Found just 4.7 miles north of Cullman County, the town of Vinemont is classified as an unincorporated populated place by the Geographic Names and Information System (GNIS). The neighborhood is traversed by Highway 31 with neighboring communities being South Vinemont (located .2 miles Southeast), Longview (1.3 miles Northwest) and West Point (1.7 miles Southwest).
In 2012, the median price of single family homes and condominiums in Vinemont was $104,488. The most common industries in the area are construction and machinery, and most residents here are in metal and plastic works.
Terri Pines Country Club.Accessible from Birmingham and Huntsville in less than an hour via car, this private golf and country club spans over 6,500 yards and calls itself one of Cullman County’s “best kept secrets.” Located on one of the highest peaks of Cullman County, withgroves of beautiful pine trees everywhere, the golf course offers a challenging experience for even the most seasoned golfer due to the area’s varying elevations. Aside from golfing, you can also head here for sumptuous culinary delights or for a refreshing dip in the swimming pool where you can enjoy a memorable day spent with friends and family.
Healthcare & Schools
There are four public elementary/middle schools and onehigh school in Vinemont, all of which are managed by the Cullman County Schools district, serving more than 1800 students. The public schools here make use of red and white as theirschool colors with the baldeagle as their school mascot. There is one private high school in the area called Vinemont Christian Academy, which has an enrollment of less than a hundred students. The nearest institutions for higher education are George C. Wallace State Community College (15 miles away), John C. Calhoun State Community College (28 miles away) and the University of Alabama located in Huntsville (36 miles away). The nearest hospitals from Vinemont are 6 miles away, located in Cullman cityproper.
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