Seabrook TX Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Seabrook TX
A community located in the prosperous Bay Area, Seabrook’s growth and population boom is directly related to the prosperity that Houston, which is located just 25 miles away, generates. That is not to say that Seabrook only derives its progress from Houston; this bayside resort community is also a popular regional destination for its seafood, marinas, and yacht clubs.
Seabrook is named after Seabrook Sydnor, who played a role in the promotion of the town in 1900 with E.S. Nicholson. The community was later incorporated on October 23, 2961. Aside from enjoying close proximity to Houston, Seabrook is only a short drive away from Galveston Island and the Hobby Airport. Seabrook is one of only seven Texas municipalities awarded with the Scenic City Certification in 2013.
To get a taste of Seabrook’s primary attraction, a visit to the popular fish markets of Seabrook is a must for the freshest catch of the day. As for dining options, you’ll find plenty of popular restaurants and food joints including Tookie’s, the Villa Capri, and Café 1979. Immerse yourself in more of Seabrook’s local charms by checking out Old Seabrook with its wide array of unique shops and comfortable breakfast-style lodging.
As a Scenic City, Seabrook offers its residents and visitors plenty of picturesque and extensive hiking and biking trail systems. Each trail system is connected to several local parks. Marathoners are invited to take part Seabrook’s Lucky Trails Marathon held every March.
Runners aren’t the only ones having the time of their lives in Seabrook. Avid bird watchers get to feast their eyes on over three hundred species of birds that have made Seabrook their home. Get the chance to spot waxwings, warblers, ospreys, sandpipers, and migrant songbirds. To experience more of Seabrook’s natural beauty, head to Pine Gulley Park, which spans over 50 acres and extends into a Karankawa Indian camp site.
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