Waterfront Townhome/Townhouse For Sale

404 1st, Galveston

2  2.0    Sq Ft: 1440  

Waterfront Condo For Sale

6300 Seawall Blvd, Galveston

1  1.0    Sq Ft: 474  

Home For Sale

4235 Pelican Lane, Galveston

4  3.0    Sq Ft: 1593  
Acres: 0.211  

Commercial For Sale

5717 Stewart Avenue, Galveston

 0.0    Sq Ft: 7103  

Lot For Sale

1424 - 45th Street, Galveston

 Sq Ft: 104805  
Acres: 2.406  
Galveston Real Estate Specialist
Tracey Nowlin with RE/MAX Leading Edge in TX advertising on BeachHouse.com
Serving the Galveston Area
Tracey Nowlin, RE/MAX Leading Edge
3616 7 Mile Road, Galveston, TX 75554
+1 409-682-4618

Galveston - Reasons to Buy Real Estate Here

Galveston is home to 32 miles of stunning Texas shoreline. There's a piece waiting just for you! Galveston has warm water 7-8 months out of the year and gets down to about 60 degrees (F) at its coldest, or up to 87 degrees at its warmest.

Beaches in Galveston are well-maintained, combed for seaweed and laden with fine, greyish sand. In recent years, Galveston has also developed Crystal Beach, a large white sand beach on the Bolivar Peninsula.

Where can I buy a beach house in Texas?
We have many listings right here on BeachHouse.com! Call Tracy Nowlin at 409-682-4618. Galveston has very affordable home prices where the median is around $400,000, which is just over the average property price in Texas.

Is it a good real estate investment to buy a beach house in Galveston?
Galveston is considered one of the hottest beach area markets in Texas. Outside of commercial real estate recreational properties in general are a great investment. There has always been high demand for homes along the water and with the large number of people in the greater Houston area it is hard to go wrong with investing in Galveston Area homes of land.

Galveston, Texas is a beach town that has been overshadowed by much larger cities like Houston. Yet it is much more affordable than other Gulf Coast cities. Galveston is know as one of Texas' top tourist destinations. It is a coastal resort city with sandy beaches and a rich cultural heritage.


The Galveston tourism sector is a major contributor to the local local economy bringing in millions of dollars every year. The city of Galveston is home to less than a hundred thousand people. However, the Houston metro area has expanded so that its suburbs like Sugarland are part of the larger metro area. Today, Galveston Bay is encompassed by Greater Houston.


Galveston Island has a lengthy and interesting history. Established as a Mexican port immediately after gaining independence from Spain, the port would change hands four times over the next four decades. It was the main port for the Texan Navy during its own revolution, and even briefly served as the capital of Texas.

Galveston boomed in the late 19th century and became one of the largest cotton ports in the country, and at one point rivaled New Orleans in its importance to trade. What's more, the infamous pirate Jean LaFitte headquartered his smuggling operation on Galveston Island from 1817-1820, and rumors of buried treasure still bring eager metal-detector waving visitors today.


In fact, ear the end of the 19th century, the population of the island reached about 37,000, and today is just over 53,000.


Galveston has a mild island climate. Its hottest month is August, where the average temperature is 85 degrees (F), while the coldest is 56 degrees in January. Temperatures rarely exceed 90 degrees, and rarely go below 50 degrees. The average temperature is a comfortable 71 degrees. With 203 days of sun and 101 days of precipitation (50 inches), Galveston has normal sunshine and has slightly more rain than the average US City.
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