Huntsville - Five Points & East Huntsville

The East Huntsville and Five Points Historical District are south of Oakwood Avenue and east of I-565.  The Five Points Historical District is the third historical district to be named in Huntsville.  This area was known as Huntsville's first suburb when it was developed in 1892.  One can see the march of history through this subdivision as several decades of architecture are prevalent from Victorian, Bungalows, Cape Cods, and then Ranch homes.  Much like its historical neighbor Old Town, East Huntsville and Five Points Historical District are very convenient to the heart of Huntsville including entertainment and Huntsville Hospital.  

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$379,900
HUNTSVILLE, AL
4
beds
3
baths
Listing courtesy of Legend Realty HUNTSVILLE
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$284,000
HUNTSVILLE, AL
4
beds
3
baths
Listing courtesy of Van Valkenburgh & Wilkinson Pr HUNTSVILLE
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$715,000
HUNTSVILLE, AL
5
beds
4
baths
Listing courtesy of A.H. Sotheby's Int. Realty HUNTSVILLE
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$249,900
HUNTSVILLE, AL
3
beds
2
baths
Listing courtesy of Century 21 Steele & Associates HUNTSVILLE
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$129,500
HUNTSVILLE, AL
3
beds
2
baths
Listing courtesy of Legend Realty Madison, LLC HUNTSVILLE
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Today's Market Trends for Huntsville - Five Points & East Huntsville *

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