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Harbrooke Downs
Units 18C & 6C
Phone: 205-792-8131
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Condo Amenities

    Unit 18C & 6C Amenities

    Just one mile from Bryant Denny Stadium, this condominium offers a convenient location near the heart of the University of Alabama campus. Located at the intersection of 10th Avenue and Hargrove Road the stadium is a straight shot and quick drive or 15 minute walk.

    Harbrooke Downs Condominiums has many amenities and is within close proximity to many exciting attractions including shopping, dining, and many other exciting attractions.

    Condo specific items are listed directly below:
  • 3 TVs
  • One VCR / One DVD Player
  • Cable TV
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Cooking Utensils/Dishware
  • Dishwasher
  • Linens Provided
  • Swimming Pool & Tennis Courts
  • Free High Speed Internet - WIFI
  • Unit 18c:
    • Queen Bed in Master & Second Bedroom
    • Full Size Sleeper Sofa (Condo Sleeps 4-6)
  • Unit 6c:
    • Queen Bed in Master & Twin-Over-Full Bunk Bed in the Study
    • Full Size Sleeper Sofa (Condo Sleeps 4-6)

    Area Attractions

  • Alabama Adventure (Visionland Theme Park)
    5051 Prince St
    Bessemer, AL 35022
    Local: (205) 481-4750
    Alabama's only theme park. From Tuscaloosa take I-20/59 North to exit 108 and follow the signs. Hours: Park opens at 9:30 and closes at varying hours during the season. Open Daily- May 31-Aug. 17 Open weekends- Aug 18-Nov 2. Park includes Magic Adventure Theme Park and Splash Beach Water Park. Admission charged.
  • Alabama Museum of Natural History
    6th Ave. Smith Hall UA Campus
    Local: (205) 348-7550
    Hours: 10:00 am - 4:30 pm Tuesday-Saturday. Admission charged.
    Experience the natural diversity of Alabama, view collections of geology, mineralogy, history, and paleontology. See the Hodges meteorite, the only meteorite known to have struck a human being. After- hour rentals, special programs and tours are available.
  • Bama Belle Riverboat
    #1 Greensboro Ave.
    Tuscaloosa, Al. 35401
    Local: (205) 339-1108
    Located in the Black Warrior River Walk Park. The Bama Belle is a modern day replica of the grand paddlewheel riverboats which graced the Black Warrior in the 1900's. Today, you can experience the same magical, romantic, nostalgic celebration of the American spirit on the Bama Belle. The Bama Belle provides an exquisite setting for sightseeing & dinner cruises. Charters for private parties, business meetings or holiday celebrations are also available. Capacity- 200 passengers.
  • Bama Mini Golf
    7825 Hwy. 69 S.
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
    Local: (205) 391-6912
  • Bama Theatre
    600 Greensboro Ave
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
    Local: (205) 758-5195
    Toll Free: 800-239-1611 ARTS HOTLINE
    The oldest operating theatre in Tuscaloosa. In 1938, the Bama Theatre served as the community's grand movie house, as well as the only air-conditioned building at that time. The Theatre was one of the last movie palaces built in the South. The building was odd but an interesting mixture of Art Deco style, popular during the period and the lavish so-call "atmospheric" style of theatre architecture popular in the 1920's. The interior is decorated in the Moorish style of Renaissance Spain. The house of the theatre is actually a reproduction of the courtyard of the Davanzati Palace of Florence, Italy. The entire orchestra and balcony sections are decorated as a Spanish courtyard, complete with balconies and ironwork. Twinkling stars and clouds on the night sky ceiling complete the open-air feel of the performance hall.
  • Children's Hands-On Museum
    2213 University Blvd
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
    Local: (205) 349-4235
    The Children’s Hands-On Museum is a dynamic learning experience that stimulates curiosity, creativity, and shared discovery in all ages.
  • Denny Chimes
    University Blvd. On the UA Quad.
    Local: (205) 348-6010
    Named after former University President George Denny, the tower was constructed in 1929, and then restored in 1986. This landmark is home to the "Football Walk of Fame", with hand and footprints of legendary Alabama players.
  • Historic Tuscaloosa Tour
    1305 Greensboro Ave
    Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401
    Local: (205) 758-2238
    The Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the area's heritage, hopes you will find this site both useful and entertaining. It is designed to serve as a guide for visitors to Tuscaloosa County, as an introduction to discovering the county's history, and as an educational tool and resource center. We invite you to learn more about our colorful past and discover what makes Tuscaloosa County a special place.
    The Society operates and maintains four historical landmarks: The Old Tavern, the Battle-Friedman House, the McGuire-Strickland House and the Murphy African-American Museum. The TCPS Research Library, which features collections focusing on local history and local architecture, is housed in the The Old Tavern. Use of the library is free, but appointments are required. Donations are accepted. Call 205-758-2238 for more information.
    • Battle-Friedman House & Gardens
      1010 Greensboro Ave.
      Local: (205) 758-6138
      Hours: Open Tues. - Sat., 10-4 Sun., 1-4 Admission charged. The elaborate architectural details and historic furnishings offer a glimpse back to early 1800's. Alfred Battle built the home in 1835. With a servants house, carriage house and grounds, it once occupied the entire block of what was then Tuscaloosa's main residential street. The two-story house was built with brick walls 18 inch thick. The house is now maintained by the Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society as a social and cultural center.
    • Gorgas House
      Capstone Drive UA Campus
      Local: (205) 348-5906
      Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10-4. Built in 1829, the Gorgas House is the oldest building on the University of Alabama campus. Family heirlooms are on display.
    • Jemison Van de Graaff Mansion
      1305 Greensboro Ave
      Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401
      Local: (205) 391-9200
      Fax: 391-2125
      Toll Free: 800-538-8696
      The 1862 antebellum mansion is one of the finest remaining examples of Italianate architecture in the South. Home of the Tuscaloosa Visitor Center.
  • Kentuck Art Center & Museum
    503 Main Avenue
    Northport, AL 35476
    Local: (205) 759-1257
    Nestled around a landscaped courtyard, you'll find the Kentuck Museum of Art, the Gallery at Kentuck and the acclaimed Kentuck Studio Artists. Sometimes eclectic, occasionally experimental, the Gallery at Kentuck showcases the work of up-and-comers, while the Kentuck Museum of Art exhibits bimonthly exhibits of nationally known and established artists.
  • Lake Lurleen State Park
    13226 Lake Lurleen Rd.
    Coker, AL 35452
    Local: (205) 339-1558
    Fax: (205) 339-8885
    Lake Lurleen State Park is located 9 miles Northwest of the cities of Tuscaloosa and Northport, Alabama and is 14 miles from the campus of the University of Alabama, Home of the “Crimson Tide”.
    The 1,625-acre park is a scenic lakeside retreat set on the banks of a 250-acre lake. The park facilities include a modern campground, activity building, picnic area, play area, pavilions, beach with bathhouse, fishing piers, boat rentals and boat-launch areas.
  • Mercedes-Benz Visitor Center and Factory Tour
    1 Mercedes Drive
    Local: 507-2253 or 507-2252
    Toll Free: 888-2-TOUR-MB
    Open Mon.-Fri. 9-5, plus first Sat. each month 10-3. Museum admission free. Fee for plant tour. The only Mercedes-Benz outside of Germany. Several vintage Mercedes vehicles on display. Reservations recommended for plant tours. Visit the gift shop.
  • Moundville Archaeological Park
    1 Mound Parkway Moundville
    Local: (205) 758-2861
    Located 12 miles south of Tuscaloosa, preserves 325 acres on the Black Warrior River of what was once America's largest city north of Mexico. During the Mississippian Period (AD 1000-1500), Southeastern Indians constructed large earthworks topped by temples, council houses, and homes of the nobility. Twenty-eight of these flat-topped pyramids, the tallest 60 feet high, survive at Moundville as remnants of a ceremonial and economic center whose trade routes extended across eastern North America. The museum contains artifacts unearthed at the site during archaeological excavations. Exhibits interpret the life ways of the natives who lived here during prehistoric times. The gift shop offers an excellent selection of books and Indian Crafts. Admission Charged.
  • Paul W. Bryant Museum
    300 Paul Bryant Drive. next to the Four Points Sheraton Hotel & Bryant Conference Center
    Local: (205) 348-4668
    Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10-4 Sun. 2-5 Admission: Adults $2, Students $1, 12 and under free. The 16,000 square foot facility showcases the pride, excitement and dedication of Coach Paul Bryant's distinguished career and the history of football at the University of Alabama. It includes the Hall of Honor and five videos of Bryant's life, beginning with the early years, until his last game in 1982. There is also an extensive sports library that is not included on the routine tour. The library is one of the most comprehensive sports research facilities in the United States. Gift Shop.
  • Sarah Moody Gallery of Art
    Cherish: Selections from the Permanent Collection
    The gallery’s Permanent Collection primarily features contemporary art that is executed as works on paper and includes drawings, prints and photographs. Each year there are gifts and acquisitions to our collection which enrich our holdings of contemporary art.
    Hours: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
    Cost: Free
    Location: University of Alabama Sarah Moody Gallery of Art/Garland Hall
    Contact: Vicki Rial
  • Tannehill Ironworks Historical State Park
    12632 Confederate Parkway
    McCalla, AL
    Local: (205) 477-5711
    This historical state park contains a monument to the confederacy. The park offers camping, golf, hiking and swimming. Special events include a re-enactment of a Civil War battle and monthly Trade Days. This park is located west of Tuscaloosa off of I-20/59.
  • University of Alabama Arboretum
    Loop Road and Veterans Memorial Parkway
    Tuscaloosa, AL
    Local: (205) 553-3278
    Explore meadow, bog, and woodland wildflower gardens of native Alabama plants and plant communities.
  • Westervelt Warner Museum of American Art
    8316 MountBatten Rd.
    Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35406
    Local: (205) 343-4540
    Fax: 343-5013
    The museum includes the holdings of Tuscaloosa businessman, Jack Warner and includes interior furnishings dating from 1700-1865. Paintings by more than 40 different artist are exhibited, including works by Edward Hopper, Mary Cassatt and John Singer Sargent. Recognized as one of the most extensive collections of 19th and early 20th century American art, the Warner Collection displays more than 150 works of art in the Gulf States Paper Corporation National headquarters. No admission charge for the museum. Hours: 10 am-5 pm Tues.-Sat., 1-5 pm on Sun.
  • UA's Athletics Facilities
    More about UA's athletics facilities, including Bryant-Denny Stadium, from

    Our Favorite Restaurants

  • Chuck's Fish
    508 Greensboro Ave
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
    Local: (205) 248-9370
  • Cypress Inn Restaurant
    501 Rice Mine Rd N
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
    Local: (205) 345-6963
  • Depalma's Italian Cafe
    2300 University Blvd
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
    Local: (205) 759-1879
  • Dreamland Bar-B-Que
    5535 15th Ave E
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
    Local: (205) 758-8135
    101 Bridge Ave
    Northport, AL 35476
    Local: (205) 343-6677
  • Hokkaido Japanese Restaurant
    528 15th St E
    Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
    Local: (205) 366-0112
  • Nicks in the Sticks
    4018 Culver Rd
    Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401
    Local: 758-9316
    A long-time Tuscaloosa tradition. Good steaks at a reasonable price. Try a Nicodemus if you have a designated driver.
  • Outback Steakhouse
    5001 Oscar Baxter Dr. next to Lowe's
    Local: (205) 759-9000

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