Madison Real Estate
The median household income in Madison, Alabama is
The median household income for the surrounding county is $53,145
compared to the national median of $50,013.
The median age of people living in Madison is
A little more about Madison
Madison has been noted to be one of the fastest growing cities in the southeastern region of the United States. The city of Madison also boasts one of the lowest unemployment and below poverty rates in the state! This diverse community has an extremely low crime rate and a high quality of life! The modern day amenities and the abundance of neighborhood parks make this community one of the most sought after destinations in North Alabama. The property values continue to rise and it is obvious why. Come see for yourself!
Homes in Madison, AL
The city of Madison has many neighborhoods and subdivisions that can fit any budget or lifestyle. The strong schools makes Madison an obvious choice for families with children and this city continues to grow and attract more businesses, industry and residential amenities. Whether you are looking for a full brick, two story, traditional home with all of the modern amenities, or something more quaint, Madison city has what you desire. Also, there is a wide selection of upscale luxury home communities conveniently located near the main roadways for quick commute times to Cumming's Research Park and Redstone Arsenal.
Subdivisions and Neighborhoods in Madison, Alabama
Schools in Madison, Alabama
Madison Alabama Drive Times to....
Downtown Huntsville: 15-20 min
Zip Code Demographics for Madison Alabama
Parks in Madison, AL
Click here to view a list of the Greenways and trails in Madison, Alabama.
The average high temperature in July is 89.4
degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 30.7 degrees.
The average rainfall is approximately 57.51 inches
per year, with inches of snow per year.
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