New Construction Homes in Galveston County

Galveston has emerged as the most distinct county in Texas because of its lifestyle with a heart deep down in history.  It has been able to maintain the glorious Victorian theme, for which it was always known for. The county is on an island and the locals enjoy good health, harmony, and hospitability. People all over the nation have been attracted by the charm spell of this mesmerizing island county.

The remarkable stretch of shoreline is a boon of nature to Galveston. The shoreline facilitates trade and commerce, thus contributing a major fraction to the nations and regional economy. The booming export and import sector combined with the lenient policies of the government has nurtured a stable and sustainable economy. Along with overseas trade, Galveston has several propitious sectors for employment such as healthcare, education, tourism, construction, and numerous other blue collar jobs. The advent of the IT industry has further widened the scope of employment.

When it comes to recreation and relaxation, Galveston County is quite unbeatable. The land, being soothed by the coastal winds, enjoys a pleasurable climate throughout the year. The historic relics and merry ambiance of the coast will spellbind you. With a wide range of parks, art galleries, museums, live concerts, festivals and events, the whole county is a dreamy offshore fairyland. The Galveston Bay is the ultimate destination for enjoying the warm subtropical waters of Texas. Be it kayaking, hiking, hangouts, picnics, the Island has everything for the outdoor lover inside you. Then there is the heavenly feel of relaxing under rustling palm trees merged with a nostalgic music scene of local sea-side cafes, and it gives the final touch of bliss to this beautiful land.

A home in Galveston County would be the finishing edge of an ideal life. Exalted builders such as Village Builders, David Weekley Homes, CalAtlantic Homes, have provided the perfect homes to choose from, and all within an affordable range of the mid $100’s to the $900’s. These homes define of luxury yet economical living. The homes range within 1500 to 5000 sqft and are designed to furnish you and your loved ones with all the coziness and amenities you deserve.

NewHomeSource is the true guide in your search for a dream house. You get a chance to browse through almost all kinds of home at a single platform with numerous award winning builders.  


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    Trinity-Cobalt (61 Upper Borondo)

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    Creede-Silver (33 Borondo Stretch)

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    Gemini-Cobalt (33 Borondo Stretch)

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    Concho-Cobalt (33 Borondo Stretch)

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    Rio Grande-Cobalt (33 Borondo Stretch)

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    Top New Home Cities in Galveston County

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    City Homes Average New Home Price
    League City 225 $355,721
    Texas City 124 $263,128
    Alvin 116 $165,679
    Friendswood 67 $565,800
    Dickinson 62 $275,440
    La Marque 37 $222,179
    Beach City 18 $411,250
    Kemah 11 $381,535
    Webster 6 $335,490
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