Not entirely. "Sight" and "spectacle" are fairly interchangeable. However, there is an element of unusualness or of demanding one's attention in a spectacle that a sight doesn't necessarily have. For example, a person coming in out of the rain, dripping wet, might have someone look sympathetically at him and say "Well, aren't you a sight!" A person dancing on a table at a party and howling like a wolf might be told by his companions to stop making a spectacle of himself.
Now, a view from a house is what you can see from the house. That's idiomatic. (When I was a young man living in Chicago I remember seeing a roommate advertisment for an apartment which jokingly mentioned "three bedrooms, one bath, view of train".)
Scenery is generally what you see when you go out in nature. Landscape is also, but generally refers to a specific instance of scenery, as your examples demonstrate.
The "street scene" is idiomatic and you wouldn't use one of the other nouns. It means the particular characteristics of the street or streets in the area you're referring to.