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Spanish Fort - Town vs. County Stats

Spanish Fort - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Spanish Fort: $360,400 / County Avg $455,700


Avg Taxes in Spanish Fort: $600 / County Avg $1,100


Avg Sq. Ft. in Spanish Fort: 2,729 / County Avg 2,239


Avg Price per/ft2 in Spanish Fort: $132 / County Avg $204


Avg Walkscore in Spanish Fort: 10 / County Avg 16


Avg Year Built in Spanish Fort: 2010 / County Avg 2001


Avg Days on Website in Spanish Fort: 114 / County Avg 124


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Baldwin County is known on the Gulf Coast portion of Alabama for having a number of beautiful and peaceful subdivisions and homes, offering several beautiful cities and towns known for their serenity and solitude. Among these is Spanish Fort, one of the fastest growing cities in southern Alabama. This small town has a nice country atmosphere, one that is perfect for anyone seeking to take a step back from the fast pace of city life. That being said, Spanish Fort is only a thirty minute drive across the bay from the neighboring city of Mobile for those looking for a convenient work commute, or perhaps even a little night life or entertainment in downtown Mobile. Scenic Downtown Fairhope is always an option for the more reserved nightlife seeker, being much smaller and giving off a very serene and safe vibe. Being located near the Bay also makes this town a perfect option for homeowners with boats, or people who just enjoy bay-living. The Mobile Delta is very close by, and is also a great and very common area for adventure seeking boats men to take their vessels and is perfect for a variety of activities. Baldwin County in general is known for its strong award winning school system, and Spanish Fort is no exception. Spanish Fort high school is very regularly recognized for achievements in academics as well as athletics; but if the high school does not meet your standards, you have other wonderful options such as Fairhope high school, Daphne high school, Baldwin County high school, Foley high school, and Bayside academy to choose from as well. Alongside these prestigious high schools are many great middle and elementary schools to choose from too. What about shopping options? Located just off State Highway 181 is the regionally famous Eastern Shore Centre. The Eastern Shore Centre is perfect for all of your shopping needs, as well as simply being a fun place for a day or evening out. As well as shopping, the Eastern Shore Centre has several restaraunts and eateries to choose from, the most notable being: California Dreaming, Great American Cookie Company, Half Shell Oyster House, Marble Slab Creamery, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Newk’s Eatery, and Poor Mexican. The Eastern Shore Centre is also home to the Premiere Cinema, making the Eastern Shore Centre a prime location for dinner and a movie. Looking to go to the beach? Gulf Shores is within an hour from the Eastern Shore, and a straight shot into Florida. Speaking of shopping and Gulf Shores, The Tanger Outlet is on the way to Gulf Shores in Foley, Alabama. In closing, Spanish fort is a perfect safe environment for families, retirees, and young professionals alike. With a great school system, bay area location, wonderful shopping and entertainment destinations, close proximity to the beach, and one of the most effective law enforcement teams in the state, this