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MAKING HUNTSVILLE YOUR HOME

Where's the best place for you?

madison

Located just 10 miles west of Huntsville. Madison is known for its high quality schools, beautiful parks, and overwhelming community pride. If you are looking for a small town feel, Madison will be the perfect fit for you. 

  • Great STEM School

  • Great for School Age Children

  • Fantastic Parks

  • Several Local Brewpubs

  • Toyota Field Home of the Trash Pandas (Baseball)

  • Towne Madison

  • Close access to Redstone Arsenal

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Five Points/Old Town

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With convenient access to the interstate, the Five Points/Old Town section of Huntsville is a great place for singles and young couples who want to quickly take a weekend trip to Nashville, a national park, or just take a quick hop over to the downtown area for a night on the town. 

  • Best for singles and young couples

  • Convenient access to Interstate

  • Unique restaurants and venues

  • Close to Entertainment District

  • Quick Access to Monte Sano State Park

  • Lots of homes in classic California Bungalow, Queen Anne and Victorian styles

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Southeast Huntsville

With convenient access to Redstone Arsenal through Martin or Hobbs Road, Southeast Huntsville is an ideal location for Arsenal workers. As one of the oldest parts of Huntsville, it has a well-developed community with easy access to shopping, restaurants, schools and entertainment, including the upcoming regional star comedy club, Stand Up Live!

  • Jones Valley Shopping District

  • Huntsville Tennis Center

  • Ditto Landing Water Recreation

  • Stand Up Live!

  • Hays Farm Village Center

  • Lowe Mill

  • Campus 805

  • Stovehouse

SE Huntsville
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Northwest HUntsville

With easy access to Oakwood University, University of Alabama, and Redstone Arsenal, residents of Northwest Huntsville are ideally situated for both Redstone workers and university students, But it isn't just all work and school in Northwest Huntsville: with Providence Main and Mid Towne, Northwest Huntsville hosts lots of food, fun, and activities for the families, singles and retirees alike. 

  • US Space & Rocket Center

  • MidCity

  • Village of Providence

  • Bridge Street Town Center

  • Great for entertainment and convenience

  • Great for older couples, retirees, and young singles

NW Huntsville
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hampton cove

Just to the east of Huntsville, Hampton Cove has become the "go to" spot for relaxed family living. And it has grown in popularity for golf lovers due to its close proximity to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail. The rapid growth has led to a book in family-friendly amenities and restaurants. Combined with its rapid access to the Huntsville area, Hampton Cove has quickly become the leading Huntsville suburb. 

  • Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail

  • Burritt on the Mountain

  • Family environment close to town

  • Great for outdoor lovers

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downtown Huntsville

The newly invigorated downtown Huntsville has become a leading example of urban renewal. With art, entertainment, bars, and restaurants in abundance, Downtown Huntsville has an ever growing nightlife that is only rivaled by its growth in high-end residential spaces and surge in tech companies taking up residence in stylish office spaces. 

  • Huntsville Museum of Art

  • Early Works Museum

  • Broadway Theatre League

  • Mars Music Hall 

  • Von Braun Center

  • Close proximity to medical district for doctors and on-call medical workers

  • Great entertainment district for all ages and walks of life

Downtown Huntsville
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