Decatur AL Homes for Sale

Real Estate in Zip Codes 35601 and 35603Decatur AL Homes for Sale

Decatur is located in Morgan County. It is the largest city in Morgan County and is known as River City. Decatur is located along the Tenessee River and at the foothills of the Appalachian mountains. Decatur is close to Huntsville and central to Nashville, Memphis, and Atlanta. Residents in Decatur can have a short commute to these larger cities for work or enjoyment. With Decatur being one of the largest cities in the state, it has had incredible development in the last few years. It is known for its history and incredible amenities, culinary scene, and outdoor activities.

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Updated Real Estate for Sale in Decatur

Decatur Real Estate for Sale July 19, 2024
172
Listed
96
Avg. DOM
$163.36
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$299,950
Med. List Price
172 Properties
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Things To Do In Decatur

There are many things to do in Decatur. The Princess Theater Center for Performing Arts is a popular place for those who enjoy live entertainment. There are concerts and performances as well as films and plays that you can enjoy. If you love the locomotive industry then a resident favorite is the Decatur Historic Depot & Railroad Museum. This museum was built in 1905 by the Southern Railway. It was originally a passenger depot and now showcases fully restored model trains. If you love animals and want a fun place to take your kiddos then you certainly want to visit Point Mallard Park, This park is open all year and brings you so much joy as you explore nature.

Decatur Schools

If you live in Decatur with school-age children, they will attend school in the Decatur City Schools District. This district is ranked highly for its academic achievement. If you are interested in having your children attend a private or charter school, there are also wonderful options available in the Decatur area.

Decatur Real Estate

Decatur offers homebuyers a wide variety of available properties. There are single-family homes, multi-family homes, condominiums, land, and commercial property. The majority of properties are single-family homes. Real estate in Decatur is moderately priced and more affordable than some of the other areas nearby and in Huntsville.

Best Things About Decatur Alabama

Decatur, Alabama is a blend of hospitality, historical importance, and modern conveniences that make it a standout destination for both visitors and residents. Here are some of our favorites!Best Things About Decatur Alabama

  • Historic Landmarks; Decatur boasts a history dating back to the 1800s with many significant historical sites and districts. The Old State Bank, a structure in the city provides a glimpse into the areas past and is a unique feature of this town.
  • Wheeler Wildlife Refuge; A paradise for nature lovers and bird watchers this expansive refuge spans 35,000 acres. It offers habitats for wildlife and migratory birds. The Visitor Center features exhibits and prime viewing spots.
  • Cultural Celebrations; Throughout the year Decatur hosts events and food festivals like the Alabama Jubilee Hot Air Balloon Classic and Riverfest. These festivities showcase the regions music scene and culinary traditions.
  • Cook’s Natural Science Museum; A captivating blend of education and entertainment awaits at this museum where visitors can explore an array of natural science specimens ranging from minerals and fossils to insects and marine creatures.
  • Point Mallard Park; Perfect for families seeking fun filled activities this park offers a host of options for all ages.
  • The Aquadome Pool - this aquatic center includes a wave pool, water slides and a sized pool, along with golf courses, an ice skating rink and campgrounds.
  • At the Carnegie Visual Arts Center you can explore art from regional and national artists through rotating exhibits, workshops and educational programs.
  • Step back in time by visiting the Decatur Downtown Historic District with its preserved buildings, charming shops and local eateries. It's a place to stroll around and immerse yourself in the citys culture and history.
  • Decatur is famous for its Southern cuisine offering dishes well as modern twists on Southern favorites. Don't miss out on trying specialties like barbecue, catfish or sweet treats such as pecan pie. our favorites include Minnie Lee's Soul Food Diner, Southern Style BBQ and Simp McGhee's.
  • Enjoy activities along the Tennessee River with opportunities, for fishing, boating and water sports. Parks and recreational areas provide hiking trails, picnic spots and breathtaking views.

Experience the community spirit of Decatur through its welcoming residents and numerous community events held throughout the year that promote a sense of belonging and civic pride. Decatur combines beauty, rich history and modern conveniences catering to a range of interests and making it a lively town worth discovering.

What Locals Say About The Area

“Best place to raise a young family or start your career. Similar in nature to Decatur, GA's relationship to ATL. Decatur has all of the desirable amenities, shopping, and dining with a slower pace of life and a safer community compared to the big city Huntsville next door. Little to no crime in Decatur. Any amenities that Decatur does not have, you can find in Huntsville which is only a 20-minute drive away. It's the perfect relationship! Accessibility to nature and the outdoors is amazing-I can leave my office and be on my boat within 10 minutes. Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge encompasses the Southern edge of the city and has many well-kept trails and great access to watch wildlife. Lots of free community events for kids and young professionals. AMAZING historic downtown area that is growing rapidly! We love living in Decatur and all of the new friends that we've met who aren't even natives of the city. A good mix of born-and-raised and newcomers. Decatur is very welcoming!”-Niche

In Conclusion

Whether you’re a Decatur resident, considering a move to the area, or wondering if you should include Huntsville in your list of potential hometowns, we are here to help!

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