From the Leeds, Alabama website
"The City of Leeds was incorporated in 1887 as the primary population center of an area known as the Cahaba Valley, a region of fertile bottomland nourished by the Cahaba and Little Cahaba rivers. At first, the War of 1812 and its politics brought families to the Cahaba Trail at Leeds. By 1820, the Cahaba Trail became a road and a major stagecoach route through three counties.
The discovery of rich and valuable natural resources accelerated the region’s growth in the mid- to late-1800s. The discoveries of ore and minerals and the arrival of the railroads brought the Industrial Revolution to Leeds’ doorstep. In fact, as a newly incorporated city, Leeds was named for the noted industrial city of England where a bricklayer invented the Portland cement process.The mineral findings brought Leeds Standard Portland Cement Company as well as population growth to Leeds. Known today as Lehigh, this company has continuously operated since 1906."
Nice brick home located conveniently off Cahaba Valley Rd. Located on a circle street with very little traffic and plenty of privacy. Five bedrooms and 3 baths with thr...
Listing courtesy of RE/MAX Southern Homes.
This home has been freshly painted on the outside and the curb appeal is wonderful. The large fenced back yard is perfect for your fur babies. The large deck is situate...
Listing courtesy of Embridge Realty, LLC.