|Property Located Between:
||Highway 59 & Bon Secour National Wildlife Refuge on Ft Morgan Rd/Hwy 180
||Ft Morgan Frontage PPIN # 56379: 10 Ac(C) Lot 1 Cook's Estate Pb3 Pg88 Sec 20-T9s-R3e (Qcd) // Middle Parcel PPIN # 20729: 7.8 Ac(C) Blk 2 Lot 2 Childress Lands Pb300 Pg379 (Qcd) // Bayfront Parcel PPIN # 7337: 261' X 650'(S) Irr Lot 2 Blk 3 Childress Lands Pb5 Pg136 Gr Sec 5-T9s-R3e (Qcd)
|Largest Nearby Street:
||Fort Morgan Rd/Highwy 180 ~ Alabama Coastal Connection
||Highway 59, the main artery to Gulf Shores, is approximately 6 miles to east
Highway 98 is approximately 15 miles northeast
Interstate 10 is approximately 34 miles northeast
||Jack Edwards National Airport, Mobile Regional Airport, Pensacola International Airport
||Bayfront assemblage located on Bon Secour area of Mobile Bay. Mature live oaks throughout property. Comparable adjacent land has been successfully developed into a PUD with residential lots and a 27 hole golf course.
||With the announcement of several large developments, Alabama’s Gulf Coast has been brought forth to the national stage. It is in this environment that Baldwin County, with Mobile to the west and Pensacola to the east, finds itself prepared to play an increasing role in regional growth.
• Baldwin County is the fastest growing county in the state of Alabama
• 51% county population growth since 2000 (source: U.S. Census Bureau)
• Largest projected population growth among all Alabama MSAs and counties
• Site Selection Group projects Baldwin County to be one of the fastest growing
MSAs in the U.S. over the next 5 years • 9 major highways and interstates
• Interstate 65 connects Mobile, Alabama to Chicago, Illinois
• Interstate 10 connects Jacksonville, FL to Los Angeles, California
• Within 30-minute drive of Mobile Regional Airport and Pensacola International
• Casino shuttles to Biloxi
• Over 2,000 new homes built each year (source: ACRE)
• Since 2010, over 93% of Baldwin County's population growth is a result of Inter
national and Domestic Migration (source: PARCA)
Mobile and Baldwin County are home to a convergence of several factors: a strong transportation infrastructure, a growing population, quality educational institutions
and a location providing superior quality of life. With interstates, rail, airports, in-land waterways and deep water ports, all possible modes of transportation are represented. Furthermore, with a regional population of 940,140 consisting of 414,000 in Mobile County, 212,628 in Baldwin County and 313,512 in Escambia County, Florida (location of Pensacola), a large pool of population exists within easy reach. Couple these assets with the scenic beauty of Alabama’s beaches and the recreation industry, great potential exists for the future growth and development of Alabama’s Gulf Coast.
||Currently zoned for up to 2 units per acre. Huge potential for Multi-Family/PUD for up to 77 lots on the 22 acres or 3.5/acre. Commercial use also possible.
|In Flood Plain?:
||Prescriptive easement for utility road on Old Fort Morgan Trail in between middle parcel and bayfront parcel. State easement for access from Ft Morgan Road to front parcel.
||Electric, Water, Gas, Sewer, Internet Access