Seagrass Beach was designed to be an exclusive beachfront community that places great value on quality, unique architectural design, privacy, luxury and entertainment. The layout of the subdivision and orientation of the home sites that surround the communal lawns and the resort-style pool area, reflects the overall goal for the community to be the ultimate playground for friends and family at the beach.  

Each home site at Seagrass Beach boasts unobstructed, panoramic views of the Gulf of Mexico, the lush landscaping in the common areas, the sand dunes, the fishing ponds and the incredibly beautiful pool area. Access to the subdivision is limited to the owners and their guests, via private gated entrances at the beach and highway. Beach access is limited to a single, centrally located access point, that is privately gated and only accessible to the owners and guests of Seagrass Beach that have an electronic key fob. The crushed granite pathways throughout the development are both pedestrian and golf cart friendly. 

In addition to the typical beach activities, the owners and their guests will enjoy the use of the many amenities offered by the development, including the elevated beachfront resort-style pool that has an infinity edge that falls over into a lower tanning pool, six poolside cabanas, two lush communal lawns, a beach side fire pit and stocked fishing ponds. The Bolivar Peninsula and Crystal Beach areas, deliver a family friendly, relaxing, community oriented environment that people dream about. 

Owning a home in Seagrass Beach provides the ultimate coastal living experience on the Texas Gulf Coast. 

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Seagrass Beach is conveniently located on the Upper Texas Gulf Coast, just east of Galveston Island on the east end of Bolivar Peninsula near Crystal Beach, Texas. We are located just 1-hour from Beaumont and 1.5-hours from Houston, and a quick ferry ride from Galveston, Texas.

From Houston, Seagrass Beach is accessible via two routes. You can avoid the ferry by driving east on Interstate 10 to Exit 828, then go south on Highway 124. Or you can take Interstate 45 to Galveston and take the ferry across to Bolivar Peninsula. 

The most scenic way to get to Seagrass Beach is by taking ferry that runs between Galveston and Bolivar Peninsula. Riding the ferry is a great opportunity to watch schools of dolphin that frequently swim alongside the ferries, or to see many brown pelicans, sea gulls, and other marine life at play in the harbor. Ferries run the 2.7 miles between Galveston and Bolivar Peninsula on a regular schedule, and with the addition of new ferries, boarding has never been faster.

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The Bolivar Peninsula is known for breezy days and a climate typical of beaches along the Texas Gulf Coast. Summers are warm and mild winters extend the season from April to October. On most days throughout the year, you can wear flip flops and shorts. In fact, the favorite time of the year for the locals are the winter months, because most days are in the 60's and 70's. 


People come to Crystal Beach and the Bolivar Peninsula for the clean beaches and the fishing, but this jewel of the Texas coast is also a nature lover's paradise. It provides world-class bird watching, excellent fishing, awesome shelling on the beach, great food, kayaking and much more. There's also a golf course, horseback riding, a water park and deep sea fishing charters. Old Fort Travis, named for Alamo hero Col. William B. Travis and the iconic Bolivar Point Lighthouse is at the western end of the peninsula.