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Elberta is a small community with a big future ahead of it. Just minutes from the Gulf of Mexico, this tiny town has recently experienced a good deal of population growth. The census in 2000 reported the population of Elberta to be 552; the most recent census in 2010 reported a growth of 171.4% to 1,498 residents. As the nearby cities of Foley, Gulf Shores, and Orange Beach continue to grow, it can be expected that Elberta will, as well. Elberta was originally founded by German farmers from the midwest in 1904 and the city still celebrates those German roots with annual festivals. more

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Bay Harbor is located in South Elberta on Wolf Bay.  The homes in Bay Harbor are minutes by water from Pirate's Cove and a short run to Perdido Pass and the entrance to the Gulf of Mexico.

Bayside Place is also in the Southern portion of Elberta, AL and also a short run by boat to Pirate's Cove.  Elberta, AL is home to the annual Sausage Festival and one of the area's great markets in the Elberta Meat Market on Highway 98.

Bonnie Acres is in central Elberta, AL.  The subdivision is close to a variety of Elberta's area attractions as well as the larger cities of Mobile, AL and Pensacola, AL.

Elsa Henry

Fish Trap subdivision in Elberta, Alabama sits right on Wolf Bay, just a few minutes north of Orange Beach and west of Pensacola, Florida. Perdido Pass, which leads out into the Gulf of Mexico, is about half an hour away by boat. Elberta is ideal for those who love the outdoors, with heavily wooded areas, rivers, bays, and a number of other unique areas to explore on foot or by boat. There are both lots and houses for sale in the Fish Trap neighborhood.

Hidden Creek Estates

Idlewild Estates sits near Wolf Bay, which you can follow down to Perdido Pass and the Gulf of Mexico by boat. In fact, many of the houses and lots here sit right on the water, giving you boat access. Elberta was originally founded by Swedish and German farmers and that heritage is still celebrated every year during the annual sausage festival and other smaller events. Many houses here sit on heavily wooded lots with big yards that make an ideal place for the kids to run around and explore all year long.

Josephine Beach

Juniper Creek

Lavina-Hilty-Marr is just minutes away from shopping in Foley and within walking distance to Elberta schools and shopping. Orange Beach, with its famous white-sand beaches and numerous entertainment venues, is just a few minutes south of Elberta and can even be reached by boat from nearby Wolf Bay. Elberta is  quiet little town, perfect for families looking for a safe place to raise their children in Baldwin County.

Miflin Manor homes are just a few minutes south of both downtown Elberta and Foley. Wolf Bay and some of its numerous tributaries run very close to Miflin Manor, making travel down to nearby Orange Beach and the Gulf of Mexico by boat quick and easy. This is a rural area, but the cities of Pensacola and Mobile are easily reached and offer a variety of shopping and dining areas that aren't found in Elberta.

Palm Springs Acres has both homes and empty lots available, many of which are heavily wooded and/or right on the water, making travel by boat a possibility. This is a rural community, but within easy driving distance of the larger cities of Pensacola, Florida and Mobile, Alabama

Perdido Beach is a rural area in the southern half of Baldwin County, just north of Orange Beach, Alabama. There are both houses and empty lots available here, many of which are heavily wooded with large yard.

Perdido Beach Terrace is located just north of Orange Beach, Alabama. Wolf Bay is within walking distance and some houses sit directly on the bay. There are both houses and empty lots, many of which are heavily wooded.

Perdido Vista

Pinewood Shores

Pirates Cove

Plantation Harbour

Plantation Park

Ponderosa Estates

River Junction

Sandy Creek

Shallow Creek

Soldiers Creek

Stone Quarry is located near Arnica Bay and Bay La Launch which are just East of Wolf Bay.  The homes in Stone Quarry are a short trip via boat from many area attractions and a longer car ride due to the location of Stone Quarry.  Downtown Foley, AL is approximately 15 - 20 minutes and the expressway connects Orange Beach, AL and the interstate making travel to this area fairly easy and traffic-free.

Woerner subdivision is located just West of Soldier's Creek golf club and North of Wolf Bay.  This small subdivision does not usually have many homes for sale, but located approximately 15 - 20 minutes from downtown Foley and in a rural area;  secluded from the traffic of the area's larger cities.

Wolf Bay Estate is located just East of Glenlakes golf club in Foley, AL and just North of the inland waterways stemming from Wolf Bay.  The homes in Wolf Bay Estates are approximately 15 - 20 minutes from downtown Foley, AL and the new Foley Beach Express now connecting all the way to I-10 makes travel in this are much easier.  Orange Beach is now a straight shot and quick and easy to reach.  The new addition connects the expressway directly to Orange Beach, AL at the Wharf and Amphitheater.

Wolf Bay Plantation homes are located East of Glenlakes golf club which sits in between county road 12 and county road 20.  The Wolf Bay Plantation subdivision is approximately 15 - 20 minutes from downtown Foley and sits North, northeast of Wolf Bay and near the inland waterways branching North from Wolf Bay.  The subdivision is easily reached from the Foley Beach Express and the new connection makes travel to I-10 much, much easier and a straight shot to Orange Beach also.

Wolf's Run subdivision is located in between Glenlakes golf club and Soldier's Creek golf club in Elberta, AL.  The homes are approximately 20 minutes from downtown Foley, AL and the new connection of the Foley Beach Expressway makes traveling to Orange Beach, AL or the interstate a straight shot and fairly free from traffic.  Wolf's Run is in a rual area, yet close enough to Foley to make convenience stops pretty easy.


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In 2013, the estimated median household income was $27,550. Unemployment in Elberta is below the national average, with just 5.2%. The cost of living in Elberta is also below the national average. As a city founded by farmers with an eye for good land, it is to be expected that Elberta still gives off a strongly rural vibe. This is a beautiful area with a lot to offer families and individuals looking for a quiet, peaceful place to call home.  
Foley, which is very close to Elberta, has the nearest hospital. Although Elberta has its own elementary and middle schools, high school students will need to go to Foley for class. The weather in Elberta is much the same as in other coastal communities. It is hot in the summer and then warm through the winter with above average rainfall throughout the year. Elberta is at risk for hurricanes and tropical storms due to its close proximity to the Gulf of Mexico. Snow is almost unheard of in this part of Alabama. Elberta, like many cities in this area, can be expected to grow as the cities of Fairhope, Orange Beach, Spanish Fort, and Gulf Shores attract more people looking for a place to settle down and call home. Elberta offers a great opportunity to buy your own land and build your own house or look into one of the many gorgeous homes that are on the market in the area already.Elberta, AL is a rural area of South Baldwin County located East of Foley, AL.  The community is full of interesting things such as one of the area's great butcher shops and a lot of water front homes on Soldier's Creek and Wolf Bay, a golf course.  The town is a short drive to the beaches of the Alabama / Florida Gulf Coast.  Scroll down to read more.  Highway 98 runs directly through the city of Elberta East and West and runs to Mobile Bay and Pensacola, FL.  Elberta is a smaller town and is in the rural area of South Baldwin County.  A lot of Elberta is on or near farmland with numerous waterways meandering through and collecting in Weeks Bays and Soldier's Creek.  The map left is fixed, but we're added an interactive Google map at the bottom to help in searching the Elberta, AL area.  Please let us know if you would like more information on Elberta homes for sale by emailing info@condoinvestment.com or calling (251) Area-Pro (251-273-2776) for immediate assistance.


Elberta was named for the peaches that were grown there years and years ago.  According to the 2000 census, Elsanor was home to 552 people and 228 households, 152 whom lived in the town limits.  The town is approximately .8 square miles.  Elsanor is a great place for sportsmen as it has excellent hunting and fishing grounds.  Wolf Bay and North Perdido Bay are some of the waters that come through Elberta and home to some gorgeous water front vistas.  If you have questions concerning Elberta, need additional info or would like to schedule private viewings for any Elberta homes, please email aaron@condoinvestment.com or call 251-978-3718 for immediate assistance.

The data relating to real estate for sale on this website comes from the Baldwin County Association Of REALTORS®. The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.