See below for the list of neighborhoods in Fairhope, AL. Each link will contain homes that are for sale, property details, map location, and photos.

Fairhope Neighborhoods

Arlington Farms – Near Fairhope Ave and Route 181. Typical homes are between 1,700 and 2,300 square feet.

Atkinson – Charming area with old mossy oaks in “the bluff” and just steps away from Mobile Bay and downtown Fairhope.

Audubon Place – Popular community with mature trees near Gayfer Drive and Greeno Road.

Ayrshire Estates – Smaller neighborhood with large homes and lots.

Battle’s Trace at the Colony – New construction community with 66 home sites situated among 150 year old oak trees. Great looking floor plans between 1,600 and 3,300 square feet.

Battles Wharf – Incredible views of Mobile Bay off of Scenic 98.

Battles Wharf Estates – Modest sized subdivision on Mobile Bay near The Grand Marriott.

Bay Haven – Small community, great for boaters with easy access to Week’s Bay and Bon Secour Bay.

Bay Meadows – Situated off of Route 181 across from Quail Creek Golf Course. Homes are usually between 1,800 and 2,300 square feet.

Belle Chase – Smaller homes in a community located close to Thomas Hospital. Homes range from 1,000 to 1,900 square feet.

Chapman – A charming and attractive section of Fairhope that is near Rock Creek Golf Course and Montrose.

Colonial Acres – Sought after neighborhood located in Old Fairhope. Close to downtown and Mobile Bay.

Colony Place – One of the most affordable subdivisions in Fairhope and is located within walking distance from Fairhope Middle and High School.

Country Woods – Peaceful neighborhood with mature trees located off of Route 104 near Route 181.

Covered Bridge Estates – Beautifully treed community located near scenic Mobile Bay and Historic Downtown Fairhope.

D’estrehan – Located in the center of Fairhope, D’estrehan offers homes that are between 2,000 – 3,300 square feet and priced between $180,000 and $250,000.

Dominion Farms – Pleasant area with large homes and lots near Weeks Bay and Fish River.

Eastern Shore Parkway – is an incredible location for water views of Mobile Bay and Bon Secour Bay. Homes are of a variety of sizes and prices.

Fairfield Place – Located close to Fairhope High School with 3 to 4 bedroom homes from 2,200 to 3,000 square feet.

Fairhope – Homes for sale in the city that are not associated with a particular neighborhood.

Fairhope Falls – New construction near Fish River off of Route 104.  Nice amenities and prices.

Fairland Heights – A quaint area with mostly older homes, however, Fairland Heights is very popular due to it’s proximity to historic downtown Fairhope.

Fairwood – Older community in a great location near Gayfer Ave and N. Section Street. Most homes are around 2,000 square feet and priced in the mid $200k’s to high $300k’s.

Firethorne – A premiere new community with pool, children’s playground, grilling area and more. 4 and 5 bedroom options priced in the high $200k’s to low $400k’s.

Fish River – Fish River curves through several cities in Baldwin County with many different home styles and prices. Many have boat houses and docks which would be perfect for those who love to boat and fish.

Fruit and Nut District – Most of the streets in this unique community are named after fruits and nuts and are located near downtown Fairhope, Mobile Bay, and Fairhope Pier. There are many styles of homes located here that include older small cottages to brand new modern homes.

Gayfer Estates Plantation – Quiet neighborhood with great homes at affordable prices.

Greythorne Estates – New construction from 1,800 to 2,400 square feet, most are priced under $200,000.

Hawthorne Glenn – New construction and slightly lived in homes around 2,000 square feet that are priced from the $220k’s. Located close to Thomas Hospital.

Hollowbrook – Affordable home ownership near the intersection of 104 and 181.

Idlewild – Located off of Fairhope Ave near route 181, typical homes have 3-4 bedrooms and between 2,200-3,000 square feet.

Ingleside Highlands – A quaint, historic neighborhood close to Thomas Hospital, great shopping and restaurants.

Jubilee Point – Perfect for the buyer who wants incredible, big water views of Bon Secour Bay. Located off of Route 1 in southwest Fairhope.

Lakewood – is an upscale neighborhood located on Lakewood Golf Club near The Grand Marriott.

Lakewood Club Estates – is probably the most prestigious neighborhood in Fairhope and is located on Lakewood Golf Club featuring large, upscale homes and oversized wooded lots.

Long Pine Estates – is a quiet area off of Route 48 near Walmart and Quail Creek golf Course. Homes usually have 3-4 bedrooms with 1,800 to 3,000 square feet.

Magnolia Beach – Mostly older homes but in one of the most prime locations near downtown Fairhope, along side Mobile Bay.

Montrose – Montrose is actually an unincorporated community that sits between Daphne and Fairhope but mostly associated with Fairhope. This is a very desirable section that lies along Mobile Bay on Scenic 98 with beautifully treed lots and homes of various styles and sizes.

Montrose Village – Part of Montrose that’s located between Fairhope and Daphne but is mostly associated with Fairhope. Wonderful lots with aging trees and large homes.

Montrose Woods – Beautiful homes located at the entrance to Rock Creek Golf Course.

Moss Oaks Villas – Estate sized properties in one of the most popular areas of Fairhope.

Nature’s Trail – New construction with large home sites in a quiet surrounding. Near Quail Creek Golf Course and minutes from downtown Fairhope.

North Station – Moderately priced homes that typically have 3 or 4 bedrooms at around 2,000 square feet. Located in central Fairhope.

Old Battles Village – As of 2016, this is a new community with craftsman style homes that range from 2,000 to 3,500 square feet. There are 14 floor plans to choose from.

Pecan Grove Estates – Peaceful neighborhood with a country feel in lower Fairhope. Large lots!

Point Clear – A very prestigious section of Fairhope that is situated on Scenic Hwy which is lined by moss covered 150 year old oaks and bordered by Mobile Bay. Driving through this gorgeous area, you’ll find cottages as well multi-million dollar estates that overlook the bay.

Point Clear Stables – Lovely part of the Eastern Shore with very nice properties that are near the Lakewood Golf Club and The Grand Marriott.

Point Clear Woods – Large homes located just south of Lakewood Gulf Club.

Pointe Place – Exceptional homes in the prestigious Lakewood Golf Club area.

Polo Ridge – Exquisite properties located at the Lakewood Golf Club.

Quail Creek – Nice looking neighborhood that is located on Quail Creek Golf Course. Typical homes have 3-4 bedrooms with 2,200 to 2,600 square feet.

Quail Creek Estates – Moderately priced homes in a quiet area on the Quail Creek Golf Course.

Richmond Square – One of the most desirable areas in Fairhope near the intersection of Route 104 and Scenic 98.

River Mill – Moderately priced homes near the intersection of Fairhope Ave and Route 181.

River Station – New homes by DR Horton in central Fairhope with 3-4 bedrooms from 1,800 to 2,300 square feet.

Rock Creek – Beautiful custom built homes located in a very attractive golf community with varying elevations makes for a great place to call home. Homes range from 2,000-5,000 square feet and are priced between $400k to over $1 million.

Rolling Oaks – Large homes on wooded lots near downtown Fairhope.

Saddlewood – New development by DR Horton near Fairhope schools. Craftsman style homes from 1,961 to 3,047 square feet.

Sandy Beach Parkway – Raised homes in the southwestern section of Fairhope with the best views of Mobile Bay.

Sandy Ford – Very nice properties between 2,400 and 4,000 square feet located in the back section of Rock Creek Golf Course.

Sans Souci – A small, gated community with large homes around 4,000 square feet that is located in popular Montrose.

Sedgefield – New development by Truland Homes with a 9 acre common area and near Fairhope schools with Craftsman style homes between 2,400 and 4,000 square feet.

Silverwood – A quiet community located in central Fairhope with homes between 1,800 and 2,500 square feet.

Song Grove – An attractive, wooded neighborhood that’s located close to Thomas Hospital and downtown Fairhope.

Southland Place – is a clean and tidy looking subdivision with mainly 4 bedroom homes that are around 2,300 square feet. Walking distance to Fairhope schools.

Stillwood at Point Clear – is a prestigious, wooded community with estate sized homes and lots near Lakewood Golf Club. Typical homes range between 4,000 and 6,000 square feet.

Stone Creek – One of Fairhope’s nicest communities. Craftsman style homes in a relaxing and natural environment that includes 3 lakes, water features, walking trails, and lodge that overlooks the zero entry pool and outdoor fireplace. A must see.

Stone Creek Villas – A new development off of Route 181 with Acadian style homes ranging from 1,710 to 1,993 square feet.

Summer Lake – Tranquil neighborhood with tree-lined streets, 2 lakes, walking paths, and more. Typical homes are over 3,000 square feet.

The Bluffs – Older and charming section near downtown Fairhope and just steps from Mobile Bay, the Fairhope Beach and pier.

The Meadows at Point Clear – Prestigious neighborhood located in the Polo district across the street from the Point Clear Swim and Tennis Club.

The Waters at Fairhope – Exquisite, upscale community in popular Fairhope priced in $600k’s.

Villas at Point Clear – New luxurious homes that look over the Azalea Course of Lakewood Golf Club.

Watershed at The Colony – New construction on the Azalea Course of Lakewood Golf Club.

Wellington – Typical homes are 4 bedrooms between 2,200 and 2,600.

Woodlands Fairhope – One of the finest neighborhoods in Fairhope with estate sized homes and lots. Homes are typically between 3,000 and 5,300 square feet.

Woodlawn – is a new community located off of Route 181 near Quail Creek Golf Course. Homes are 1,800 to 2,300 square feet and are priced from the low $200k’s.

 

All Fairhope Single Family Homes for Sale by Price

 

$100,000 to $200,000 - $200,000 to $300,000 - $300,000 to $400,000
$400,000 to $500,000 - $500,000 to $600,000 - $600,000 to $1,000,000

 

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