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Barclay House

1631 Laurel Ave
Knoxville, TN 37916
From $575 / month
Studio-2 bed, 1 bath 825 sq. ft.
Quick Facts
Property TypeApartments
DepositPlease call for details
NeighborhoodFort Sanders
Lease Terms
Variable, 12-Month
Pets
Dogs Allowed, Cats Allowed
* Pets Accepted $400 non-refundable (1st pet) & additional $100 (2nd pet) Pet Rent: $15 monthly
Floor Plans + Pricing
Studio
From $575
Studio, 1 ba
420+ sq. ft.
Terms: Per Month
Deposit: $350
Apartment
From $685
1 bd, 1 ba
667+ sq. ft.
Terms: Per Month
Deposit: $350
Apartment
From $830
2 bd, 1 ba
825+ sq. ft.
Terms: Per Month
Deposit: $350
Prices and availability subject to change without notice.
Manager Info

Wood Properties

Call: (865) 320-9184

Fax: (865) 522-6987

Please call for hours
Monday
08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Tuesday
08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Wednesday
08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Thursday
08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Friday
08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
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Schools
West High School
Public9-12
6
Bearden Middle School
Public6-8
8
Sequoyah Elementary School
PublicK-5
10
Note: GreatSchools ratings are based on a comparison of test results for all schools in the state. It is designed to be a starting point to help parents make baseline comparisons, not the only factor in selecting the right school for your family. Learn More
Features
Interior
Pets
Short Term Available
Community
Accepts Credit Card Payments
Campus Shuttle
Laundry Facility
Public Transportation
Swimming Pool
Controlled Access
On Site Maintenance
On Site Management
Pet Friendly
Other
Only 2 blocks away from UT
Known for our comfortable, peaceful atmosphere
Has private off street parking
Close to pet parks
Less than 1 mile from Market Square
Has over-sized windows
Tons of closet space
Large open kitchen
Description
Barclay House
Barclay House is located in the Historic Fort Sanders Neighborhood of Downtown Knoxville. The Fort Sanders Historic District, listed on the National Register in 1980, originally consisted of approximately 400 buildings, and covered a 105-acre area bounded by White, Grand, Eleventh, and Nineteenth. Most of the district's contributing houses were built between 1880 and 1930, and the majority were designed in Victorian or Craftsman styles. Not only is there history, but also an old neighborhood feel. Within a short distance, you can have dinner in Market Square, walk through World's Fair Park and see a movie at the Regal Riviera Theater. Or perhaps wake up early Saturday to have breakfast at Pete's Coffee Shop and walk through the Farmer's Market to buy groceries to make dinner at home. Save your money on gas for the items that make your life more enjoyable.
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