24th Jan, 2014

Eastern Shore Alabama Home for Sale in Fairhope

Take a look at this exciting opportunity to own a Fairhope Alabama home on the Eastern shore of Mobile Bay.  Located on a dead-end street in Ellington Place Subdivision, this comfortable one-story brick-trimmed home nestles into a family-friendly community near the bay.  This Fairhope home for sale is priced under $200,000 – a great value.

This attractive one-story Fairhope homeFairhope AL real estate was built in 2006.  Its open floor plan makes great use of the 1843 square feet of quality living area.  The home features three bedrooms and two baths; the master bedroom is extra-large and features a garden tub and separate shower.  Distinctive designer colors, high 9+ foot ceilings, and upscale details add to its charm.  For example, there are granite countertops, a formal dining area and breakfast room, double panes, and a ridge vent.  Flooring is tile and wall-to-wall carpeting.

The Fairhope property has an attached two-car garage, a fenced backyard with a large patio and a storage building, and many more desirable qualities.  There are no subdivision fees.

This southeastern Mobile real estate is located at 108 Parker Court, Fairhope, Alabama, 36532.  It is near Highways 181 and 48 and Fairhope Avenue, close to Eleanor Street.  The asking price is $199,900 for Listing #501648.

Families living in Ellington Place subdivision are served by highly regarded Baldwin County schools at Fairhope Elementary School, Fairhope Jr. High School, and Fairhope High School.

Real estate in the charming town of Fairhope is perfect for young families, retirees, and second-home owners.  Beautiful Fairhope subdivisions are located 25 minutes from the heart of Mobile.  The artistic community, lush with Live Oak, magnolias, and colorful flowers, offers a low cost of living and wonderful services.  The exalted climate nourishes habitat for birds and fish as well as beautiful golf courses, parks, trail systems, and other outdoor facilities.

Quaint shops and eateries, galleries and places to gather in Downtown Fairhope make it a must-see stop for travelers.  The community hosts numerous events at several facilities.  There are also fun places such as the recreation center, botanical garden, disc golf course and public boat ramps.  The community of 13,000 was established in the 1800s as a single-tax colony and has matured into a well-organized destination along the Eastern Shore Trail of Mobile Bay.  Fairhope is appreciated for its welcoming subdivisions and Southern hospitality.

Buying and Selling Mobile Alabama Real Estate

For information about Fairhope homes for sale and other Eastern Shore properties, contact Lucinda Briggs of RE/MAX by the Bay at (251) 423-7127.

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