Why do new communities cram so much stuff into their neighborhoods? Does your dog really need an exclusive neighborhood doggie water park? Or how many times will you really hit the putting green that doubles as a volleyball court that doubles as a tot lot?
Here in Trussville Springs, we give you everything under the sun: like the air. And the trees. And the stars. And the birds. And the flowing Cahaba River. And the trail that runs beside it. Because that’s the stuff that’s real. And that’s all you need. There’s a 20 acre park. A spectacular pond with fountain. An outdoor amphitheater. Seriously.
We will also have a community pool. Because this is Alabama. And it’s hot here in the summer. And we plan to add some shops—but not for the credit card maxing excursions that the behemoth retail outlets offer. It’s for the stuff you need every day. Like bread. And milk. And ice cream. Because who doesn’t need ice cream?