2201 48th Street Galveston, Texas, 77551 United States
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2201 48th Street
Galveston, Texas, 77551 United States

Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty - Houston Bay Area Brokerage
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Property details

  • Property type

    Multi-Family Homes

  • Status

    Available

  • Year Built

    1937

  • property taxes

    $11,265/Year

Courtesy Of

Joe Tramonte Realty, Inc.

2201 48th Street

Investors-own a piece of historic Galveston! Property was once a thriving corner store in 1930s. 100% occupied and completely renovated, this former grocery store has now been converted into four, large residential units that are perfect for long or short term rentals. This sturdy, brick structure, located on a corner lot in Midtown Galveston, is convenient to beach, restaurants, bars, shopping, entertainment, Island attractions and Galveston College/A&M Galveston/UTMB. Each unit is self sufficient and includes, central HVAC; electric stove, refrigerator and dishwasher; two full bathrooms, primary bedrooms have ensuite baths; ceiling fans; blinds; washer/dryer hookups (at minimum); private entrances; separate meters; and a luxury in Galveston: ample street parking! Open concept, loft-style living; glass block; exposed galvanized ductwork; track lighting; concrete flooring; high ceilings; are other modern features that separate this property from other rental properties on the Island.

Listing Courtesy of Joe Tramonte Realty, Inc.

Courtesy Of

Joe Tramonte Realty, Inc.

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Galveston Island reigns as the premier second-home location on the Texas Gulf Coast, with new developments emerging up and down the island along the Bay and the Gulf. Homes range widely in style and price and include high rise condominiums, town homes, reproduction seaside cottages, canal homes, and gated luxury communities that equal or surpass those of Florida’s Gold Coast. Discovered in 1785 by the Spanish, Galveston Island was named for the Governor of Spanish Louisiana, Bernardo de Gálvez. Islanders know the tale of the pirate Jean Lafitte who, with his motley crew, fought with Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans in 1814. But Lafitte was not trustworthy and Louisiana threw him out. Undeterred, he decamped to his private kingdom “Campeche” (Campeachy) on Galveston Island. There he preyed upon the rich shipping lanes of the Gulf, amassing, according to legend, a vast treasure trove. It all came to an end in 1821 when Lafitte left Campeche and disappeared forever. Galvestonians swear

Amenities & Features

  • Listing Details
    • Property ID
      34862443
    • MLS#
      34862443
    • Property type
      Multi-Family Homes
    • Courtesy Of
      Listing Courtesy of Joe Tramonte Realty, Inc.
    • Status
      Available
    • Listing Price
      $675,000
    • Subdivision
      Denver Resurvey
    • County
      Galveston County
    • School District
      Galveston Independent
    • High School
      Ball High School
    • Middle School
      Gisd Open Enroll
    • Elementary School
      Gisd Open Enroll
  • Utilities & Building
    • Year Built
      1937
    • property taxes
      $11,265/Year
  • Interior
    • Full Bathrooms
      2
    • Bedrooms
      3