Cedar Cove Estates (in Talladega County, AL) Populated Place Profile


Cedar Cove Estates (GNIS FID: 144755) is a populated place located in Talladega County at latitude 33.441 and longitude -86.311.

The elevation of Cedar Cove Estates is 548 feet. Cedar Cove Estates appears on the Laniers U.S. Geological Survey Map. Talladega County is in the Central Time Zone (UTC -6 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

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Vandiver, AL (11.8 miles W)
Talladega, AL (11.8 miles E)
Bon Air, AL (12.3 miles S)
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Country Club Estates, AL (2.7 miles NE)
East Bend, AL (3.4 miles SW)
Grasmere, AL (3.4 miles SSW)
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