Huntsville Real Estate

Huntsville, Alabama is ranked as the #7 Best Place to Live in U.S. by U.S. News and World Report. Trulia has recently named Huntsville as the “Top place to live” in America’s new tech hubs. Huntsville is now the second largest metro area in Alabama. Newsweek just ranked it as one of the Top 50 Least Stressed Cities in America.

Huntsville is a city with a population of 190,501 located within in Madison County.
Livability ranked Huntsville as the #1 most affordable place to live and Wallet Hub recently ranked Huntsville as one of the Best Cites for Renters. Homes in Huntsville are priced very reasonably for the high quality of life with a low cost of living.

Huntsville is home to numerous companies such as, Facebook, Google, Amazon, Toyota, Mazda, LG, multiple rocket manufacturers. A vast amount of Government agencies within the Department of Defense, NASA, and the FBI also reside here. Google and Facebook are spending over 1 BILLION dollars to bring data centers near Huntsville. The FBI just announced it is moving many of its operations to Redstone Arsenal, which will ultimately bring over 4,000 jobs to the area. When the brand new Toyota-Mazda plant opens in Limestone County it will bring an estimated 4,000 more jobs. Aerojet Rocketdyne is expanding and bringing over 700 jobs to Huntsville.

Huntsville is located in North Alabama and is situated close to multiple major cities. It is 1.5 hours from Nashville and Birmingham as well as a little over 3 hours from Atlanta, Memphis and Knoxville. Alabama has one of the best kept secrets in the U.S….the Gulf Coast Beaches! Huntsville is only 5.5 hrs from Orange Beach, Gulf Shores, and Destin.

Huntsville is a melting pot of people from many different walks of life. Wallethub recently ranked Huntsville among the Top 25 Most Educated Cities in America and Forbes Magazine had Huntsville as one of The World’s Smartest Cities. Huntsville also continues to be ranked as the smartest city in Alabama by multiple publications as well.

the New Age of Aerospace is here in Huntsville, Alabama. Huntsville has a famous history when it comes to Space Exploration. Back in the 1960s the Rocket City played a huge part in building the Saturn V rockets which helped the astronauts reach the moon. Flash forward to today– NASA, Blue Origin, Aerojet Rocketdyne and Boeing all call Huntsville home and employ thousands of engineers. Over 3,900 aerospace engineers are employed in this city, which is more than any other metropolitan area in the U.S. Nerd Wallet currently ranks Huntsville as the nation’s top engineering city. Each summer thousands of children and their parents from all over the world flock to Huntsville to attend Space Camp at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center. There are camps for all ages and all different types of interests.

Being a city of Engineers, Huntsville has a well planned out traffic system with easily accessible highways and roads. The city and mayor have made the infrastructure in Huntsville a high priority. Mayor Tommy Battle recently said, “This growth is the reason we put together the $250 million Restore Our Roads plan for our major corridors, and the reason why we are further investing another $147 million in our internal road network to improve connectivity. We’ve invested $250 million in new schools, capital funds into new parks, museums, green-ways – everything you see is part of our capital plan is to accommodate growth we knew was coming.” Along with well kept roads, Huntsville is also full of smart and safe drivers. All State Insurance released their 2018 Best Driver’s Report and Huntsville was ranked as the 4th safest driving city in the U.S.

Forbes recently ranked Huntsville as one of the Top 25 most educated cities in America. Thanks to the educational demands of the aerospace and engineering jobs that dominate our cities economy, a little over 38% of its citizens have a bachelor’s degree. The school system has 64 Pre-K programs, 21 elementary schools, 4 middle schools and 2 junior highs, 6 high schools.

A couple of well known Universities include the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), which is one of the top public universities in the U.S. and Alabama A&M University. The area also has Oakwood University and one of the more popular community colleges in the state, Calhoun Community College.

Huntsville is located in the basin of the Tennessee river which is known as the Tennessee Valley. This Valley has some of the most beautiful rolling mountains and hills that you will ever see which boast great walking, hiking, and biking trails. There are more than 70 miles of free public trails.
Expedia ranked Huntsville as the state’s best destination for nature lovers.

Huntsville is truly a fantastic place to live, work, and play. You'll never run out of things to do and there will always be more friendly people to meet.

Huntsville - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Huntsville: $458,400 / County Avg $475,200

48%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Huntsville: 2,873 / County Avg 2,832

51%

Avg Price per/sqft in Huntsville:$160 / County Avg $168

95%

Avg Walkscore in Huntsville: 19 / County Avg 15

63%

Avg Year Built in Huntsville: 1985 / County Avg 1995

50%

Avg Days on Website in Huntsville: 77 / County Avg 88

44%

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Neighborhoods in Huntsville AL
2101 West Ferry Way
Alderbrook
Ambers Crossing
Anslee Farms
Ashton Springs
Ashtynn Manor
Bailey Estates
Belgate
Bell Grove Manor
Bell Tower
Bishop Hills
Bishop Row
Blossomwood
Bon Air Estates
Brasfield
Briarwood Estates
Brookfield
Bucks Canyon
Canebrake
Cave Hill
Cedar Crest
Cedar Park
Celias Garden
Chase Shadow
Chesnutt Hill
Chesterfield
Chimney Springs
Chippendale
Cobblestone Condo
Cooper Estates
Country Club Estates
Covemont Estates
Crystal Creek
Darylewood Estates
Davis Hills
Deerfield
Dilworth Estates
Down South Condo
East Huntsville
Edenshire
Edgemont
Edgewood
Edmonton Heights
Fagan Springs Estates
Gentily Forest
Glade
Glen Echo
Governors Bend
Green Hills
Greenwycke Heights
Greenwycke Village
Harrisburg Estates
Harrison Hills
Hawks Ridge
Hidden Point
High Mountain Estates
High Mountain Reserve
Highlands
Hillwood Estates
Hudson Hills
Huntsville Hills
Indian Creek
Inspiration On Green Mountain
Island At The Reserve
Jacksons Bend
Jaguar Hills
Jones Valley Estates
Jordan Place
Kambry Grove
Katherine Acres
Knoll Ridge Condo
Lake Forest
Lakewood Homes
Lendon
Lily Flagg Acres
Lowe Corporation
Madison Heights
Magnolia Village
Mayfair
Mazza Corner
Mcmullen Cove
Meadow Ridge Acres
Merrimack
Metes And Bounds
Midtowne On The Park
Mimosa Hills
Montclair Heights
Montdale
Monte Vista
Monterrey
Mooreman & Newman
Morningside
Morningside Mountain
Mount Charron Estates
Mountain Brook
Mt Carmel
Newson Fairview
Oak Park
Oakcrest
Old Town
Parkway Estates
Patton Estates
Phillips Cove
Phillips Creek
Phillips Ridge
Pleasant Acres
Promenade At River Landng
Quail Ridge
Randolph Heights
Riverside
Rolling Hills
Ryland Hills
Sandhurst Park
Scenic Heights
Shadow Springs
Shadow Wood
Sherwood Park
Somerby At Jones Farm
Stevens Addition To Cedar Crest
Stone Hill Estates
Stone Valley
Stratton Square
Sunrise Valley
Sutton Place
Tannahill Estates
The Ledges
The Preserve At Inspiration
Timber Ridge
Trailhead
Turner Farm
Twickenham
Valley View
Valmont Estates
Vestavia Estates
Village Of Providence
Village Of The Hills
Wakefield
Walker Woods
Weatherly Heights
West Huntsville
Westbury Estates
Whitesburg Drive
Willow Brook Condo
Willow Hills Estates
Willowbrook
Woodridge South
Yarbrough Estates