17th Jun, 2017

Trendy Spanish Fort Real Estate

Trendy Spanish Fort Real Estate

Only 15 minutes from Downtown Mobile, the wonderful selection of trendy Spanish Fort real estate is a magnet for people with new jobs there. Spectacular surroundings since in the Mobile Tensaw Delta. Aesthetically pleasing, full of parks and relaxing water, convenient to employers, shopping and good schools—that’s what buyers love about Spanish Fort.

Spanish Fort real estateSpanish Fort has grown from 6,800 to over 8,600 residents between 2010 and 2017. Who doesn’t admire the picturesque area? Nestled at the northern end of Mobile Bay in the 250,000-acre 5 Rivers Delta, the “City of Spirit” is a destination for hiking and biking, fishing, crabbing, canoeing, and boating. Imagine the Live Oak trees up on the bluff overlooking the bay and wildlife humming through the waters and woods.

Where are Homes for Sale in Spanish Fort?

Beautiful neighborhoods offer homes at a variety of price points. And it is still possible to qualify for a USDA Rural Loan here. Lower interest rates and more space for the buck.

Spanish Fort began as a French trading post centuries ago, then became a Spanish fort. Even after the U.S. took over in 1812, the area remained mostly unsettled and gorgeous. Enter the cabins and cottages of vacationers, country homes on large parcels, and the modern subdivisions and country estate homes of today. Prices range from the $100,000s to $1.5 million.

Look at waterfront homes, homes in the woods, homes in subdivisions with amenities or gated communities. Even new 4-bedroom homes under $250,000 on good-sized lots. The median sales price falls under $300,000.

Spanish Fort Lifestyle

The Spanish Fort lifestyle has captured the attention in the Mobile real estate market. A charming downtown features unique shops and restaurants. Friendly community events such as the Delta Woods & Waters Expo and the Christmas parade and book reading have become destination attractions.

Adventures in the historic community include activities for all ages. See the changing kaleidoscope any time of the year, take photos, listen to the birds. Friends and family visit Bicentennial Park, Blakeley State Park, and Meaher State Park and the amenities at 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center. They tromp out on the Alabama Scenic River Trail and Eastern Shore Trail—or event at the huge regional shopping complex. Many new employers have settled in Spanish Fort. Students attend Baldwin County Schools.

Directions

From Downtown Mobile, Alabama, go south on N. Water St. toward St. Michael St. Take the Interstate 10 E ramp towards Pensacola and take exit 30 for US-90/US-98/Battleship Parkway toward Battleship Park in Spanish Fort.

Realtors – Spanish Fort Alabama

For more information about Spanish Fort real estate on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay, please call Lucinda Briggs of RE/MAX by the Bay at (251) 423-7127.

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