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The Germania Park community seems to possess contradictory features. On one side of this neighborhood, open fields flanked by towering trees, hilltop churches and curvaceous lawns project energetic green. On the other side, rural plains display small, well-established houses. With many dwellings secluded behind dog fencing and ancient trees, the vicinity appears isolated. The outer shell of Germania Park fools most visitors, but residents know this community is active, entertaining and urban-paced.
Properties within Germania Park are generally retro, cottage-style, but the community is large, sprawling and eclectic. Small wood and brick dwellings have shutters, covered front porches, and trees skirting the lot. Occasionally, this commune will take a twist and add a two-story, almost historic manor.
Just north of the region, resident’s have such entertainment venues as the Alabama State Fairgrounds. Known for sports games and entertainment events, the fairgrounds is home to a diverse range of functions. NASCAR, High School Football, music concerts, flea markets and exhibition space serve the recreational and diversion needs of Germania Park residents.
The Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens has survived since the mid-1800s. Judge William Mudd, a founder of Birmingham, makes this Greek Revival Manor noteworthy. Known for weddings and civic events, this site is an historical landmark.
At the intersections of Bessemer and Aaron Aronov Drive, Germania Park shoppers take advantage of Bellview Plaza West and Weibel Square Shopping Center. Bingo players frequent Fairfield Bingo.
Public schools for the Germania Park neighborhood are N H Price Elementary, Arrington Middle and West End High School. Miles College is also nearby.