Living by the water is every homeowner’s dream — it has this way of inducing a sense of calm, well-being and happiness. Although, we know that finding the right property, filled with all of the amenities and scenic views that you like, isn’t easy. That’s why our coastal-inspired communities across Texas may be the perfect solution. Here’s how they’re just like living in a water-front community and how they’re each, in their own way, a homeowner’s dream come true.
Living at Lago Mar means that you’ll never have to travel far to have fun. This exciting, pleasure-packed community has countless beautiful outdoor spaces and resort-style amenities that were designed to offer a curated lifestyle experience unlike any other. Perhaps the most noteworthy amenity of all is the community’s lagoon. Lago Mar isn’t home just to any pool or man-made lake, it boasts the largest lagoon in Texas, spanning 12 acres and surrounded by white-sand beaches and azure waters. Its lagoon-side dining on the boardwalk, 3,000-square-foot clubhouse with a resort-style pool, expansive workout room, catering kitchen, business center and playground will make your home feel like a vacation each and every day.
Located in Manvel, Texas, Newport Lake Estates redefines luxurious lakeside living with three naturally-designed community lakes, and home lots that offer private pier access. Residents of Newport Lake Estates are spoiled for choice when it comes to things to do around the community, from fishing and boating on the lakes to time spent outdoors along the piers, trails and parks. Even its amenities mimic living lakeside, with its own Boat Dock, where adults and kids alike can kayak, paddleboard and canoe.
The Highlands is one of Empire’s newest communities, expected to be released later this summer. Located in Montgomery County, The Highlands is a community dedicated to those who cherish home, but enjoy time outdoors too. Here, you can spend mornings kayaking and paddle-boarding across the lake or fishing from the shore, and meander along wooden paths and trails. With recreational lakes, over 30 miles of walking and biking trails, and an 18-hole semi-private golf course on-site, The Highlands is where the beauty of nature melds seamlessly with the fulfillment of home.
At Coastal Point, you can live a relaxed coastal lifestyle, just minutes away from the Gulf. While there’s plenty to do within the community itself thanks to its winding trails, pond, resort-style pool, clubhouse and greenspace, there’s a ton more that the League City area has to offer too. On the coast, you’re close to it all, especially to local attractions like Kemah Boardwalk and Galveston Beach. If living beach-side appeals to you, look no further than this nautical-inspired master-planned community.
If you’re looking for a community that emphasizes natural amenities and a relaxed pace of life, Lakeside at Lake Georgetown may be the perfect fit for you. Here, residents are provided with private access to Lake Georgetown near Army Corps of Engineers land and they’re surrounded by spectacular greenbelt views. Fishing, camping, hunting and boating opportunities are available at Jim Hogg Park on the north end of Lake Georgetown, and hiking trails along the lake offer some of the most picturesque views.
Blanco Vista is one of Empire’s most unique communities because it’s home to the Blanco River. In addition to its first-class amenities including two community pools, a pavilion, hiking and biking trails, a beautifully landscaped parkway and a fishing pond, it’s nearby the Five-Mile Dam Park which is backed against the banks of the Blanco River. No matter the day of the week, residents can spend their time admiring its stunning riverside views and can even eat al fresco by arranging a family picnic or barbecue.
Photo courtesy of: Crystal Lagoons (Lago Mar Lagoon).