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Spanish Fort Alabama Homes on North Mobile Bay Eastern Shore

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By Lucinda Briggs

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Spanish Fort AL Real Estate
Spanish Fort AL Real Estate
Elegant Spanish Fort AL homes and neighborhoods nestle into the woodlands and bluffs on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay just north of Interstate 10. Real estate in Spanish Fort offers families beautiful subdivisions, accessibility to Metropolitan and recreational amenities, great schools, and small-town village personality - "A City of Spirit!" Shopping is two minutes away and the beach 45 minutes.

Spanning a total of 6.4 square miles, Eastern Shore real estate in Spanish Fort is gaining attention of homebuyers searching the Mobile real estate market. Spanish Fort homes feature gorgeous classic styles surrounded by mature trees on spacious lots. The median sales price is $280,000 with a variety of neighborhoods to choose from, including the newest development of Audubon with its custom home sites for $85,000.

Established neighborhoods include Blakeley Forest, Cambron, Churchill, Delta Woods, Garrison Ridge, Highpoint Place, North Lake, and Savannah Woods. The list continues with Shenandoah, Spanish Fort Estates, Stillwater, The Lakes, and The Woodlands at Spanish Fort, Timbercreek, Wakefield, Walden Woods, and Whispering Woods.

Scenic Alabama
Scenic Alabama
Among the lacey Live Oak trees high on the bluffs overlooking Mobile Bay, residents and visitors enjoy the lush parkland of the Mobile Tensaw Delta. Outdoor sports and activities such as hiking, biking, fishing, boating, camping, and walks through the wetlands continue to fascinate year after year with a kaleidoscope of wildlife, including alligators, birds, sunsets and flowing waters.

A tourist destination, the 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center is the gateway to 250,000 acres of picturesque rivers and wetlands surrounded by woods. The complex includes an exhibit hall, theater, conference center, gift shop, and Bartram Landing on the Canoe Trail.

Part of the Daphne-Fairhope-Foley area, the community started as a French trading post in the 1700s. After the area was ceded to the British in 1763, the Spanish took the area during the Revolutionary War and built a fort. After the War of 1812, the area became the property of the United States. But the American Civil War again took a toll on the community. It kept a low profile over the centuries.

Finally, in 1993, Spanish Fort incorporated as a city in Baldwin County. It is now home to a growing population of 6,798 (2010) residents. The young, forward-looking community plans for managed growth. Traditionally downtown Spanish Fork offered unique shops and galleries, restaurants and businesses. The central location has attracted a new regional shopping complex and substantial commercial development. In addition, residents enjoy short commute time to airports, amenities and employment in Mobile, northwest Florida, and throughout Baldwin County.

Baldwin County Public Schools serve the children in the Spanish Fort area.

For more information about property in Mobile and on the Eastern Shore, contact Lucinda Briggs of RE/MAX by the Bay at (251) 423-7127.


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Lucinda Briggs
Re/Max By The Bay

Office
251-621-2588
Fax
 
251-625-3325
Cell/Text
 
251-423-7127

lucinda@lucindabriggs.com


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