Stone Creek (Fairhope, AL)
By Jason Will, JWRE
(Jason Will Real Estate)
Why did you choose Stone Creek subdivision?  I recently asked Eric, a Stone Creek homeowner in Fairhope, Alabama, that question and he graciously agreed to share his responses with prospective buyers, looking to buy or build on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay. Search Stone Creek Subdivision Homes for Sale in Fairhope, AL Me: Why did you ultimately choose Stone Creek subdivision to build your new custom home? Eric: There are several aspects of Stone Creek that I initially found appealing, like the attractive entrance, large lots and community amenities.  Yet, it was natural setting, the seclusion of trees and overall nature aspect that sold me on the neighborhood. Me: Can you tell us more about how Stone Creek incorporates nature into the neighborhood? Eric:  The developer took the time ...
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The Stone Creek Subdivision is located along the east side of Alabama State Highway 181, approximately 2 miles south of Fairhope Avenue, and about 4 miles East Southeast from the town center of historical Fairhope, Alabama. Stone Creek, Phase 1, Subdivision was developed on around 330 acres, formerly a hunting preserve. This first phase has 78 lots per record with about 18 common area & green belt parcels.The developer's concept is a village community with a lodge, rock water features, stocked lakes, swimming pool, tennis courts, village shopping center, walking trails and a wetland preserve. The majority of the homes will range from 2,400+- square feet to 4,500+- square feet with primarily four bedrooms and three to four bathrooms. There are only a couple of homes having three bedroom...
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By Louise McCown
(Coldwell Banker Reehl Properties, Inc.)
Stone Creek....."It's all about lifestyle." Stone Creek is a unique community on 330 Acres within Fairhope, Alabama that combines modern-day conveniences within a scenic, natural setting. Located approximately 12 miles south of I-10 on Highway 181, Stone Creek is only a few minutes drive to downtown Fairhope. However, when considering the mixed-use master plan of the development, one will hardly ever have to most you will be able to simply hop on your bike or get in your golf cart to head to the village center! The community will not only merge homes, villas and town homes, but also retail and service-oriented business oriented to have frontage on Highway 181. The developers actually traveled the Southeast to look at what other builders were doing in traditional neighborhood...
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