Lake Cove

Charming, tree-lined streets and an air of tranquility are two things that characterize the lovely community of Lake Cove, situated on the northwestern shores of Clear Lake. One of Seabrook’s prized subdivisions, the neighborhood feels worlds away from the hustle and bustle of Houston, but its ease of access to several major thoroughfares make Lake Cove highly accessible and an attractive place in which to live, particularly to those who work in the Space City.

A serpentine main canal bisects the community into two portions. Minor canals stem from this river-like body of water, contributing to what makes Lake Cove even more desirable to those who are looking for waterfront properties: canal homes. Lake Cove is popular among those who long to live near water, and in particular, boating enthusiasts.

Real Estate

Housing options in Lake Cove presents just the right mix of waterfront and inland properties to suit different preferences. For homebuyers who are interested in purchasing a canal home, waterfront homes in Lake Cove often come with their own boat houses, perfect for buyers who own a boat or two. Inland homes, on the other hand, offer plenty of outdoor space which you can transform into a garden or your own private resort.

There is a variety of architectural styles in Lake Cove, where you can find Mediterranean-style single-family residences, Colonial Revivals, Ranch-style homes, and more. Interested in building your own property from the ground up (with the help of professional builders, of course)? Lake Cove also offers vacant lots where you can build your dream home.

Quick Facts

  • Lake Cove has easy access to the following highways: E. NASA Parkway and I-45 via the Texas State Highway 146.
  • The community is served by the Clear Creek Independent School District, one of the best districts in the area.
  • Aside from boating and fishing, residents of Lake Cove enjoy taking the short drive to Kemah Boardwalk, with its restaurants and other recreational opportunities.

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