Mobile County Real Estate Sales

Mobile County is located at the southwest corner of Alabama and is the second most populous city in the state with a population of approximately 413,000.  The county seat lies in the city of Mobile which was originally founded in the early eighteenth century by French colonists.  Mobile is the oldest city in Alabama and is rich in history with heavy influences from French, Spanish, British, Creole, Greek, and African heritages. One of the most recognized traditions in the area is Mardi Gras which first originated in Mobile and has been celebrated since 1703.  Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday" and known as carnival season featuring days of festivities and parades before the start of Lent.  Mobile is nicknamed the "Port City" and home to numerous industries including ship building, aerospace, steel, construction, and manufacturing.  The downtown district offers plenty of attractions including the Gulf Coast Exploreum, Mobile Museum of Art, Fort Conde, and Gulf Quest National Maritime Museum.  Residential developments have steadily increased in downtown Mobile with many vacant buildings renovated into upscale condos or apartments walking distance to great restaurants, entertainment venues, and businesses. 

Mobile features a number of historical districts with many of the streets lined with beautiful oak trees and homes ranging from stately Antebellum mansions that have existed for over an century.  Most of these districts are located in the Midtown area of Mobile and include neighborhoods Oakleigh, Leinkauf, and Ashland Place. West Mobile is undergoing tremendous growth both residentially and commercially with numerous subdivisions under development such as upscale communities Isle of Palms and Shadow Creek.  Mobile County is surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico, Mobile Bay, Grand Bay, along with inland watersheds, Dog River and Fowl River, therefore, the region offers a large number of waterfront homes and property.  A fishing and boating haven Dauphin Island is a barrier island located at the southernmost tip of Mobile County and consists of small community with attractions such as Fort Gaines, Dauphin Island Sea Lab, Audubon Bird Sanctuary, and numerous nature trails & marinas.  Smaller and less "touristy" than Baldwin County's beach towns Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, Dauphin Island features only a handful of restaurants and condominiums with the majority of the island covered with private beach homes.  Just east of Mobile County, across Mobile Bay are popular Eastern Shore communities including Spanish Fort, Fairhope, and Daphne. 

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Listing information last updated on August 20th, 2018 at 1:45am CDT.

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