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Comfortable colors of red and gray brick add warmth to The Reserve. This community has a elite spirit of organized landscapes and upper middle-class dwellings. Tall, stately columns add power and grace to the environment. Small front porches are hospitable and sturdily railed. Sidewalks meander around a northern square of Nature’s Way SW. On the western side, the resident encounters a residential traffic sphere, also known as Lightning Bug Circle. Litespeed Lane SW helps with exiting this subdivision by bringing the traveler back full-circle to Natures Way SW. Inside this relaxed and tidy community are medium-sized home lots and streets ending in cul-de-sacs.
Homeowners in The Reserve maintain brick homes with many arched windows, multiple bedrooms and bathrooms, and multi-car garages. Contemporary in style, many of these homes have lower-level master bedrooms.
Lady Ann Lake, adjacent to the east side of this locale, was once a public fishing area. Currently, a southwestern fingertip of Lady Ann Lake serves the residents of The Reserve community. A pool, tennis courts, clubhouse and private fishing areas are appealing attractions for local inhabitants. Greenways around this picturesque lake attract many dedicated walkers.
Attractions and places of cultural interest in this district include the Huntsville International Airport, the Redstone Army Arsenal and Field, and Madison Children’s Theatre and School of Cultural and Performing Arts. Teenagers are especially thrilled and exhilarated upon their arrival at nearby Insanity Skate Park. This skateboarding facility holds annual competitions and jams.
Located within the 35824 zip code, travelers find Interstate 565 convenient. Air trekkers find business travel expedited with local airports well-situated around The Reserve community.