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Sea Isle Real Estate

Sea Isle Homes for Sale


Located west of the town of Galveston and Jamaica Beach, Sea Isle is considered the western outpost of Galveston Island. A relaxing, charming, and quiet community, Sea Isle was developed much later than Galveston, and therefore offers homes with a variety of sizes and architectures instead of the Victorian style architecture of Historical Galveston. The Sea Isle neighborhood stretches from the beach to the bay, and offers all four types of Galveston homes, including beach-front, dry-land, canal, and bay-front.

Life in Sea Isle is simple and natural. Located about 20 minutes from town, Sea Isle is a great place for home buyers who want to feel removed from the hustle and bustle of city life and enjoy a tranquil environment. However, the community still offers opportunities for entertainment and recreation as well as everyday conveniences. Sea Isle is home to a marina, restaurants, a playground, pool, and even has its own fire department. Galveston’s beach and bay provides the Sea Isle community plenty of opportunity for relaxation and water sports, like boating, fishing, sailing, jet skiing, kayaking, canoeing, water skiing, and more. Not to mention, residents are just a short commute to town for an abundance of shopping, fine dining establishments, night life opportunities, cultural pursuits, and more. Additional entertainment and recreation can be found a short drive away from homes in Sea Isle, as well, including Pleasure Pier, the Kemah Boardwalk, Schlitterbahn, Moody Gardens, golf courses, and more. Enjoying the best of both worlds, Sea Isle is the perfect place to get away from it all.

Students living in the Sea Isle community attend schools within the Galveston Independent School District. Nearby schools provide students with exceptional education opportunities. For those pursuing post-secondary education options, homes in Sea Isle are a short commute to Galveston College, A&M-Galveston, medical schools, and other universities and colleges located in both Galveston and Houston.