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With such a wide variety of homes available in the area, it is no wonder that roughly 23,000 people are happy to call it home. While Anniston as a city has had its struggles, it is starting to come together under one vision in order to bring Anniston back to its former glory. Because of its location, there are a lot of outdoor adventures that its residents can participate in. When you live in Anniston, Alabama, you will be able to enjoy biking and hiking on Ladiga Trail, see flowers at Quintard and just sit in a park in order to soak up all of the sounds and views that the surrounding nature has to offer. If nature isn't really your thing, don't worry because there's a lot more to do in Anniston.


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Anniston, Alabama, is a city in the northeastern part of the state on the slope of Blue Mountain. This town is a picturesque city of Alabama and was nicknamed 'The Model City.' When you start looking at homes in the area, you will find that there are a lot of modest sized homes with a decent piece of land. You can find traditional ranch homes, Colonial homes, mid-century modern homes and cute little bungalows.
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