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Vintage Stonetrace

Vintage Stonetrace is a pet-friendly homes community in Smyrna, TN

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Vintage Stonetrace

Address

4000 White Birch Avenue
Smyrna TN 37167
United States

Phone

615-647-9002

Welcome to the epitome of sophisticated living in Smyrna, TN. Vintage Stonetrace Apartments invites to experience unmatched comfort in our Studio and One-bedroom floorplans designed for modern living. Immerse yourself into a community that is designed for leisure and grandness. Imagine waking up to a cup of warm coffee in our Resident Lounge, working out in our Club-Quality Fitness Center, complete with free weights and an outdoor turf space, or a full-body workout on our Cardio and Yoga Equipment or Pelotons. As the day unfolds, indulge in the allure of our lavish resort-style saltwater pool, complete with grilling stations and cabanas, perfect for basking in the sun or enjoying peaceful afternoons. Although Smyrna boasts a robust selection for dining and entertainment options, our community is only a short 20-Minute drive to Downtown Nashville. Conclude your evening by settling in next to the warmth of our firepit, savoring the notes and aromas of the meticulously selected wine poured effortlessly from our state-of-the-art wine station dispensers. Embrace true modern living with EV Charging Stations, reflecting our commitment to sustainability. Vintage Stonetrace Apartments is your sanctuary for upscale Smyrna living.

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About Smyrna

Smyrna ( SMUR-nə; Ancient Greek: Σμύρνη, romanized: Smýrnē, or Σμύρνα, Smýrna) was a Greek city located at a strategic point on the Aegean coast of Anatolia. Due to its advantageous port conditions, its ease of defence, and its good inland connections, Smyrna rose to prominence. The name of the city since about 1930 is İzmir.Two sites of the ancient city are today within İzmir's boundaries. The first site, probably founded by indigenous peoples, rose to prominence during the Archaic Period as one of the principal ancient Greek settlements in western Anatolia. The second, whose foundation is associated with Alexander the Great, reached metropolitan proportions during the period of the Roman Empire.

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