Magnolia Springs AL Homes for Sale

Magnolia Springs is another one of coastal Alabama's hidden gems. Owners of Magnolia Springs homes take a great deal of pride in their small town, which is full of gorgeous shade trees lining the roads and surrounding houses. The community of Magnolia Springs was incorporated into the Daphne-Fairhope-Foley Micropolitan Statistical Area in 2006, and the community considers the day it was incorporated to be its anniversary. In the census taken in 2010, there were 723 residents of Magnolia Springs. In 2015, it was estimated that the population had increased by 9.4% to a total of 791 residents. There has been some talk of the town annexing some extra parcels of land that would increase the total population by 11,000 people. Magnolia Springs retains a definitive small town feel. The town considers the Magnolia River, which it borders, to be the true life-force of the community still.  
Magnolia Springs gets its law enforcement services from the Baldwin County Sheriff's Department. This is a small town with older residents, but those with children can send them to schools in neighboring towns. Because the town so recently changed it status of an unincorporated community to an incorporated one, not a lot of data exists about the particulars about residents and their lifestyles here. The nearest hospital is in Foley, just a few minutes away. The nearest large cities are Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola, Florida, which are both less than an hour outside of Magnolia Springs. Like the rest of coastal Alabama, Magnolia Springs gets an above-average amount of rainfall each year. There is some danger of damage from hurricanes and tropical storms coming off of the Gulf, but other natural disasters are not a problem in this area. There are numerous houses for sale in Magnolia Springs in all price ranges and, as the areas around this town grow, Magnolia Springs is expected to become a more popular area to live in.

Magnolia Springs, AL is an area West of Foley, AL and East of Fairhope, AL with Summerdale, AL to the North and Bon Secour, AL to the South.  Magnolia river runs through the town making for some great waterfront homes and lots perfect for building.  Magnolia Springs is in between Mobile, AL and Pensacola, FL with both having regional airports just under an hour away.  Some other great areas near Magnolia Springs are Fairhope, AL which is consistently voted one of the best places in the entire United States to live and the beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, AL.  The beaches are considered some of the most beautiful beaches in the entire world - for current listings on the Alabama beaches, try visiting our Gulf Shores condos and Orange Beach condos for sale pages or for Florida, visit Perdido Key condos.  Another great feature of Magnolia Springs is the variety of outdoor activities.  Along with the great fishing and hunting, guests and residents enjoy the 10 or so golf courses within 30 minutes.  Magnolia Springs, AL is one of many hidden gems along the Alabama Gulf Coast. 


Ashland Place


Dogwood Dell

Fish River

Fish River Acres

Grand Oaks


Isle of Pines


Magnolia Estate

Magnolia Farms Estates

Magnolia Grove

Magnolia Heights


Magnolia Plaza is located in Magnolia Springs, AL on the waterways of Weeks Bay just West of Fairhope, AL.  The homes in Magnolia Plaza are also close to the beaches of the Alabama Gulf Coast and a wide range of restaurants in town, as well as, neighboring Gulf Shores and Foley, AL.

Magnolia River

Nolte Creek Estates

The Commons

Village Green

Woodlands Magnolia Springs


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