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Galveston, Texas Beachside Home for Sale
11947 Termini San Luis Pass Rd., Apt 504, Galveston, Texas 77554
Funky Galveston is spread across two barrier islands on Texas' eastern Gulf Coast and is the locale of this attractive beachside condominium for sale. It has two bedrooms, two baths, 712 square feet and was built in 1985. The asking price is $277,000.
The home is on the fifth floor of a white seven story building called Riveria II, which sits about five feet from the beach.
Inside, the floors are wood look and penny ceramic tile; the walls are a light taupe and the ceiling is white. Tall windows and a glass door are at the end of the living room. The door opens onto one of two private balconies, one overlooking the beach and ocean, the other with marsh views.
The master bedroom also features a glass door that exits onto the ocean-facing balcony. Both baths have a tiled walk-in shower with a glass door.
Stainess steel and black appliances, dark walls, white marble countertops and white cabinetry are in the kitchen. A full-size washer and dryer are tucked in a closet.
The HOA fee is on the high side at $890 per month.
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Spread across two barrier islands on Texas' eastern Gulf Coast, Galveston is a funky, slightly faded beach town with a history as a Mexican port and a gaming resort.
The city has a friendly reputation, and residents have plenty to do. The Strand is the historic downtown area, and it has a wide variety of galleries, restaurants, and shops. It also is close to two major maritime museums and the city's wharves, which service both container and cruise ships. The 10 mile seawall is an excellent place to jog, walk, bird watch and fish.
The beaches are long and narrow with plenty of access points. The water sometimes has a brownish tint. The Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier and neighboring boardwalk are full of amusement rides, touristy eateries and kitschy souvenir shops.
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