Huntsville AL Relocation Specialist and General Information
Moving to Huntsville, Alabama? I have been a real estate agent here for years and my experience and knowledge of the area\'s market can help make your move easier. You can contact me for new market information to help you find the best new house. There are also new listings for Huntsville below.
About the City
Huntsville is a city in Madison and Limestone Counties. It is located in northern Alabama in the Tennessee River Valley and is the county seat for Madison County. About 171,327 residents call Huntsville home, making it the largest city in northern Alabama. The population density is low with 956 people per square mile and the average resident is 37 years old, married, educated, travels 18 minutes to work, lives in a household of two, and earns a household income of $44,000. Huntsville is ranked No. 3 on the list of Best Places to Live and Work in America, compiled by BestJobsUsa.com.
Known as Rocket City USA, Huntsville is home to the NASA Marshall Space Flight Center and Redstone Arsenal. The U.S. Space & Rocket Center houses the U.S. Space Camp and Aviation\'s Challenge programs as well as having the only Saturn V rocket designated as a National Historic Landmark. Huntsville also houses the Twickenham Historic District, one of three such districts. It features homes in the Federal and Greek Revival architectural styles and has the densest concentration of antebellum homes in the state. The Weeden House Museum, once home to female artist and poet Howard Weeden, is now open to the public. The Alabama Constitution Village has eight reconstructed Federal style buildings with living-museum displays and the Huntsville Museum of Art in Big Spring International Park has permanent and traveling displays as well as educational programs for all ages.