Alabama historic homes and cultural sites can be found across the state’s 52,423 square-mile total area.Bound by the Gulf of Mexico, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Florida, Alabama is a place that is known not only for its excellent hospitality and laidback lifestyle, but also for its rich history.
The 30th largest state takes its name from the Alabama, a southern Indian tribe. The name itself is said to have its roots in the Choctaw language. From the Native American people to the early European settlers and now the present folks who call West Alabama Real Estate home, the state has definitely had many cultural influences.
Alabama historic homes provide a glimpse into the past and valuable information about the State and its history. There are historic villages and districts, homes with architectural influences from many different periods, and remnants of what used to be.
The Alabama Constitution Village in Huntsville, the Anniston Downtown District, Athens Town Square, the Battle-Friedman House in Tuscaloosa, the Bellingrath Gardens and Home in Mobile, and the Bessemer Pioneer Homes, are just a handful of Alabama historic homes and Alabama Plantations that one can come across while here.
Alabama historic homes are part of the state’s charm. For more information about relocating to Alabama or purchasing real estate, get in touch with one of Bill Mackey Real Estate’s agents at 1-888-236-3994.