Montgomery, AL Has a Rich Culture - Stone Martin Home Builders

Montgomery Residents Love the City’s Rich Culture

 In Alabama, New Homes

Montgomery is the capital of the state of Alabama and is located in the southern portion of the state. The major metropolitan area was named after Richard Montgomery, who fought in the Revolutionary War. Montgomery is the second largest city in Alabama with a population of around 205,ooo residents. It is home to multiple corporations and government agencies such as the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing plant and the Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base. People all over come to Montgomery to learn about its historic influence. In addition, visitors enjoy seeing different performing arts showcased in the entertainment district.

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Ryan Ridge is a quiet and beautiful subdivision located off HWY 85 and Chantilly Parkway. The neighborhood is clean, well maintained and has sidewalk access for jogging or dog walking. They recently expanded and has a new section that is completely undeveloped. New lots have only just begun to pre-sale. Stone Martin Home Builders offer six different floor-plan options available for single families. If you’re interested in building a home in Ryan Ridges please contract an P.R Hall at Aronov or visit the Stone Martin model home.


The Montgomery School District has 32 elementary schools, ten middle schools and five high schools. In the state of Alabama, Montgomery is the only district to offer International Baccalaureate programs. The county also has 28 different private school options. There are several secondary schools such as Alabama State University, Auburn University Montgomery, Troy University and Faulkner University. Due to the military influence from the Maxwell-Gunter Air Force Base, there are several air force centered universities and branches that focus on aviation and command.


Montgomery has a long and deep historic culture that dates back to when Native Americans inhabited the land. The city has multiple art galleries, museums and historic sites which showcases how Montgomery has participated in different moments of history. Other activities residents take part in are enjoying a nice lunch on the scenic lunch cruise, visiting the planetarium or attending the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.

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