Bartlett, TN

Overview

Bartlett, a suburban city on the northeast side of Memphis, provides a heavily-wooded oasis in the hills -- minutes from downtown Memphis and just east of Memphis International Raceway. This historic city began as a stagecoach stop between Memphis and Nashville in the 1830s; today, it is a sought-after destination, once named one of the top 100 places to live by CNN and Money Magazine. Learn more about the city's history by visiting the Nicholas Gotten House, built in 1871 and now a local history museum, or the Davies Manor Plantation, the location of Shelby County's oldest log home. When looking at apartments in Bartlett, you'll discover a family-oriented community with plenty of shopping and a popular farmers market. The Bartlett Station Farmers Market is held May through October and offers locally-grown produce, jellies, baked goods, seafood, entertainment, and more. Bartlett features more than 25 parks, including Quail Ridge, a 20-acre park with walking trails and a playground, and Blue Lagoon, which includes a lake, a walking trail, a playground, and picnic areas. Special events are held at the 100-acre W.J. Freeman Park, which features a gazebo, lighted tennis courts, a fitness trail, ball fields, and picnic areas.

1 Neighborhoods in Bartlett, TN

  • Quail Ridge

    The winding lanes and tree-lined side streets which curve outward from Bartlett's Golf Course provide residents of the Quail Ridge neighborhood with an idyllic setting to return home to after a long day's work. Located just 20 minutes from the downtown Memphis area, Quail Ridge proffers locals the serene suburban setting of Bartlett without sacrificing convenience.

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