For the energy and atmosphere of the big city without losing the charm and economy of a smaller town, look no further than Birmingham. The city has experienced a renaissance in recent years and earned accolades along the way for its culture, natural beauty and low cost of living. Whether you’re looking for a historic Highland Park home or a house with a yard in kid-friendly Crestwood, the perfect place is out there in Birmingham if you take the time to find it.

For the energy and atmosphere of the big city without losing the charm and economy of a smaller town, look no further than Birmingham. The city has experienced a renaissance in recent years and earned accolades along the way for its culture, natural beauty and low cost of living.

Whether you’re looking for a historic Highland Park home or a house with a yard in kid-friendly Crestwood, the perfect place is out there in Birmingham if you take the time to find it.

Lovers of the outdoors are never far from somewhere to run, hike, play or picnic. Just a few minutes’ drive from downtown is Ruffner Mountain Nature Preserve, more than 1,000 acres that, if you’re up for a hike, boasts one of the best views around.

In the city center, Railroad Park has helped spur the growth of the Parkside district, where crowds of baseball fans flock to Regions Field to cheer on the Birmingham Barons each spring.

The city has garnered national attention for its rich culture: the historic Alabama Theatre, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, restaurants run by award-winning chefs, a handful of craft breweries and a thriving music scene.

Vestiges of the formerly dominant iron, steel and railroad industries still remain, from the Vulcan statue that looks over the city from atop Red Mountain to Sloss Furnace, a former blast furnace that is now a National Historic Landmark and event venue.

And you get all of that in a city that’s consistently ranked one of the most affordable in the nation.

That momentum has shown no signs of slowing. City officials, neighborhood residents and business leaders are working together to build infrastructure and foster a sense of community.

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