Welcome to Stone Creek

 

Stone Creek offers a lifestyle and perfect setting for the home of your dreams in beautiful Fairhope, Alabama. In a natural and relaxing environment, you'll enjoy broad expansive boulevards, free flowing rock water features, lush landscaping, walking trails, lakes, a waterfall, and a village gathering place that includes a lodge, a pool, tennis courts, and an outdoor fireplace with an amazing view of a stocked lake and expansive wetland preserve. Stone Creek encompasses all of these things and more.

 

The main goal of Stone Creek is to maintain a seamless transition between nature and home. A former hunting preserve, this community combines the convenience of city living within the serenity of nature's arena.

 

With a wide array of lot sizes and home designs from villa size lots and estate size boulevard lots to creek front living, Stone Creek has a place for you no matter what point you are at in life. All the amenities in addition to the lifestyle carefully created in harmony with nature make Stone Creek an exceptional place to live.

The Olde Lodge at
Stone  Creek

The Olde Lodge at Stone Creek provides a gathering place for Stone Creek residents. It is ideal for nieghborhood gatherings or hosting private parties. The back porch has a large outdoor fireplace and overlooks the Stone Creek Swimming Pool and Lake. For Lodge Rules and private rental information, please see the Neighborhood Info section. 

Stone Creek
Tennis Courts
Stone Creek Tennis

Residents of Stone Creek offers private tennis couts for the families and guests to enjoy. For Tennis Court Rules, please see the Neighborhood Info section. 

Stone Creek
Swimming Pool
 

The Olde Lodge at Stone Creek is equipped with a lagoon-style swimming pool with zero entry splashpad and waterfalls for its residents and guests. Pool passes are required. Please see pool rules in the Neighborhood Info section.

The Lakes at Stone Creek

Stone Creek's 3 stocked lakes throughout the neighborhood provide a good balance of natural beauty to the neighborhood. Residents can often be seen fishing around the banks of these lakes.