Escape and unwind at your retreat in the Spanish Fort’s Highland Park! Tucked away in what seems to be a mountainous landscape and removed from the chaos of city life, Highland Park is an escape from daily life. You will be living in luxury!
Come experience the serene home sites that will definitely exceed your expectations with interiors that have the custom-built look, three-car garages, and fully sodded yards in the City of Spanish Fort! DSLD Homes’ new home construction, in this premier neighborhood, offers beautiful natural gas homes with painted or stained cabinetry, granite, heavy trim, hardwood flooring, and brick exteriors with Hardie board accents. Top it off with recessed canned lighting, crown molding, a custom tiled shower with a frameless door in the Master Bath, framed mirrors, and so many energy-efficient features that you are going to be ready to start building your new home in Highland Park.
Spanish Fort is known for its rich history dating back to the pre-civil war era and has become a mecca for those desiring to make their home on the Eastern Shore. Just a mere ten miles from Mobile, Spanish Fort features many beautiful waterways and parks including Blakely State Park which hosts walking nature trails, camping, cabin rentals, and delta cruises. The Five Rivers Delta Center is another great opportunity for those who enjoy the outdoors. For those who prefer the more indoor social or shopping scene, Spanish Fort’s Eastern Shore Centre offers exceptional shopping with stores such as Dillard’s, Belk, and Bass Pro, to just name a few. Our restaurants are abundant as well with some of the finest seafood on the Mobile Bay Causeway as well as American, Mexican, and Italian. We play host to a large bowling alley, Cineplex, and some of the best ball fields around. Speaking of ball, Spanish Fort High School's football program has held claim to four state championships during its thirteen-year existence, and the school is considered one of the best in the state with an 18.30 student/adult ratio. Located only 17 miles away is Fairhope Alabama. This walkable resort community hosts a rich history, quaint shops, pleasant scenery, and many historic cottages.