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Tidewater

Alabama Point Beach Orange Beach

Highlights

  • Waterfront

  • Exercise

    Yes

  • Outdoor Pool

    Yes

  • Boating

    No

  • Indoor Pool

    Yes

  • Tennis

Location

Address

26750 Perdido Beach Blvd
Orange Beach, AL 36561

Sq Ft Range

600 - 1,300

Additional Details

  • View

  • Age

    Built in 1999

  • Bedroom Units

    1,2,3

  • Layout

    102 Total Units in 12 Stories

Rental Income Potential Rating

2/5 Stars

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This basic condominium complex has all you’ll need if a beachfront condo is on your wish list. The complex, built in 1999, has a mix of one-bedroom, two bedroom, and three-bedroom units that range in size from 600 square feet to 1,300 square feet. The 12-story building has a total of 102 units and the modest kitchens may or may not have granite countertops. Units have the same number of bathrooms as bedrooms and each has a private balcony with views of the Gulf of Mexico. Corner units have wrap-around porches with additional views of Perdido Pass to the east and Romar Beach to the west. Condos on the higher floors also have views of Ole River. Room is available for a full washer/dryer and hallway bunk beds are embedded in one-bedroom units to provide additional sleeping options.

A swimming pool looks out onto the sugar sands of Romar Beach and an additional pool inside is heated. Other amenities include a hot tub, spa, exercise room, steam room/sauna, barbecue area, and boardwalk to the beach. The uncovered parking lot is gated, landscaped and has a two-car maximum. Boat slips across the street may be available. Tidewater is a little more the three miles from the Florida border and 7.5 miles from Highway 59, known locally as the “T.” Smaller retailers and dining options are just across the street from Tidewater. To the east is Phoenix VI and directly to the west is a single-family home. The nearest condominium complex to the west, The Island House, is two doors down.


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