Moving to Orange Beach?
So you’re thinking about making the big move to Orange Beach? What an exciting decision! Most everyone knows that Orange Beach and Gulf Shores are very popular with tourism, but our residential population is growing every year as well. As a Realtor for 13 years, I see tons of folks moving to lower Alabama annually. Many are retirees, but all walks of life are continually attracted to our beautiful city.
Whether you’re moving from Ohio or from across town, it can be a daunting task to take up roots in another area. That’s why this page, The Ultimate Guide to Life in Orange Beach, was created for you. So, if you’re moving to Orange Beach yourself or you know someone who is, read this article first!
This resource is packed with information to help make your destination a little more familiar.
Here’s What You’ll Find Below:
- Facts & Figures
- Beautiful Surroundings
- Strong Economy & Jobs
- Thriving Community
- Outdoor Activities
- Easy Commute
- Restaurants & Entertainment
- Weather & Climate
- Public Safety
- Schools & Programs
- Real Estate
- Final Thoughts
The Ultimate Guide to Life in Orange Beach
I hope that you’ll find great value in this resource. Sure, you could find information on Orange Beach all over the web, but here you won’t have to sift through dozens of pages and spend countless hours trying to find what you want. So. let’s get moving!
I know, reading over the facts and figures of a city can be uneventful so let’s get them out of the way so we can get to the fun stuff. They are important though, at least for only the next few minutes.
Out of the six major cities in Baldwin County (Spanish Fort, Daphne, Fairhope, Foley, Orange Beach, and Gulf Shores), Orange Beach is the smallest with 5,791 full-time residents. Population growth has been strong with an increase of 54.6% increase since 2000. While you will see a lot of tourists during the hot season, you’ll find that Orange Beach gives you the feeling of a low-keyed, laid-back coastal town.
Orange Beach is the southeastern-most city in Orange Beach and lies between Gulf Shores and Florida. You’ll read more about traveling around the city in the Easy Commute section below. You can see that, land-wise, the city isn’t very big at all but many of the residents of Orange Beach get to enjoy beautiful water views every day.
In addition to the Gulf of Mexico, here are the other bodies of water that lie near Orange Beach:
- Intracoastal Waterway
- Wolf Bay
- Ingram Bayou
- Roberts Bayou
- Arnica Bay
- Bay La Launch
- Terry Cove
- Johnson Cove
- Cotton Bayou
- Old River
For some reason, crime is “Not Given” in Niche’s score, but I’ll go more into that in the Public Safety section below.
Here are a couple of reviews taken from Niche.com:
Interesting Facts & Accolades
- Orange Beach got its name from large citrus groves that once grew here prior to 1926. The crops eventually died out due to several hard freezes and tainted seedlings brought in by a salesman.
- The 112-foot-tall ferris wheel at The Wharf is the largest in the southeast.
- Our beautiful white beaches were made from quartz that has filtered down from the Appalachian Mountains over 1,000 years ago.
- There are 4 islands just north of Perdido Pass: Bird Island, Gilchrist Island, Robinson Island, and Walker Island. There’s nothing there but vegetation and sand, providing boaters and jet skiers a great place to stop to relax a little.
- Coastal Living – Best Beaches in the USA
- Huffington Post – 10 Best Beach Cities in America
When you move to Orange Beach, you’re re-establishing yourself in one of the most gorgeous places in the country, where the sand is white and the water is clear.
Can you imagine walking this beach with your significant-other whenever you want?
You get to take your pick, sunrise or sunset . . .
Photo by Brian Dumas Photography
The beautiful surroundings of Orange Beach will be your next home!
The bulk of the Orange Beach economy is fueled by tourism all through the year. For the past 6 years in a row, the Alabama Gulf Coast has experienced record-setting years in visitors and revenue. Last year, over 6.3 million people visited the beach, spending about $4.2 billion before leaving. That’s pretty powerful!
Employment By Industry
|Industry||Orange Beach %|
|Arts, Accommodation, Recreation, Food Services||20%|
|Educational, Healthcare, Social Assistance||18.4%|
|Finance, Insurance, Real Estate||15.2%|
|Transportation, Warehousing, Utilities||6.4%|
|Professional, Scientific, Admin, Waste||4.6%|
Interesting Employment Facts:
- The unemployment rate in Orange Beach is 5.6% with a positive job growth of 1.78%.
- The unemployment rate is lower than the state and national averages.
- The poverty level is 42% lower than the national average.
- Income per capita in Orange Beach is 26% higher than the national average.
- The median household income is 8% higher than the national average.
According to Glassdoor.com, there are 875 jobs within 15 miles from Orange Beach.
The top 5 positions that are being hired for in the area are:
- Resident Property Manager
If you’re moving to Orange Beach and not retired, there are many opportunities in our small town.
Although Orange Beach is a small city, it’s big on appeal. With only a little over 5,000 full-time residents, Orange Beach continues to grow as a community. I think for a community to thrive there has to be a balance of livability, low crime rates, a strong economy, great schools, entertainment, planning, and development. Many of these factors are being covered in this article.
With the massive amount of tourism that flows into the city every year, Orange Beach does a great job at maintaining this balance for its residents.
One of the ways that Orange Beach shows a strong sense of community is how business is incorporated throughout the city. You’ll find very few national fast-food chains here with most of the restaurants being owned and operated by the locals.
There are a couple of strip shopping centers here with grocery stores, but other than a few locally owned shops, Orange Beach is not known as the shopping mecca of the south. That’s okay though. Orange Beach tries hard to cater to its residents, as well as take care of the many tourists who visit the area all year long.
Don’t get me wrong though. You’re not going to be deprived if you need a new bathing suit or patio set. You just won’t see a McDonald’s on every corner. One of the ways that Orange Beach has excelled in creating a thriving community is The Wharf . . .
The largest shopping district of Orange Beach can be found at The Wharf, located at the intersection of the Foley Beach Expressway and Canal Rd. This is quite an impressive place to visit and stay. I say “stay” because The Wharf is like a city within the city. You not only have dozens of cool shops and restaurants to visit, but you also will find a large condo community at The Wharf offering well-appointed condos with great water views. Whether you want to live here full-time or just visit for the week, you should definitely look into this great community.
Please visit the link above to find a full write-up on what The Wharf has to offer.
Quality of Life
I believe Orange Beach has created balance by taking into account residential living, outdoor activities, a strong economy based on tourism, and quality of life.
Areavibes gives Orange Beach a Livability Ranking of 74, which is much higher than the rest of the state and the US
Our beautiful beach and teal-green waters of the Gulf will forever draw people to our little area in lower Alabama. The very nature of it all is a magnet for not only those who are visiting us for a short time but mainly for the residents who call Orange Beach their home. That’s why the beach has to be included in why Orange Beach is a thriving community.
If you’re moving to Orange Beach and love the outdoors, well, you’ve just hit a home run! There is so much going on where you can be active and catch some Vitamin D at the same time.
There are over 100 fishing charter captains on the Alabama Gulf Coast to give you an experience of a lifetime. Orange Beach boat tours are great for deep sea fishing trips, dolphin/whale watching, and enjoying one of our beautiful sunsets on the Gulf. Here are the Top 10 charters as rated by TripAdvisor.com.
- The Fun Boat Dolphin Cruises
- Distraction Charters
- Sail Wild Hearts
- Orange Beach Private Family Dolphin Tours & Boating Safaris
- Cruise Orange Beach Dolphin Cruises
- Blue Dolphin Cruises
- Hudson Marina
- Orange Beach Sailing Charters
- Dolphin Cruise aboard the Cold Mil Fleet
- Getaway Charters
Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail
The Backcountry Trail is a staple in Orange Beach for exploring the beauty of the area and taking in some incredible outdoor activities.
Whether you’re into hiking and biking over 15 miles of trails or discovering nature in the 6 distinct eco-systems, you are sure to be blown away with what Orange Beach has to offer with this natural escape.
Do you enjoy being active in the water? Orange Beach has a plethora of options to have fun. Many of the Boat Tour companies above offer water sports activities as well, but here’s a list of locals that focus on getting wild and wet!
Below you’ll find options for paddle boarding, kayaking, parasailing, banana boat rides, pontoon rentals, jet skis, skim boarding, scuba diving, and surfboarding.
- OB Watersports
- Pleasure Island Divers
- Perdido Paddle Board Company
- Perdido Key Watersports & Little Heads Kayak Rentals
- Perdido Beach Services
- Paddled By-You
- Alabama Extreme Watersports
- Coyote Beach Sports
- Flora-Bama Marina & Watersports
- Gulf Coast Paddle Company
- Go Go Kayaks
- Happy Harbor Watersports
- Ike’s Beach Service
Orange Beach Parks
Waterfront Park – Lighted kids park, walking paths, pavilions, picnic areas with grills, 400-foot fishing pier. Open year around. Located at 26425 Canal Road (1/4 mile east of Hwy 161).
The BackCountry Trail – 7 hiking and biking trails spanding 15 miles, 6 eco-systems, guided eco-tours, campsites, and Segway tours. Located at 3801 Orange Beach Blvd.
Dog Park – “Unleashed in Orange Beach” – Separate fenced-in areas for small and large dogs. 3/4-acre dog park has water stations, disposal stations, and benches. Located at 27920 Canal Road (1.3 miles east of Hwy 161).
Bird Island Park & Robinson Island – The islands are located just north of the Perdido Pass Bridge. The islands are only accessible by boat or jet ski and are often used by residents and visitors as a park.
Orange Beach Canoe Trail – There are 10 designated canoe trail landing sites along the shores of Cotton Bayou, Bayou St. John, Arnica Bay, Bay La Launch, and Wolf Bay. Here are where the landing sites are located:
- Cotton Bayou
- Boggy Point
- Wilson Boulevard
- Look Rook Rd
- Mississippi Ave
- Harrison Park
- Palmetto Extension
- Waterfront Park
- Cypress Ave
- Gulf Bay Road
Download and print your copy of the Canoe Trail here.
Disc Golf Course Park (Frisbee Golf) – 9 holes Par 27. Located at 27920 Canal Rd next to the dog park.
Orange Beach Sports Complex – The Sports Complex has hosted a number of events from high school softball to collegiate soccer events. Located at 4389 Wilson Silvers Pkwy.
Orange Beach Tennis Center – The Tennis Center has 8 lighted, medium-speed hardcourts and pro shop. Located at 4851 Wilson Blvd. Lessons are provided for senior adults, adults, and kids.
There are quite a few great golf courses on the Alabama coast, but most of them are located in Gulf Shores. Here’s information for golfing in Orange Beach.
Orange Beach Golf Center – Located at 4700 Easy St. This is a 9-hole course with driving range. Green fees are very reasonable, and low annual memberships are available.
Getting around in Orange Beach isn’t that complicated. There’s just 2 routes that will take you into the city from the west: Canal Rd and Perdido Beach Blvd. From the Florida state line, there is just 1 route, Perdido Beach Blvd.
If you’re traveling through Gulf Shores or wanting to go to Foley, you can take a shortcut through the Gulf State Park. The “cut through” isn’t pictured here but the state park is the left portion of the green area above, adjacent to Backcountry Trail.
Here are some common places, along with their distances to Orange Beach:
- Downtown Pensacola – 25.8 miles
- The Hangout (downtown Gulf Shores) – 6.8 miles
- Foley – 15.8 miles
- Walmart – 7.8 miles
- The Wharf – 5.3 miles
- OWA Theme Park – 11.5 miles
- Waterville USA – 7.5 miles
- Target – 9 miles
- Tanger Outlets – 13.4 miles
|Moe’s Original Bar B Que||25603 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-7427|
|Brick & Spoon||24705 Canal Rd||251-981-7772|
|Luna’s East & Drink||25753 Canal Rd||251-980-5862|
|Cosmo’s||25753 Canal Rd||251-948-9663|
|Another Broken Egg Cafe||25910 Canal Rd||251-981-7780|
|Anchor Bar & Grill||4575 Wilson Blvd||251-200-0250|
|Big Mike’s Steakhouse||25638 Canal Rd||251-981-2652|
|Buns in the Sun||3099 Loop Rd||251-240-0498|
|Duck’s Diner||4560 Easy St||251-948-9191|
|Hogfish Grille||24821 Commercial Blvd||251-980-3474|
|Barefoot Island Grill||27370 Canal Rd||251-256-0055|
|Hurrican Grill & Wings||25755 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-3041|
|The Ruby Slipper Cafe||24151 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-800-7470|
|Flipdaddy’s||24221 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-929-9508|
|Ginny Lane Bar & Grill||4780 Wharf Pkwy||251-224-6500|
|Waffle House||25101 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-2085|
|Big Wave Dave’s||22703 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-2340|
|Latitude 30||Located in Perdido Beach Resort||251-981-9811|
|The Keg||26796 Canal Rd||251-981-9462|
|Hot Rod’s Diner||25908 Canal Rd||251-974-0004|
|Happy Harbor Restaurant & Bar||27212 Marina Rd||251-981-6111|
|STKburger||4651 Main St||251-240-0500|
|Blue Water BBQ||4780 Wharf Pkwy W||251-256-0081|
|Tipseas||23479 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-8477|
|O’ Choppers||25908 J Canal Rd||251-974-1300|
|Zeke’s Down Under||26619 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-1864|
|Sugar Shack and Deli||4830 Main St||251-981-4600|
|SanRoc Diner||27267 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-8960|
|Splash Bar & Grille||27200 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-9811|
|Bikini Wings||25755 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-9464|
|Vic’s Diner||25594 Canal Rd||251-980-2374|
|Taste||4725 Main St||251-224-2333|
|Janna’s Market||25908 Canal Rd||251-981-7467|
|Pleasure Island Tiki||27844 Canal Rd||251-981-8454|
|Maria’s Deli||27121 Canal Rd||251-981-8288|
|Blalock Seafood & Specialty Market||24822 Canal Rd||251-974-5811|
|Big Fish Restaurant & Bar||25814 Canal Rd||251-981-5516|
|Gilbey’s Seafood & Steaks||25775 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-2988|
|Fisher’s||27075 Marina Rd||251-981-7305|
|Doc’s Seafood||Hwy 180 & 161||251-981-6999|
|Wolf Bay||26619 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-965-5129|
|The Gulf||27500 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-424-1800|
|The Flying Harpoon 2||23479 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-8100|
|Gulf Shores Steamer||27267 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-948-6344|
|Voyagers||27200 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-9811|
|Cobalt||28099 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-923-5300|
|Shrimp Basket||26650 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-974-1833|
|Cotton’s Restaurant||26009 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-9268|
|Tacky Jacks||27206 Safe Harbor Dr||251-981-4144|
|Live Bait||24281 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-974-1612|
|Sassy Bass Caribbean Grille||27212 Marina Rd||251-981-1910|
|GTs on the Bay||26189 Canal Rd||251-980-8400|
|Bubba’s Seafood House||24621 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-974-1800|
|Undertow||25025 Canal Rd||251-981-3331|
|The Intracoastal||4851 Wharf Pkwy E||251-256-0039|
|SALT||27267 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-589-7258|
|Gulf Bay Seafood Grill||24705 Canal Rd||251-974-5090|
|Rotolo’s Pizzeria||25755 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-8891|
|Mama Lottie’s||25405 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-2911|
|Villaggio Grille||4790 Wharf Pkwy||251-224-6510|
|Franco’s Casual Italian||25241 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-9800|
|Franco’s Italian||26651 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-9800|
|Perdido Beach Pizza||27200 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-9811|
|Pizza Hut||4575 Orange Beach Blvd||251-981-8900|
|Mexico Lindo||25405 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-974-2777|
|Cactus Cantina||25908 Canal Rd||251-974-0060|
|Chronic Tacos||25775 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-0040|
|El Potro Mexican||25637 Canal Rd||251-981-3400|
|Sol Y Mar Mexican Grill||4725 Main St||251-271-0800|
|Monterrey’s Mexican Grill||25405 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-1084|
|Tijuana’s Mexican Restaurant||25637 Canal Rd||251-981-3666|
|El Palenque||4725 Main St||251-224-8160|
|Frontera Grill||4724 Main St||251-224-4745|
|Master Joe’s Sushi||27121 Canal Rd||251-981-8889|
|China Dragon||25405 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-5855|
|China King||25637 Canal Rd||251-224-1888|
|Niki’s Seafood and Thai||22641 Canal Rd||251-981-1833|
|Louisiana Lagniappe||27267 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-2258|
|Little New Orleans||25241 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-5252|
|Bayes Southern Bar & Grill||4673 Wharf Pkwy||251-240-0411|
|The Louisiana Pantry||4851 Wharf Pkwy||251-923-2448|
|Domino’s Pizza||25814 Canal Rd||251-981-8880|
|Dairy Queen||25496 Hwy 182|
|McDonald’s||4511 Orange Beach Blvd||251-974-2663|
|Subway||25755 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-6881|
|Subway||25814 Canal Rd||251-981-4184|
|BuzzCatz Coffee & Sweets||25753 Canal Rd||251-980-2988|
|Cafe Beignets||25405 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-2711|
|Liquid Life Cafe||25741 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-968-3758|
|The Southern Grind Coffee House||4751 Main St||251-923-3265|
|City Donut||26551 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-981-3688|
|Starbucks||25773 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-597-2033|
|Yellow Cottage Bakery Cafe||23095 Perdido Beach Blvd||251-974-3636|
Things to Do
Photos above provided by Kim Loftis Photography.
Other than the Outdoor Activities above, there is a lot that’s available to keep you and your family busy all year long.
For the adults in the family, Flora-Bama is a must-see and is a landmark for Orange Beach and Gulf Shores. Known as the most famous beach bar in the country, you’ll find live entertainment every day of the year with 5 stages featuring rock, country, beach music, and dance. Don’t forget to try the Bushwacker!
The Wharf Mini Golf
Challenge your kids to a round at one of Orange Beach’s newest attractions. Closed for the off-season until March.
Experience fun for the whole family in the heart of Orange Beach. Adventure Island offers paddle boat rides, an arcade, go-karts, putt-putt, laser tag, and bumper boats. Located at 24559 Perdido Beach Blvd.
Arena the Next Level
Laser tag and bazooka ball for the whole family, located at The Wharf. Website
Have you heard of Breakout? You and your friends are put in a situation where you have to crack codes and solve puzzles in order to escape. I haven’t done this personally, but everyone who I’ve heard who has, loved it.
Fat Daddy’s Arcade
For those rain days, Fat Daddy’s Arcade is a great place to burn off some energy with over 80 arcade games and a concession stand.
Orange Beach Helicopter Tours
There’s no better way to capture the beautiful waters of the Gulf than to see it from the air. Sunset tours, beach tours, and special events. Website
Orange Beach Recreation Center
Located at 4849 Wilson Blvd. The Rec Center offers a full gym, fitness room, game room, and multi-purpose rooms.
Christie’s Paint n Shop
This is a neat idea – a mobile art studio! All materials are brought to you and your friends where you can learn how to make your own masterpiece.
Ocean Camp Marine Center
The Ocean Camp Marine Center is open to the public but great for summer camps and field trips, bringing an awareness to the marine environment.
Orange Beach Art Center
Located at 26389 Canal Rd. Here you’ll find a beautiful building overlooking Wolf Bay with a full gammit of activities including glass blowing, art lessons, and a clay studio.
The Aquatics Center
The Aquatics Center of Orange Beach is located at 4853 Wilson Blvd and includes a junior Olympic-sized pool, wading pool, and water features. They are open all year long and offer swimming lessons and water aerobics. Admission is $5 for non-members.
The Senior Center is located at 26251 Canal Rd (next to the library) and is a very active place for seniors to go to get involved in trips, luncheons, ongoing activities, and classes.
Orange Beach Indian and Sea Museum
The Indian and Sea Museum is located at 25805 John Snook Drive. Here you’ll tap into local culture with collectibles, artifacts, and supplies from out-fishing and Native American heritage.
AMC Classic Wharf 15
Having a weather day? Come check out the latest flick at the beach’s only movie theater at The Wharf. It’s a good one! 15 screens and great refreshments.
The Amphitheater at The Wharf
Come see some of the biggest names in entertainment at The Amphitheater with a capacity of 10,000 in tiered seating.
Ferris Wheel at The Wharf
This 112-foot tall behemoth is the largest ferris wheel in the southeast. Catch some of the best views in Orange Beach from this attraction that has become a landmark in the area.
As a Realtor, I work with people all the time who are moving to Orange Beach and the surrounding area, mainly because of the weather. I just starting working with a new couple from Madison, Wisconsin who are typical “snowbirds”. They spend the winters here to get away from the brutal cold back home. After so many years of doing this, many folks decide to make the move. This happens all of the time.
During the middle of the summer, it does get pretty humid, but most people get used to or just stay inside during the middle of the day. The upside is that 9 to 10 months of the year are quite pleasant.
The “hot season” lasts from May 27th through September 26th with a daily average high of 84 degrees. The hottest day of the year is July 23rd with an average temperature of 89 degrees.
The “cool season” lasts from December 4th through March 5th, with a daily average high of 67 degrees. The coldest day of the year is January 29th, with an average low of 44 degrees.
Orange Beach gets its share of precipitation to cool things down in the summer, but typically we have what’s called “pop-up” showers. Clouds will form around early afternoon, it will rain for about 20 minutes, and then it will be sunny again.
Although we get rain throughout the year, the heaviest accumulation is the 31-day period around July 21st. The dryest time of year falls around October 21st.
For the past 8 years, violent crime and property crime has been on the decline in Orange Beach.
Crime index compared to other nearby cities:
Violent crime is nearly half than the US average.
Orange Beach Police Department
4480 Orange Beach Blvd
The OBPD have a big job, especially during the tourist season, and they work very hard to keep its residents and visitors safe. The department has 80 employees and is organized into 4 main divisions: Patrol, Investigative, Intelligence, and Support Services.
The beach is the main attraction of lower Alabama, but it can be dangerous. For your protection, Orange Beach and Gulf Shores post flags at the beach, alerting people who want to go into the Gulf.
Here’s a description of the warning flags:
- Double Red – Water is closed to the public.
- Single Red – High surf, strong currents
- Single Yellow – Moderate surf and conditions
- Single Green – Calm conditions but stay alert
- Single Purple – Dangerous sea life present
Although a new middle school is “in the works for Orange Beach”, right now the only public school in the city is:
Orange Beach Elementary
4900 Wilson Blvd
All older kids currently go to Gulf Shores Middle and High Schools. There are 454 students K-6, and GreatSchools.org gives Orange Beach Elementary a ranking of 9.
Programs for Kids
- Youth Sail Camp can be found at the Wind and Water Learning Center.
- Summer Tennis Camp for Kids
- Summer golf lessons for kids at the Orange Beach Golf Center.
- The Orange Beach Art Center provides art lessons for both kids and adults. Summer Art Camps and After School Art Programs are available.
- Camp Sunshine is a summer camp for local kids that runs from May 31st through the last Friday before school begins. The summer camp offers a myriad of activities including swimming, field trips, arts/crafts, movies, and indoor/outdoor games.
There are 2,285 households in Orange Beach, with 66.2% ownership over renting.
Well, as I mentioned earlier, I’m a Realtor and have been for about 13 years. This page was created for you! I know moving to a different area can be overwhelming, and I wanted to provide you with enough information to help ease your mind about your big decision.
As far as real estate goes, you’re probably trying to figure out where you’re going to live as well, and that can be just as overwhelming. The real estate site that you’re on right now happens to be one of the largest, most informative sites in the entire area. Here you can search for your new home by price, city, or by neighborhood. Well, you can do that on any site. Here’s what you’ll find here:
- A list of Orange Beach condo communities
- A list of Orange Beach single family neighborhoods
- Guide to New Construction in Baldwin County
- Dozens of real estate articles for buyers including the Ultimate Guide to Buying a Home
- A very active Real Estate Blog that is updated several times a week
- Luxury homes in Orange Beach
You can also search:
ALL ORANGE BEACH CONDOS FOR SALE BY PRICE
ALL ORANGE BEACH SINGLE FAMILY HOMES FOR SALE BY PRICE
Moving to Orange Beach is going to be an awesome experience, and you’re going to love it. The locals are friendly and inviting. There’s always something to do and, yes, it’s a gorgeous place to live.
If you’re contemplating making the big move or just have questions about the area, please contact me.