Lincoya Hills Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
With large, open lots and long driveways, the Lincoya Hills neighborhood in Nashville has a pleasant, almost rural appearance. Brick ranch homes are often dwarfed by massive oaks or barely visible behind the thick screen of magnolias. The community is bordered by McGavock Pike, Lincoya Drive, and Windemere Circle.
One of the state’s top recreation areas is to the north. Old Hickory Lake offers 22,000 acres of water and 440 miles of shoreline. Horseback riding is a favorite activity along the mountain trails and past beautiful rock formations and waterfalls. White water rafting is also quite popular. The area is great for boating and fishing. Marinas provide convenient storage, and yacht cruises are available. Campgrounds, cabin rentals, and motels make this an ideal vacation spot less than 10 miles from home.
Two Rivers Park is the neighborhood park. Less than a mile from Lincoya Hills, this park has a good public golf course, a water park known as Wave Country, and great trails. A bridge provides access to Shelby Bottoms Greenway on the west bank of the river.
Volunteer State Community College has a campus within walking distance of Lincoya Hills. VSCC provides associate degrees, as well as certificates and continuing education programs. The main campus is about 30 miles away in Gallatin.
Several grocery stores lie less than a mile south along Stewarts Ferry Pike. Opry Mills offers a chance to shop high-end outlet stores. Several value stores are on Lebanon Pike, including Target, Kohl’s, and Big Lots.
The northeast area of Nashville is rich in history and historic sites. Among the most popular are The Hermitage and the Buchanan Log House, both on the National Historic Register. Two historic mansions, Rock Castle and Spring Haven, are great places for weddings or any large gatherings. Rock Castle also sponsors Daniel Smith Colonial Days, a two-day festival with reenactments, period music, and crafts.