Winding along Interstate 65, this large urban corridor offers charming neighborhoods, ample shopping centers and even a zoo. Starting from the north, Edgehill is wedged between some of Nashville’s most vibrant attractions and neighborhoods. Berry Hill, which straddles two different interstates, is characterized by its range of quirky and artisanal businesses. Further south, you’ll uncover the peaceful, wooded beauty of Crieve Hall.
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Because these neighborhoods make up a large swath of land, there’s a lot going on! Edgehill, for example, is surrounded by Vanderbilt and Belmont Universities, as well as several bustling urban districts, including Music Row, 12 South and the Gulch districts.
The tiny city of Berry Hill also packs quite a punch with its hundreds of businesses that will appeal to a range of eccentricities and trades, including antique shops, craft supply stores, recording studios and doggie daycares. These quirks carry over into Berry Hill’s dining scene, which features innovative restaurants like beloved DIY pancake joint, The Pfunky Griddle.
Moving further south, you’ll pass the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere before heading into the quietude and wooded streets of Crieve Hall. As it is almost exclusively residential, many people living in Crieve Hall drive to Brentwood, Cool Springs or Green Hills for all their dining and shopping needs.
The real estate landscape varies widely along this stretch, both in terms of architectural styles and price. While Edgehill is characterized by dense, urban homes with a median sale price of $388,000, the residential-only community of Crieve Hall features single-family brick ranches on half-acre lots with a firm median sale price of about $255,000. Wedged between the two, Berry Hill prides itself on its colorful bungalows, which run with a median sale price of about $235,000.
In Edgehill, students are part of the Hillsboro cluster, which means they follow a pathway that starts with Eakin Elementary School and ends with Hillsboro High School. Meanwhile, students living in the Berry Hill area attend Fall-Hamilton Elementary School, Cameron Middle School and Glencliff High School. In Crieve Hall, public schools include Crieve Hall Elementary School, Croft Middle School and Overton High School. A few popular private school choices along this corridor include the Oak Hill School and Robertson Academy.
Life in Edgehill/Berry Hill/Crieve Hall
All three of these neighborhoods are bolstered by active neighborhood associations, which go the extra mile to strengthen their communities. And thanks to each neighborhood’s proximity to major interstates and roads, getting around Nashville couldn’t be easier.
Local Hot Spots
Best Lunch – Unique Flavors Cafe
Best Vietnamese – Vui’s Kitchen
Best Antiquing – Gas Lamp Antiques