Wondering what little Nashville cove is the perfect fit for you? Watch for a series of neighborhood reviews! First up…
Located on Nashville’s southern edge along the east side of I-65 and south of Harding Place, Crieve Hall features 1950s and ’60s ranch-style homes tucked among lots of trees, with a smattering of newer homes and condos as well as some of Nashville’s more affordable apartments. With easy access to Nashville’s urban attractions, Vanderbilt University, Brentwood shopping, and the airport, this area is family friendly and budget friendly. The Edmondson Pike Branch Library is always hopping, and the Nashville Zoo is nearby. With its middle and working class residents, Crieve Hall is one of the more diverse Nashville neighborhoods, home to transplants from around the world and old-timers alike.
The Neighbors: First-time homebuyers, whether singles, couples or young families, some of whom manage to transform the ranch-style interiors into hip, artful homes. University graduate students. Plus some older, long-time residents who have watched their neighborhood change around them.
Perks: Lots of people with a need for a studio are moving here! Producers, artists, and musicians! Why?! BASEMENTS! A rarity in Nashville is the coveted basement and these ranches have them!