Where We Live
Our historic downtown sign proclaims Bristol to be a good place to live, and it’s an even better place to find a home.
A little over two-thirds of Bristol, Tennessee’s housing units consist of single-unit detached homes. In 2019, roughly 600 new listings for single-family homes hit the market in Bristol with an average sell price of $172,054. Homes are available at a variety of size, age, and price points in the city. We take particular pride in our historic neighborhoods where you might not only find a new home base to recharge, but potentially some investment opportunities as well.
Multi-Family and Rentals
Not looking for the maintenance and upkeep of a single-family home, or perhaps more interested in rental options? About one-third of housing units in Bristol, Tennessee can be found in townhomes, duplexes, apartments, or other multi-family residences, with multiple new developments currently under construction. The current median gross rental rate in the city of Bristol, Tennessee is $662 per month. In fact, monthly rent is between $500 and $1,500 for roughly 67% of occupied rental units in Bristol.
Downtown Loft Living
Downtown Bristol is undoubtedly the hub of the community, so it’s only natural that more and more people are choosing to make their home as close to the energy as possible. There are approximately 66 lofts located in the Downtown Historic District, ranging from one-bedroom to four-bedroom spaces in a mix of owner-occupied and rental units. A new mixed-use development TheSeven14, will add another 60+ units of luxury downtown living only steps away from shopping and dining in 2022.