If you’re looking for a quiet neighborhood with natural landscaping, single family homes, and a variety of architectural options, then look no further because Alabama Hill is the place for you! This neighborhood has plenty of quiet streets, cul de sacs, and that classic suburb feel. Most of the homes were built in the 1960’s or 70’s. There are also newer luxury homes built on lots with an expansive view of the rest of the city and Bellingham Bay. Most homes are owner-occupied, but of course rental opportunities do exist.
Alabama Hill’s 6,400 residents take advantage of the benefits of their neighborhood, including the Railroad Trail, Whatcom Falls Park, and the large backyards many homes enjoy. The Railroad Trail serves as a greenway corridor throughout Alabama Hill, and connects it to the rest of the city. At any time of day it could be filled with joggers, dog walkers, or bikers enjoying the fresh air. Whatcom Falls is a 241 acre park that lies on the southern end of Alabama, and contains everything from running trails to swimming holes to a bike pump track. Also, the iconic Lake Whatcom is less than five minutes away where many residents go boating, paddling boarding, and swimming! Even in the middle of a suburb-like neighborhood, there are plenty of opportunities to get outside and experience the beauty of the northwest!
Alabama Hill is an excellent neighborhood for a wide variety of lifestyles. Whether it’s a family with young children or those just settling into retirement, Alabama Hill serves the needs of its inhabitants and then some. The typical school track goes Roosevelt Elementary to Kulshan Middle to Bellingham High, and the school bus service does an exceptional job of making sure every kid can have access to a ride to school.
With its quiet streets, beautiful views, and unique houses, Alabama Hill is a treasure worth considering. Don’t hesitate to contact a BNP agent with any questions, or if you want to get started on making Alabama Hill your home!
Houses for sale in the Alabama Hill neighborhood
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