Gadsden is situated in a fantastic location for anyone looking to buy or rent to own a house in the South. It's within easy access of Birmingham, Chattanooga and Atlanta, all important hub cities. This means that you can have all the perks of living in a medium-sized town and get all the benefits of being close to these three larger cities.
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Local eats! Don't worry about finding a delicious dinner in Gadsden. If you're looking for a casual burger and fries, check out Jefferson's Restaurant in the center of town. Las Brisas Mexican Restaurant on Highway 411 will take care of all your Mexican food cravings, and the Chestnut Station is a great place to head for a cocktail and a light bite.
Shop 'til you drop! There are heaps of shopping locations to check out all over town. You can do your food shopping at Johnson's Giant Food in the center of town, head to the Beauty Outlet for your personal care needs, and go to the Gadsden Mall for everything else. There are plenty of home decor stores here too, so you can get your new house set up right away.
The big little town! Residents love this town because it has a sizable population and so much to offer, yet it still feels like a small town. It's historically one of Alabama's biggest industrial centers and has worked hard to rebuild itself as a cozy southern town with arts and culture. It's a great place to look for houses to rent because the population growth isn't booming right now, so you won't be fighting for real estate appointments. Look at homes near W. Meighan Blvd. if you like being close to your neighbors and further north near Exchange Bank if you prefer subdivisions with winding streets and more space.
Affordable housing! Because Gadsden doesn't have a rapidly growing population, house prices are very affordable right now. They are well below the national average and much lower than the rest of Alabama. You can find out more about the wonderful things this city has to offer at the Gadsden Downtown Community Center or the Greater Gadsden Area Tourism Office.
Low cost of living! Thought that it couldn't get any better? Well, on top of all this, it's also quite affordable to live in Gadsden. The community is able to keep costs down yet still provide a high quality of life. The town doesn't skimp on its offerings, though -- The Gadsden Museum of Art and the Central Carver Legacy Museum are both excellent examples of how this little town provides for its residents.
Scenic surroundings! Gadsden is located in the Coosa River Valley, where you can find beautiful hilly terrain and lush forests. It's nestled at the foot of Lookout Mountain, and the views are spectacular all year round.
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