Homes for Sale in Mountain Brook
Yes Mountain Brook has an excellent reputation not only in the state of Alabama, but a national one as well. It is a well established metro area neighborhood of Birmingham initially developed in 1929 and incorporated as a city in 1942.
The original design of the city was a unique one and is likely why the community became so popular and known as, the place to live, throughout the Birmingham metro area. The landscape architecture of the community was based around large estate-sized lots, scenic roads, with business centers focused on 3 village concepts; English Village, Mountain Brook Village, and Crestline Village.
Mountain Brook – A Great Place to Call Home
Without question, Mountain Brook, is the wealthiest city in the state when measuring per-capita average income and not only in the state but it is ranked within the top 20 suburb/neighborhoods in the nation in this category. Few suburbs in the United States command such a disproportionate majority of a metro areas wealthy and influential families.
Moreover, as is often the case along with financial ability comes a great school system and Mountain Brook’s School District is Alabama’s top rated school district when it comes to student academic and extracurricular activities.
Mountain Brook Neighborhoods
The outlining subdivision neighborhoods of Brookwood, Cherokee Bend, Crestline, and Overton are situated in three nature preserves with a number of interconnected paths that create a community recreational network throughout the city.
Moreover the surrounding slopes of the Mountain Brook valley over the decades has protected the suburb from urban crawl and over commercialization, so why not utilize the provided links below to explore these and other Mountain Brook neighborhoods at your leisure.