Homes for Sale on Little Lagoon

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Sitting between Bon Secour Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, Little Lagoon is a well-loved fishing and hangout spot by locals in Gulf Shores. Running ten miles long and just half of a mile wide, Little Lagoon is separated from the Gulf by half a mile of beautiful white-sand beaches in an area known as West Beach. Homes and even a few upscale condominiums border Little Lagoon on the southern and northern shores.  More on Little Lagoon

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To the east is Gulf State Park and Lake Shelby while the beautiful Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge borders the western and part of the northern shores. Although Little Lagoon is only half a mile wide, there is a huge difference between the northern and southern shores. Houses to the south of Little Lagoon are right on the white-sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. A quick stroll across West Beach Boulevard brings you to public and private beaches that draw people from all over the country to Gulf Shores. Head over to the northern shore and you’ll find acres and acres of trees and lush vegetation. Of course, the Lagoon itself is very popular with those looking for a relaxing fishing trip, as there is an abundance of redfish, spotted seatrout, and other species of fish in various parts of the Lagoon.
            Houses along Little Lagoon, like many all over the Gulf Coast, are usually raised on stilts in case of flooding. Many of the houses have private boat docks right on the Lagoon, making them popular for those who love spending time out on the water. Houses on the southern shore, as mentioned, are surrounded by sand and command spectacular views of the Gulf of Mexico, and those to the north have heavily wooded lots and a quieter atmosphere. Some houses have private outdoor pools in addition to easy access to public Gulf of Mexico beaches and the Lagoon. All in all, both areas are ideal for those who want to enjoy life in Gulf Shores, but don’t want to live in a condominium crowded with tourists.

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.

Listing information last updated on November 18th, 2018 at 11:15pm CST.