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5 Apartments for rent in Bristol, VA

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115 Douglas Street
115 Douglas Street
Bristol, VA
2 Bedrooms
$800
750 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:33 PM
***FOR RENT ONLY*** Nice 2 bedroom, 1 bath duplex featuring living room with hardwood floors, nice galley kitchen fully applianced with stove, refrigerator, and dishwasher, tile floors in kitchen and dining area, central heat and air, deck,
Results within 5 miles of Bristol
1 Unit Available
54 Three Oaks Drive
54 Three Oaks Drive
Bristol, TN
5 Bedrooms
$3,800
11619 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:33 PM
For Lease only! This fabulous custom built luxury home sits on 2.53 acres. Built in 1999, great for entertaining with 7,500 sq. ft. which has 5 bedroom, 5 full bathrooms, 2 half bathrooms and a 3 car garage.
1 Unit Available
136 Boardwalk
136 Boardwalk
Bristol, TN
4 Bedrooms
$1,299
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Bristol, TN This is “NOT” a Straight Rental. Rent to Own (ONLY) - Credit Problems OK Credit Repair is Available.
Results within 10 miles of Bristol
1 Unit Available
941 Maiden Street, Unit #5
941 Maiden St
Abingdon, VA
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1232 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:33 PM
Very nice townhome with large & airy rooms, fresh paint throughout, a gas log fireplace in the main living area, and plenty of storage space. The kitchen boasts modern cabinetry with granite counter tops & newer appliances.
1 Unit Available
218 Talon Private Drive
218 Talon Private Drive
Sullivan County, TN
4 Bedrooms
$1,200
1936 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
218 Talon Private Drive Blountville, TN 37617 - Have you been searching for a home with a substantial amount of space for your family? This Split Foyer style home has almost 2,000 finished square ft. 4 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms.
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Apartment Rentals in Bristol start at $800/month.
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Apartment Rentals in Bristol start at $800/month.
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City Guide

Bristol
The quiet country life of rural America is good for the soul, especially if this poor soul has suffered the chaos, traffic, and high prices of big-city renting. Around here, renters enjoy a more laid back lifestyle of affordability, simplicity, and plenty of that old-time mountain music to really drive it on home. Welcome to Bristol!
The quiet country life of rural America is good for the soul, especially if this poor soul has suffered the chaos, traffic, and high prices of big-city renting. Around here, renters enjoy a more laid back lifestyle of affordability, simplicity, and plenty of that old-time mountain music to really drive it on home. Welcome to Bristol!
Life in Bristol

Let's take a step back in time for a moment. It was the 1920's, and a flood of banjo-pickers, fiddle-killers, and guitar-wielding moonshiners came down from the mountain. It was the conception, so to speak, of country, and it the road running, all the way to Bristol. A few years later, the Carter family got their big break, and Bristol made its mark as the "Birthplace of Country Music". Walk through the city today, and you will see that not a lot has changed, at least when it comes to that good old-time mountain music and good old-time country culture.

The only difference in local lifestyle is that now we can enjoy things such as cable TV and air conditioning, as well as NASCAR and legal alcohol. It's the best of both worlds, and the prices are far too good to pass up. Rentals vary from cheap apartments and townhomes in the $300 - $700 range to nice, southern-style rental homes in the $600 - $800 range. In fact, it's darn near impossible to find anything that costs more than $900. With rental rates this low, the renter's life gets much, much easier.

You're not going to find any luxury apartments around these parts. Rents are low, but if you're one of those people accustomed to long lists of amenities, then get ready for a lifestyle change. There are no apartment communities with game rooms or movie theaters or even laundry facilities (though, most do come with washer/dryer hookups). However, you can find some amazing rentals with this less-common amenity: a down-home feeling. This is what you get with big wooden porches, nice-sized yards, and quiet, safe surroundings. Bring your own washing machine and BBQ pit and you will have all the amenities you could need.

Pet friendly rental properties are a little tricky to track down around here. Most apartments and townhomes don't allow pets, especially dogs. However, there are plenty of pet friendly rental homes around town, especially if you check out the local classifieds. Those bringing the dog along should be prepared for a little extra legwork, as well as higher move-in costs.

Families really do love this town. It's quiet, easy-going, great for education (especially music education), and there are churches on just about every street. Parents love the very-affordable afterschool programs, as well as the nearly non-existent traffic. Even better, for parents at least, the whole city seems to go to sleep at dark. Just when this peaceful lifestyle threatens the sanity of the good-times crowd, in steps the country, gospel, and bluegrass music of the annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival. It's a win-win.

So, there you have it. The Bristol life is waiting, so get off your butt and start the home hunt. Best of luck!

-By Katy Comal

Life in Bristol
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Let's take a step back in time for a moment. It was the 1920's, and a flood of banjo-pickers, fiddle-killers, and guitar-wielding moonshiners came down from the mountain. It was the conception, so to speak, of country, and it the road running, all the way to Bristol. A few years later, the Carter family got their big break, and Bristol made its mark as the "Birthplace of Country Music". Walk through the city today, and you will see that not a lot has changed, at least when it comes to that good old-time mountain music and good old-time country culture.

The only difference in local lifestyle is that now we can enjoy things such as cable TV and air conditioning, as well as NASCAR and legal alcohol. It's the best of both worlds, and the prices are far too good to pass up. Rentals vary from cheap apartments and townhomes in the $300 - $700 range to nice, southern-style rental homes in the $600 - $800 range. In fact, it's darn near impossible to find anything that costs more than $900. With rental rates this low, the renter's life gets much, much easier.

You're not going to find any luxury apartments around these parts. Rents are low, but if you're one of those people accustomed to long lists of amenities, then get ready for a lifestyle change. There are no apartment communities with game rooms or movie theaters or even laundry facilities (though, most do come with washer/dryer hookups). However, you can find some amazing rentals with this less-common amenity: a down-home feeling. This is what you get with big wooden porches, nice-sized yards, and quiet, safe surroundings. Bring your own washing machine and BBQ pit and you will have all the amenities you could need.

Pet friendly rental properties are a little tricky to track down around here. Most apartments and townhomes don't allow pets, especially dogs. However, there are plenty of pet friendly rental homes around town, especially if you check out the local classifieds. Those bringing the dog along should be prepared for a little extra legwork, as well as higher move-in costs.

Families really do love this town. It's quiet, easy-going, great for education (especially music education), and there are churches on just about every street. Parents love the very-affordable afterschool programs, as well as the nearly non-existent traffic. Even better, for parents at least, the whole city seems to go to sleep at dark. Just when this peaceful lifestyle threatens the sanity of the good-times crowd, in steps the country, gospel, and bluegrass music of the annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival. It's a win-win.

So, there you have it. The Bristol life is waiting, so get off your butt and start the home hunt. Best of luck!

-By Katy Comal

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City Guide

Bristol
The quiet country life of rural America is good for the soul, especially if this poor soul has suffered the chaos, traffic, and high prices of big-city renting. Around here, renters enjoy a more laid back lifestyle of affordability, simplicity, and plenty of that old-time mountain music to really drive it on home. Welcome to Bristol!
The quiet country life of rural America is good for the soul, especially if this poor soul has suffered the chaos, traffic, and high prices of big-city renting. Around here, renters enjoy a more laid back lifestyle of affordability, simplicity, and plenty of that old-time mountain music to really drive it on home. Welcome to Bristol!
Life in Bristol

Let's take a step back in time for a moment. It was the 1920's, and a flood of banjo-pickers, fiddle-killers, and guitar-wielding moonshiners came down from the mountain. It was the conception, so to speak, of country, and it the road running, all the way to Bristol. A few years later, the Carter family got their big break, and Bristol made its mark as the "Birthplace of Country Music". Walk through the city today, and you will see that not a lot has changed, at least when it comes to that good old-time mountain music and good old-time country culture.

The only difference in local lifestyle is that now we can enjoy things such as cable TV and air conditioning, as well as NASCAR and legal alcohol. It's the best of both worlds, and the prices are far too good to pass up. Rentals vary from cheap apartments and townhomes in the $300 - $700 range to nice, southern-style rental homes in the $600 - $800 range. In fact, it's darn near impossible to find anything that costs more than $900. With rental rates this low, the renter's life gets much, much easier.

You're not going to find any luxury apartments around these parts. Rents are low, but if you're one of those people accustomed to long lists of amenities, then get ready for a lifestyle change. There are no apartment communities with game rooms or movie theaters or even laundry facilities (though, most do come with washer/dryer hookups). However, you can find some amazing rentals with this less-common amenity: a down-home feeling. This is what you get with big wooden porches, nice-sized yards, and quiet, safe surroundings. Bring your own washing machine and BBQ pit and you will have all the amenities you could need.

Pet friendly rental properties are a little tricky to track down around here. Most apartments and townhomes don't allow pets, especially dogs. However, there are plenty of pet friendly rental homes around town, especially if you check out the local classifieds. Those bringing the dog along should be prepared for a little extra legwork, as well as higher move-in costs.

Families really do love this town. It's quiet, easy-going, great for education (especially music education), and there are churches on just about every street. Parents love the very-affordable afterschool programs, as well as the nearly non-existent traffic. Even better, for parents at least, the whole city seems to go to sleep at dark. Just when this peaceful lifestyle threatens the sanity of the good-times crowd, in steps the country, gospel, and bluegrass music of the annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival. It's a win-win.

So, there you have it. The Bristol life is waiting, so get off your butt and start the home hunt. Best of luck!

-By Katy Comal

Life in Bristol
+

Let's take a step back in time for a moment. It was the 1920's, and a flood of banjo-pickers, fiddle-killers, and guitar-wielding moonshiners came down from the mountain. It was the conception, so to speak, of country, and it the road running, all the way to Bristol. A few years later, the Carter family got their big break, and Bristol made its mark as the "Birthplace of Country Music". Walk through the city today, and you will see that not a lot has changed, at least when it comes to that good old-time mountain music and good old-time country culture.

The only difference in local lifestyle is that now we can enjoy things such as cable TV and air conditioning, as well as NASCAR and legal alcohol. It's the best of both worlds, and the prices are far too good to pass up. Rentals vary from cheap apartments and townhomes in the $300 - $700 range to nice, southern-style rental homes in the $600 - $800 range. In fact, it's darn near impossible to find anything that costs more than $900. With rental rates this low, the renter's life gets much, much easier.

You're not going to find any luxury apartments around these parts. Rents are low, but if you're one of those people accustomed to long lists of amenities, then get ready for a lifestyle change. There are no apartment communities with game rooms or movie theaters or even laundry facilities (though, most do come with washer/dryer hookups). However, you can find some amazing rentals with this less-common amenity: a down-home feeling. This is what you get with big wooden porches, nice-sized yards, and quiet, safe surroundings. Bring your own washing machine and BBQ pit and you will have all the amenities you could need.

Pet friendly rental properties are a little tricky to track down around here. Most apartments and townhomes don't allow pets, especially dogs. However, there are plenty of pet friendly rental homes around town, especially if you check out the local classifieds. Those bringing the dog along should be prepared for a little extra legwork, as well as higher move-in costs.

Families really do love this town. It's quiet, easy-going, great for education (especially music education), and there are churches on just about every street. Parents love the very-affordable afterschool programs, as well as the nearly non-existent traffic. Even better, for parents at least, the whole city seems to go to sleep at dark. Just when this peaceful lifestyle threatens the sanity of the good-times crowd, in steps the country, gospel, and bluegrass music of the annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Festival. It's a win-win.

So, there you have it. The Bristol life is waiting, so get off your butt and start the home hunt. Best of luck!

-By Katy Comal