Close-up: Learn more about League City's Coastal Point neighborhood

(Community Impact staff)
(Community Impact staff)

(Community Impact staff)

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At 2,867 square feet on a 60-foot lot, this Coventry Homes house includes four bedrooms, four full bathrooms, a study and game room. This one-story model has a base price of $570,990. With upgrades and a lakeside location, the home value is $743,728. (Savannah Kuchar/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Next to the kitchen, there is a study with a contemporary design and large windows to let in plenty of natural light. (Savannah Kuchar/Community Impact Newspaper)
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A formal dining room is located near the front entrance and is connected to the kitchen in an open floor plan. (Savannah Kuchar/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The covered patio with a lakefront view can be accessed through the game room or via the large sliding patio doors in the living room. (Savannah Kuchar/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Toward the back of the house, the primary bedroom looks out onto the backyard with a view of the lake. (Savannah Kuchar/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The house includes a game room with space for a pool table or other amenities. (Savannah Kuchar/Community Impact Newspaper)
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A playground is one of the amenities offered in this family-oriented neighborhood. (Savannah Kuchar/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Residents have access to the clubhouse, an amenities center with an outdoor swimming pool and a playground. (Savannah Kuchar/Community Impact Newspaper)
The neighborhood of Coastal Point in League City offers residents the opportunity to live by the water while also being a master-planned community with amenities, such as a resort-style swimming pool, an outdoor playground and walking trails. Located just south of the Mar Bella neighborhood, Coastal Point is a short drive to the coast and the Kemah Boardwalk. With nearly 200 houses built, the neighborhood is expected to have around 540 single-family homes once construction is complete in the next two years.

Houses in Coastal Point from the three builders—Coventry Homes, Empire Communities and Gehan Homes—range from 1,700 to 3,800 square feet, and prices start in the $300,000s, going up to $640,000. Lot sizes range from 50 feet to 70 feet.


Here are photos of the interior and exterior of a model home, as well as of nearby amenities.

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