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Beacon Island
Residential Community on Clear Lake
League City, Texas

A Southern Coastal Village

Beacon Island was developed as a Southern Coastal Village in the style of Charleston, South Carolina and Savannah, Georgia, capitalizing on Old South romance and charm with lush landscaping, gas lamp light fixtures, deep porches, tall pillars, balconies and decorative iron accents. To enhance the southern ambiance of Beacon Island as a quaint coastal village, the development features nine shaded parks, tree-lined boulevards, and more than 2.5 miles of walking paths, meandering trails and a perimeter boardwalk promenade.

At the north point of the Island stands a 99-foot lighthouse that intentionally resembles the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse in Florida. Rear Admiral Alan Shepard, who was instrumental in the development of South Shore Harbour, influenced the selection of a black-and white-banded lighthouse as a reminder of the Cape Canaveral Lighthouse, which was the last sight on Earth that Shepard recalled seeing as he blasted off into space.

The Beacon Island village includes 18 estate homes along the western shore; 16 estate homes around the lighthouse on the northern point of the island; 25 patio homes along the eastern shore; and three distinct community areas around the Village Center Plaza: 46 patio homes surrounding Heron Park, and 42 townhomes adjacent to Shepard Lane, named for astronaut Alan Shepard.

The development was completed in 2009 and sold in 2010. 

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The bridge to beacon island 

Beacon Island was developed as a Southern Coastal Village in the spirit of the Old South.

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