$800,000 - $1,100,000
2,100 - 2,100
Direct Gulf Front
Rental Income Potential Rating
= Rental Restricted
29500 Perdido Beach Blvd
Orange Beach, AL 36561
Built in 2001
44 Total Units in 15 Stories
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Perdido Place Orange Beach AL Condo Community Outdoor Pool
Perdido Place Outdoor Pool
Perdido Place Exercise Facility With Ocean Views
Perdido Place community gym
Perdido Place gym
Perdido Place workout facility
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.
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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.