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LOCATION: 19615 Shores Drive, Galveston, TX

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 5,746

BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 6 bedrooms & 9 bathrooms

PRICE: $2,750,000

This Mediterranean style beachfront home is located at 19615 Shores Drive in Galveston, TX and is situated on 1/3 of an acre of land. 

It was built in 2007 and features approximately 5,746 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms (including 3 master suites), 6 full and 3 half bathrooms, foyer with staircase, 2-story great room, formal dining room, gourmet kitchen, garage and more. 

Outdoor features include balconies, terrace and a patio. 

It is listed at $2,750,000.

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  • horselips

    The soaring elevation is overwhelming, appropriate to a mansion 3 times the size. Too bad the architecture doesn’t fit in with any of the neighboring homes. Inside, it’s all 5,746 sq. ft. and $2.750 million for a beachfront lot could hope for. Impressive public rooms, restrained but elegant ornamentation, gorgeous stone and marble flooring, great windows and archways, nice chandeliers and lighting. Conclusion: A very nice mini-mansion, honestly priced under the Zestimate. If a tiny beachfront lot is your thing, you’re home.




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  • Rob

    I don’t see the point in buying a house in a place like Texas that doesn’t have lots of land. This place seems more appropriate for say Palm Beach, but it would probably be 3 times the price at least.




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    • Kent

      Right Rob, all homes in Texas must have large lots. You’re very bright.




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      • Rob

        Are you insinuating that I believe all homes in Texas have big lots or that I think all homes in Texas should have big lots? Because I quite clearly did not say either of these things. I said if I were to buy a house in Texas I would want a lot of land because land over there is cheap and plentiful.




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        • Kent

          Exactly Rob, you think all of Texas is the same. Land is cheap and plentiful in Preston Hollow? It’s cheap and plentiful in Highland Park? You really should think a little more before you make blanket statements. Hopefully your ignorance is limited to real estate.




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          • Rob

            I can’ think of a single state in this country where there are not neighborhoods/towns that are significantly more expensive/exclusive than elsewhere. Again, you’re assuming things. I never said literally everywhere in Texas is cheap or has plentiful land. But generally that is what Texas is known for.

            And stop being so standoffish. This debate is not that serious lol




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