Located in the northern portion of Mobile County, just off I-65 and 19 miles north of Mobile, Creola is home to over 1,800 residents. The city has retained much of its small town charm despite its remarkable growth. Be part of a close-knit community. Enjoy big city conveniences. Only Creola can give you the best of both worlds.
Those who live here also have access to outdoor attractions like Mobile Bay and the sandy beaches along the Gulf of Mexico, which is an hour’s drive from the city. Spend your days boating, fishing, and swimming.
The city also has its fair share of shops, restaurants, schools, and hospitals, giving you everything you need to be comfortable. The warm and welcoming environment will make you feel like you belong – so you can set down some roots and experience the best that Mobile County has to offer.
Real estate in Creola, AL
The housing market consists mainly of single-family homes. Vacant land on which to build your dream home is also available.
The majority of residences have 3drooms, offering sufficient space for a growing family. Granite countertops, custom cabinetry, and tray ceilings are common home features.
Notable neighborhoods include:
- Deadlake Road Area
- Lister Dairy Road
- Tolbert Road
Find the perfect home in Creola. Jackson & Associates Realty would be glad to assist you. Call Angie Jackson at 251-675-8455 or send an email to AJackson5485(at)Bellsouth(dotted)net for more information.
Attractions and activities in and around Creola, AL
- Louisiana Cajun Market & Deli
Come to this market and deli for a quick bite. Louisiana is one of the most popular lunch spots in Creola. You can also take your pick from a rich assortment of meats on display to take home.
- Platt’s Food Store
Get some shopping done at Platt’s Food Store, where you’ll find a variety of food, toiletries, cleaning implements, and home supplies.
- Stoney’s BBQ
Drop by Stoney’s for some of the best barbecue in town. Sink your teeth into some beef brisket, smoked sausage, baked potato, and other tasty dishes. Be sure to come early, because the place is usually packed during lunchtime.
- Chalkboard Kitchen
This casual dining restaurant in Saraland brings you meatloaf, sandwiches, salads, fries, and other delicious food. The attentive staff will make your meal even more memorable. Grab a table for dinner, or have some takeout to eat at home.
- Rock N’ Roll Sushi
Also in Saraland, this sushi restaurant offers amazing food and great service. The relaxed atmosphere makes it a great hangout spot on the weekends.
- Hwy 43 Package
The local liquor store offers a large selection of beer, wine, and spirits. If you’re entertaining friends and family at home, drop by Hwy 43 Package for some booze.
- Mobile Bay
Go boating and fishing. An inlet of the Gulf of Mexico, Mobile Bay is rich in wildlife and vegetation. Keep an eye out for the birds and turtles that live here, or just sit back and admire the scenery.
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