The rent at Highland Terrace Apartments ranges from $485 for a studio to a $930 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 23% more expensive than the Fort Sanders average.
This apartment is in the Fort Sanders neighborhood in Knoxville. Nearby parks include World's Fair Park Lawn, Neyland Stadium and Shields-Watkins Field.
Highland Terrace Apartments has a Walk Score of 78 out of 100. This location is Very Walkable so most errands can be accomplished on foot.
Studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 2 bedroom townhomes for rent just minutes from The University of Tennessee in Knoxville. We offer crown molding, spacious floor plans and plenty of closet space, on-site laundry facility, air conditioning and more. Don't fight campus parking; leave your car at home and walk to your classes. Choose whom you live with so you and your roommate can save money.
Ben Hemphill Sep 26, 2013
Great location for campus and the strip and great staff. They were very helpful for the year and a half I lived there. I never had any real maintenance issues, but the ones I had were resolved quickly. The pool is a nice place to go when it's open. It is in the Fort and many rowdy college students live in the area so expect a few parties on weekends, but I never had any problems with noise.
A Google User Apr 20, 2012
If you like loud neighbors, not being able to sleep to 4am and not being able to sleep until 1-2am most nights. Then this is the place for you. They say that they have concrete blocks in between the walls but I can hear the people above and to the right of me... I suggest, if you can afford it, go to a newer building. No central air is death during the summer. The ceilings are really low, I don't know why this bothers me but it does. No private laundry makes doing an already tedious and boring task worse. The only nice part was the staff. They were very helpful and did what they could with what they had. The only reason I'm giving it 2 stars is the staff...
A Google User Apr 21, 2011
The location is perfect for walking to bars, restaurants, and stores. If you dont party dont live here though because it gets loud. The office staff is really helpful and nice. These do NOT have dishwashers though and the sink is almost not big enough to hand wash dishes. For $600 a month with no utilities included I think they could upgrade a little bit. But like I said the location is ideal.
A Google User Feb 27, 2008
Yes it's loud, yes there are homeless people in the dumpsters. That's what life is like in Knoxville. Sorry! As an older student, I sometimes felt cramped in 550 sq ft. but overall I was pretty happy living there. Watch out though--sometimes they dont get all the rent checks out of the overnight drop box and they will try to stiff you a late fee. (HAHA I always paid with cashier checks so they couldn't dispute the date paid) Overall...just fine and very convenient to campus and the strip and the old city.
A Google User Aug 21, 2008
The staff is not helpful and is often misleading. I hope that first time renters do not feel manipulated. The management should answer your questions and treat you with respect. This was not my experience. Anissa and Chris are more helpful than Angela, who I suggest that you avoid.