Two somewhat developed lots on what's often called "the most beautiful property in Baldwin County." The owners of 8 acres on Pelican Marsh, now in their 70s, want to subdivide their land for the first time. Their house and guest house, which is east of the two lots for sale, has been featured on the cover of Coastal Living and twice in Mobile Bay Magazine. On the north side of the property is the gorgeous marsh, part of the Weeks Bay estuary. The only beings that can build there are herons, snowy egrets and pelicans adding nests in their rookeries. Besides the exceptional bird life, the north side offers stunning, unobstructed views of sunrises and sunsets over the ever-changing marsh grasses. To the south, 1/2 block away, is the boat launch at Pelican Point, also called Big Mouth, on Mobile Bay. At the end of County Road 1 (Weeks Bay-side), this tucked-away location is close enough to easily participate in Fairhope activities (20 min) or dinners at Jesse's (13 min), or lunch at Big Daddy's (15 min by boat or car)--yet far enough away from crowds and overrun developments to feel as if you're on a permanent, relaxing vacation. Lots are 2 acres each. City water and sewer. Sellers will offer a discount for a single buyer. Marsh is not swamp. Marsh is a space of light, where grass grows in water, and water flows into the sky." --Delia Owens "Where the Crawdads Sing" Utilities available but nothing hooked up
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Listing information last updated on November 13th, 2019 at 6:15pm CST.