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Fairhope Fruit & Nut District - Eastern Shore Real Estate

Posted in: Fairhope
By Lucinda Briggs

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Eastern Shore real estate
in the Fairhope Fruit & Nut District features desirable storybook settings. Billowing with Southern charm, its beautifully landscaped cottages and estates provide private escapes in the active waterfront community.  

The charming Fruit & Nut neighborhood is within walking distance to all kinds of amenities.  Stroll over to the bay, marina, parks, and Downtown Fairhope.  Quirky shops and restaurants, museums, galleries and the art center, theater and pubs fill the quaint downtown streetscapes.  The welcoming community hosts a full calendar of social events and festivals.

Commercial and cultural activities thrive here in Fairhope.  Recreational activities abound--from team sports facilities to senior recreation center to boating and fishing, golfing, beachcombing, hiking and biking.  

Details Fruit & Nut Eastern Shore Real Estate

This historic district features large lots ranging from 0.2 acres to an acre.  Search for a bay house or an old Craftsman, a small, unrestored house or a larger spread.  Custom designed homes built over the last 125 years capture the history of the village.  Square footage varies dramatically from 650 square foot cottages to 1500-2500 homes, to a new home with 5200 square feet.  Home prices for established homes begin in the mid $200,000s but many list in the $600,000-700,000s.  

Building new in the Fruit & Nut neighborhood today, Truland Homes harmoniously integrates the coastal cottage feel with modern, energy efficient updates.  Truland offers four-bedroom homes in a variety of floor plans.  Prices for new homes range from $650,000s to over $1.5 million.   


Established in 1894 as a Utopian colony on Mobile Bay, the sought-after subdivision is named for its early street names. They have been changed over time.  Street names today include Magnolia Avenue, Fels Avenue, Pinecrest Lane, Boone Lane, Orange, Section Street, Gaston, Summit Street, Fairhope Avenue, Bayview Street, Freedom Street, Morphy Avenue, De Ferriet Court, De La Mare Avenue, Masonic Drive, Equity Street, Liberty Street, George Street, Mobile Street, Cliff Drive, Short Street, St. James Street, and more. 


Baldwin County School District operates Fairhope elementary, middle, and high schools in this area.  The University-South Alabama has a campus in the Fruit & Nut District of Fairhope.  Other colleges and universities can be accessed in under 30 minutes.

Directions to Fairhope Fruit & Nut District

From Mobile, take Interstate 10 to Exit 35A or 35B for Highway 98 S.   Turn south and continue 7.4 miles.  Take a slight right on Veterans Drive.  Turn right on Eastern Shore Trail/Fairhope Avenue.  Fruit & Nut District extends for several blocks on the north and south sides of Fairhope Avenue to the North Beach Park and Pier. 

Real Estate Agent Fairhope Alabama

For information about Eastern Shore real estate in the Fairhope Fruit & Nut District, contact Lucinda Briggs of RE/MAX by the Bay at (251) 423-7127.

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