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Regency Isle

Perdido Beach Orange Beach

Highlights

  • Waterfront

  • Exercise

  • Outdoor Pool

    Yes

  • Boating

    No

  • Indoor Pool

  • Tennis

Location

Address

29348 Perdido Beach Blvd
Orange Beach, AL 36561

Sq Ft Range

1,300 - 1,700

Additional Details

  • View

  • Age

    Built in 2002

  • Bedroom Units

    2,3

  • Layout

Rental Income Potential Rating

4/5 Stars

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This condominium complex competes with the more luxurious high rises in the area with its beachfront location and generously adorned units. Built in 2002, Regency Isle consists of 112 units over 12 floors. The complex is made up of two-bedroom and three-bedroom units that range in size from a little more than 1,300 square feet to about 1,700 square feet. Two-bedroom units have 2.5 bathrooms and three-bedroom may have 3 or 3.5 bathrooms. Kitchens have granite countertops, a wet bar with ice maker, and living rooms have nine-foot ceilings and sliders that look out onto the sugar sands of the Gulf of Mexico. Bathrooms off the master bedrooms have a Jacuzzi tub, units have a full-sized water heater, and space for full-sized washer/dryers is available. An over-sized terrace can be accessed from the living room and master bedroom and wifi is available throughout the building.

An outdoor pool facing the beach is heated in the winter months and a barbecue area, gazebo, expansive sun deck, hot tub, and putting area are available. Inside amenities include a heated pool, a sauna, steam room, fitness room, and activity room with a television and games. Covered parking is on the first two floors and there is a two-car maximum. The Regency Isle is a few steps away from the Florida border and about 10 miles from State Highway 59. Directly east of the condominium complex is a single-family home and Broadmoor is directly to the west. The nearest condominium complex to the east, Phoenix IX, is two doors away.


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About Perdido Beach Orange 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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