Gurley Real Estate
The median household income in Gurley, Alabama is
The median household income for the surrounding county is $58,203
compared to the national median of $53,482.
The median age of people living in Gurley is
Country Living over the mountain East of Huntsville Proper
Straddling Hwy 72 from Chapman Mountain east to Keel Mountain, the community of Gurley offers a sense of tranquility and escape with an easy commute to town. Proximity to Hwy 72 and I-565 makes this a popular area for folks who want to feel like they are living out in the country.
Homes for sale in Gurley, AL
Keel Mountain properties offer an opportunity for true "Mountain Living". Small farms, rolling hills and quaint country homes dot the landscape. On the western edge of Gurley, the lovely planned community of McMullen Cove is surrounded by protective land and runs along the Flint River. This tremendously popular gated neighborhood is quickly becoming the "jewel" of the area.
Neighborhoods and Subdivision in Gurley Alabama
Schools in Gurley Alabama
Gurley Alabama Drive Times To...
Downtown Huntsville: 15 min
Zip Code Demographics for Gurley Alabama
The average high temperature in July is 89.2 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 28.3 degrees. The average rainfall is approximately 55.2 inches per year, with 1.3 inches of snow per year. No weather information available.
Gurley real estate offices
Averbuch Realty-Hampton Cove
Powell Realty Company
Rocket City Property Managemnt
Amanda Howard Real Estate
Valley Realty, Inc.
BHHS Rise Real Estate
ERA Ben Porter- Main
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