What are the best neigborhoods in Birmingham?

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Where is the good life? For families? Singles?

katgrlryder in dc, District of Columbia

95 months ago

how can I view the responses please?

Thank you!

joey in Austin, Texas

95 months ago

katgrlryder in dc, District of Columbia said: how can I view the responses please?

Thank you!

There aren't any yet ;-) But, I read elsewhere that Crestwood area of Birmingham is very desirable with beautiful homes.

Tracy in Birmingham, Alabama

93 months ago

The southern suburbs are all very nice places to live. These include Mountain Brook, Homewood, Vestavia, Inverness and Hoover. Home prices range greatly depending upon the suburb with Mountain Brook being the most expensive but closest to downtown. Hoover tends to have the best home values and is normally within a 30 minute drive from downtown. There is a great deal of building south of Inverness on Hwy 280, but traffic into the city on this route can be a problem depending upon your destination. Smaller southern suburbs of Chelsea, Pelham, Helena and Alabaster offer more starter homes and even better home values, but have longer commutes and traffic issues... unless you are working in those areas. The schools in all these areas are good. Overall, Birmingham is a very nice place to live.

Jackie in Logan, Ohio

83 months ago

thanks

ed in Nashville, Tennessee

81 months ago

Southlake in hoover

tamaraoperadiva in Birmingham, Alabama

71 months ago

Mountain Brook, Vestavia Hills, Hoover, Homewood, Alabaster, Pelham, Hwy 280 area, some parts of Gardendale...

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