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Perdido Place

Perdido BeachOrange Beach


$800,000 - $1,100,000

Sq. Ft.

2,100 - 2,100


  • Waterfront

    Gulf Front

  • Exercise


  • Outdoor Pool


  • Boating


  • Indoor Pool


  • Tennis


  • View

    Direct Gulf Front

  • Gate/Guard


Rental Income Potential Rating

0/5 Stars

= Rental Restricted



29500 Perdido Beach Blvd
Orange Beach, AL 36561

Additional Details

  • Bedroom Units


  • Age

    Built in 2001

  • Layout

    44 Total Units in 15 Stories

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This upscale condominium complex is a just a few doors away from the Florida border. Perdido Place, constructed in 2000, is a low density building with a pair of three-bedroom, three-bathroom units located in the center of a floor. Corner units may have three bedrooms and four bathrooms. All units are sizable, with these three-bedroom condos containing about 1,800 square feet to about 2,100 square feet. An open-floor plan includes a modest kitchen and space for a dining room table. Private balconies look over the sugar-sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico from the living room. And, these balconies are unique in that they are covered, have a floor-to-ceiling window, and automatic hurricane storm shutters. Other unit features include granite countertops, large closets and was designed for people seeking a second home rather than rental income.

An outdoor pool faces the Gulf of Mexico and is surrounded by a spacious sun deck. A boardwalk leads to the sugar sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico from a sizable pavilion on the western side of the property. The three bottom floors of Perdido Place have been dedicated to parking and the building also contains an exercise room, a conference room and an upgraded security system that includes a gated entrance. Directly to the east of Perdido Place is undeveloped land. The closest condo to the east is the 14-story Phoenix X and to the west is Phoenix IX.

About Perdido BeachOrange Beach

Perdido Beach is a very beautiful stretch of the Gulf Coast that has seen its fair share of growth over the course of the past ten years.

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