Home For Sale

521 Mockingbird Lane, Port Aransas

4  5.0    Sq Ft: 2396  
Acres: 0.090  

Home For Sale

708 Sunrise Ave, Port Aransas

4  4.0    Sq Ft: 2342  
Acres: 0.080  

Commercial For Sale

100 COTTER AVE., Port Aransas

 0.0    Sq Ft: 2500  
Acres: 0.426  

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122 Bent Grass Dr, Port Aransas

3  3.0    Sq Ft: 2497  
Acres: 0.090  

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664 Kara, Port Aransas

4  5.0    Sq Ft: 2484  
Acres: 0.120  

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707 Parkplace, Port Aransas

5  5.0    Sq Ft: 3428  
Acres: 0.120  

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655 Center Square West, Port Aransas

4  5.0    Sq Ft: 2491  
Acres: 0.100  

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634 Lantana Dr, Port Aransas

4  4.0    Sq Ft: 4126  
Acres: 0.330  

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616 W Avenue A, Port Aransas

5  4.0    Sq Ft: 2672  
Acres: 0.270  

Home For Sale

134 La Joya, Port Aransas

3  3.0    Sq Ft: 3064  
Acres: 0.120  

Port Aransas - Reasons to Buy Real Estate Here

Port Aransas, a unique, eclectic and strong community, is one of Texas' prime destinations on the Gulf of Mexico. There are many beachfront condos and single-family homes to choose from. Texas homes are increasing in value, which is a good sign if you intend to rent out or sell your investment property. This area has a steady and growing real estate market with plenty of restaurants, bars, recreation and shopping options.

Port Aransas is great place to live, vacation, and make an investment. Established as a Mustang Fishing in Port Aransas Ranch in 1853, Port Aransas is still a small town in terms of permanent residents. The quaint and relaxing town has only a population of about 4,000. Over the past three years, the real estate market has been very active here. The strongest appeal for buyers may be its beautiful beaches, spread across about 6 miles along Mustang Island's gorgeous coastline. The majority of properties sold in Port Aransas are second vacation homes and short-term rentals. Port Aransas appeals to a wide range of buyers - families, "empty nesters", snow birds, and retirees, thanks to its tropical climate, clean and wide sandy beaches that you can even drive on, and superb fishing opportunities.


Things to see and explore in the area include the University of Texas Marine Science Institute, which offers hands-on fun and delightful adventures for all ages, including an acclaimed Summer Marine Science Camp to teach students about good stewardship of the marine environment; Lydia Ann Lighthouse, a beautiful historic and lighthouse located within the city limits of Port Aransas, just behind San Jose and Mustang Islands - and is the second oldest such fixture on the Texas Coast, and the oldest surviving structure in the Aransas Pass Corpus Christi area; and the Chapel in the Dunes, a one-of-a-kind secluded chapel nestled among the sand dunes, and the oldest functioning church still in existence on Mustang Island.


Port A's beaches are as choice as its many restaurants. Dive into rich Italian food at the Venetian Hot Plate, the intriguing Irie's island food, an idyllic South Texas waterfront seafood experience at Virginia's on the Bay, or Kody's for beer and burgers. You can even take a fresh catch into almost any restaurant, and they will cook it up at discount price.
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