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The Pass

Cotton Bayou Orange Beach


  • Waterfront

  • Exercise


  • Outdoor Pool


  • Boating


  • Indoor Pool


  • Tennis



27501 Perdido Beach Blvd
Orange Beach, AL 36561

Sq Ft Range

1,500 - 2,200

Additional Details

  • View

  • Age

    Built in 2002

  • Bedroom Units


  • Layout

    57 Total Units in 6 Stories

Rental Income Potential Rating

3/5 Stars

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Condos here are the closest to Perdido Pass you can get without needing a towel. This 6-story building, built in 2002, is next to the entranceway to the Gulf of Mexico and has bayside boat slips available for those looking to take advantage of the Alabama Point location. The complex has 57 units and is made up of two-bedroom, three-bedroom and four-bedroom units that range in size from 1,500 square feet to 2,200 square feet. The large open floor plan includes a sizable kitchen with granite countertops, a wet bar and access to a private balcony. Units may have a half bathroom in addition to the two to four full bathrooms. Master bedrooms include a bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub. The private balcony is accessed from the living room and master bedroom. Some units also have a wrap-around balcony. Only week-long rentals allowed, units may have assigned boat slips and The Pass is served by a pair of elevators.

An outdoor pool faces Terry Cove and Robinson Island. Other amenities include an indoor pool, exercise room, pier, boat slips, a gazebo, private marina and barbecue area. The uncovered parking lot has a two-car maximum. The Pass is at the foot of the bridge over Perdido Pass and a little more than 8 miles from the junction with Highway 59, also known as the “T.” To the east of the condominium complex is Perdido Pass Charters and to the west is the Mariner Pass condominium development.

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About Cotton Bayou Orange Beach

The neighbor to Terry Cove, Cotton Bayou is one of the best locations in Orange Beach for residential life. Like Terry Cove this area provides for perfect water access for fishing and island exploring! Most residents in this area are either primary reside

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