The median home value in Gilchrist, TX is $105,300.
the county median home value of $145,500.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Gilchrist, TX is $105,300.
Approximately 33.06% of Gilchrist homes are owned,
compared to 6.12% rented, while
60.82% are vacant.
Gilchrist real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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A great opportunity for development! Over 41 acres of platted lots located at Gulf Haven Homes, Gilchrist, Texas. Total of 286 Lots in this section. There is a canal leading directly out to the Intracoastal Waterway. Property is located east of Canal City. Entrance is via 4th Street off Hwy 87. There is great potential here for future development as the area rebuilds and recovers. Additional acreage to the west, between Gulf Haven Homes and Canal City also for sale. Call Agent for more details!
This three bedroom, two bath home sits on approximately 1.84 acres of beachfront. There are miles of unobstructed beach and great fishing right outside your door. Located on the historical sight of Meacoms Pier. This fenced beachfront home is perfect for the family who enjoys the quiet area of the beach. Enjoy shelling, fishing or long strolls along the surf. SELLER WANTS TO SEE ALL OFFERS!
Gorgeous BEACHFRONT home in the Gilchrist area. This huge beach retreat has 5 bedrooms and 5 baths with decks on 2 levels for incredible views of the Gulf. The gourmet kitchen features granite, stainless, and double refrigerators. For family fun there is a game room with a pool table, etc. Floors are tile and laminate for easy clean up.Perfect for a combined family purchase or a fantastic rental investment as it will sleep 32! A wooden fence completes this picturesque home on the beach.
Property is located on north side of Hwy 87 east of Tuna Dr & west of Rollover Bay.Land could possibly be developed commercially or residentially as there is much redevelopment on Bolivar Peninsula.Tract has about 36 acres of uplands/highlands acreage which could possibly be developed per the Army Corp of Engineers-a survey would determine this acreage as this may have changed since Hurricane Ike.Across Hwy 87 from this property is some residential development & then the coast & Gulf of Mexico.
Gorgeous beachfront house in Gilchrist. The construction is finished on this beautiful 2 story home with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths with 2430 sq ft. The views of the Gulf are fabulous from this beachfront beauty. Check this one out...it would be a terrific beachfront rental if an investment is what you are looking for!
Beautiful Bay-side home on lovely Rollover Bay. Great beach views. 100ft of bulkhead, 90ft lighted pier and running water to clean all the fish you'll catch. New A/C and $25k in metal rolldown shutters on all windows/doors. House comes fully furnished with all appliances right down to linens. When the owners aren't using the property this has been a great rental with $650/avg weekend rental rates.
RV park: 3.10 acres. 28 RV spaces. Survey on file. On site septic system, but the new sewer line runs along the north side of highway 87 making it an easy option. All utilities in place and all lots are metered. New 800 amp switching panel giving it plenty of room for expansion. 2nd Tract: $164,900 Bay to RV park - Approximately 21 acres with a 170' of bulkhead along the Intracoastal Canal. 3rd Tract: $74,900This is a 1.13 acre tract on highway 87. Seller will entertain all offers.
Beautiful beach home with great views of gulf and bay, 800 sf partially covered deck/screened porch/island kitchen/wood floors/granite counter tops. One car garage 40' deep/opening at both ends. Living area, master, and breakfast room all face gulf. Tempered glass on front of home, two staircases. Public boat ramp right down the street.Builder is Mike Riley, famous for building the last house standing on the Gulf Front after hurricane Ike. A must see.