A new luxury waterfront 92 single-family home development is planned for the Innerarity Point area and developers say its design was inspired by 30A and Seaside communities.
Lauren Holstman, vice president of aDoor Properties, said construction will soon begin on Phase I of Redfish Harbor at Innerarity Point, which will include 36 homes and amenities like a community dock and boat slips, outdoor living and workout areas, a pickleball court and we buy houses real estate pool. The second phase will be another 36 homes as well as the sale of 20 waterfront lots for customized homes.
“The neighborhood it’s going to be unlike anything else I think that Perdido or any of the surrounding areas have really seen,” she said. “We’ve developed a community where we want to kind of bring it back to nature.”
The development was designed with native plants, meant to require little to no irrigation. The houses will also have a color scheme focused on colors found in nature rather than traditional bright colors found in beach communities.
Holstman declined to share the price of the homes, but they will range form 1,700 to 2,400 square feet.
Breaking ground on Redfish Harbor is coming shortly after the Innerarity Point and Perdido Key areas were hit hard by Hurricane Sally. The property upon which the homes will be built fared pretty well during the storm, however, and saw no high water. Holstman said.