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5 Apartments for rent in Shelbyville, TN

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Park Trail Apartments
1601 Green Lane
Shelbyville, TN
1 Bedroom
$523
896 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$765
1089 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$879
1275 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 03:38 AM
This property is managed by Beztak, 2020 recipient of the US Best Managed Companies, sponsored by Deloitte Private and The Wall Street Journal. Call and let us tell you why! With a sparkling pool and plyground for the children.
1 Unit Available
211 Madison St
211 Madison Street
Shelbyville, TN
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$850
800 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 04:00 AM
Nice remodeled unit! New Paint! many upgrades! Quiet Building, not many units.
1 Unit Available
703 Landers St
703 Landers Street
Shelbyville, TN
2 Bedrooms
$900
1000 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 04:00 AM
2 Bedroom, 1 Bath home located in Shelbyville. Features: Beautiful Hardwood Flooring. Separate Living and Dining Spaces. Washer & Dryer Hookups. Lots of Storage Closets. Large Covered Front Porch.
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1 Unit Available
1008 Lewis Downs Drive
1008 Lewis Downs Drive
Rutherford County, TN
4 Bedrooms
$2,395
3095 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 04:36 AM
Beautiful 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath home with an Amazing Kitchen with Granite. Home also has Harwood Floors, Screened Back Porch and a Large Bonus Room. There is also a Community Pool for the Family.
1 Unit Available
113 E McGuire St
113 East Mcguire Street
Rutherford County, TN
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1588 sqft
Last updated September 27 at 04:00 AM
Lovely 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath home with a Bonus Room in a quiet neighborhood. Home also has a Private Backyard with a Storage Shed. Call today for a Private Showing.
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City Guide

Shelbyville
Shelbyville is named for Isaac Shelby, the fifth governor of Kentucky. In addition to having several U.S. cities and counties named after him, Shelby's patriotism inspired Kentucky to choose as its state motto "United we stand, divided we fall," which are lyrics in the 1768 John Dickson composition "The Liberty Song."
Shelbyville is named for Isaac Shelby, the fifth governor of Kentucky. In addition to having several U.S. cities and counties named after him, Shelby's patriotism inspired Kentucky to choose as its state motto "United we stand, divided we fall," which are lyrics in the 1768 John Dickson composition "The Liberty Song."

Shelbyville is the governmental seat of Bedford County in Middle Tennessee. Its population in the 2010 census was 20,105 residents. The Tennessee Walking Horse industry has a large presence in the town. Of particular note is the picturesque Duck River that flows through the southern and eastern sides of town, with dramatic limestone bluffs rising along the banks of the river.

Moving to Shelbyville

A largely residential, suburban area, Shelbyville has rental property, but it might take a little leg work to find it. Don't expect to move to town and get settled in your new place in just a week or so. It might take as long as six months of searching to find the perfect spot. As long as you take your time, and keep open to alternative home types -- condos, mobile homes or townhouses in addition to apartment complexes and homes -- you will find your next place to live.

Moving to Shelbyville
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A largely residential, suburban area, Shelbyville has rental property, but it might take a little leg work to find it. Don't expect to move to town and get settled in your new place in just a week or so. It might take as long as six months of searching to find the perfect spot. As long as you take your time, and keep open to alternative home types -- condos, mobile homes or townhouses in addition to apartment complexes and homes -- you will find your next place to live.

Shelbyville Neighborhoods

With so many neighborhoods available, it's easy to lose track of which is which. Keep this list in mind when looking for your next home in Shelbyville.

Normandy: Outdoor lovers will want to check out this neighborhood on Shelbyville's south side. Not only is it a rural stretch of land, but it's also close to Normandy Lake, a popular fishing spot.

Fairlane Estates: Bordered to the east by Hwy 231, this suburban community is ideal if you're looking for two or three-bedroom apartments or rental homes.

Forest Hills: Most of the apartments are in this area, which also boasts the River Bend Country Club. If you love to golf, this is the place for you whether you're looking for a one-bedroom apartment for rent in Shelbyville or something larger.

Richmond/Pleasant Grove: Most of the property here is owned, not rented. Because it's rural, it is not only possible but probable that you can find rental houses here.

Shelbyville Neighborhoods
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With so many neighborhoods available, it's easy to lose track of which is which. Keep this list in mind when looking for your next home in Shelbyville.

Normandy: Outdoor lovers will want to check out this neighborhood on Shelbyville's south side. Not only is it a rural stretch of land, but it's also close to Normandy Lake, a popular fishing spot.

Fairlane Estates: Bordered to the east by Hwy 231, this suburban community is ideal if you're looking for two or three-bedroom apartments or rental homes.

Forest Hills: Most of the apartments are in this area, which also boasts the River Bend Country Club. If you love to golf, this is the place for you whether you're looking for a one-bedroom apartment for rent in Shelbyville or something larger.

Richmond/Pleasant Grove: Most of the property here is owned, not rented. Because it's rural, it is not only possible but probable that you can find rental houses here.

Living in Shelbyville

The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration is a highlight of the town every year for the 11 days leading up to Labor Day. The event, which began in 1939, sees more than 20 World Champions named, culminating in the crowning of the breed's World Grand Champion. The event's importance can best be illustrated in the fact that more than $650,000 in prize money is handed out annually.

For recreational activities, head to the Duck River Dam just south of town, one of the five town parks or the greenways that run through town. See a movie at the Capri Theater in the downtown square, followed by a meal at Pope's Cafe, both Shelbyville landmarks. If these don't satisfy your entertainment needs, Nashville is always just 50 miles north.

Living in Shelbyville
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The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration is a highlight of the town every year for the 11 days leading up to Labor Day. The event, which began in 1939, sees more than 20 World Champions named, culminating in the crowning of the breed's World Grand Champion. The event's importance can best be illustrated in the fact that more than $650,000 in prize money is handed out annually.

For recreational activities, head to the Duck River Dam just south of town, one of the five town parks or the greenways that run through town. See a movie at the Capri Theater in the downtown square, followed by a meal at Pope's Cafe, both Shelbyville landmarks. If these don't satisfy your entertainment needs, Nashville is always just 50 miles north.

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City Guide

Shelbyville
Shelbyville is named for Isaac Shelby, the fifth governor of Kentucky. In addition to having several U.S. cities and counties named after him, Shelby's patriotism inspired Kentucky to choose as its state motto "United we stand, divided we fall," which are lyrics in the 1768 John Dickson composition "The Liberty Song."
Shelbyville is named for Isaac Shelby, the fifth governor of Kentucky. In addition to having several U.S. cities and counties named after him, Shelby's patriotism inspired Kentucky to choose as its state motto "United we stand, divided we fall," which are lyrics in the 1768 John Dickson composition "The Liberty Song."

Shelbyville is the governmental seat of Bedford County in Middle Tennessee. Its population in the 2010 census was 20,105 residents. The Tennessee Walking Horse industry has a large presence in the town. Of particular note is the picturesque Duck River that flows through the southern and eastern sides of town, with dramatic limestone bluffs rising along the banks of the river.

Moving to Shelbyville

A largely residential, suburban area, Shelbyville has rental property, but it might take a little leg work to find it. Don't expect to move to town and get settled in your new place in just a week or so. It might take as long as six months of searching to find the perfect spot. As long as you take your time, and keep open to alternative home types -- condos, mobile homes or townhouses in addition to apartment complexes and homes -- you will find your next place to live.

Moving to Shelbyville
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A largely residential, suburban area, Shelbyville has rental property, but it might take a little leg work to find it. Don't expect to move to town and get settled in your new place in just a week or so. It might take as long as six months of searching to find the perfect spot. As long as you take your time, and keep open to alternative home types -- condos, mobile homes or townhouses in addition to apartment complexes and homes -- you will find your next place to live.

Shelbyville Neighborhoods

With so many neighborhoods available, it's easy to lose track of which is which. Keep this list in mind when looking for your next home in Shelbyville.

Normandy: Outdoor lovers will want to check out this neighborhood on Shelbyville's south side. Not only is it a rural stretch of land, but it's also close to Normandy Lake, a popular fishing spot.

Fairlane Estates: Bordered to the east by Hwy 231, this suburban community is ideal if you're looking for two or three-bedroom apartments or rental homes.

Forest Hills: Most of the apartments are in this area, which also boasts the River Bend Country Club. If you love to golf, this is the place for you whether you're looking for a one-bedroom apartment for rent in Shelbyville or something larger.

Richmond/Pleasant Grove: Most of the property here is owned, not rented. Because it's rural, it is not only possible but probable that you can find rental houses here.

Shelbyville Neighborhoods
+

With so many neighborhoods available, it's easy to lose track of which is which. Keep this list in mind when looking for your next home in Shelbyville.

Normandy: Outdoor lovers will want to check out this neighborhood on Shelbyville's south side. Not only is it a rural stretch of land, but it's also close to Normandy Lake, a popular fishing spot.

Fairlane Estates: Bordered to the east by Hwy 231, this suburban community is ideal if you're looking for two or three-bedroom apartments or rental homes.

Forest Hills: Most of the apartments are in this area, which also boasts the River Bend Country Club. If you love to golf, this is the place for you whether you're looking for a one-bedroom apartment for rent in Shelbyville or something larger.

Richmond/Pleasant Grove: Most of the property here is owned, not rented. Because it's rural, it is not only possible but probable that you can find rental houses here.

Living in Shelbyville

The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration is a highlight of the town every year for the 11 days leading up to Labor Day. The event, which began in 1939, sees more than 20 World Champions named, culminating in the crowning of the breed's World Grand Champion. The event's importance can best be illustrated in the fact that more than $650,000 in prize money is handed out annually.

For recreational activities, head to the Duck River Dam just south of town, one of the five town parks or the greenways that run through town. See a movie at the Capri Theater in the downtown square, followed by a meal at Pope's Cafe, both Shelbyville landmarks. If these don't satisfy your entertainment needs, Nashville is always just 50 miles north.

Living in Shelbyville
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The Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration is a highlight of the town every year for the 11 days leading up to Labor Day. The event, which began in 1939, sees more than 20 World Champions named, culminating in the crowning of the breed's World Grand Champion. The event's importance can best be illustrated in the fact that more than $650,000 in prize money is handed out annually.

For recreational activities, head to the Duck River Dam just south of town, one of the five town parks or the greenways that run through town. See a movie at the Capri Theater in the downtown square, followed by a meal at Pope's Cafe, both Shelbyville landmarks. If these don't satisfy your entertainment needs, Nashville is always just 50 miles north.