Spence Lane Apartments for Rent
Bordered by Lebanon Pike, Spence Lane and Elm Hill Pike, Spence Hill neighborhood is only ten minutes from Downtown Nashville and all the attractions that Nashville has to offer.
Churches in the area are Donelson View Baptist Church, Seay Hubbard Methodist Church and South Nashville Church. Residents can choose any of these nearby churches and the wide variety of programs they offer.
Just off of Lebanon Pike is Meadowbrook Lake where residents go to fish and camp. The balmy summertime temperatures make for a nice weekend retreat. Visitors will enjoy the magnificent view of Fosters Hill and particularly the sunsets. Next to Meadowbrook lake is Browns Creek where visitors go to hike and enjoy the scenery.
Founded in 1884, the Tennessee Central Railway was a rail route in East Tennessee that catered to the markets in midstate. Today, visitors can tour the railway, museum, and learn about the colorful history of the railroad.
With a wide array of programs for adults and children the Coleman Park Community Center is a place of activity for Spence Lane residents. The center is focused year round on providing youth activities. A state-of-the-art fitness center is available for reasonable rates and senior services such as recreation and rehabilitation facilities are offered.
Antique enthusiasts will find the Gaslamp Antique & Decorating Mall, located at 100 Powell Avenue has an extensive collection of antiques for sell. The shop offers everything from china and porcelain to clocks and collectibles. There is something for everyone at Gaslamp and Decorating Mall.
Spence Lane has a lot to offer residents and is close to Nashville amenities.