Northeast Tallahassee, FL extends east from Thomasville Road past CR 151/Centerville Road. The boundary starts at I-10 and heads north to Bradfordville Road.
Apartments in the Northeast area
Northeast Tallahassee is best for those wanting to start a family in a quiet, residential area. Apartments in this area are more upscale and luxurious. One of Tallahassee's oldest and most established residential areas, Northeast Tallahassee is covered in beautiful trees and parks with highly-ranked elementary, middle and high schools.
Schools in the area
Not far from Florida State University. Lawton Chiles High School, Lincoln High School, Montford Middle School, DeSoto Trail Elementary School and W. T. Moore Elementary School.
The Maclay Gardens State Park is located near I-10. It has collections of azaleas, camellias, and dogwoods that are in bloom each year in the spring. The park also has areas for swimming, fishing and canoeing. Northeast Tallahassee has luxuries such as fine dining, numerous boutiques and shops. The Cross Creek Golf Course is a beautiful nine hole, executive length golf course that features Bermuda grass fairways and Crenshaw bent grass greens and offers golfers of all skill levels a very challenging layout. Evening golf is available on the lighted fairways along with three level driving range and putting area. Residents can get their exercise and experience the great outdoors at the Tom Brown Park Tennis Center. They have 12 hard-lighted tennis courts, 12 outdoor racquetball courts, a bike trail, a fitness trail, a nature trail, picnic shelters and tables and a children's playground. If outdoor recreation is not for you, residents can also experience culture and art at the Tallahassee Little Theatre. This theatre presents a Main Series, a CoffeeHouse Series, Special Engagement performances, and a Readers' Theatre throughout the year, as well as host to visiting musical and dramatic companies.These are the opinions of writers and not the opinions of RentTally.com or any of our advertising partners.