Properties for Sale in Lillian, AL

Lillian is an unincorporated community in Baldwin County, Alabama, centered around Perdido Bay’s bridge crossing. The Perdido Bay Bridge was constructed back in 1916, one of the first crossings in the region connecting Alabama and Florida states. As the town of Josephine nearby, Lillian was named after the local postmaster’s daughter during its early years. The community was planned to be a resort town due to the beautiful beaches along its coast and beautiful inland features. Nowadays, the town serves several purposes, including being a bedroom community for nearby city centers, agricultural farmsteads on its inland areas, and of course, its beautiful beaches.

Real Estate in the community includes a collection of lovely suburban residential developments that feature well-built single-family homes surrounded by well-preserved wooded areas. There are plenty of vacant lots in these subdivisions providing buyers the opportunity to build from scratch. Further west, interested parties can purchase agricultural farmlands that have fertile soil and is in a region with weather that allows for year-round crop farming. The highlight of Lillian, however, is the beautiful waterfront properties that line its coast. These homes typically feature lovely beaches and small docks that provide a safe inland space for their boats. For additional information on available real estate in the area, please check our homes for sale section down below or feel free to contact our team for any questions.

Market Overview

Lillian Real Estate Statistics

Median Home Price

$185,500

Price Per Square Feet

$125

Average Days on Market

73 Days

Households

556

Home Ownership

86.9%

Median Rent

$650

What's To Love

Lillian is a beautiful bayfront community that provides fantastic water features and well-planned residential developments. The nearby bridge crossing provides residents easy access to nearby cities in Florida. The area is also a short drive away from notable attractions in the southern portion of Baldwin County and the micropolitan region along Mobile Bay.

What's Not To Love

A major downside of Lillian is the significant commute time from most urban areas in the region. There are also a few notable attractions in town, meaning you have to take a bit of a drive to visit nearby cities for most recreational activities. For those coming from northern states, the weather is quite humid in Baldwin County, which can be a bit of a concern for some buyers.

Is it for me?

Who is this community for

Lillian is an ideal home option for buyers looking for a family-friendly community with low crime rates and mid-priced suburban residences. Beachfront homes provide boat owners direct access to Perdido Bay, which connects to the ocean and other major waterways in the region. Although quite high due to most developments featuring relatively larger home builds and spacious home lots, home prices are well-priced compared to similar communities along the coast.

Find Your Home

Latest properties for sale in Lillian

48
Active

$1,875,000

9385 County Road 91

Lillian, AL, 36549
Beds5Baths4SqFt4,785MLS#317826
50
Active

$1,700,000

11080 County Road 99

Lillian, AL, 36549
Beds4Baths3SqFt3,000MLS#315010
32
Active

$1,185,000

12924 4th Street

Lillian, AL, 36549
Beds3Baths2SqFt1,880MLS#315783
26
Active

$799,000

9410 Bayview Drive

Lillian, AL, 36549
Beds4Baths2SqFt1,653MLS#317559
36
Active

$499,000

31741 Randolf Ave

Lillian, AL, 36549
Beds5Baths2SqFt2,933MLS#320327
40
Active

$385,000

10682 Ficus Lane

Lillian, AL, 36549
Beds4Baths3SqFt3,000MLS#318280
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Meet the locals

Who Lives in Lillian, Alabama

Population

1,330

Median Age

60

Median Household Income

$60,031

Associates Degree or Higer

28.71%

Cost of Living Index

87.8

Elderly Percentage

42.41%

Entertainment

Things to do in Lillian

Lillian Community Club

Local community center hosting various events and gatherings.

Lillian United Methodist Church

Local community church servicing the many families living in the community.

Lillian Recreational Park

Well-developed ballpark with multiple ball fields and outdoor amenities.

Lillian Perdido Bay Library

Public library offering educational and research resources to the community.

Education

Schools in Lillian

School NameGradesAdmission
Saint Benedict Catholic SchoolPK - 8Private
Elberta High School9 - 12Public
Elberta Elementary SchoolK - 5Public
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