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Perdido Quay

Perdido BeachOrange Beach


$400,000 - $500,000

Sq. Ft.

1,400 - 1,400


  • 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



28828 Perdido Beach Blvd
Orange Beach, AL 36561

Additional Details

  • Bedroom Units


  • Age

    Built in 1987

  • Layout

    30 Total Units in 10 Stories

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This modest complex provides one of the more affordable avenues to condo ownership in Orange Beach. Perdido Quay, constructed in 1987, contains 30 two-bedroom units with a matching number of bathrooms. Three units per level, which are 1425 square feet each, make this 10-floor complex a low-density complex. A modest-sized kitchen opens into a living room that usually includes space for a small dining area. A private covered balcony extends from the living room and looks out onto the sugar sand beaches of the Gulf of Mexico. Units contain all the expected features like washer/dryer hookups and, depending on renovation efforts, granite countertops and tile floors throughout.

A smallish pool faces the sugar sands of Perdido Beach and there is a deck area as well. Perdido Quay also has a small seating area under a covered section of the bottom floor facing the Gulf of Mexico. A boardwalk from the eastern portion of the building travels through an area with mature palm trees to the Gulf of Mexico. An uncovered parking lot is available and there is a two-car maximum. Recreational vehicles and boat trailers are prohibited. Perdido Quay is located a half mile from Perdido Pass and a little less than a mile from the Florida border. To the east of Perdido Quay is the four-story Marlin Key condos and directly to the west is undeveloped land. The nearest condominium complex to the west is the nine-floor Lei Lani.

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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