Crieve Hall is located in South Nashville. This neighborhood has become increasingly popular over the last several years. It is an ideal location, as you can access I-65 with ease and Brentwood. There is a large amount of homes, which includes 1950-era brick and ranch-style homes located on half acre lots. Many people who are looking to fix up homes tend to purchase in Crieve Hall, as the homes here tend to need some renovations.
This neighborhood was established in the 1950’s and is a very friendly place to raise a family. Most homes offer large yards that are covered with mature trees. Close to Nashville, but far enough away from all the hussel and bussel. Crieve Hall is the perfect combination of convenience, yet peaceful.
Within the defined boundaries of the Crieve Hall neighborhood, there are approximately 2,000 homes. These boundaries run from Blackman Road to the North, Ellington Agricultural Center and Seven Mile Creek to the East, Broadwell and Baxter in the South and the railroad tracks to the West.
There is a public school system in Crieve Hall. Schools in this neighborhood include, Crieve Hall Elementary, Coft Middle and Overton High. The average square footage of homes is between 1,500 to 2,500, and home prices range from $250,000 to $450,000.
The land in Crieve Hall is rolling and beautiful, it has a lot to offer its residents. Close enough to all the amenities that a big city offer, as downtown Nashville is only 6 miles away. If you are looking for an ideal location to raise a family outside a large city, Crieve Hall is a popular choice.
There are many outstanding homes that are priced reasonably, as some need minor renovations. However, this will prove to be an easy way to get a home you have been looking for at a fraction of the price. The school system is also excellent, so parents can feel good about sending their children to a school where education matters.
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