New Construction In Port Aransas Is Off To A Strong Start In 2011

PORT ARANSAS, Texas - Despite what you might hear on CNBC or read in the National Press about the US housing market, buyers are still active in Port Aransas.  Eight new homes are under construction at Village Walk with one more about to start.  Each of these homes are sold and the owners will be ready to enjoy the Spring/Summer season on Mustang Island.  These new homes bring the total number of homes in Village Walk to 55.  There will be 98 upon completion.

Village Walk Port Aransas Homes

Two New Homes In Village Walk Phase II

Vacation rental revenue continues to be strong for Village Walk owners seeking investment income.  The three-story units grossed $50k to $60k in 2010.  

Village Walk Gulf View Homes

A Three-Story Home Nears Completion In Phase II Of Village Walk

Five homes are sold and under construction at Sunrise Cottages.  The four bedroom cottages will build on many of the design features made popular in Twin Palms, Royal Palms and Village Walk:  open kitchen/dining/living areas featuring polished concrete floors downstairs and wood floors throughout the second level. The units surround a central swimming pool, pavilion and landscaped common area.  Five cottages remain and are priced at $230k.

Sunrise Cottages Port Aransas

New Construction At Sunrise Cottages In Port Aransas

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Port Aransas, TX  78373


Comment balloon 2 commentsKeith McMullin • January 01 2011 12:25PM


Keith: Glad to hear of so many new housing starts over in Port-A. Must be a good sign of things to come.

Happy New Year!

Carl and Ceil Winters, Canyon Lake TX

Posted by Carl Winters over 7 years ago
I have a perfectly good excuse to drive out to Port A sometime to preview homes.
Posted by Jerry Dugan over 7 years ago

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