Orange Beach, Alabama is a centrally-located coastal community in Baldwin County. Orange Beach is flanked by Gulf Shores, Alabama to the west and Perdido Key, Florida to the east. Orange Beach is popular for its breathtaking sugar-white sands and for being home to some of the best inland fishing spots on the Gulf Coast.
Wherever you are in Orange Beach, it only takes a few minutes to get to the Gulf Shores Hangout or Flora-Bama Lounge & Oyster Bar, which is particularly helpful during the times when these locations are hosting large annual events. Orange Beach is home to the famous Wharf Amphitheater, which also hosts numerous concerts throughout the year in addition to smaller weekly and monthly events.
Orange Beach is primarily a vacation destination and there are a number of condos all over the city that investors purchase and then rent out throughout the year. From upscale resorts like Turquoise Place to more modest condos like Emerald Skye, there is a wide variety of condos to stay in during your time in Orange Beach. Many of the Gulf-front condos feature private boardwalks down to the beach while those that are not directly on the Gulf frequently have views of the inland waterways and onsite boat slips.
While Orange Beach is a great place to visit, it’s also a spectacular place to purchase a second home or primary residence to enjoy the beach all year long. Waterfront subdivisions like Ono Island and Cotton Bayou are particularly popular among home buyers looking to stay close to the beach, but still out of the way of the crowded downtown area. Whether you’re only here part of the year or all year long, Orange Beach is quickly becoming one of the most popular areas to buy a house in, in Baldwin County.
Sea Chase is a large resort-style condominium. Like Caribe, this condo is made up of three towers and the amenities are designed for vacationers looking to make the most out of their time here. Unlike Caribe, Sea Chase is a Gulf-front condo just steps away from the Gulf of Mexico. Sea Chase is in the same area of Romar Beach as the Summer House and Opal condos.