October Events Around Birmingham October in Alabama brings wonderfully cool weather, fall festivals for the whole family and, of course, Halloween celebrations complete with costumes, candy and pumpkin carving. And the best part is that you don’t have to wait until October 31 to celebrate. There are dozens of events throughout the Birmingham area all month, hosted by libraries, churches, police … Read More
Just a short distance down Round Hill Road you will come across the most enchanting library around. Venture a little further and you’ll find nearly year-round outdoor fun at Wald Park.
It doesn’t get more convenient or family friendly than 1312 Round Hill Road, a beautiful four bedroom, 2.5 bath home in the heart of Vestavia.
2622 Kemp Court offers everything a parent could hope for in a home. Kids can spend the year learning in Homewood’s award-winning school system and the summer playing in a fenced-in yard on this cozy cul-de-sac.
This home is located in Huntington Parc on a kid-friendly, low-traffic street. Its four upstairs bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms provide plenty of space for the whole family – and extra room for guests.
Birmingham Area Splash Pads There’s nothing else in the world like an Alabama summer – spending the day outdoors, eating barbecue and lounging in a hammock before catching fireflies as night falls. But those simple pleasures are often accompanied by sweltering summer temperatures. Luckily, all you have to do to beat the heat is visit one of the many public … Read More
Birmingham Farmer’s Markets Farmer’s market season is kicking off in Birmingham. Looking for local fruits and veggies, music and family fun this summer? The weekly farmer’s market in the Homewood, The Summit and Crestline areas are open for business. Urban Cookhouse lives up to its motto – Buy Local, Eat Urban! – by organizing the markets every year. Local vendors unite to prove … Read More
Survey or not to survey? When purchasing a home, your Realtor will ask you the question, “Would you like a survey to determine the property boundaries?” You think; the property boundaries are clearly defined by trees or fence, why do I need a survey or the additional expense? While boundary lines sometimes seemed defined by fences or tree lines, before … Read More
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