Gentle breezes, bright skies and a comfortable lifestyle are waiting for you here. Just moments from U.S. Hwy 74-A, Spindale, North Carolina is centrally located in Rutherford County. Four major grocery store chains, Lowes Home improvement store, and Kid Senses Interactive Children's museum are within 5 miles of most any place in Spindale.
Main Street Spindale Restaurants have menu items to suit every taste, and some have live entertainment to make your visit even more memorable. Whether you would like a hot Southern style breakfast, an old fashioned milk shake, a specialty coffee, a hand tossed pizza, barbecue ribs or a Micro-brew, Main Street Spindale is your place for dining.
Not hungry yet? Take a walk and browse some great jewelry and gifts. Check out a book at the library and read under a tree on Spindale House lawn, while the kids play on the swings. Smell the delicious aromas coming from our two bakeries or get some new strings for your guitar. You might just find a local musician to jam with. Here, you can get some work done on your notebook computer while enjoying a cozy spot with a view. Wireless Internet access is easy to find here.
Down the block the lovely stone building that is the national headquarters for the American Dairy Goat Association. If you stop in to say hello, you just might learn something that you never knew about dairy goats.
Just a half block off Main Street is Spindale Elementary School where the children’s motto is "Bee your best!"
Isothermal Community College off U.S. Hwy 74-A offers educational opportunities and Cultural Enrichment. The Foundation at Isothermal hosts great entertainment year round.
Isothermal College is also home to WNCW radio which is listened to world wide.
This is Spindale living. We are a great town to consider when thinking of relocating or expanding your business. Space is available along with investment opportunities.
Spindale, North Carolina is a small town with a big heart. Pull up a chair and have a glass of iced tea. You might even feel comfortable enough to call Spindale “Home.”