“Fairhope has beautiful homes, architecture, agriculture and is close to the Gulf Coast’s white sandy beaches. It’s a great place to raise a family and a great place to retire.” - Cindy Zebryk
FAIRHOPE, Ala. (PRWEB) July 17, 2018
Rick Bragg (Stories from the Blue Moon Cafe), Winston Groom (Forrest Gump), Jimmy Buffett (“Margaritaville”), Fanny Flagg (Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Cafe) and dozens of authors have made Fairhope, Alabama, home. “Fairhope is home to more authors per capita than any place else in the country,” Fairhope author Sonny Brewer is quoted as saying. “At one point not many years back, three local writers were on the New York Times Bestsellers’ list.”
Fairhope’s population is about 18,000, and it is sometimes called the Carmel of the South. It sits on a sloping plateau, along Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay which also encompasses Spanish Fort, Daphne and Point Clear. Many people who work in nearby Mobile, AL, prefer to live across the bay where life is a slower pace. “Fairhope is about true southern hospitality,” says local Million Dollar Guild Award-winner Zebryk, “and is home to the best people in the world who care about community and one another.”
Flower boxes and flower beds line the streets of Fairhope’s Downtown, where the annual Lighting of the Trees from November through Mardi Gras is one of the town’s most prized traditions. “Fairhope has beautiful homes, architecture, agriculture and is close to the Gulf Coast’s white sandy beaches,” says local Realtor Zebryk. “It’s a great place to raise a family and a great place to retire.” She also touts the “low property taxes, its municipal pier, locally owned boutiques and restaurants, live theater, golfing, boating, fishing, biking, parks, and churches.”
Zebryk says Fairhope has the “best sunsets in the world...Lots of family events, including holiday parades, movies in the park and First Friday Art Walk.” The town is full of history and “jubilees.” A jubilee is the local name for a natural phenomenon that sporadically happens usually from June to September on the shores of Mobile Bay, a large inlet of water on Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Jubilees are celebrated, attracting large crowds who come for the abundance of easy-to-catch seafood that comes to the shoreline.
These are a few of the secrets Zebryk is giving away, “If you’re considering relocation, the secret is out: Fairhope, Alabama.”
About Cindy Zebryk, Coldwell Banker
Cindy Zebryk is a Coldwell Banker Global Luxury specialist and is a Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, and awarded the Million Dollar Guild recognition based on outstanding performance in the million-dollar-plus luxury home market. She specializes in coastal waterfront homes, golf course homes, condominiums, retirement/second homes and land. She is the #1 Agent for CBRP for the past 4 years. For more information, please call (251) 680-7964, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.realtorcindyz.com.
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