Come take a look at this Charming Southern Home For Sale in Fairhope’s Fruit and Nut District!
This stunning 1920’s Luxury Renovation boasting nearly 3,000 sq. ft. possesses all the charm and character of days gone by, coupled with all the convenience of modern upgrades. From the long and stately Formal Dining Room to the truly Grand Living Room, the home flows easily from one room to the next, making it perfect for entertaining. Split-level with Living Room, Gourmet Kitchen features attractive Split-Brick Flooring, all Stainless-Steel Appliances, Granite Countertops, and extensive Custom Cabinetry. Adjoining Kitchen is your delightful Breakfast Area, complete with French Doors opening straight onto Back Patio and providing excellent views of your lush yard.
The personally-designed upgrades overflowing 56 White Ave. cater to your convenience and your taste for beauty. From Guest Bedrooms with custom Private Baths, to the luxurious qualities like Granite counters and Bonus Vanity Space featured in the Master Bath, to the gorgeous Hardwood flooring throughout, all is designed with you in mind! Add to this the fact that you are living in one of the most picturesque little communities on the Gulf Coast, and you know that you have found home! Read straight from the sellers’ mouths more about the tremendous amenities supplied by this property and the surrounding area:
Agent: What were the deciding factors that led to the purchase of 56 White Ave? How did you know it was THE ONE?
Seller: Unique character and charm of an “old home” with the potential for modern upgrades.
Agent: What renovations have been done since you purchased the home?
Seller: New kitchen, family room, raised ceilings, double sided fireplace, roof, electric gate, added a bath and a half, new storage room, new garage/carport and workshop, new back patio…
Agent: What do you feel at the Top 10 selling features of the home?
Seller: One block from Bay, great neighbors with well cared-for homes on block, doubled sided fireplace, Flow of home for entertaining both inside and out, Kitchen, Master Bath, charm of old home with convenience of modern home, Electric Gate for privacy and security–great for pets, all New Paint inside and out, totally new HVAC including ducting (2013), ability to walk to town/restaurants/pier etc.
Agent: Where do you spend the most time in the home and why?
Seller: Den–just comfortable and cozy place to watch tv, read, etc.; Kitchen–enjoy cooking together; Master Suite–roomy retreat for us; Back Patio–private, comfortable.
Agent: Where are your favorite shops in town?
Seller: Restaurants–Tamara’s, Shux, Gambino’s, Fairhope Inn, Dragonfly, and The Grand Hotel. We love to walk to The Grand Hotel, sit out at Bucky’s Restaurant and enjoy the Mobile Bay sights and sounds, the outdoor weddings held on The Grand property, the beautiful sunsets and delicious appetizers and drinks!
Agent: Do you enjoy any hobbies or activities near your residence?
Seller: Walking everywhere–the Bay, The Grand Hotel, Uptown, Greer’s, and the Post Office. We love crabbing off of the White Ave pier, which is located just steps away, at the end of our street right on the Mobile Bay! While it is available for all to use we seem to be one of the more active users. We crab off the pier and will often sit out and enjoy a wonderful, sunny afternoon on “our” pier! FYI — the crab we catch is some of the most delicious Alabama Blue Crab we have ever tasted! We also enjoy traveling around the south Alabama area, visiting and exploring new towns and areas! Some of the towns we have enjoyed most include Foley, Old Daphne, the Gulf Shore area, Pensacola, Destin and Fort Walton Beach, FL. Each has offered great food, stores to explore and great and friendly ‘locals’!
Agent: Is the home insured? If so what is the approximate annual premium?
Seller: Yes, $600 home/$2500 wind.
Agent: What are your average utility bills in peak summer and winter months?
Seller: Average of about $225 per month.
Agent: Why are you selling?
Seller: Moving to an area more central to family.
Agent: What will you miss most about life in Fairhope?