Cloverdale: where location makes the Lifestyle
In this part of Old Cloverdale, you're in the center of the action. Directly outside your front door is the eclectic mix of life which makes this neighborhood a city landmark. Adjacent to 48 Midtown is Alabama's oldest independent movie theatre, the Capri, Sinclair's restaurant, Stonehenge art gallery, tex-mex inspired cuisine at El Rey, Seville Salon, independent coffee shop, Café Louisa, joined to Tomatino's Pizza, Cloverdale Playhouse, four locally-owned bars, and Montgomery's treasured Jubilee Seafood.
In the Old Cloverdale Historic District, a few minutes stroll in all directions will lead you to historic houses in the style of Greek Revival, Federalist, and Antebellum Italianate. You'll enjoy the large oak and magnolia trees, the smell of families grilling out, honeysuckle, jasmine, and tea olive; the sounds of children playing and the unique social festivities underway.
Nearby is the vibrancy of a small college, Huntingdon College, with a current enrollment of approx. 1,100 students. The campus, which moved to Montgomery in 1909, mixes beautiful historic structures with the new additions of sports fields that maintain a neighborhood feel.
At 48 Midtown, you're less than a few minutes drive to many popular destinations. You can get downtown without interstate congestion in just a couple turns. There is also I-85 access with minimal hassles. Regionally renowned attractions are in all directions, including the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Montgomery Musuem of Fine Arts, the Montgomery Ballet, the Montgomery Symphony, the Montgomery Biscuits Baseball Stadium, Riverwalk Ampitheatre, the state capitol, and numerous historic districts and landmarks.
A neighborhood stroll will lead you to Cloverdale Road's The A&P Lofts. Walk around and enjoy home goods boutiques, women's and men's clothing shops, and an intimate pub to sip a craft brew. The A&P boasts two popular restaurants, True which has a menu focused on seasonal, locally-sourced ingredients, and newly-opened Kudzu Noodle Bar, where East meets South.