Crieve Hall

Named after the historic “Crieve Hall” estate built in 1799 by John Overton, Crieve Hall is a neighborhood resting between Berry Hill to its North and Brentwood to its South. Due to its location, residents enjoy the best of city and suburban living simultaneously. Today the historic estate, now named “Historic Travellers Rest”, has become a top tourist attraction in the Nashville Area for its impeccable Elizabethan-era interior and historic relevance. Beyond this area’s history, Crieve Hall is only moments from family friendly attractions like the Nashville Zoo, Nashville Shores, and Plaza Mariachi, offering its residents diverse options for activities, cuisine, and shopping.

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