Garden District Real Estate & Information

Garden District Real Estate & Information

Just south of downtown lies one of Montgomery's most beautiful and historic neighborhoods. Named the Garden District for its exquisite gardens, the area is bounded by Noble Avenue, Decatur/Norman Bridge Road, Fairview Avenue and Court Street and was first designated as a Garden District in 1983. With its northern boundary extended to Interstate 85, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places as early as the 1870's and continued to the 1930's with an eclectic mix of architectural styles.

The Garden District evolved as early business leaders chose to live in an area close to downtown businesses and the state Capitol. Homes here range from modest houses to some of the Montgomery area's most beautiful homes.

The most commonly seen style of the area is the Bungalow, which was popularized by home magazines during the early 1900's. Other architectural styles of the Garden District include Arts and Crafts, Tudor, Italianate-influence, Colonial and Neoclassical Revivals, the most well-known of which is the Governor's Mansion located at 1142 South Perry Street.

Garden District residents take great pride in their neighborhood, which remains one of Montgomery's most beautiful areas.

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