Indian Creek Cove Subdivision, Huntsville Alabama, 35806

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Indian Creek Cove Subdivision, Huntsville Alabama, 35806

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Indian Creek Cove Subdivision, Huntsville Alabama, 35806





Indian Creek Cove is in the Monrovia and Sparkman school district off of Douglas & Indian Creek Roads.  Located just a few minutes north of The very popular Village of Providence, Indian Creek Cove is close to University Hwy shopping and areas of employment as well as Cummings Research Park and the Redstone Arsenal.  Just to the east of Indian Creek Cove is Jordan Lane (Hwy 53) for quick access to University and Research Park Blvd. a direct route to I-565 and the Redstone Arsenal.  Close to most everything and yet has that out in the country feel as you can see by the cotton field just across Douglas Road and Indian Creek Cove Subdivision.

   Indian Creek Cove Subdivision, Huntsville Alabama, 35806Indian Creek Cove Subdivision, Huntsville Alabama, 35806

There are currently 5 homes for sale in Indian Creek Cove Subdivision priced from $184,900 to $297,000 offering 4 and 5 bedrooms/3 and 4 bathrooms and 2,275 to 3,039 square feet of living space.  Two homes have sold in the last 2 months withing 2.8% of list price.

Cotton Field across from Indian Creek Cove

Nick T Pappas

If you need a knowledgeable real estate professional in Madison Alabama or Huntsville Alabama area, why don't you let me Google that for you! I also know outstanding agents in all states and Canada should you need help relocating to a new area.

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Rainmaker
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Kwee Huset
Venice Florida Homes For Sale
Kwee Huset Realty

Nick, Nice huge homes in Indian Creek Cove. Congratulations on being an Activerain member spotlight today.

October 13, 2011 04:13 PM
Rainmaker
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Nick T Pappas
Madison & Huntsville Alabama Real Estate Resource
Assoc. Broker/Broker ABR, SFR, e-Pro, @Homes Realty Group, Huntsville AL

Jeff-Dothan is just a bit south of me, but it's still Alabama.

Rene-thanks, I had never seen a cotton field before I moved to this area.

Chris-It's a great little neighborhood.

Debbie-thanks and I hope all is well with you.

Ellen-this area used to have a large Native American population.  I did a few blog posts about the Trail Of Tears that might interest you and others.

George-thanks and they really are good values.

Jackie-that's the great thing about the Northern Alabama real estate market...your dollar buys more home.

Kwee-I didn't know I was in the "spotlight" until you mentioned it...thanks.

October 13, 2011 04:55 PM
Rainmaker
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Dawn A Fabiszak
The Dawn of a New Real Estate Experience!
Keller Williams Real Estate ( Denver metro area, Colorado

Hey Nick...looks like a nice area.  Congrats on being on the members spotlight!   you da man!

October 13, 2011 08:47 PM
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Toni Weidman
23 Years Selling Homes in New Port Richey, FL
Re/Max Sunset Realty

Indian Creek Cove Subdivision in Huntsville, AL looks like a really great place to live, Nick. Good square feet in the homes too.

October 14, 2011 08:40 AM
Rainmaker
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Ellen Caruso
Daniel Gale Sotheby's International Realty

Nick, I went back to refresh my mind, and I do recall you with the motorcycle, as well as your story. I once read a book 1000 White Women....I think that was the name, anyhow it was about an Indian preserve and how the government gave them American women in attempts to assimilate them to our culture. It was fascinating to see how the Indian men and the American women had to compromise.

October 14, 2011 11:59 AM
Rainmaker
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