Beachwalk is a camel-back 2 story luxury residence located in the new 35 home community of Heritage Shores. Beachwalk easily sleeps 12 and comes fully equipped with all the comforts of home. Our open floor plan and upstairs master suite makes it perfect for large families and more. We are uniquely situated between the dazzling white sands of the Gulf and the idyllic views of Mobile Bay. Enjoy morning coffee on the deck overlooking the beautiful waters of Mobile Bay. Watch pelicans and dolphins feed along the shoreline while shrimp boats harvest your next meal. Beachwalk is very close to Heritage Shores two swimming pools and a 3 minute walk to the beautiful beach. Return to the era of private residences on uncrowded beaches while being able to enjoy fishing and Championship golf just a few miles away.
Take advantage of the excellent dining on the coast and enjoy the exceptional shopping offered by one of the most popular vacation destinations in the South.
Beachwalk offers a private master bedroom suite upstairs that sleeps four (king and sleeper sofa )and has its own private deck. There are three bedrooms downstairs, a second (king) master bedroom with private bath, a Queen with private bath and bunk beds (2) with a full bathroom.
A large family room and open kitchen makes an ideal setting for families to mix and mingle. All bedrooms and the family room are equipped with tvs and dvd players. On-site amenities include 2 large swimming pools, tennis court, basketball court and a private neighborhood gazebo all for residents only.
Relax on one of our two large decks overlooking scenic Mobile Bay. The white sands and clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico also await. Beachwalk is fully equipped to provide a fulfilling vacation experience.
Other rental homes in the neighborhood make Heritage Shores a great place for large families and friends to vacation together; let us know if you need suggestions on another house nearby.
Beachwalk is located near the eastern end of the Fort Morgan Peninsula which is well known for its history, natural trails and marine treasures. The site of Fort Morgan is 3 miles east of Beachwalk. This 175 year old fort played the central role in the Battle of Mobile Bay and was in active duty during the Spanish American War and World Wars I and II .
Next to the Fort is Mobile Bay Ferry Landing, boat ramp and pier. Launch your boat (for 1 dollar) to fish inshore or offshore or just fish off the pier. Leave your car at the ferry landing and ride the ferry (walk-ons are $6.00 round trip and children under 12 free) over to Dauphin Island where Fort Gaines and the Dauphin Island Sea Lab Estuarium are within a short walking distance.
The Fort Morgan Peninsula also hosts the National Bon Secor Wildlife refuge which boasts 7000 acres of protected woodlands, wetlands and over 1 mile ocean beach. Walk trails to the beach or Mobile Bay and see Alabama’s coastal wildlife and beautiful wetland scenes. There are ten bird watching sites on the Peninsula which are all part of Alabama’s Coastal Birding trail and among the favorites of our growing bird watching population.
Fishing in the surf is a great pastime where pompano and whiting can be regularly caught as well as bluefish, flounder, red fish and even the occasional mackerel.
Bedroom 1 - King bed and sleeper sofa suite, private bath w/ large walkin shower
Bedroom 2 - King bed, ensuite double sink bathroom w/ shower/ tub
Bedroom 3 - Queen bed, private bath with walkin shower
Bedroom 4 - Bunk beds, private bath with shower/tub
Living Room - has a large sofa, overstuffed chairs and a great view of Mobile Bay.
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