One of the last true untouched coastal fishing villages: Bayou La Batre! Live right in the middle of this quaint fishing village that was settled in 1786 with a view of harbor on a gorgeous 3 acre lot with a lot of extras. Enjoy the Blessing of the Fleet celebration in the Spring and the Taste of the Bayou Seafood festival in September as well as the fictional location of where Forrest Gump honored his friend, Bubba. Per the seller, new 30 year roof May 2021, new 3 ton heat pump (10 yr warranty) Feb 2017, new deck Oct 2016, water heater 2016, new flooring 2021, new ceramic countertops 2020, and interior/exterior paint 2021. (all improvements per seller) The home features a plan that has a large vaulted beam family room with fireplace open to the custom stained cabinetry in the kitchen with ceramic tiled countertops. The cabinetry features a lot of extra like pull out pantry section and nice interiors. All appliances to remain. The kitchen and dining area opens to beautiful french doors to a backyard deck with a nice fenced in area for your animals. There are two bedrooms at the back with the primary bedroom being 15 x 11 with plumbed in area for an extra sink as this bathroom also opens to the hall. The primary bedroom opens onto an amazing huge double deck that overlooks an area where you can put an above ground pool or use the existing one. The other bedroom is 13 x 11. An extra "flex" room 14 x 10 with a large window that overlooks the front yard has been used as a third bedroom. It adjoins the laundry room. There is potential here to utilize the 8 x 8 laundry area and adjoining outside storage (6x5) to make a 2nd bathroom and this could be another primary en suite bedroom. Currently, it is a 3 bedroom/ 1 bathroom. In the 3 acre property, which is gorgeous and dotted with massive live oaks, there are extra buildings to use for your outdoor storage: near the house is a garage area that could be a workshop and another building to store water equipment,
Bayou La Batre, known as the Seafood Capital of Alabama, is a fishing community home to many shipyards and local fisherman. Large, moss-draped oak trees provide a scenic drive along the town’s waterfront with views of Dauphin Island in the distance. The small town’s name may sound familiar. It was featured in Forrest Gump and has since been associated with Tom Hanks’ widely-popular character. Another nod to Hollywood, the Black Pearl from Pirates of the Caribbean was built for Disney Studios in this small shrimping community.
Listed 86 days ago by Bellator Real Estate & Dev. Mobile
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