Midtown Montgomery’s Zephyr Hills is a superb prospect for those who want affordable housing near a neighborhood elementary school.
The development of three and four bedroom homes sits on the south side of Harrison Road next to Interstate 85, and near Flowers Elementary School.
Several entry streets from Harrison Road wind through the neighborhood that has an abundance of mature trees. Homes, built in the 1960s and 1970s, sit on lots big enough to accommodate a swimming pool or garden.
A park is located across Harrison Road from Zephyr Hills and joins the elementary school in creating a family-friendly atmosphere. Many homeowners have built additions or added sunrooms to houses.
“Zephyr Hills is close to the interstate, churches, restaurants, and shopping,” Realtor Dana Sikes said. “It’s a well-established, family-oriented neighborhood.”
The construction of the Walmart shopping center complex along Ann Street has brought retail options even closer to a Zephyr Hills address. Downtown job centers are a convenient trip down the interstate or nearby Atlanta Highway.
One Zephyr Hills home offers four bedrooms and two bathrooms within 1,396 square feet of living space. The home was built in 1972, and is for sale for $89,000.
“It is renovated with new paint, carpet, and granite countertops,” Sikes said. “The living area is open to the large kitchen with an eat-in…
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