style=”font-size: small;”>“Space Capital of America”
Voted 3rd among the “Top 25 High-Tech Cities in America” by Expansion Management Magazine, Huntsville is home to a very culturally diverse population and businesses including some of the largest firms from Korea, Japan, Germany, and many more. Huntsville is also home to the world’s largest space center.
Located in the Northeast corner of Alabama off I-565 just 10 miles north of the Tennessee River, Huntsville is surrounded on three sides by the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains. Offering a vast array of year round recreational opportunities, residents and visitors alike come for the natural beauty of the area’s pristine mountain lakes, tree covered mountains, and lush, green woodlands.
Huntsville offers many attractions including (but not limited to) a 110 acre Botanical Garden, “Sci-Quest” Science Center, an innovative history complex “Early Works”, the 1860 Huntsville train depot, and the Museum of Art, just to name a few.
No city would be complete without great shopping and spectacular restaurants and Huntsville has it all. Unique boutiques and epicurian fare from regions around the world to “good ol’ down home cookin” can be found throughout the vacinity. With real Southern BBQ, authentic pecan pie, and mouth-watering cornbread along with true “Southern Hospitality”, it’s easy to see why Huntsville is “home.”
Huntsville homes for sale typically range from $100,000 to $450,000. On the low end, Huntsville housing can start as low as $50,000 and go up as high as $1,500,000. Land for sale in Huntsville typically averages from $15,000 to $65,000 for a lot or acre. Available homes in the Huntsville Area include Single Family Homes, Multi Family Homes, Condos, Town homes, New Construction, Lakefront homes, Riverfront homes, Lots, New Development, Acreage, Commercial Property, Investment Property, Golf Course Communities, Luxury Homes, Retirement Communities, Farm Land, Historic Homes and Rentals.