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Crieve Hall, with spacious, well-landscaped lawns, is approximately nine miles south of downtown Nashville. The boundaries are Blackman Road on the north, Broadwell Drive and Hill Road on the south, Interstate 65 on the west, and Ellington Agricultural Center on the east. The zip codes in the area are 37220 and 37211. The schools, part of the Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, are Crieve Hall Elementary School, located within the community, Croft Middle School, and Overton High School.
The Mall at Green Hills, less than fifteen minutes away off of Hillsboro Pike, includes over one hundred stores and restaurants. As an added attraction, the mall encourages exercise and a healthy lifestyle through a free walking program called Healthy Strides. Visitors are welcome to walk at any time of the year.
To the east of Crieve Hall is Ellington Agricultural Center. The historic mansion on the property now houses the agriculture and wildlife departments of the State of Tennessee. Guests are welcome to visit the property to enjoy the iris gardens, tour the Tennessee Agricultural Museum, or walk the extensive trails. There are two entrances to the center, one on Hogan Road off of Franklin Road and the other off Edmondson Pike. There is no charge for admission to the museum.
Radnor Lake State Natural Area has an 85-acre lake and 747 acres of forested walking trails teeming with vegetation and wildlife. Trails are for hiking and observing wildlife only, no pets or jogging allowed. The visitor center is less than 10 minutes away at 1160 Otter Creek Road.
Crieve Hall offers a scenic suburban lifestyle with close proximity to downtown, shopping areas, and other activities.