Photos of Fontainbleu Terrace Apartments (Huntsville, AL)


Fontainbleu Terrace, almost universally known as Fountainblue, is a strange set of apartments. Sarah and I have lived there since 2003, but we almost didn't move in because the outside looks kind of strange and uninviting. The inside, though, is gorgeous. The rent is cheap, the staff are hardworking, and the layouts are logical. I've really enjoyed my time there.

Taken on April 14, 2008. Cloudy Day. About 6:30pm.

Windows and powerboxes running down outside of Fontainbleu apartments A bricklined walkway between apartments

Trees and balconies in the apartment courtyard

Photo across street of apartments with dogwood flowers blooming and the sun coming through dark clouds

Tennis court

A tree well lit by flash

A shot of a pool through some trees with a pool closed sign visible

Taken on April 15, 2008. Sunny Day. About 4:30pm.

A square of bricks with grills and a patio table

A look up at the second story apartments with the moon in the distance

During a June 2008 Rainstorm

These two photos were taken early June, 2008, as a sudden afternoon storm popped up right at sunset. Due to the nature of the storm, it was raining fairly hard as it came across the sky, and did so in a way that it was still quite sunny during 2/3 the time. Finally, the clouds sort of swallowed the sun. I snapped these two pictures right as that was happening.


Written by W Doug Bolden. Photography taken by W. Doug Bolden, Sarah Bolden, and others.

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