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The Sandusky neighborhood has homes from every era since the 1940s, but its style as a family neighborhood remains. Housing in the well maintained neighborhood is not limited to these houses since rental homes and apartments are available. Students have a choice of elementary, middle, and high schools in the neighborhood, and all of these schools are in walking distance.
The neighborhood is close to freeways, the Birmingham International Airport, and Amtrak. Its location is minutes away from downtown Birmingham.
Anglers may want to drown a worm and spend a few days fishing at Bayview Lake. The town of Bayview is built around the lake, and visitors to the area will find a pleasant place with campgrounds, parking for recreational vehicles, stables, and a marina.
The Lassiter Mountain Dragway is a 1/8-mile asphalt dragstrip built in 1958. In the mid-1960s, Richard Petty drove a Dodge Barracuda and was a frequent competitor. The track closed in 2006, then reopened in 2010 with a racing schedule and plans for expansion. Hikers consider Lassiter Mountain Raceway Park an outdoor adventure. There are no formal trails in the park, but visitors can explore on foot.
Known as “The Grove” to Judge William S. Mudd, the Arlington Antebellum Home and Garden is located in Birmingham. Mudd, one of the ten founding fathers of Birmingham, lived in the 1842, 8-room, 2-story white frame house. Situated on six acres, the Mudd home is an example of Greek revival architecture and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Family friendly Railroad Park occupies a 19-acre green space in downtown Birmingham. The city’s past and artistic future is reflected in the hand cast bricks and cobblestone from its days in the iron industry. Over 600 trees adorn “Birmingham’s Living Room” as a temporary escape from urban living.