Mountain Brook, AL is incredibly rich in natural resources with trees covering almost every open space. The shaded Southern streets are home to an impressive amount of shopping and dining, while Mountain Brook residents enjoy close proximity to Birmingham. A fairly young city, Mountain Brook was developed in 1929, and its beautiful layout can be accredited to sharing a planner and landscape architect with Central Park.
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Amazing location! Just over 5 miles from Birmingham, Mountain Brook residents can take a quick car ride on Alabama State Route 38 to enjoy all that Birmingham has to offer. Mountain Brook residents also have plenty to choose from in their own town, from the Emmet O'Neal Library to dining at Chez Lulu.
Beautiful scenery! Take in all that beautiful southern scenery around Mountain Brook by visiting any of the six local parks. Jemison Park not only has plants to appreciate, but also features a guide to all the birds found in the area. The Overton Park features walking paths. Drive over to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens to take in even more natural beauty.
Great rental market! Whether you're looking for a rent to own or traditional rental, the homes here reflect the swanky real estate market. Although over 80% of homes are owner occupied, renters do get to choose from 5-bedroom homes or luxury townhouses. Check out the Cherokee Ridge and Shook Hill Subdivisions' feature homes, which are seated on over 2 acre lots.
The shopping! Shopping districts in Mountain Brook are listed as villages; there are a total of five shopping villages, including Cahaba Village and the English Village. The area is also home to numerous boutiques and specialty shops, so you'll have no problem finding everything on your list.
Stay fit! From Villager Yoga to Balance Personal Training, there are plenty of fitness options around town.
Rising real estate values! In 2014, the median sale price for houses in Mountain Brook was $478,000 -- an increase of 12.5% from 2009 values. English Tudor is the common architectural style in this area; to find the best fit, buyers should consider what they want in a neighborhood. Golfers should look near the Mountain Brook Club, for example.
Take a walk! Mountain Brook has a Walkway Masterplan, which has trails throughout the city. Walking the trails offers routes from Battery Lane to Knollwood Drive. Those lucky enough to live near Lane Park Road can even walk over to the Birmingham Botanical Gardens.
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