Located northeast of Birmingham on the Coosa River, Gadsden forms part of a triangle with Georgia and Rome as the largest cities in this area. Gadsden is guided by the motto, “City of Champions” and sometime in the 19th century the city was the second most important commerce and industry center in Alabama. A vast majority of the population of Gadsden are drawn to the city by its wealth of recreation facilities. Noccalula Falls Park and James D. Martin Wildlife Park have ample amount of indoor and outdoor recreational facilities that are suitable for all ages. Gadsden also has preserved areas where you can visit for a spectacular view of rare species of plants and animals. Gadsden Museum of Art organizes exhibitions that cut across historical and contemporary arts. Artists and enthusiasts in search of motivation can also visit Mary G Hardin Center for Cultural Arts. Visitors of Gadsden are quickly charmed by the culinary expertise of the restaurants in this area. You will find those offering classical American cuisines while there are those offering intercontinental dishes. Notable options are Tre Ragazzi`s Italian Café Downtown Gadsden and Kati Thai Cuisine. If you are planning a move to Gadsden, consider buying one of the modular homes in this area, especially if you are on a limited budget. There is a kind of aesthetics modular homes give to an area which traditional homes cannot offer. With as low as $29,989, up to $129,364, you can own a modular home from Clayton Homes. The building process of modular homes is fast meaning you can set up your home within a short period of time. You will also save more by investing in modular homes giving you a chance to increase your life`s comfort with the addition of luxury facilities and high-end appliances to your home. NewHomeSource will be delighted to assist you to find the best manufactured home for your family.