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HOA Fees: What Are They & What’s Included?

2021/03/30

From the perfectly-manicured landscaping to the shipshape amenities, Coastal Point’s beautiful aesthetics and well-maintained facilities aren’t by chance — they’re the result of the community’s commitment to their neighborhood and contributions towards HOA fees. In this post, we’ll break down exactly what HOA fees are, and what’s covered in yours at Coastal Point.

Builder Spotlight: Coventry Homes

2020/08/17

Elegance and sophistication meet form and function in a Coventry Home at Coastal Point.

League City Ranks Among Most Livable Cities in the USA

2020/11/19

Thinking of moving to the suburbs, yet not quite ready to live in a sleepy, small town? Experience the best of urban activity with small-town charm in League City, which was recently named one of 2020’s most livable mid-sized cities in the nation.

Get Your Crawfish Fix in the League City Area

2021/04/06

The best time of the year is here — crawfish season. Crawfish season starts in December and lasts until July 1st; however, the best time to eat these tasty crustaceans is between February and May. This week, seafood enthusiasts will make their way to Kemah for the highly anticipated event of the season — the 2021 Kemah Crawfish Festival. With 6,000lbs of freshly caught crawfish boiled per hour, there’s no shortage of seafood to go around. In celebration of this annual festivity, we’re breaking down some of the best places to eat crawfish in League City and in the surrounding area.

Design Tips to Add Character to Your New Build Home

2021/03/23

Clean lines, smooth surfaces and sleek finishes are what you can expect from a new build home — it’s also a blank canvas for you to make your own. Your home is a unique reflection of you and your family — your personalities, your lifestyles and your pizazz. It’s time to design it accordingly and show off your design flair. Read on for our top five design tips to add character to your new build home.

March’s Featured Builder: Gehan Homes

2021/03/12

When it comes to purchasing your new home, you don’t just want a builder, you want a partner. You want someone you can trust to build a high-quality home that will last a lifetime. You want Gehan Homes.

Celebrate the Arrival of Spring in the Bay Area

2021/02/25

Spring has (almost) sprung and we’re already planning how we can celebrate its arrival. Whether you enjoy paddling or you prefer marvelling at world-class cars, we’ve got an attraction that will appeal to you. Take a peek at our list of activities in the Bay area to plan your next adventure (in close proximity to our Coastal Point community, too.)

 

Getting Your Home Back in Order After Texas’ Winter Freeze

2021/02/24

Last week’s cold snap had a catastrophic effect on Texas, with thousands of families left without power or water. With the state now slowly regaining its footing, we wanted to share available relief options and advice for getting your home back in order and keep safe.

6 League City Restaurants You’ll Love for Takeout Night

2021/01/26

League City is full of great local restaurants. Here are our six family favorites we’re sure will become popular in your home.

Featured Builder at Coastal Point: Coventry Homes

2021/01/07

Looking for a home in Coastal Point that’s both energy-efficient and stunning? Then look no further than Coventry Homes.

9 Tips for Selling Your Current Home

2020/12/09

Historically low interest rates have generated a seller’s market, with more people searching for homes than there are homes on the market. While that should make selling your current home easier, it’s not a guarantee. Here are nine tips to help you get that ‘sold’ sign up on your lawn before you close on your new Coastal Point home.

Here’s How You Can Get Festive in the Bay Area

2020/12/03

There are many seasonal festivities around the Bay Area to help make your holiday season merry while keeping you and your family safe. Discover what’s around our Coastal Point community to get you in the holiday spirit.

Host Thanksgiving on the Patio

2020/11/26

Hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year poses something of a challenge. State and CDC guidelines recommend that holiday dinners be limited to small gatherings of immediate family members. What’s the solution? Taking the feast outdoors.

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