The Fruit and Nut District of Fairhope, Alabama is one of the most historical, desirable, sought after addresses in Fairhope. This serene, yet activity-filled waterfront community was founded in the late 1800's by followers of the economist Henry George. It was established as a Utopian colony attracting artists, intellectuals, writers, actors, and world renowned educators. The community has since evolved, but is still considered to be a quaint, Utopian, artsy, historic district, filled with true southern charm, spirit and hospitality.
Truland Homes' new construction in Fairhope's Fruit and Nut District is specifically custom designed to be harmoniously architecturally congruent with the coastal cottage feel of the surrounding century-old homes that have stood the test of time and that provide the unique, peaceful spirit of this community. These new custom homes will boast features and amenities that exemplify the community...outdoor living areas, gas lanterns, wood floors, high ceilings, gourmet kitchens, open floor plans, porches...the look and feel of the originals, but with Fortified Gold inspections and certificate that lowers insurance costs, energy efficient construction, and a full 2-10 home warranty program backed by Truland Homes.
Fairhope's Fruit and Nut District, it's not a place, it's a lifestyle.
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- Walking distance to the bay, the pier, the marina, the parks
- Walking distance to downtown Fairhope, restaurants, galleries, churches, art center, bike trails, tennis, theater, pubs, and shopping galore
- Also close by; colleges, hospital, farmer's market, fitness centers, grocery store, and pharmacies
- Fairhope School District