Perdido Bluff

Perdido Bluff

Coastal Region

Plantation · Conservation · Development

Strategically located on the Alabama side of Perdido Bay in Baldwin County which boasts majority of all of the growth in the entire State of Alabama and region.

Perdido Bluff
With an abudance of wildlife in an incredible natural setting, this property could be the next Palmetto Bluff, Spring Island or left as a plantation and one of the most valuable conservation easement opportunities in the entire Southeast. This plantation is one of the best large acreage investment opportunities in the Southeast.

“Even we had no idea an opportunity like this still existed. We look for investment opportunities to harvest and store wealth through conservation easements, long term hold or conservation communities. As such we know most of the large best places and have every single undeveloped large tract on Florida's Gulf coast mapped, sold some and brought offers on the last two. Whats left will take $40M to $60M to buy and the reason they are left is poor location and poor opportunity. However, while we knew across Perdido bay on the Alabama side lies the fastest growing coastal county in the nation complete with great places like Fairhope and the furthest western most white sandy beaches, we assumed there were no good large coastal property opportunities left.”

- Jon Kohler

Perdido Bluff

Perdido Bluff Plantation is located just minutes from booming developments along the Alabama coast

The "undisputed king of growth" according to, Baldwin County has "a land mass larger than Rhode Island" and "features no single large metro. Instead, it's a proliferation of smaller cities and their residential surrounds…the southern half is exploding, from Spanish Fort to Daphne and Fairhope, across to Loxley, Robertdale and Foley, and down to Gulf Shores and Orange Beach." The county has experienced a 39% increase in residential properties since 2011 with home sales in each year topping those of the previous year.

According to the Alabama Tourism Department:

  • Tourism expenditures in Alabama have increased a whopping 96 percent from 2003 to 2016.
  • For the sixth year in a row, Alabama set a new record in annual tourism expenditures for 2016.
  • More than 25.8 million people visited last year, up 2.5 percent over the 25.2 million people who came in 2015.

Baldwin County played one of the most significant roles in Alabama's economic boom. According to - "Baldwin County, home to Alabama's sugar-white sand beaches, leads in the way - by far - in tourism activity. The 6.3 million visitors to Baldwin County represented a 3.3 percent bounce from 2015, and is nearly one-fourth of all the tourists who visit Alabama each year.

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"Discover historic Fairhope, AL with this photo essay from Coastal Living"

"People love the beach when its blue skies and sunshine," said Herb Malone, president/CEO of Gulf Shores & Orange Beach, the tourism arm of coastal Alabama. "But besides the growth over the summer, we have grown in our shoulder seasons, particularly our fall and early winter. ... It's a lot of dynamics at work coming together."

"In booming Baldwin, which is also Alabama's fastest-growing county in population since the 2010 U.S. Census, Malone and others anticipate further spikes in tourism with an influx in sporting-related events in Foley, Gulf Shores and Fairhope as well as the summer opening of the OWA amusement park in Foley.

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OWA Theme Park video, courtesy IAAPA 2016

Perdido Bluff
Perdido Bluff

Prices, plans, uses, dimensions, boundaries, locations, specifications, material, and availability are subject to change without notice. Illustrations are artist's depictions only. This is not an offering in the states where prior registration is required. Conceptual sketches depicted are representative of architectural styles that could be developed at Blackwater. There are currently no entitlements on the Blackwater property. There are some permits in hand that if applicable will be transferred to new owner.

of Perdido Bluff

  • 3,636 acres Plantation, Baldwin County, AL
  • Arguably last great, large undeveloped intercostal property along the entire Gulf Coast
  • Located in booming Baldwin County, boasting majority of all growth in the 3 state region!
  • Located Just 25 minutes from Perdido Key & Perdido Pass itself is a little more than a 40 minute ride by boat
  • Located on the upper headwaters of Perdido Bay with deep water access to the Gulf
  • 2.5 miles on both sides of the Blackwater River
  • ¾ mile on the Perdido River/upper bay
  • Reeder Lake- a 70 acre intercoastal freshwater lake w dolphins!
  • Contains one of the largest stands of wiregrass/longleaf in the region
  • Conceptual plan with significant pre-development having already occurred by one of the best developers in the country
  • Site Plans for conservation minded development community with 900 home sites
  • Access road for development use already complete
  • Road systems throughout property
  • Fully-constructed sales office
  • Exceptional Uplands with fire managed wiregrass, mature longleaf pine, live oaks & a great stands of planted pine
  • Live Oaks and Magnolias scattered throughout
  • Plentiful wildlife
  • Strategically located on the Alabama side of Perdido Bay
  • Meticulously groomed & Pre-development planning by one of the largest developers in the South
  • Located just north of Gulf Shores & Orange Beach, AL
  • Less than 25 minute drive to white sand beaches, Pensacola FL hospitals, & shopping & 40 minutes from Fairhope, named one of the most notable small towns in America
  • Hundreds of thousands of dollars of delineations, studies, engineering and years worth of work
  • Simply priced at what a typical Thomasville, Albany or Charleston plantations sell for.

3,636 +/- Acres
Now Available
$4,125 per acre



Jon Kohler

Mobile: 850-508-2999