The Hollywood neighborhood was annexed into Homewood in 1929. The Hollywood Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. When you drive around the area, it's not hard to spot Historic markers on many of the houses. And recently, there has been a lot of work happening in the current homes in this coveted neighborhood. There is a variety of architectural styles in the area
The Hollywood area benefits from being a historic area by still retaining the less car-centric area. Most of the streets feature sidewalks and low traffic. Cyclists are common around the area. This foot traffic and cyclists have paved the way for the city to construct a pedestrian bridge over 280 on Hollywood Blvd. connecting Homewood to Mountain Brook’s English Village. Making it easier for runners, cyclists, and walkers to move on this popular path.
Looking for a sanctuary to call home? This 4BR, 3BA jewel is nestled on a private, corner lot in the highly sought-after neighborhood of Hollywood. The entertainment-worthy, flat backyard is equipped with an invisible fence. Inside GLORIOUS floor to ceiling Thermopane windows illuminates the two-story vaulted living RM featuring a floor to ceiling river rock hearth. Off the living RM French doors open onto the patio. Soak in picturesque mornings and peaceful evenings from inside your home or out. Hrdwd flows through the open-concept-living-area. The sunny, remodeled kit. (2007) is fully equipped with granite counters, stainless appliances, elegant cabinetry, and an inviting oversized island. On the main is 3 BRs, including the main level ensuite. Upstairs, an expansive, private master retreat and full BA ensuite. The renovated, insulated, daylight basement (2017) is a fun space for all. Wired and ready for a whole house generator. Energy efficient! Walk to Brookwood Mall, 4 miles to downtown.