Sweetbay originated when a group of Montessori families and teachers created a new home for an elementary program transitioning from another school. In response to local demand for more quality
Alys Beach is Dazzling!
This past Sunday I went to Alys Beach. There’s no need for a “Welcome to Alys Beach” sign.
It’s clear you’ve entered something different—something special—dazzlingly in this place of special communities, this one stands out.
I love the Art work for the outside spaces it is nothing but fun!
I enjoy every time I get to show Alys Beach to customers, I think I have have more fun than they do.
Elton Stephens named the 158 acres today known as Alys Beach after his wife, Alys.
Alys Beach homes boast of the courtyards.
The designers learned that while residents love engaging in public realms like parks and greenspaces, they want privacy at home.
As opposed to front porches, which can feel more like a front-row seat to a busy boulevard, walled courtyards privatize the outdoors.
Alys Beach is delivering on its long-held promise, and the transformation is being done in a way that respects the natural beauty of the area and the distinctive architecture that drives the town’s uniqueness.
The glamorous Caliza treats both homeowners and rental guests to a long list of exclusive amenities—a hundred-foot, zero-entry saltwater pool, a shallow family pool with a play fountain, a lap pool with a poolside iPod port for underwater music, and a spa whirlpool.
Alys Beach is designed to be walkable, with easy access to the town center’s many shops and restaurants. It seems like new shops springing up daily. The concept of Alys Beach is one luxury, style, and elegant living at the beach.
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Thank you, Gena
Coming from the suburbs of Birmingham, Alabama to live on the Gulf Coast for the past 31 years from Pensacola to Mobile and now to Walton County, my wonderful husband and I continue to enjoy the slowe....
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