Crystal Beach : Texas

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What Crystal Beach is like for active adults
Crystal Beach is an unincorporated town near Port Bolivar on the southeast coast of Texas, in Bolivar County. The Bolivar Peninsula features 27 miles of pristine beaches, famous for fishing and camping. The Bolivar Lighthouse dates back to 1872. It is a popular destination for retirees as well as tourist destination. It is not far Galveston as the crow flies but a very long drive - since there is a gap in the barrier island between them.  Photo of Town Hall courtesy of Wikipedia and WhisperToMe.
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Where to Live & Real Estate Values
There is at least one active adult community in Crystal Beach.
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What is special about this retirement community
Crystal City is literally on the beach. Boating, fishing, swimming are great.
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What is not special about this retirement community
This low coastal area is vulnerable to storms. It is also very far from any large town.
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What kinds of people like retiring here
People who want to retire to the beach.
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Local economy is driven by
Tourism
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Climate and Physical Environment
Crystal Beach is on a 27 mile peninsula west of Galveston in south Texas. The average July high temperature is 89 and the average January low is 50. The wettest month is September (6")

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Restaurants & Cultural Scene
There is not much culture in Crystal Beach that we are aware of.
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Crime
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Medical facilities
Other than an emergency clinic there are no nearby hospitals.
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Valuable Links
Crystalbeach.com
Wikipedia for Crystal Beach
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What people are saying about Crystal Beach

.... pension buyout
On June 1st, General Motors announced their intention of reducing its pension plan liability by an estimated 26 billion dollars. The plan allows an option for select U.S. GM retirees to accept a lump-sum offer, while other GM retirees continue their monthly pension plan payment. This website offers a helpful guide that outlines the new plan details: http://www.gm-pension-buyout.com. Because of the complexities that a lump-sum buyout offers, it is suggested to meet with a qualified financial advisor before the plan deadline of July 20, 2012. Wacth the video http://gm-pension-buyout.com/?page_id=38
Posted by Mick Sarker on June 25, 2012

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Facts about CRYSTAL BEACH
  • State: TX
  • Environment: Coastal,Boating Community,Resort Community,
  • City Population: Less than 10,000
  • Median age of Population: 25-44
  • Avg Jan Temperature: 41-60
  • Avg July Temperature:
  • Median HH Income: 20,001-40,000
  • Average Home Price (MLS): $100,000-$200,000
  • Annual Property Tax on a $200,000 house: Less than 2000
  • Total Crime Index: 81-90 (low)
  • Cost of Living Index: 91-100 (slightly below average)
  • Culture Index: <80 (Very low)
  • State Sales Tax: Yes
  • State Income Tax: No
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