Greystone Legacy Homes for Sale

Greystone Legacy is located off Hwy 280 in Hoover. This upscale neighborhood features sidewalks and gated entrances with gate attendants at every entrance. The neighborhood winds through the Legacy Golf Course, which is a part of the Greystone Golf and Country Club.

Homes for Sale in Greystone Legacy Hoover

Neighborhood Market

In the past 6 months, 12 homes have sold in the Greystone Legacy neighborhood for an average of $579,812 with an average of 4,141 square feet of living space. The average days on the market is 121 though many of the homes sold in less than 50 days with a few outliers selling in much more. Homes in the neighborhood are mostly built between 2000 and 2008. Greystone Legacy homes have between 7 and 3 bedrooms and 7 and 2 bathrooms.

On The Market-508 Stewards Glen

This 4-side brick home is located on a quiet cul-de-sac in this private gated golf course community of Greystone Legacy. The 2-story foyer opens up to the great room that features sandstone fireplace and built-in shelves, and floor to ceiling windows that overlook the backyard. The large eat-in kitchen has a lot of cabinet and counter space, large island, gas stove, and double ovens. Formal dining room. Beautiful crown molding, hardwood floors, and 9-foot ceilings. Spacious master suite on the main. 3 bedrooms upstairs with two full baths. Finished basement with space for entertaining and a full bath. 2 car garage. Fenced in backyard with sprinkler and lighting systems.

Greystone Golf Course and Country Club

Founded in 1991, the Greystone Golf and Country Club winds its way through the Greystone Legacy neighborhood. It features two golf courses, a clubhouse with dining, fitness center, tennis courts, and two swimming pools. The Greystone Golf Course holds many golf tournaments in its history.

Hoover City Schools

Residents of Greystone Legacy are zoned for the Hoover City School System, one of the best school systems in the state of Alabama. These schools include Greystone Elementary School, Berry Middle School, and Spain Park High School.

Spain Park High School #12 in the state and has a graduation rate of 95% according to U.S. News. The school competes in Class 7A in the AHSAA with many sports for students to choose from including football, baseball, softball, basketball, track & field, lacrosse, swimming, soccer, and volleyball. The school also has academic programs including IB, AP, clubs, and academic teams.

Shopping and Entertainment?

Greystone Legacy is a 6-mile drive to The Summit which is known for some of the best shopping and dining in Birmingham. Restaurants include Village Tavern, Season 52, Urban Cookhouse, Macaroni Grill, Chuy's, and The Cheesecake Factory. Also located at the Summit Shopping Center is Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Apple, Saks Fifth Avenue, Lush, West Elm, Barnes and Noble, and a movie theater with 16 screens.

Closer to the Greystone Legacy there are also several grocery stores, WalMart, and Target, and other national stores along Hwy-280. There is also the Lee Branch AMC theater a quick drive down the road and many great restaurants in the area including The Melting Pot, The Fish Market Restaurant, Taziki’s, and more.

City of Hoover

A short 30-minute drive to the Riverchase Galleria and Patton Creek's shopping and dining where there is more shopping, restaurants, and an AMC theater with an IMAX screen. The City of Hoover is the sixth largest city in the state. 24/7 Wall St.'s top 30 places to live in the U.S. (2014).Neiche.com's"Best Town to Raise a Family in Alabama (2015). Safe Choice Security?New's #4 on the top 20 safest cities in Alabama (2016). 24/7 Wall St. 28th of America's 50 Best Cities to Live (2014). Youth1.com "The 15 best travel destination for youth sports (2017)."

 

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