Visiting your builder’s design center is probably the most exciting part of purchasing a new home. With the help of an interior design specialist, you will pick out everything from the paint on your walls to the floor under your feet. If you are feeling a little overwhelmed it is normal, but not to worry because we’ve got you covered. Here are some tips to help you best prepare for an enjoyable and successful design center appointment.
The great thing about living in Coastal Point isn’t just the beautiful homes and amenities. It’s how close we are to Galveston. Our fantastic location means you can easily get to every one of these fantastic holiday events.
The lure of the open road isn’t limited to summer. Winter road trips provide an escape from holiday stress and fun for children during the break. One of our residents’ favorite weekend destinations is Austin. The state capitol is always decked out for the holidays. Getting there is half the fun, because there is plenty to see and do along the way. Here’s our guide for planning the ultimate road trip to Austin.
Living at Coastal Point means you get to enjoy all the fun-filled events planned for our residents. On Saturday, October 22, Coastal Point hosted their third annual Harvest Festival as a way to usher in the new season and thank homeowners for choosing to plant their roots in this special community.
Texans are known for their generosity. During the holiday season when charities put out the call, food pantries fill up, needy children get toys and even pets are taken care of. Which charities should you support? We believe charity begins at home, so here is a list of local nonprofits near Coastal Point that could really use your support.
Moving to Texas? You aren’t alone. An estimated 1,000 people move to Texas every day! Many are relocating for work. Others are drawn by the Lone Star State’s exceptional quality of life. Whatever your reasons, here are some of the benefits you will enjoy.
You may be looking forward to your beautiful new home in Coastal Point, but your children might have mixed feelings. The good news is there are ways to help your kids make the transition so that all of you can make a lifetime of memories in your new home.