Located between Fairhope and Daphne, unincorporated Montrose (French for Rose Hill) exudes an air of settled, understated grace among the manicured manors of the mid-19th century. Some of those manors are still located on the bluff overlooking Mobile Bay. The Ecor Rouge, or red bluffs, are well-known and can clearly be seen by water and by air.
Montrose offers many breathtaking waterfront homes as well as small residential areas that are just as spectacular in their simplicity. The oak trees that hang over Scenic Hwy 98 and the colorful azaleas running along the coastline both give a beautiful view of the southern charm this little community has to offer.
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