Fairhope is a picturesque waterfront town that combines culture with southern charm. There are few places in Baldwin County more scenic than its bayfront district with its live oak trees, waterfront walkways, and antebellum houses. The charming downtown area is a pedestrian-friendly collage of local boutique shops, art galleries, restaurants, and live music venues. Fairhope’s celebrated schools, family-friendly atmosphere, and scenic streets make it one of the most sought-after cities in the county. Each one of our Fairhope neighborhoods reflects its beauty and ambiance, and they provide the perfect place to live and thrive in this remarkable city.
Spanish Fort is a fast-growing community with a small-town feel. Located on the mouth of Mobile Bay, the city is close to beautiful waterfront views, lush rural landscapes, and a stunning state park. But the busy city center is full of commercial centers, shopping malls, recreational activities, and restaurants. Spanish Fort is known for having superior educational opportunities, a thriving economy, and a low cost of living. Its prime location is a convenient driving distance from Mobile, Southwest Florida, and the whole of Baldwin County. This makes it the perfect home base for workplace commuters or those who want to be close to the action. Voted one of the ‘best places in Alabama for young families, Spanish Fort continues to grow every year – and Truland is proud to support that goal with our luxuriously planned neighborhoods and homes.
Daphne is known as the “Jubilee City” because of its shoreline location on Mobile Bay. The town oozes southern charm, from its quiet streets shaded in Spanish Moss to its beautiful waterfront views. There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts – waterfront parks and piers, wildlife preserves, fishing and airboat tours, and more are all easily found around the city. The downtown area is known as OldTowne Daphne and offers a charming mix of past and present – modern shopping and eating spots have taken root in beautifully historic homes and buildings. The city is complemented by some of the most prestigious private schools in the area, which is a huge draw for families. The locals are welcoming and lively, whether they’re celebrating the Mardi Gras holiday or enjoying a community shrimp boil. You’ll love becoming a member of this great community in a beautiful Truland neighborhood!
Foley is a quaint yet busy town about 10 minutes north of the Alabama coast. It allows quick beach access and fun amenities that have overflowed from the tourist destinations while keeping its quiet ambiance. Museums, music venues, shopping malls, and over 100 unique restaurants are enjoyed by residents and tourists alike. The famed OWA theme park is also a local favorite. But it’s not all busy – residents of Foley enjoy quiet suburban neighborhoods, a historic downtown area full of parks and family activities, and the slow pace of life that the area is known for. Our Foley neighborhoods capture the city’s mixture of bustling energy and southern charm to perfection.
Gulf Shores is often thought of as a tourist beach destination – and for good reason. Its white-sand beaches, cool blue surf, and sugar-fine sand make it a tropical beach oasis. But its family-centered atmosphere and warm southern hospitality come from the thousands of local residents who enjoy the city year-round. It is a prime place to raise a family – environmental conservation and strict city policies keep the area beautiful and quiet. The mix of fresh local seafood and southern cuisine makes the area one of the best spots for food in the country. The economy is strong thanks to its large tourism sector, and jobs are plentiful. Gulf Shores formed its own city school district in 2017, which places an emphasis on exemplary education and community pride. Truland’s beautiful homes and neighborhoods help build this community into an Alabama gem and a great place to live.
The sister-city to Gulf Shores, Orange Beach brings its own touch of charm to the Alabama coast. It has some of the most beautiful scenery in the country, from stunning beaches to quiet bays and inlets. It is also home to the most diverse wildlife and ecosystems in the area, which are strictly protected by the city’s environmental policies. If the landscape isn’t enough, there’s also a bustling tourism industry that offers plenty of activities, restaurants, shopping, and economical advantages. Because of its thinner crowds, Orange Beach is the most popular beach town in Alabama for year-round residents. Enjoy your new beach lifestyle in one of our beautiful Orange Beach homes.
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