Below you will find a list of featured neighborhoods in Spanish Fort, AL. Each link will contain homes for sale, property details, photos, and map locations.
Spanish Fort NeighborhoodsAudubon – Newer neighborhood with large homes and 1-3 acre lots.
Blakeley Forest – Established with mature trees containing large homes that range between 3,000 and 4,000 square feet.
Blakeley Oaks – Located across the street from Historic Blakeley State Park. Homes range between 2,500 and 4,000 square feet and are priced from $250k to $400k.
Blakeley Ridge – Desirable neighborhood with attractive, large homes.
Bridgewood – Small neighborhood with large homes and lots.
Bromley Woods – Wooded area with homes from around 2,500 to 3,000 square feet.
Brookewood – Construction began in 2003 with ranch styled homes.
Cambron – An 8 year old community with large homes in a rural setting.
Churchill – New construction plus slightly used homes between the mid $250k’s to the mid $350k’s.
Delta Woods – Nice looking neighborhood with new construction with the oldest homes built in 2001. Part of the neighborhood lies in Bay Minette.
Garrison Ridge – Small, attractive neighborhood with large, newer floor plans.
Grace Magnolias – A fairly large subdivision with construction starting in 2012. Craftsman style homes.
Heidelbrook – Close to Spanish Fort High School and Middle School. Homes are approx. 2,000 square feet and priced around $190k.
Highland Park – Brand new, Acadian and Creole styled homes in a great location.
Highpointe Place – Ranch styled homes at moderate prices.
Lexington – New homes with 4-5 bedrooms ranging from 2,800 to 3,600 square feet.
Military Bridge Estates – Older homes in a very small neighborhood with large wooded lots.
North Lake – Typical homes are 2,500 to 3,000 square feet and price in the mid $200k’s.
Oakridge – Typical homes are around 2,300 square feet, 4 bedrooms, and priced in the low to mid $200k’s.
Osprey Ridge – Brand new subdivision by Truland Homes, starting in the $250k’s.
Pineda Island – A very small waterfront community.
Rayne Plantation – Newer neighborhood with large homes and very nice amenities.
Saluda Ridge – Tucked away at the foot of Blakeley State Park, you’ll find this gem with large homes and large, wooded lots.
Savannah Woods – A new construction community with 5 floor plans between 1,800 and 2,800 square feet and prices from the $250k’s.
Spanish Fort – Homes that are for sale in the Spanish Fort that are not associated with a neighborhood.
Spanish Fort Estates – Wide diversity of prices, floor plans, and square footage. Great location close to I-10 and the bay.
Spanish Village – Ranch style homes built in the 70’s and 80’s.
Stillwater – Estate sized homes and lots. In town living with a country feel.
Stone Brook – “Newer” and new construction for under $200,000.
Stonebridge – Popular subdivision with brand new and slightly lived in properties. 3, 4, and 5 bedroom options ranging in the mid $200k’s to the high $300k’s.
Tanager – New construction neighborhood with affordable prices and great location.
The Lakes – Beautiful neighborhood with large homes, priced around $350k-$550k.
Timbercreek – Beautiful homes and lots with many different floor plans. 27 hole premier golf course.
Tucker Farms – Small community with new and fairly new homes.
Wakefield – Established neighborhood with larger homes priced in the low to high $200k’s.
Walden – Brand new subdivision by Truland Homes with large homes and wooded lots.
Westminster Gates – Properties are around 2,500 to 3,200 square feet and priced in the mid to high $200k’s.
Wilkins Creek Estates – Attractive neighborhood with 3 large lakes and large homes near Blakeley State Park.
Wilson Heights – Older subdivision with mostly ranch style homes built in the 60’s and 70’s.