MOBILE, AL REAL ESTATE
Rich in history, Mobile was founded by French explorer Jean Baptiste LeMoyne of Bienville in 1702. French, English, Spanish and Native American influences have blended to create a unique culture influencing everything from our celebration of Mardi Gras to the gumbo we eat to the architecture of our homes. Mobile is a picturesque city located at the mouth of the Mobile River and the edge of Mobile Bay, leading to the Gulf of Mexico containing the 12th largest port in the United States.
FIND YOUR MOBILE DREAM HOME
Live the Southern life you’ve always wanted in Mobile, AL.
A picturesque coastal city with thriving businesses and strong community. Covering 2,828 square miles, Mobile offers plenty of housing, business opportunities and things to do.
Downtown Mobile is full of creativity and charm located along the center of the Gulf Coast.
MidTown Mobile is considered to be a historic district in the city of Mobile, Alabama.
Mid Mobile is an area where everyone comes ready with a smile and a wave, and soon you’ll feel like you fit right in.
If you are looking for a simpler way of life, then West Mobile is the place for you.
The Paris of the South, South Mobile has long been the cultural center of the Gulf Coast.
North Mobile is perfectly nested in beautiful southwest Alabama and full of small towns surrounding the main interstate on I65.
Located at the southernmost point of Alabama- 3 miles south of the Mobile Bay.
Baldwin County Alabama is located along the shores of the Gulf of Mexico and Mobile Bay.
Located north of Mobile County with a total area of 1,089 square miles, of which 8.4 square miles is water.
More About Mobile Alabama
As one of the oldest cities in the United States, our city combines Southern tradition, beauty and charm with all the elements of a fast-growing, successful community. In 30 minutes you can be on the sandy-white beaches of Dauphin Island in south Mobile County, or ferry from there across Mobile Bay to Gulf Shores in a few minutes more. The mountains of northern Alabama are within a few hours’ drive. Mobile’s diversity is mirrored in a plethora of activities. From the Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo to fresh water fishing, antique shopping to outlet bargains, baseball to football, museums to the modern IMAX Dome Theater, tee-time on the course to tea time at a historic Plantation home, world-renown Bellingrath Gardens to the Battleship USS Alabama, Dauphin Island Sailboat Regatta to greyhound racing, Mardi Gras to the Christmas parade of Boats along Dog River – Mobile is a great place to live and work. The $9 million Hank Aaron Stadium, named after Mobile’s “Home Run King,” is where you can cheer for Mobile’s Bay Bears, the AA baseball farm team to the San Diego Padres. Mobile is home to the University of South Alabama’s Jaguars, who’s newly found football team we cheer on during the fall. Coupled with the nationally known, Senior Bowl, football program one can get acquainted with future legends of the sport.
Mobile Alabama Facts
- Mobile was founded in 1702 and celebrated its Tercentennial in 2002.
- Mobile Bay is home to the original Mardi Gras in this country, instituted in 1704, 62 years before New Orleans adopted the celebration.
- Mobile Bay is the hometown of baseball hall-of-famers Hank Aaron, Ozzie Smith and Satchel Paige.
- Mobile Bay area welcomes more that 2.7 million visitors a year.
- Mobile is home to the GMAC Bowl, Senior Bowl, the Alabama Deep Sea Fishing Rodeo, the Dauphin Island Regatta and America’s Junior Miss Pageant.
- The Mobile Tennis Center is the nation’s largest public facility with 50 hard courts in one location.
- Regional golfing is among the nations finest, with more than 25 courses. Golf Digest ranked Mobile in the top five Best Medium Size Golf Cities in the United States.
- Mobile is known as the city of six flags having flown under the French, Spanish, British, Republic of Alabama, Confederacy and United States of America flags.
- Mobile is known as the Azalea City, thanks to Frise Langlois who first brought the bright pink blossoms here from his father’s garden in Toulouse, France in 1754.