Hoover is home to some of the Southeast’s most diverse housing options. From older historic homes along the tree-lined streets of Bluff Park atop Shades Mountain to stunning estate homes along the ridges and valleys of Oak Mountain in Greystone, an affordable option is available. Classic and new apartment dwellings are available in Hoover's main thoroughfares and planned communities and new resort-style communities continue to develop such as Ross Bridge and Blackridge. Numerous assisted living facilities and active senior communities exist and are being constructed for families in that stage of life.
Key Hoover Neighborhoods
Central Hoover is an area dotted with mid-century, traditional neighborhoods and multi-family dwellings. It is close to numerous parks (including Aldridge Gardens), the interstate system, international cuisine, and is within a 20-minute drive of most destinations in the core Metro Area.
Bluff Park is perched high atop Shades Mountain. The area is home to tree lined streets and traditional homes. Much residential and commercial redevelopment is occurring in this popular spot for young professionals. Known for its arts scene, the community is centrally located in the Metro Area and adjacent to Moss Rock Preserve.
West Hoover is home to many new and traditional planned communities, as well as exciting new commercial and recreational developments. Neighborhoods are close to I-459, the Hoover Met Complex, the Stadium Trace Entertainment District, the Cahaba River and more.
East Hoover and the Highway 280 Corridor are bustling. Excellent shopping and dining are abundant. Framed by Oak and Double Oak Mountains, the area offers beautiful views, and parks.