0 miles from Fort Loudoun Lake
Beautiful Historic 1BR/2Bath Apt with River Views in downtown Knoxville. Preserved by Historical Society. Tastefully decorated, walking distance to everything. Old City is nearby. Covered Parking. 7 min walk to Gay St., 10 min walk to Market Square, 15 min walk to Neyland Stadium. Enjoy what downtown Knoxville has to offer. Nightlife, Restaurants, Festivals and history. Stay with us and receive 4 day 3 night trip to Myrtle Beach or GulfShores. Must live at least 100 miles away. Sent after review
Beautiful Shared large patio overlooking Tennessee River. Have your morning coffee or evening wine, enjoying the view and taking in the sounds of the city
Parking is located under New build apartment adjacent to Riverhouse Condos. It is assigned parking.
This Historic older 1929 1BR/2Bath Apartment is tastefully designed with modern touches. Comfy Queen bed with comforter. Stylish couch with large Smart TV on faux fireplace. Home has Refrigerator, Microwave, toaster and well equipped kitchen with starter supplies. Home has Ductless Split HVAC unit to heat and cool home. With additional rolling floor heater in Living room closet. Queen size tri-fold foam floor mattress is provided for additional sleeping options. Located in bedroom closet. Higher ceilings and wooden floor blends in with Historic building and updated modern charm. Laundry facilities is outside door to the left a few feet away. 50 inch TV with Firestick. Streaming channels only. Sling, Amazon, and Pluto TV (100 Channels)
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1929 Historic 1 Bd/2 Bath Riverhouse, Knoxville
Finally, Historic Riverhouse, located next door at W. Hill, is one of the prettiest, relatively unknown downtown buildings. Constructed as an apartment building in 1929 with an unusual (for our city) flat roof Spanish Colonial Revival style, the fifteen units were purchased by Kristopher Kendrick in 1987 at which time he selected its current name. Over the years, more units came under individual ownership and an HOA was formed. John Sanders owned seven units at one point, six of which he purchased from Kristopher and five of which he sold just last year, giving the building probably the largest number of owners in its history.
The heart and soul of East Tennessee - that's Downtown Knoxville!
More than 80 restaurants catering to every taste and budget, over 40 boutique shops in beautifully restored buildings, festivals, world-class theatres, parks, museums, and extraordinary venues for events and outdoor activities; all in less than one square mile.
6 min to Knox’s Convention Center
6 min to Calhoun's on the River
8 min to Chesapeake's Seafood
9 min to Enterprise Car Rental
9 min to Pete's Coffee Shop
9 min to The French Market Creperie
11 min to Emila's Restaurant
11 min to Preservation Pub
11 min to Soccer Taco
12 min to Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
12 min to Downtown Grill & Brewery
12 min to Cruze Farm Ice Cream
12 min to Stock & Barrel Restaurant
12 min to Nama's Sushi Bar
13 min to Balter Beerworks
4 minutes to Market Square
7 minutes to Fort Sanders Med Cnt.
15 minutes to McGee Tyson Airport
15 minutes to Zoo
22 minutes to Turkey Creek
35 minutes Oak Ridge Nat Laboratory
45 minutes to Pigeon Forge
In addition to being cosmopolitan, Knoxville has maintained its wilderness and created beautiful city parks. Getting out in nature is as easy as going to a festival, art gallery, or concert. For example, you can visit the Knoxville Urban Wilderness just three miles away from Downtown. This area has 1,000 acres of forest including 10 parks, four civil war sites, and over 50 miles of trails.
Downtown Knoxville is at the heart of the city’s cultural scene. There are galleries, museums, theaters, and historic landmarks throughout the neighborhood. You can go to the World’s Fair Park, which hosts events like the annual International Food Festival. The park also includes Knoxville’s iconic Sunsphere, as well as the Knoxville Museum of Art. There’s also a fun playground and a large fountain for kids to splash in.
If you enjoy going to concerts or plays, you might want to visit the historic Bijou Theatre, too. Built in 1909 as an addition to Knoxville’s first hotel, the theater has recently been rediscovered and renovated. It’s now a premier place to watch concerts, Broadway plays, and other shows in Knoxville.
Prefer movies instead? Downtown Knoxville has a couple of excellent movie theaters just a block away from each other. The Tennessee Theater is the oldest, going back to 1928. It has a gorgeous interior with French-style chandeliers, Italian terrazzo flooring, and Spanish-Moorish architecture. When it was first opened, it was called “the South’s most beautiful theater,” and it’s still a classy place to watch movies and concerts.
For more modern options, though, you can just walk over to Regal Cinemas. Both are surrounded by cool shops and delicious places to eat so you won’t be bored if your movie starts later. There’s also a beautiful park across the street—perfect for relaxing with friends, family, or a romantic date.
Whether you are an avid sports fan, an outdoor adventurer, or both, there’s plenty to do in Knoxville. Art lovers can check out First Fridays in Downtown Knoxville where food, art, and music create the perfect night out.
Sports fans can rejoice thanks to Knoxville being a college town there are year-round sports events in Knoxville such as football, ice hockey, women’s roller derby, and more! Families can take the kids to the Knoxville Zoo or spend a Saturday exploring with Navitat Canopy Adventures—a tree-based adventure park.