Crieve Hall/Nippers Corner Real Estate

    About 9 miles south of downtown Nashville, Crieve Hall is a suburb created in the 1950s from subdivided farmland.  Most houses in this area are below $350,000. The Fall in the Hall annual neighborhood party in October is a favorite of residents in this area, with family games, music, and barbecue, as well as the Tour of Homes each spring.

    Attractions in Crieve Hall reflect its pride in family and heritage. Central American natives Alex and Rebecca Martinez own Mama Mia’s Italian Restaurant that has been open for over 20 years, and recently started Back to Cuba Café, both located in Crieve Hall. The neighborhood is also home to Radnor State Park with miles of paved trails winding through the wildlife. Proud of its Civil War heritage, Travellers Rest Plantation was once home to John Overton, presidential adviser to Andrew Jackson, and is now open for the public to tour this historic mansion and the grounds around it. Learn more about the Crieve Hall Neighborhood and its Real Estate Market here.