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  • Framed by the majestic Appalachian Mountains, the 45.64-square mile Model City is the industrial seat of Calhoun County, Alabama, thanks to its iron and textile industries. Ahead of its time, Anniston was the first Alabama city to get electricity in 1882 and telephone service in 1884. The city's downtown area showcases retail giants like Quintard and historical structures like the Berman Museum, proof that the city values its past while moving towards the future.

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Top 6 Reasons to Live in Anniston, AL

  • Sweat it out at the Noble Street Festival! Visit the Noble Street Festival every April and watch competitive bicycle racing on a 0.7-mile course. Non-professional cyclists can join the recreational bike tour called the Cheaha Challenge Gran Fondo. The festival also offers relay games, hundreds of food stands, mini concerts and art exhibits.
  • Thriving real estate market for business! Anniston is actively converting acres of lands into business properties, including land at the former Fort McClellan near Lowe's Supermarket and Gordon Park. Sixty acres are marked for commercial development. The complex includes residential projects to address the housing needs of new residents and workers in the retail hub.
  • Conquer the Chief Ladiga Trail! Embark on a 33-mile, 4-hour bike ride from Anniston to the Alabama-Georgia state line. Scenic landmarks serve as mile markers, including the Germania Springs Park and the Pinhoti National Forest. Serious adventurers can extend the trip by biking the Silver Comet Trail in Georgia. It's the longest combined paved trail in the United States at 94.5 miles.
  • Historic downtown! Check out beautifully restored structures in the downtown area. The 1889 Caldwell Building, Anniston's oldest registered building, is made of marble and brass. The 11-story Watermark Tower, formerly the Liles Building, is also on Noble Street. A short distance away, you'll find the beautifully landscaped, Classical-style Colyer-Lloyd Building on Quintard Street.
  • Fabulous golf resorts! Anniston is home to award-winning golf courses that also serve as perfect holiday getaways. Reserve a tee time at the Indian Oaks Golf Club in Cherokee Trail, Pine Hill Country Club in Pine Hill, Cane Creek Golf Course in McClellan and Anniston Municipal Golf Course in Johnston Drive, nicknamed The Hill.
  • Downtown rental homes! Although there are only 283 houses per square mile in Anniston, additional housing developments are meeting the housing demand, especially for renovated buildings in the downtown area. Neighborhoods around Noble Street, Barry Street and Quintard Avenue are popular locations for rental homes, including rent to own units, due to their convenient locations.