1 apartments for rent in San Jacinto, Galveston, TX

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2420 Avenue Q, Galveston, TX 77550
$700 - $800 | 1 Bed

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San Jacinto Neighborhood in Galveston, TX

San Jacinto Neighborhood

Shaped vaguely like a rough sided triangle, the San Jacinto neighborhood sits southwest of downtown Galveston, on Galveston Island. The largest part of that triangle borders the Gulf of Mexico, giving residents a very long stretch of sand to enjoy. The Lost Bayou Historic District is part of San Jacinto. It was created in 1994 to preserve the late 19th and early 20th century Victorian, Italianate, Greek Revival, and Arts & Crafts homes. Taking a walk past the historic mansions with wrap-around porches and manicured gardens is a bit like time travel.

Most of the homes, even outside of the historic district are single family structures. Later development projects have converted some larger homes into artsy apartments. In some cases, particularly along the beachfront, developers have added more modern apartment complexes.

In the middle of the neighborhood is a bit of open green space called San Jacinto Park. The community also supports a public vegetable and flower garden, sponsored by the San Jacinto Neighborhood Association. Garden plots are available for those interested in exercising their green thumbs.

Public schools include San Jacinto Elementary, next to San Jacinto Park, Austin Middle School on the eastern end and Kitwin High School on the western border. A number of churches also operate their own educational facilities, including Trinity Episcopal School and the Galveston Catholic School. The University of Texas Medical College is to the northeast of the San Jacinto neighborhood. North of the medical school is the Lindale Little League Park.

Five miles to the south is the Scholes International Airport at Galveston. Beyond that, near the western tip of the island is Galveston Island State Park. The closest restaurants and shops are along Seawall Boulevard and in downtown Galveston, to the north.

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