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Living in Montgomery, AL

Welcome to Montgomery, Alabama and the River Region, including the surrounding communities of Prattville, Millbrook, Wetumpka, Pike Road, and Tallassee. Home to over 365,000 residents, Montgomery and the River Region offer a rich history from its earliest Indian inhabitants, to English and French settlers, to the eventual establishment of the City of Montgomery in 1819. The new city grew quickly as a center of commerce well situated alongside the Alabama River and became the state capital in 1846. Later known as the Cradle of the Confederacy where Jefferson Davis was sworn in as President of the Confederate States of America, Montgomery had the distinction almost a century later of being known as the birthplace of civil rights. Tributes to Rosa Parks, Dr. Martin Luther King, and the beautiful Maya Lin designed Civil Rights Memorial draw thousands of visitors each year.

Along with the history, the southern charm, and genuine hospitality comes a city bustling with the activities of commerce, government, industry, and education. Home to growing businesses, state government, Maxwell Air Force Base (home of Air University) and Gunter Annex, Hyundai Motor Manufacturing as well as numerous suppliers, Auburn University at Montgomery, Faulkner University, Troy University, Alabama State University, and Huntingdon College, Montgomery has outstanding opportunities for employment, service, and learning. A revitalized downtown and riverfront area draws crowds for business and pleasure.

Culture, art, sports, and recreation are an important part of the River Region’s communities. The internationally acclaimed Alabama Shakespeare Festival at Blount Cultural Park presents an outstanding season of plays each year - Shakespeare, musicals, current drama, and comedy. Several small theater groups are also active in the area.

An annual Sunday afternoon Art Trek with several galleries and exhibitions open for viewing is a popular activity.

Chamber music, chorales, concerts, and ballet performances draw thousands each year as well as subscription performing arts series. Montgomery’s AA Biscuits baseball team, water sports, fishing, hunting, running, cycling, tennis, and golf, as well as short trips to college games nearby draw both spectators and participants.

The River Region is a great place to live, work, and play with friendly people, job opportunities, educational opportunities, lovely neighborhoods both old and new, and leaders with vision for the future so come to visit and –

  • Ride the Lightning Route Trolley replicating America’s first electric street car line.
  • Watch fireworks over Riverfront Park on the 4th of July.
  • Enjoy the riverfront from the Harriot II Riverboat.
  • Enjoy a AA baseball game at the crowd pleasing Biscuits stadium.
  • Visit the Montgomery Zoo’s Halloween Zoo Boo.
  • Enjoy the clear, clean waters of nearby Lake Martin with its 700+ miles of shoreline.
  • Four the State Capital, Archives and History, and Montgomery Museum of Art.
  • Check out the Hank Williams Memorial and Museum.
  • Visit the Rosa Parks Museum and Dexter Avenue King Memorial Church.
  • Attend the Montgomery Symphony Orchestra’s “Broadway Under the Stars” in September and the Christmas concert in December.
  • Learn about the Wright Brothers flying school and Maxwell Field.
We hope you will want to stay.

Montgomery Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 115 homes for sale in Montgomery, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
69% Single Family, 28% Land/lot and 3% Other.

69% Single Family
28% Land/lot
3% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 115
Average Home Size 2,285 ft² / 212 m²
Price Range ($9,000 - $1,395,000)

Weather in Montgomery

The average high temperatures in Montgomery range from 58 in January to 92 in July

Average home income in Montgomery

The average household income of a Montgomery resident is $64,551 with an average home value of $144,916

Population of Montgomery

Montgomery has 218,177 residents.

Home ownership in Montgomery

The average level of home ownership in Montgomery is 58%.

Education breakdown of Montgomery

Education levels of residents of Montgomery include: highschool 29%, associate 6%, bachelor 18%, graduate 13%.

Households in Montgomery

Montgomery has 85,465 homes, built on average 42 years ago.

Information from in and around Montgomery...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 115 homes for sale in Montgomery. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Land/lot and Other. The average list price of these property results is 186,519. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Montgomery please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 115 homes for sale in Montgomery, AL are represented by 3 member brokerages serving the Montgomery area. Member brokerages representing the 115 homes include Alfa Realty, RealtySouth and ARC Realty.