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Welcome to Spanish Fort, Alabama

Spanish Fort, AL sits on a bluff overlooking Mobile Bay. It is rich with historic sites and artifacts, including bunkers from the Civil War that remain to this  day in Spanish Fort Estates. Spanish Fort is widely known for the  historical significance of the battles fought there during the Civil  War. The Blakeley area is widely visited by persons interested in Civil War history. The area draws bass fishermen, birdwatchers and nature lovers from  all over the world. Mobile hosts the World Championship Fishing  tournament annually. There are many options available for Spanish Fort  real estate, property and Spanish Fort, Alabama homes for sale.

Most of the subdivisions have strived to preserve as much as possible the historic feel with the tree lined streets and the home representative of Scarlet O'Hara's day in Spanish Fort, Al subdivision.

The Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay in Baldwin County, Alabama is  comprised of a group of small cities including Spanish Fort, Daphne,  Montrose, Fairhope and Point Clear. The Eastern Shore is known for its  tourism, low crime rate, community values and incredible economic  growth. You will see real estate and homes for sale in Spanish Fort are a  great value.


Experience The Mobile Suburb Of Spanish Fort, AL
For The Lifestyle You Deserve

Spanish Fort real estate provides an easy
commute for business executives and professionals working in Mobile. The
smallest of the incorporated cities on Mobile Bay’s Eastern Shore, Spanish Fort
has a population of 6,798 as reported by the 2010 Census. Located in Baldwin
County, Alabama, Spanish Fort experienced a 25.4% growth in population since
the 2000 Census. And the land area covered by the city is 28.6 square miles. 

The percentage of Spanish Fort residents 25
years and older who hold a bachelor's degree or higher is 35.6%. This contrasts
with 21.5% for the state of Alabama.

Spanish Fort real estate attracts
homebuyers. The Spanish Fort homeownership rate for 2005-2009 was 87.5%. This
compares to a state homeownership rate of 70.8%. Spanish Fort’s median value of
owner-occupied homes for 2005-2009 was $192,600 as compared to a median value
of $111,900 for the state.

In the past 12 months (2009 dollars), the
per capita money income for Spanish Fort residents was $33,129, compared to
$22,732 for Alabama. And the Spanish Fort median household income for 2005-2009
was $63,036, which compares to $41,216 for the state.

Spanish Fort is an affluent community,
where only 4.1% of residents of all ages lived in poverty from 2005 to 2009.
This is way below the state percentage of 16.8.

The source for the above statistics is the 2010 Census Quick Facts.