Platted in the 1850s, the TEXAS HILLS community is a small inner-city neighborhood on Mobile’s south side, perfectly located a stone’s throw from the historic homes of Oakleigh and walking distance from the Down-The-Bay area. Named, seemingly, for the lone star state and the street’s hilly terrain, Texas Hills has an abundance of historic shotgun structures dating back to the mid-nineteenth century and a smattering of neighborhood grocery stores, which were run by the Maisels and the Taylors. Once a bustling, diverse neighborhood with working-class families who made their living at the Brookley Air Force Base, City of Mobile and the Alabama State Docks.

Only a few streets made up the neighborhood, Fry, Elmira and, of course, Texas. Texas Hills is a haven of opportunities, offering the historic beauty of Magnolia Cemetery to the honeysuckle that grows wildly in Crawford Park.




WHISTLER was an unincorporated community in Mobile County, until the 1950s when it was annexed into neighboring Prich...



TRINITY GARDENS is a unique neighborhood, anchored on the north and east by the City of Prichard; to the north and we...

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OAKDALE, settled on the site of the former dairy and farmland in the late 19th and early 20th century, was a working ...