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Pike Road

Why you'd want to live in Pike Road

Pike Road has only existed as a municipality since 1997, the Pike Road community has flourished for more than 175 years. Beginning with the arrival of the Meriwether, Mathews and Marks families around 1815, people began settling and farming the area in the mid-nineteenth century. As more families moved in, more services were needed, and by the early twentieth century, a booming small town had grown up at the intersection of Pike Road and Meriwether Road. (Pike Road, of course, was so-called because one had to pay a toll, or pike, to travel on it.) The crossroads community was referred to as the Pike Road community because of its location on the heavily traveled highway. The main intersection was home to several businesses, including cotton gins, a hardware store, livestock auction, post office, general store and doctors’ offices. Two of the buildings which once housed these early enterprises still stand near the original town center and across Pike Road from the first town hall. The twentieth century brought continued population growth to Pike Road. While children’s education had been handled by individual families up to this point, the need for a consolidated public school was imminent. Within a few years, the people of the community had raised the money and procured the land for the schoolhouse, and the Pike Road Consolidated School opened in 1918. The school became a center for community activities and remained so until its close in 1970. The close of the Pike Road School was just one of many changes that took place in the Pike Road area in the 1970s. With the growth of the City of Montgomery came new challenges for the quiet farming community. Residents realized that without local control over zoning regulations, their pristine surroundings and way of life might be lost forever if the area were annexed.

Pike Road Alabama Montgomery county

Pike Road Market Report

$359,254

AVERAGE PRICE OF 286 HOMES

$2,259,784

AVERAGE PRICE OF 10 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$339,719

AVERAGE PRICE OF 72 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$334,823

AVERAGE PRICE OF 110 HOMES WITH A POOL

Average Home

Average Price $359,254
Avg Bedrooms 3 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.3 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom n/a
2 bedrooms $326,687
3 bedrooms $311,223
4 bedrooms $353,915
5 bedrooms $455,832
Pike Road Home Price Trends
  8/2017 7/2017 6/2017 5/2017 4/2017
Total Listings 284 265 256 257 256
Average Price $365,896 $373,132 $381,633 $375,634 $372,583
Avg Price Change -1.98% -2.28% +1.60% +0.82% -0.25%
Median Price $283,169 $291,023 $297,206 $286,845 $280,640
Med Price Change -2.77% -2.12% +3.61% +2.21% -1.19%
Avg Bedrooms 3 beds 3 beds 3 beds 3 beds 3 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.26 baths 3.28 baths 3.34 baths 3.26 baths 3.3 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Market
Jefferson Davis High School 25 $214,464 n/a
Park Crossing High School 228 $324,954 n/a
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Market
All Homes 286 $359,254 n/a
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 10 $2,259,784 n/a
Newly Built Homes 72 $339,719 n/a
Homes with a Pool 110 $334,823 n/a

School Data

Highly Rated Pike Road Schools

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BLOUNT ELEMENTARY
Elementary School
Public