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211 Village Square
211 Village Sq
Pulaski, TN
Studio
$1,234
20492 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 10:42 PM
Various Size Commercial Units Ready To Rent. Located Right Off The Pulaski Square With Lots Of Parking. Rent Ranges From $1500 to $2500 Per Month. Call Today For More Details/Pricing On The Unit That Best Fits Your Needs.
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449 E. Madison St.
449 E Madison St
Pulaski, TN
1 Bedroom
$450
572 sqft
Last updated April 10 at 04:24 AM
Corona Special: First Month Free (April) and Reduced Security Deposit: Nice studio apartment that's only a few blocks off of the Pulaski square. All appliances are included, large closet space, nice utility room, nice deck and more.
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2100 columbia hwy
2100 Columbia Hwy
Giles County, TN
1 Bedroom
$650
1000 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:17 AM
1 Bed 1 Bath House Located Just Outside The City Limits Of Pulaski. Rental Application Required Along With A 1 Year Lease Agreement. Tenant Responsible For All Utilities And Also Maintaining The Yard.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Pulaski 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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City Guide

Pulaski
Named in honor of Kazimierz Pulaski, an American Revolutionary hero, the city of Pulaski would eventually become scene to several skirmishes during the Civil War.
Named in honor of Kazimierz Pulaski, an American Revolutionary hero, the city of Pulaski would eventually become scene to several skirmishes during the Civil War.

Pulaski, Tennessee has a history steeped in the American Civil War and Reconstruction. The city was founded in 1809 and saw first hand action during the Franklin-Nashville Campaign of the Civil War. Martin Methodist College was also founded in 1870. Serving as county seat of Giles County, this city had a recorded population of 7,870 at the 2010 census. Encompassing 6.6 square miles -- that's around 1,200 people per square mile -- it has a small town, tight knit community feel.

Moving to Pulaski

If you come across Pulaski in your search for apartments, you've managed to find a place that's only about an hour away from the hustle and bustle of Nashville, and boasts a much lower crime rate than the big city. Pulaski has some beautiful homes and easy access thanks to Route 31, Route 64, and Interstate 65. Before you start packing, though, there's a little prep work you should get done first.

When to Start Looking

Go grab yourself a drink; you've got time. Renters make up over 40% of the residents in the city, and this still doesn't fill up nearly all of the homes for rent in Pulaski. You'll likely be safe starting your research a month in advance, but if you really want a nice place, you may want to start looking a little earlier. Sure, the best places you find will likely be snatched up before your move, but this will give you an idea of just how desirable an area this is and which parts of town will best suit your needs. If you wait too long, you might miss out on a great place. You know what they say: if you snooze, you lose; the early bird gets the worm; and, well, you get the gist!

When to Make the Move

If you've never been to the south, you likely don't know about the humidity. Luckily for you, though, Pulaski is just far enough north to where the summers aren't necessarily brutal. In fact, there are certain times of the winter you might want to dodge so you don't accidentally go ice skating while carrying a box up the stairs of your new apartment complex. Average low temperatures are near or below freezing from November through March, so unless you are Mr. Freeze in Batman and Robin, you might want to aim for warmer months.

What to Bring Along

Yes, there are plenty of places to go around in Pulaski. Yes, the landlords are probably super excited when they are able to rent a place out. That doesn't mean, though, that you can come ill prepared. In fact, the previous two sentences probably don't even apply to landlords that have really nice or furnished apartments. Once again, you have to go all in if you're really hoping to get a nice place, and this means bringing along previous landlord references in addition to your completed rental application and proof of income. Even a credit check will look good. So get any problems with yours squared away well before you start looking for apts to rent in Pulaski.

Moving to Pulaski
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If you come across Pulaski in your search for apartments, you've managed to find a place that's only about an hour away from the hustle and bustle of Nashville, and boasts a much lower crime rate than the big city. Pulaski has some beautiful homes and easy access thanks to Route 31, Route 64, and Interstate 65. Before you start packing, though, there's a little prep work you should get done first.

When to Start Looking

Go grab yourself a drink; you've got time. Renters make up over 40% of the residents in the city, and this still doesn't fill up nearly all of the homes for rent in Pulaski. You'll likely be safe starting your research a month in advance, but if you really want a nice place, you may want to start looking a little earlier. Sure, the best places you find will likely be snatched up before your move, but this will give you an idea of just how desirable an area this is and which parts of town will best suit your needs. If you wait too long, you might miss out on a great place. You know what they say: if you snooze, you lose; the early bird gets the worm; and, well, you get the gist!

When to Make the Move

If you've never been to the south, you likely don't know about the humidity. Luckily for you, though, Pulaski is just far enough north to where the summers aren't necessarily brutal. In fact, there are certain times of the winter you might want to dodge so you don't accidentally go ice skating while carrying a box up the stairs of your new apartment complex. Average low temperatures are near or below freezing from November through March, so unless you are Mr. Freeze in Batman and Robin, you might want to aim for warmer months.

What to Bring Along

Yes, there are plenty of places to go around in Pulaski. Yes, the landlords are probably super excited when they are able to rent a place out. That doesn't mean, though, that you can come ill prepared. In fact, the previous two sentences probably don't even apply to landlords that have really nice or furnished apartments. Once again, you have to go all in if you're really hoping to get a nice place, and this means bringing along previous landlord references in addition to your completed rental application and proof of income. Even a credit check will look good. So get any problems with yours squared away well before you start looking for apts to rent in Pulaski.

Pulaski Neighborhoods

Pulaski may be small, but there is still a variety of distinct areas in the city that you can call home. The best part? These areas are as different as night and day, so regardless of what you're looking for in a home, you can find it in Pulaski's neighborhoods. And if not, you can always park an RV somewhere.

Richland Creek: The area south of Richland Creek has just about any housing choice you could want. From 2-story homes with backyard swimming pools to mobile homes for those looking to save some money on their rental property, you're covered regardless of what you want. Add that to an easy commute into the city thanks to Route 11 along with everything you could need at Green Acres Shopping Center, and this place ain't too shabby.

Northwestern Pulaski: This area is sparsely populated since much of the land is used for commercial industrial use. In the Westgate area, though, there are beautiful homes with giant yards. This neighborhood is adjacent to Route 64 for an easy commute, and if you actually enjoy exercise, the Giles County Rotary Soccer Complex is nearby.

Eastern Pulaski: This isn't the most densely populated area in the city, but it's getting there. Many of these homes, which are just east of Victoria Park, look brand new and have plenty of gorgeous greenery surrounding them. Not into greenery, the stuff that makes it possible for you to breathe? Hmm, well Creekside Apartments doesn't have _that _much greenery.

City Center: Definitely the population center of Pulaski, the city center has just about everything you'd ever want. From beautiful parks like Pleasant Run Park to easy shopping at Save-A-Lot, there's not much you can't find here. If you happen to find rental homes here that you fall in love with, you're guaranteed to be head over heels with the area as well.

Pulaski Neighborhoods
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Pulaski may be small, but there is still a variety of distinct areas in the city that you can call home. The best part? These areas are as different as night and day, so regardless of what you're looking for in a home, you can find it in Pulaski's neighborhoods. And if not, you can always park an RV somewhere.

Richland Creek: The area south of Richland Creek has just about any housing choice you could want. From 2-story homes with backyard swimming pools to mobile homes for those looking to save some money on their rental property, you're covered regardless of what you want. Add that to an easy commute into the city thanks to Route 11 along with everything you could need at Green Acres Shopping Center, and this place ain't too shabby.

Northwestern Pulaski: This area is sparsely populated since much of the land is used for commercial industrial use. In the Westgate area, though, there are beautiful homes with giant yards. This neighborhood is adjacent to Route 64 for an easy commute, and if you actually enjoy exercise, the Giles County Rotary Soccer Complex is nearby.

Eastern Pulaski: This isn't the most densely populated area in the city, but it's getting there. Many of these homes, which are just east of Victoria Park, look brand new and have plenty of gorgeous greenery surrounding them. Not into greenery, the stuff that makes it possible for you to breathe? Hmm, well Creekside Apartments doesn't have _that _much greenery.

City Center: Definitely the population center of Pulaski, the city center has just about everything you'd ever want. From beautiful parks like Pleasant Run Park to easy shopping at Save-A-Lot, there's not much you can't find here. If you happen to find rental homes here that you fall in love with, you're guaranteed to be head over heels with the area as well.

Living in Pulaski

The neighborhood options provided in Pulaski are numerous, but it's understandable that you may want more options around your new, favorite neighborhood. Fortunately, there are plenty of other things in and around Pulaski that make it a blast to live here. In fact, the city pretty much makes it easy to find all of these things. You just have to get off the couch and put forth the effort to seek out all it has to offer.

Did you ever wish that there was a central place in your city that would tell you every interesting thing to do around the area? Well, since the Giles County Tourism Foundation is located in Pulaski, that's exactly what you've got here! This must be what people did before the internet, right? Pulaski is only about an hour south of Nashville, so there's lots of city fun beckoning nearby. Do you know how many people in the south would love to be able to say they live near the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum? Well, we don't know the exact number either, but we're guessing it's a lot! The city also hosts the semi-annual "Diana Singing," a gospel event that draws thousands of people to the city. Since the Giles County Fairgrounds are also located in Pulaski, you can have a major blowout at least once a year. Must be nice living next to a fair. In fact, wait here, we're going to start looking into a few places in Pulaski ourselves.

Living in Pulaski
+

The neighborhood options provided in Pulaski are numerous, but it's understandable that you may want more options around your new, favorite neighborhood. Fortunately, there are plenty of other things in and around Pulaski that make it a blast to live here. In fact, the city pretty much makes it easy to find all of these things. You just have to get off the couch and put forth the effort to seek out all it has to offer.

Did you ever wish that there was a central place in your city that would tell you every interesting thing to do around the area? Well, since the Giles County Tourism Foundation is located in Pulaski, that's exactly what you've got here! This must be what people did before the internet, right? Pulaski is only about an hour south of Nashville, so there's lots of city fun beckoning nearby. Do you know how many people in the south would love to be able to say they live near the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum? Well, we don't know the exact number either, but we're guessing it's a lot! The city also hosts the semi-annual "Diana Singing," a gospel event that draws thousands of people to the city. Since the Giles County Fairgrounds are also located in Pulaski, you can have a major blowout at least once a year. Must be nice living next to a fair. In fact, wait here, we're going to start looking into a few places in Pulaski ourselves.

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City Guide

Pulaski
Named in honor of Kazimierz Pulaski, an American Revolutionary hero, the city of Pulaski would eventually become scene to several skirmishes during the Civil War.
Named in honor of Kazimierz Pulaski, an American Revolutionary hero, the city of Pulaski would eventually become scene to several skirmishes during the Civil War.

Pulaski, Tennessee has a history steeped in the American Civil War and Reconstruction. The city was founded in 1809 and saw first hand action during the Franklin-Nashville Campaign of the Civil War. Martin Methodist College was also founded in 1870. Serving as county seat of Giles County, this city had a recorded population of 7,870 at the 2010 census. Encompassing 6.6 square miles -- that's around 1,200 people per square mile -- it has a small town, tight knit community feel.

Moving to Pulaski

If you come across Pulaski in your search for apartments, you've managed to find a place that's only about an hour away from the hustle and bustle of Nashville, and boasts a much lower crime rate than the big city. Pulaski has some beautiful homes and easy access thanks to Route 31, Route 64, and Interstate 65. Before you start packing, though, there's a little prep work you should get done first.

When to Start Looking

Go grab yourself a drink; you've got time. Renters make up over 40% of the residents in the city, and this still doesn't fill up nearly all of the homes for rent in Pulaski. You'll likely be safe starting your research a month in advance, but if you really want a nice place, you may want to start looking a little earlier. Sure, the best places you find will likely be snatched up before your move, but this will give you an idea of just how desirable an area this is and which parts of town will best suit your needs. If you wait too long, you might miss out on a great place. You know what they say: if you snooze, you lose; the early bird gets the worm; and, well, you get the gist!

When to Make the Move

If you've never been to the south, you likely don't know about the humidity. Luckily for you, though, Pulaski is just far enough north to where the summers aren't necessarily brutal. In fact, there are certain times of the winter you might want to dodge so you don't accidentally go ice skating while carrying a box up the stairs of your new apartment complex. Average low temperatures are near or below freezing from November through March, so unless you are Mr. Freeze in Batman and Robin, you might want to aim for warmer months.

What to Bring Along

Yes, there are plenty of places to go around in Pulaski. Yes, the landlords are probably super excited when they are able to rent a place out. That doesn't mean, though, that you can come ill prepared. In fact, the previous two sentences probably don't even apply to landlords that have really nice or furnished apartments. Once again, you have to go all in if you're really hoping to get a nice place, and this means bringing along previous landlord references in addition to your completed rental application and proof of income. Even a credit check will look good. So get any problems with yours squared away well before you start looking for apts to rent in Pulaski.

Moving to Pulaski
+

If you come across Pulaski in your search for apartments, you've managed to find a place that's only about an hour away from the hustle and bustle of Nashville, and boasts a much lower crime rate than the big city. Pulaski has some beautiful homes and easy access thanks to Route 31, Route 64, and Interstate 65. Before you start packing, though, there's a little prep work you should get done first.

When to Start Looking

Go grab yourself a drink; you've got time. Renters make up over 40% of the residents in the city, and this still doesn't fill up nearly all of the homes for rent in Pulaski. You'll likely be safe starting your research a month in advance, but if you really want a nice place, you may want to start looking a little earlier. Sure, the best places you find will likely be snatched up before your move, but this will give you an idea of just how desirable an area this is and which parts of town will best suit your needs. If you wait too long, you might miss out on a great place. You know what they say: if you snooze, you lose; the early bird gets the worm; and, well, you get the gist!

When to Make the Move

If you've never been to the south, you likely don't know about the humidity. Luckily for you, though, Pulaski is just far enough north to where the summers aren't necessarily brutal. In fact, there are certain times of the winter you might want to dodge so you don't accidentally go ice skating while carrying a box up the stairs of your new apartment complex. Average low temperatures are near or below freezing from November through March, so unless you are Mr. Freeze in Batman and Robin, you might want to aim for warmer months.

What to Bring Along

Yes, there are plenty of places to go around in Pulaski. Yes, the landlords are probably super excited when they are able to rent a place out. That doesn't mean, though, that you can come ill prepared. In fact, the previous two sentences probably don't even apply to landlords that have really nice or furnished apartments. Once again, you have to go all in if you're really hoping to get a nice place, and this means bringing along previous landlord references in addition to your completed rental application and proof of income. Even a credit check will look good. So get any problems with yours squared away well before you start looking for apts to rent in Pulaski.

Pulaski Neighborhoods

Pulaski may be small, but there is still a variety of distinct areas in the city that you can call home. The best part? These areas are as different as night and day, so regardless of what you're looking for in a home, you can find it in Pulaski's neighborhoods. And if not, you can always park an RV somewhere.

Richland Creek: The area south of Richland Creek has just about any housing choice you could want. From 2-story homes with backyard swimming pools to mobile homes for those looking to save some money on their rental property, you're covered regardless of what you want. Add that to an easy commute into the city thanks to Route 11 along with everything you could need at Green Acres Shopping Center, and this place ain't too shabby.

Northwestern Pulaski: This area is sparsely populated since much of the land is used for commercial industrial use. In the Westgate area, though, there are beautiful homes with giant yards. This neighborhood is adjacent to Route 64 for an easy commute, and if you actually enjoy exercise, the Giles County Rotary Soccer Complex is nearby.

Eastern Pulaski: This isn't the most densely populated area in the city, but it's getting there. Many of these homes, which are just east of Victoria Park, look brand new and have plenty of gorgeous greenery surrounding them. Not into greenery, the stuff that makes it possible for you to breathe? Hmm, well Creekside Apartments doesn't have _that _much greenery.

City Center: Definitely the population center of Pulaski, the city center has just about everything you'd ever want. From beautiful parks like Pleasant Run Park to easy shopping at Save-A-Lot, there's not much you can't find here. If you happen to find rental homes here that you fall in love with, you're guaranteed to be head over heels with the area as well.

Pulaski Neighborhoods
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Pulaski may be small, but there is still a variety of distinct areas in the city that you can call home. The best part? These areas are as different as night and day, so regardless of what you're looking for in a home, you can find it in Pulaski's neighborhoods. And if not, you can always park an RV somewhere.

Richland Creek: The area south of Richland Creek has just about any housing choice you could want. From 2-story homes with backyard swimming pools to mobile homes for those looking to save some money on their rental property, you're covered regardless of what you want. Add that to an easy commute into the city thanks to Route 11 along with everything you could need at Green Acres Shopping Center, and this place ain't too shabby.

Northwestern Pulaski: This area is sparsely populated since much of the land is used for commercial industrial use. In the Westgate area, though, there are beautiful homes with giant yards. This neighborhood is adjacent to Route 64 for an easy commute, and if you actually enjoy exercise, the Giles County Rotary Soccer Complex is nearby.

Eastern Pulaski: This isn't the most densely populated area in the city, but it's getting there. Many of these homes, which are just east of Victoria Park, look brand new and have plenty of gorgeous greenery surrounding them. Not into greenery, the stuff that makes it possible for you to breathe? Hmm, well Creekside Apartments doesn't have _that _much greenery.

City Center: Definitely the population center of Pulaski, the city center has just about everything you'd ever want. From beautiful parks like Pleasant Run Park to easy shopping at Save-A-Lot, there's not much you can't find here. If you happen to find rental homes here that you fall in love with, you're guaranteed to be head over heels with the area as well.

Living in Pulaski

The neighborhood options provided in Pulaski are numerous, but it's understandable that you may want more options around your new, favorite neighborhood. Fortunately, there are plenty of other things in and around Pulaski that make it a blast to live here. In fact, the city pretty much makes it easy to find all of these things. You just have to get off the couch and put forth the effort to seek out all it has to offer.

Did you ever wish that there was a central place in your city that would tell you every interesting thing to do around the area? Well, since the Giles County Tourism Foundation is located in Pulaski, that's exactly what you've got here! This must be what people did before the internet, right? Pulaski is only about an hour south of Nashville, so there's lots of city fun beckoning nearby. Do you know how many people in the south would love to be able to say they live near the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum? Well, we don't know the exact number either, but we're guessing it's a lot! The city also hosts the semi-annual "Diana Singing," a gospel event that draws thousands of people to the city. Since the Giles County Fairgrounds are also located in Pulaski, you can have a major blowout at least once a year. Must be nice living next to a fair. In fact, wait here, we're going to start looking into a few places in Pulaski ourselves.

Living in Pulaski
+

The neighborhood options provided in Pulaski are numerous, but it's understandable that you may want more options around your new, favorite neighborhood. Fortunately, there are plenty of other things in and around Pulaski that make it a blast to live here. In fact, the city pretty much makes it easy to find all of these things. You just have to get off the couch and put forth the effort to seek out all it has to offer.

Did you ever wish that there was a central place in your city that would tell you every interesting thing to do around the area? Well, since the Giles County Tourism Foundation is located in Pulaski, that's exactly what you've got here! This must be what people did before the internet, right? Pulaski is only about an hour south of Nashville, so there's lots of city fun beckoning nearby. Do you know how many people in the south would love to be able to say they live near the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum? Well, we don't know the exact number either, but we're guessing it's a lot! The city also hosts the semi-annual "Diana Singing," a gospel event that draws thousands of people to the city. Since the Giles County Fairgrounds are also located in Pulaski, you can have a major blowout at least once a year. Must be nice living next to a fair. In fact, wait here, we're going to start looking into a few places in Pulaski ourselves.