Grassroots business growth highlights our creativity, welcoming vibes, and community pride in rural living.
The quaint town of Waverly has been fortunate in the last several years to attract new residents who, along with long-time residents, have begun renovating the old homes and buildings. The renovation of the historic buildings in Waverly is breathing new commercial life into the Town of Waverly with the opening of several new businesses alongside longtime favorites, detailed below. We’re also home to an Airbnb, offices, and many local craftsmen specializing in art, carpentry, farming, and pottery.
Fig & Wasp
A mother and daughter duo opened this antique furniture, art, pottery, and gift shop in downtown Waverly in August 2020 after growing a loyal clientele that has followed them from antique malls and other decor outlets.
The Waverly Local
The Waverly Local, owned by a resident with old family ties to Waverly, has become a favorite spot for destination dining within the former building of one of Alabama’s first Ford dealerships.
Standard Deluxe opened here in 1991 and as a print shop has done work commissioned by bands and brands throughout the nation. The business has grown to include a cafe as well as indoor and outdoor stages for live music.
Hard Work Motor
Hard Work Motor is a used vehicle dealership specializing in sports cars and with many other options available as well.
TOTS, Tapley Occupational Therapy Services
Tapley Occupational Therapy Services helps people of all ages develop the skills they need to live their lives to the fullest using a holistic, client-centered approach to promote participating and independence.
The Waverly Railroad House Airbnb
Enjoy a cozy stay in this recently renovated, fully furnished 1880s railroad house that’s within a very short walk to all of Waverly’s attractions.