Lester is a small town located inside of Limestone County in the northwestern corner of Alabama. It has a population of 107 residents spanning the 1.8 total square miles of land. There are 42 households and 33 families in total living in the town, which gives it a population density of just over 58 people per square mile. There is a median income of $37,000. The town is shaped in a perfect square and abuts the Tennessee border. It has the intersection of the 134 and the 17 meeting inside with very few other roads. There is a post office and a cemetery inside of the borders of the town.