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Montevallo Area Insight

  • April Sharpe
    RE/MAX Advantage South
    Montevallo is a peaceful and convenient place to live. Close to I-65 makes city living close and beautiful land makes country living at it's best. The variety of communities and land will meet any families needs and wants to find that forever home.
  • Mary Evans
    RE/MAX Advantage South
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    Montevallo, AL
    Salem Road in Montevallo comes alive in springtime with green fields, white fences, and blue skies. Horses run through the pastures, barns show up in the landscape, pastoral scenes are in abundance. If a home comes available, snatch it up! It's a great place to live.
  • Derek Young
    RE/MAX Advantage South
    LifeStart wants AEDs ( automated external defibrillators) to be as common as fire extinguishers. As part of achieving this goal, LifeStart is ensuring students and staff members in Alabama schools know how to use AEDs. Montevallo High School is one of 15 schools designated as a "HeartSafe School". This honor is awarded to schools who include AED training as part of their curriculum with regular teaching on this topic in classrooms for all students.
  • Derek Young
    RE/MAX Advantage South
    Montevallo, Alabama ~ Alabama National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery located in Montevallo, Alabama, 15 miles south of Birmingham. The 479-acre national cemetery in the Birmingham area will serve veterans' needs for at least the next 50 years. The project began on June 25, 2009. The cemetery is located at 3133 Highway 119, 15 miles south of Birmingham, just north of the town of Montevallo and west of Interstate Highway 65. From Interstate 65, take Exit 234 (Shelby County Airport). Turn left on Hwy. 87 (this turns into Hwy. 12). Travel on Hwy. 12 (approximately 1.5 miles to stop sign). Turn right on Hwy. 22 and go 2.8 miles to traffic light. Turn left on Hwy. 119 South. Travel 1.3 miles and the cemetery will be on the right.
  • Derek Young
    RE/MAX Advantage South
    There is a lot more to Montevallo than the University. Yes it has its beautiful historical buildings like so many Alabama small towns. But one of the beauties of Montevallo is the Salem Road area as it winds thru big oak trees with beautiful estate homes sitting back from the road. You will see the other residents of "Salem Road" leaning over the fence 'cause the grass looks greener on the other side"--this area is beautiful from all angles!
  • Derek Young
    RE/MAX Advantage South
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    Montevallo, AL
    On Saturday, July 4th families can spend the day at the American Village. Featuring Colonial life back to life. Gates open at noon. All kinds of great activities for children to participate in during the day. Fireworks show will begin at dusk. So, come and spend the entire day at the American village for your Fourth of July 2015.
  • Hirano Ha Karate Do Association is located on Main Street Montevallo and offers traditional Japanese Karate instruction. Classes meet six days a week with Sensei David Pope who has over forty years of experience. While self-defense and fitness are obvious benefits of karate training, we believe that self-discipline is the most valuable reward. Please visit us at our website for more information
  • The Fox and Pheasant Bed and Breakfast Inn is a beautifully restored English manor style home. There are four elegant bedrooms and each has its own private sumptuous bathroom. Guests are treated to a selection of gourmet breakfasts of eggs Benedict, blueberry pancakes or French toast to name a few selections from the menu. Walk right out the front door and into the beautiful town of Montevallo where you might take a hike down one of the many trails, eat at one of the many restaurants, or take a bike ride around the University of Montevallo. For more information visit www.foxandpheasantinn.com
  • Cassie Carter
    RE/MAX Advantage Central
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    Montevallo, AL
    If you find yourself in the area, you should stop in and pay tribute to our fallen service men and women. The cemetery serves to honor, house, and commemorate the sacrifice they made for this great country. Although the setting may seem somber, there is an air of comfort in knowing that you don't have to travel all the way to Washington to pay homage.
  • Cassie Carter
    RE/MAX Advantage Central
    What started as an all-women’s college in 1896 has blossomed into the hub of the city of Montevallo. It's one of only 27 public liberal arts colleges in the country. The university boasts one of the longest running college traditions in the country, and was featured as such as an answer on Jeopardy. Apart from it being an amazing learning experience, the campus itself has beautiful sculptures and plenty of natural beauty to abound. It's worth the time to simply drive around the area, it's gorgeous!
  • Cassie Carter
    RE/MAX Advantage Central
    Orr Park is one of those rare finds. It's packed full of whimsy, playfulness, and that good old getting back to nature in the morning! It's a great place to spend the day, exploring all the intricate carvings on the trees. Musing over how the artist could have made something so beautiful! Come on down to Montevallo and take a peek for yourself!
  • Debbie Stallings
    RE/MAX Advantage South
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    Montevallo, AL
    Orr Park is a wonderful place to spend an afternoon. I recently went there ahead of my grandchildren and made notes of some of the carvings. I made a list of things for them to find (and drew pictures for the ones that do no read yet). We walked through the park and looked for the characters on the list and had a great time checking them off. Lots of excitement, conversation and memories. We concluded with a picnic lunch, a walk and play time. A great day that we all still talk about! Thank you to the local art students for providing such a unique park!
  • William   "Pitt" Pittman
    RE/MAX First Choice
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    Montevallo, AL
    The Montevallo Golf Course began as a small 9 hole course and was expanded and lengthened to today's great course. It is a relatively short public course, but it offers some great oportunities to prove your golfing skills. Hole #3 especially has an huge elevation change and and the par 3 green is surrounded by University Lake! Exciting! This is just one example of a short but tough course!
  • William   "Pitt" Pittman
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    Montevallo, AL
    Be sure and check out the American Village on Hwy 119 in Montevallo. Go back to the roots of our great nation and see the history unfold! Hundreds of events are scheduled each year. Check out their website and come visit.
  • William   "Pitt" Pittman
    RE/MAX First Choice
    Don't miss out on the opportunity to go by and pay your respects to our country's heroes and the Alabama National Cemetery. Located off Hwy 119 in Montevallo, this is a beautiful facility and a place to show our patriotic duty. It consists of a 479 acre national park in the heart of Alabama.
  • Tony Birk
    RE/MAX First Choice
    Come to Montevallo on Oct. 26, 2013 from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. and enjoy the University Artwalk and Halloween Street Party. There will be a costume contest for all ages. Also view the student's' artwork. Festivities will take place on Main St. in Montevallo.
  • Tony Birk
    RE/MAX First Choice
    Regardless of your political views, a visit to the National Cemetery in Montevallo is a fresh reminder of those who have fought for our country. The National Cemetery is only a few years old, but you would be amazed at the numbers of those who have already found their eternal resting place there. The National Cemetery is located on Hwy 119 and is directly west of the American Village. Both venues are worth a trip down to Montevallo.
  • Tony Birk
    RE/MAX First Choice
    If you have not stopped in to visit the American Village in Montevallo you have really missed a great treat. The building is an exact replica from our American past. The characters are in authentic costumes and roles. The 4th of July is their largest event, but programs are presented all year round. It is a great location for school field trips. You need to put this hidden gem on your must see list!
  • Anita Latham
    RE/MAX First Choice
    The University of Montevallo opened in 1856. Cobblestone streets and beautiful oak trees connect the academic halls of this university. The University of Montevallo is cited as Alabama’s only public liberal arts university. Many students seeking their degrees in teaching and theater can be found among the students enrolled here. Visit for more information: www.montevallo.edu
  • Anita Latham
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    Founded in 1995, the America Village serves as an educational institution to strengthen and renew the foundations of American liberty and self-government. Located in Montevallo, AL you cannot help but become intrigued with the thought of living during revolutionary times. The American Village has a mission to continue to educate youths about the Declaration of Independence, the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights. In addition to education, it is also a facility that can be used to host private events such as weddings, meetings, conferences, etc. Did we mention the fireworks on the fourth of July? It is a beautiful experience! Video of Fireworks: http://vimeo.com/45253601
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    Montevallo, AL
    The American Village is a nationally recognized American history and civics education center where history comes alive. Approximately 75,000 visitors from Alabama and surrounding states come to the American Village each year to participate in educational programs, public events and other activities. The American Village works in cooperation with the University, the city, the county and the Chamber in promoting people visiting Montevallo and Shelby County and discovering some of Alabama's great treasures. Open Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. www.americanvillage.org

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