill
3 Bed
$1,669
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City Guide
Lewisburg
Moving to Lewisburg

You'll find the cost of living to be a gift--a gift that is 13% lower than the rest of the state, making Lewisburg a pretty decent spot to settle down in. Rental rates are lower here than the rest of Tennessee. You can snatch up a two bedroom place for a song (and a dance--don't forget to dance) at the Stonebridge Apartment Homes just to the east of town.

Expect average summer temps to reach 79 or higher. The temperature rarely falls below freezing. You hear that, ice-o-phobes? No snowmen for you! There will be rain, however, especially in May, when the average precipitation climbs to about 3.7 inches.

As for job opportunities, some of the most steady positions can be found within government utilities, such as gas, water, and electricity departments.

Now for some trivia. Did you know the town was named after Lewis and Clark's Meriweather Lewis? We're guessing Lewisburg probably sounded better than Meriweatherburg. In any case, the name reflects a certain folksy Americana that can be found in its events.

Neighborhoods in Lewisburg

Lincoln Park: The cheapest neighborhood in Lewisburg is also the smallest, so act quickly if you want to live here. However, with such a tight-knit sense of community, you'll probably be friends with everyone before you know it!

Coleman Heights and Marshall Heights: Adjacent to Lincoln Park is the Coleman Heights / Marshall Heights area, the second smallest neighborhood. While the residents may not be as close as those in Lincoln Park, you'll still enjoy the friendliness if you ever need a lift to work.

Berlin and Belfast: And then there's the Berlin / Belfast area. Despite what the name may suggest, you're not in some swanky part of Europe where young men in suits blast techno music until 5 in the morning. This is the largest neighborhood and also the most expensive one in which to live. Vacancies are pretty low, and when you do find one, you're likely to pay less than you would for any other part of the state. However, as with most things in life, you get what you pay for.

Goats, Music, and More

There's nothing better than goats and music. Or is there? Yes, there is! More! The annual festival takes place in the Spring and honors the goats of Tennessee. We all know if there are creatures who are dishonored time and time again in any state, it's goats. The "More" in the title refers to food, games, arts and crafts, kid-friendly activities, and, well, more. It's actually a wonderful event the whole family can enjoy. If you enjoy goats, you'll love it even more. Ditto if you enjoy music. In the past, the festival has booked such Southern luminaries as Charlie Daniels, the Bellamy Brothers, and Wet Willie. Don't laugh. Wet Willie is a serious artist.

The festival is just one of the events held each year that bring together folk from the community. It's one of the things that makes Lewisburg such a cozy town. If nothing else, you'll find a booming pride in the heart of southern middle Tennessee.