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Crieve Hall

Crieve Hall

Crieve Hall is a residential area bounded by I-65 to the west, Sevenmile Creek (Edmondson Pk) to the east, Blackman Rd to the north, and Hill Rd to the south.

Other than convenience shopping and groceries (Nippers Corner), Crieve Hall is primarily neighborhoods and housing. However, it is convenient to the Brentwood area (5-10 minutes away), which has a wide variety of restaurants, shopping and entertainment. 100 Oaks is also nearby with more eating and shopping options.

Interstate access is easy as at just about any time other than rush hour. During normal traffic, you could be on I-65 in under 10 minutes from almost anywhere in Crieve Hall. The two access points are Harding Place (exit 77 TN hwy 255) to the north, and Old Hickory Blvd (exit 74 TN hwy 254). Trousdale Dr (heading north) is the easiest access to Harding Place, while Regent Dr/Franklin Pk Circle (heading south) put you closest to the interstate on Old Hickory Blvd… read more.

Crieve Hall, located in zip codes 37220 and 37211, is a popular south Nashville neighborhood that has shown impressive appreciation in recent years. With easy access to I-65 at Harding or Brentwood, the location is perfect for families needing convenience to both downtown Nashville and Cool Springs. Most homes feature 1950s-era brick, ranch-style homes on half-acre rolling lots with mature trees. Pricing often reflects the level of completed renovation (or lack thereof). Crieve Hall is a favorite of “fix ‘n’ flippers” as well as those willing to put in a little sweat-equity.

Originally published by Nesting in Nashville.

Prospective homeowners shopping for a peaceful and quiet area near Nashville may want to consider Crieve Hall as their next place to call home. This friendly neighborhood is only a quick drive from downtown. It has a strong community feel, showcased by the annual spring Tour of Homes and the Fall in the Hall neighborhood party.

As a bonus, access to the interstate is easy from Crieve Hall. That means you’ll be nearly equidistant from the hustle and bustle of downtown Nashville and the shopping and restaurants in Brentwood and Nipper’s Corner.

While this neighborhood is known for being quiet and quaint, there’s no lack of things to do in Crieve Hall. It’s home to Radnor State Park, where you can hike, bike and observe wildlife. On a nice day, you may want to take advantage of the tours and education programs at the historic Travellers Rest Plantation. The nearby Tennessee Agricultural Museum offers a look back at what life used to be. Visitors have the chance to check out log cabins, a one-room schoolhouse and farm equipment exhibits.

Dating only from the mid-1950’s, Crieve Hall is mainly residential. Prospective homebuyers will find lots of brick ranch houses with larger yards than other areas in Nashville.

-Originally Published by Zeitlin

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parks

  • Ellington Agricultural Center

restaurants

  • Sweet CeCe’s
  • Villalba’s Italian Restaurant
  • Toyama Japanese Restaurant
  • Sicillian Pizza
  • Las Palmas
  • Evergreen Chinese
  • Sichuan Hot Pot & Asian Cuisine
  • Sal’s Family Pizza

shopping

  • Kroger
  • Publix
  • Walmart

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