Crieve Hall homes – a Nashville neighborhood on the south side of Nashville just north of Brentwood close to I-65 between Old Hickory Blvd and Harding Place. Most of the homes in Crieve hall are brick ranch homes build in the 1950’s and 1960’s between 1200 square feet and 2000 square feet. Advantages to owning a home in Crieve hall are large lots with mature trees, and a short drive to downtown Nashville.
Crieve Hall was named after the home of Herbert Farrell, a mansion of grand proportions that was located at what is now Brevity lane and Barrywood drive. Mr Farrell moved to Nashville to marry Helen Richie Cheek and they purchased Overton Hall in 1925 with it’s 433 acres that was originally part of the 3600 acre Travelers rest plantation. After extensive renovation, they renamed the home Crieve Hall after his estate in Crieve County in Northern Ireland. After Mr. Farrell passed away in the late 1940’s, Mrs. Farrell had the contents of the mansion sold at auction, the land sold to developers, and the mansion destroyed.
The boundaries of Crieve hall are Blackman road to the north, Broadwell and Hill road to the south, I-65 to the west, and Ellington Agricultural center and seven mile creek to the east. Zipcodes for Crieve Hall are 37220 and 37221
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