Construction recently started on a new residential development for Avondale called Cottages on Fifth. The white-brick courtyard homes are located on 3711 through 3729 Fifth Avenue South.
- Tech features like 1GB fiber internet that connects up to 14 devices at a time.
- Energy-efficient windows and tankless water heaters.
- Aesthetic aspects like hardwood floors, gas lanterns and stainless steel appliances.
- The listing prices start at $399,000.
- The homes should be completed this fall.
The developer behind the project is Charlie Duggan, a real-estate investor who has been purchasing homes in the area for 20 years. He’s revamped 31 old homes and office buildings in South Avondale that were empty, abandoned or falling apart. His company, Avondale Turn LLC, continues to seek out community-building redevelopment projects in Birmingham, by renting and selling homes.
Each rental home from Duggan features hardwood floors and central HVAC. Typical features of the homes also include high-end finishes, fenced yards, decks and porches.
All About Avondale
Birmingham’s Avondale neighborhood continues to grow, adding a variety of businesses in the past year, including Hairfolk, a full-service salon on 3705 4th Ave South and Cookie Dough Magic, a raw-cookie dough shop on 41st Street that set to open this fall.
Sidekicks, a sneaker boutique, will also open up alongside Cookie Dough Magic. They’ll join restaurants like Fancy’s on Fifth, Melt, Hot Diggity Dogs, Avondale Common House, Taco Morro Loco and clubs like Saturn, 41st Street Pub, Parkside and more.
What do you think about these homes, Nowers? Would you buy one? Would you live in Avondale?