Riverchase is a community in the city Hoover, which is a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama. This is a planned community that retains the beauty of natural wooded surroundings and thoughtfully planned amenities to fit contemporary lifestyles. This established community gets better with age. Riverchase is a community covering 3,000 acres with approximately 1,800 home sites designed to work with the natural environment for lush landscaping, solitude, and serenity. The Riverchase community is adjacent to the I-459/I-65 interchange and US HWY 31 and is in both Jefferson and Shelby counties.
The community’s centerpiece is the Riverchase Country Club, located at 2000 Club Road in Birmingham, Alabama. It’s been helping residents create traditions in the Riverchase community and Birmingham since 1976. The club offers golf, dining, social events, tennis, aquatics, and a fully equipped health and fitness center.
Students in the Riverchase community are served by Hoover City Schools. Students attend Riverchase Elementary School, Berry Middle School and Spain Park High School.
The Riverchase community believes in close-knit relationships with neighbors. It was with this thought in mind that the Riverchase Women’s Club was established. The Riverchase Women’s Club supports The Exceptional Foundation, Alzheimer’s of Central Alabama, Safe House, and The Amelia Center as its charities. The club reaches out into the community with loving hands that nuture and provide comfort to others. They are a valued part of Riverchase.
Riverchase residents can enjoy Wildflower Park, a 12-acre park with playgrounds, play fields, and a picnic area. Residents looking for more outdoor adventure can visit nearby Aldridge Gardens, a blend of natural and man-made beauty, and Moss Rock Reserve and Waterfalls.
Aldridge Gardens, a beautiful environment juxtaposing natural beauty and man-made art. Aldridge Gardens is a 30-acre woodland garden complete with a six-acre lake and walking trail. Aside from the gardens, visitors can also enjoy enviro-sculptures, outdoor exhibits, constantly-changing galleries, and permanent displays. Aldridge Gardens is a gorgeous venue for weddings and other events. They are located at 3530 Lorna Road Hoover, AL 35216.
Also nearby is the Moss Rock Preserve a beautiful 349-acre nature preserve of natural scenery in a major metropolitan area. The habitat is home to rare plants and rocks, including impressive rock formations and stunning waterfalls. The preserve contains twelve miles of hiking trails.
Riverchase residents also have access to the Hoover Community Center. The center features fitness centers, indoor pool, indoor track, arts and crafts room, and additional activities for residents of all ages.
When you live in the Riverchase community, you also have the benefit of being near the Riverchase Galleria Mall. The mall is located at 2000 Riverchase Galleria in Hoover, Alabama. This large, upscale mall features approximately 200 stores and services. The Wynfrey Hotel Birmingham is proud to be home to fine legendary dining in Shula’s Steak House, one of the top five steak houses in America. Shula’s is a unique combination of an elegant white tablecloth steak house within a virtual museum of Coach Don Shula and the 1972 Miami Dolphin’s historic season. Adjacent to the Riverchase Galleria is the Patton Creek Shopping Center a 600,000 square-foot open-air shopping center. Major tenants include Barnes & Noble, BuyBuy Baby, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and a Rave Motion Pictures theater. Local businesses located in the Patton Creek Shopping Center include Bama Fever/Tiger Pride, Baumhower’s Wings Sports Grille, Cajun Steamer and Edgar’s Bakery. Go ahead! Shop your heart out!
When you’re looking for the perfect place to call home, somewhere blessed with natural beauty and modern luxuries, and close enough to Birmingham – yet far enough away to feel privacy and serenity, the Riverchase community may be perfect for you.
Interested in buying or selling a Riverchase home? Give Lucas Burger a call at 205-230-3350.
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