Spanish Fort Real Estate

Spanish Fort Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 309
Average Price: $283,990
Highest Price: $13,900,000
Lowest Price: $10,000

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Spanish Fort, Alabama is located just north of the I-10, which runs through Mobile, Alabama and Pensacola, Florida. In 2010, the population of Spanish Fort was 6,798 with 2,861 households and 1,910 families. Of the 2,861 households, 29% of them had children under 18. In 2015, the estimated population had grown by 18.6% to 8,065. Spanish Fort is smaller than the nearby community of Fairhope, but shows a lot of promise and potential. more

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Spanish Fort, located in the Eastern Shore area, is a popular area for both its natural beauty and convenient location. With Interstate 10 running through Spanish Fort, traveling across Mobile Bay to Mobile city or taking a weekend trip down to Orange Beach on the Gulf of Mexico is a breeze. Although Spanish Fort is so close to the large city of Mobile, it maintains a distinctive rural atmosphere. Clumps of trees freckle the landscape and nearby Mobile Bay is a favorite weekend hangout for residents. The town also has a good deal of historic significance dating back to the early 18th century. History buffs will enjoy traveling to the site of the original trade square that became “Spanish Fort” during the American Civil War or immersing themselves in the site of a major battle that helped put an end to the American Civil War. A couple of national parks and wetlands are also located in Spanish Fort, so nature lovers will also find an abundance of things to do with their free time without having to travel far to find it. more

Spanish Fort is part of Baldwin County, home to one of the best school systems in the state of Alabama. There are two elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school in the city of Spanish Fort. Residents of Spanish Fort tend to hold a higher degree of education than those in many of the neighboring communities, with 46.9% having attained a Bachelor's degree or higher and 10.5% with a graduate or professional degree. These high rates of college graduates living in Spanish Fort may explain why the unemployment rates are so low, with only 5.2% and declining. The median value of a house in Spanish Fort was recorded as $206, 544 in 2013. The crime rates, including violent and property crimes, are below the national average in Spanish Fort.  
Spanish Fort is less than an hour from the coastal communities of Orange Beach and Gulf Shores. Because it is so close to the Gulf of Mexico, the city is somewhat vulnerable to hurricanes and there have been nearby tornadoes in the past. Other than that, natural disasters are not common. Residents can expect a good deal of rain, but also a lot of sunny days with hot weather during the summer and no snow in the winter. Spanish Fort has experienced a good deal of commercial growth since the completion of the Eastern Shore Centre, across the street from the Timber Creek Golf Club and the attached community.

Just off the I-10 is Spanish Fort’s most popular shopping area: Eastern Shore Centre. You’ll find popular stores like Pottery Barn and Belk, a movie theater, and restaurants all right next to each other, making it the perfect place to spend the day out with friends or family. Golf courses are also a popular sight in Spanish Fort, one of the most popular being the TimberCreek Golf Club. Sitting just across the street from Eastern Shore Centre, TimberCreek boasts 18 holes in a beautiful course designed by Earl Stone. Spanish Fort Town Center is also a growing popular area for shopping and dining.
Spanish Fort is part of Baldwin County, which boasts some of the best schools in Alabama. The neighborhoods in Spanish Fort are among the most popular in the Eastern Shore region. Every night you’ll see families out taking walks, kids riding bicycles through the neighborhood, and groups congregating to play together at one of the numerous public parks. Its close proximity to Mobile makes Spanish Fort popular for those who work in Mobile but prefer having a quieter place to live. Between popular national parks, historic sites, shopping centers, great schools, and convenient location, there is a little something for everyone in Spanish Fort, Alabama.

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.