Neighborhood KeywordsQuiet & Serene Dog-Friendly Affordable Parks & Recreation
The Crieve Hall neighborhood is full of postcard-worthy scenes of large lawns with mature foliage.
A true suburban feel where you can find homeowners working in their yards on the weekend, but still close to all conveniences.
Primarily ranch-style homes situated on large lots. Many homes have been updated but a good deal can still be found.
The quiet residential area of Crieve Hall, just three exits south of Nashville, is bordered by Blackman Road to the north, Ellington Agricultural Center and Seven Mile Creek to the east, Interstate-65 to the west, and Hill Road to the south. Like most of Nashville’s suburban areas, Crieve Hall offers easy access to all modern amenities including grocery stores, shopping, and movie theaters. If you're looking for a trendy spot, you’ll be happy to know you’re less than 15 minutes from anywhere in urban Nashville. The Crieve Hall neighborhood is full of picture-perfect scenes of mature trees, green lawns, and unique Music City charm.
Crieve Hall is a quintessential suburban neighborhood located just south of Nashville. One-story ranch homes on large lots tend to dominate these gently rolling hills. You'll find original 1950-era homes, many that have been updated to today's modern standards.
Crieve Hall's homes are well loved by home buyers and residents for their spacious yards, which are ideal for gardening, sitting in the sun, and enjoying the feeling of living in a suburban home without sacrificing the convenience. The area is surrounded by green spaces including Whitfield Park and the 207-acre Ellington Agriculture Complex, a public space popular for leisurely weekend strolls.