Real Estate in Greensboro Alabama- The Life In Alabama Series Want to live in the same hometown as Forrest Gump? Well, you can. Greenbow, Alabama does not exist, but it has been said Greensboro and its downtown square were the inspiration for Greenbow
Greensboro is in an area known as the Black Belt, named for the color of the rich soil. It is an agricultural and rural area. And, it didn't need Forrest to make it historic, although he would be welcomed with a big glass of sweet tea. Greensboro has plenty of history and historic homes of its own.
Pictured Above: St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Greensboro, AL
Greensboro is part of Hale County, Alabama. 2,731 people call Greensboro home. Like many small towns in the Black Belt, homes in Greensboro, Alabama range in age from pre-Civil war antebellum mansions and in-town cottages to homes completed in the past year. At this publishing, residential homes in Greensboro, AL range in price from $85,000 to $435,000. Hunting properties are also available. There is one currently on the market for $279,000 that borders a creek and waterway. Historic homes in Greensboro and hunting clubs and hunting property in Hale County are specialized searches. So, please contact me if you are interested in those types of real estate properties in Greensboro.
Historic Homes in Greensboro Alabama Resources:
Pictured Above: Historic Main Street in Greensboro
Living in Greensboro Alabama
Here are helpful links to living here, once your purchase a home in Greensboro, Alabama, and during your home buying tour:
Greensboro Alabama Farmers Market- open air market, all products are homegrown, not bought for resale
Pie Lab- A friend posted on Facebook to me about this place. I wrote back that I plan my historic home showings around this place. At publication, I now have three showings in Greensboro over the next month with request for Pie Lab stops! Check them out and find out why.
Hale County Board of Education