Georgetown, TX Real Estate & Homes For Sale

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Homes for sale in Georgetown, TX June 14, 2024
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Homes for Sale in Georgetown , TX

Regional Information
Located just 26 miles north of Austin, Georgetown has the charm of a small city with many of the perks of a large city. Georgetown has received numerous awards, including #2 Place in America to Live & Launch a Small Business. Georgetown is a city that offers residents and visitors plenty of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Whether homebuyers are interested in parks, restaurants, or schools, there are many options for living here.

Education
Georgetown Independent School District seeks to empower students to become life-long learners and leaders by providing quality education and superior schooling. Their schools and teachers have been recognized as some of the best in Texas and the nation. Strong parental involvement and community support for our schools remains the basis for the quality education GISD seeks to provide to all students.

GISD serves a diverse population of Williamson County students from pre-kindergarten to twelfth grade. The District serves elementary students in three PreK-2 campuses, three 3-5 campuses, and three K-5 campuses. Secondary students attend one of three middle schools and a ninth-grade campus before attending the district's high school. The 2010 Accountability Rating System ranked Georgetown ISD as an Academically Acceptable district with 7 of its schools being rated Exemplary, 7 rated Recognized and 1 being Academically Acceptable.

Recreation
Whether you enjoy golf, tennis, cycling, running, walking or watching kids play in the gold medal award-winning parks, Georgetown is the place for you. Georgetown offers one of the finest softball venues in America along with youth and adult leagues in a wide variety of sports. For those who love to golf, Georgetown is home to five magnificent golf courses including, Berry Springs, Cowan Creek, Georgetown Country Club, Legacy Hills, and White Wing Golf Course.

Meandering right through the very heart of Georgetown is the San Gabriel River. San Gabriel Park is graced with 200 year-old oak trees that offer the shade of their branches to family picnics, games of touch football or Frisbee, concerts, festivals, canoeing, swimming and, well, a lazy day of fishing. You can also visit the scenic Blue Hole park, which is lined by limestone, bluffs and is a good wading spot to cool down with the kiddos.

For the more serious angler or water enthusiast, Lake Georgetown is a 1200-acre lake offering boating, skiing, fishing, four separate camping areas, a wildlife preserve and 16 miles of hiking trails. Cedar Breaks Park and Jim Hogg Park have boat ramps and camping facilities with RV hook-ups and restrooms with showers. Russell Park also features a swimming area. Fishing is some of the best in the region, with small and large mouth bass, white bass, flathead and channel cat.

Among the wonderful natural features found in the Texas Hill Country are incredible living caves and caverns. Inner Space is a living cave located in Georgetown. For over 80,000 years the cavern has been constantly changing, allowing for such spectacular displays as the “Soda Straws” and the breathtakingly beautiful “Ivory Falls” formations.

For the history buff, you can stroll beautiful downtown Georgetown and appreciate some of the finest Victorian architecture in the state of Texas. Unique shopping and delicious dining are some of the options, which await you. Or, simply enjoy the restored historic buildings and landmark descriptions that describe a portion of Georgetown’s rich history. Established in 1848, Georgetown is the county seat of Williamson County and has over 180 homes and buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Georgetown was the recipient of the Great American Main Street Award in 1997, the first Texas city ever so recognized.

Quality of Life
What makes Georgetown so special is its unique quality of life. Georgetown offers both residents and visitors such features as: Warm and friendly neighborhoods; Excellent public schools and university; Beautiful lakes, parks, trails and caverns; World-class golf courses; Historical, cultural and artistic amenities; and a wide variety of dining, shopping, & lodging. Some of Georgetown's accolades include:

- Georgetown was the only city in the country to receive a perfect score as a place to launch a small business, Fortune Small Business, 2008

- Named in 10 Great Retirement Spots for Golf Nuts by U.S. News & World Report, 2008- Williamson County ranked 9th fastest growing county in U.S., CNN Money, 2010

- Georgetown Ranked #1 Place to Retire in America by Retirement Places, 2007- Texas Trails Network Partnership Award for San Gabriel River Trails, 2008

- Best Places to Buy an Old House: Editors’ Top 12 Picks by This Old House, 2008

Georgetown has increasingly become one of the most popular retirement spots in the southwest. It has increased in popularity after being rated "#1 Place to Retire in America" in 2007 by Retirement Places Rated. With a genuine “small-town feeling” Georgetown offers residents an abundance of recreational activities, one of the nation’s lowest crime rates, the opportunity to know your neighbors, and real peace of mind. Austin is just 26 miles away, and Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio are all just a few hours drive, so retirees often choose Georgetown as their home to be near children and grandchildren. A pleasant climate and scenic beauty add to the many amenities.

Business Overview
Georgetown is home to one of the fastest growing and most talented work forces in the nation. The industry sectors employing the largest number of people in the city are education, health, and social services; these are followed by manufacturing and retail. In addition, companies located in Georgetown have access to an Austin metropolitan area workforce surpassing three-quarters of a million people. And without question, the city and regional workforces are one of the most technologically proficient in the country with thousands employed in such industries as electronics manufacturing, software development, computer services, telecommunications, data services, and management.

Georgetown offers easy access to IH 35, dual rail service, industrial parks and other prime sites, a city-owned utility service, a high quality of life, motivated and highly-educated workforce, and a community that is dedicated to preserving its history while creating an atmosphere where businesses can succeed.

Georgetown Real Estate Search
Georgetown, TX is located in Williamson County, Texas, and has a number of beutiful  home options for prospective buyers to choose from. Williamson County Zipcodes found in the Georgetown area include 7862678628, and 78633. The Georgetown home listings on our website feature many important details, such as property price, days on the market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, and construction type. You can also review local Georgetown property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools, and Georgetown community amenities, including parks and golf courses, will be listed.

Georgetown Real Estate Market
When moving to Georgetown, homebuyers will see single-family homes are the most popular type of home, with condos and townhomes taking the second and third-most-popular spots. Georgetown home prices typically range from $300,000 to $3 million or more. Some of the popular neighborhoods in Georgetown include Berry Creek, Parkview Estates, Cimarron Hills, and Serenada. The real estate market in Georgetown reflects the city's duality, comprising of both historic and modern properties. In the heart of the city, near Southwestern University, you'll find historic homes dating back to the 1800s. These homes, lovingly renovated to maintain their vintage charm, embody the spirit of Old Georgetown. They offer a unique architectural appeal, featuring Victorian elements and other distinct features. In contrast, "new" Georgetown showcases properties built from the early 90s up to 2022, mirroring the rapid development and growth of the city. These homes feature the traditional Texas brick, stucco, and stone landscape, appealing to those who desire a contemporary dwelling. Among the new construction communities are Berry Springs and Berry Creek Highlands. Berry Springs, developed by KB Homes, offers homes that start at around $360,000. Meanwhile, Ashton Woods and David Weekley are developing Berry Creek Highlands, with homes starting in the $500s.

Georgetown Community Amenities
As Georgetown's popularity surges, it is swiftly evolving into a boomtown, with new developments sprouting up regularly. These developments aren't limited to residential properties; a host of commercial establishments are setting up shop too, including a new Costco and a new HEB located at I-35 and University Drive. Other notable additions include Olive Garden, Firestone Tire, and Starbucks, all located in Wolf Crossing. Georgetown boasts a wide variety of recreational opportunities that cater to diverse interests. The city's downtown square is a melting pot of historic charm and modern art, showcasing old-school architecture that transports you back in time. This beautiful square is not just a sight to behold but also a hub of activity, featuring an assortment of restaurants, bars, and cozy coffee shops. There are plenty of things to do to stay busy in Georgetown. The city is home to a variety of parks that offer residents and visitors a place to enjoy the outdoors. The most popular park in Georgetown is San Gabriel Park, which offers a playground, a skatepark, a basketball court, and a walking trail. Other popular parks in Georgetown include Chautauqua, which offers a playground, basketball courts, and trails; Rivery Park, which offers a playground, a fishing pier, and a walking trail; and San Jose Park, which offers a playground and a splash pad.Public transportation in Georgetown consists of two main services: GoGeo, a paratransit service, and CARTS, a fixed-route bus system.

Georgetown Local Highlights

  • Berry Springs Park and Preserve has a century-old pecan grove, and visitors can enjoy the playground, hike, bike, or even ride horses there.
  • The Georgetown Palace Theatre puts on shows and even offers classes and camps for all types of aspiring performers.
  • The Inner Space Cavern offers guided tours, and visitors can try panning for gemstones or ride the Saber Tooth Zipline.
  • Admire Georgetown's murals, like the Great Wave off Kanagawa, Alma Indigena, Railroad Rhythm, Greetings from Georgetown Texas, and many, many more.

Georgetown TX Real Estate Agents
Considering the purchase of a home in Georgetown, TX? Allow our Georgetown real estate experts to guide you when purchasing your new Georgetown property or during the sale of your current residence. As local real estate agents, we have insider knowledge on the dynamics unique to Georgetown, Texas, real estate. We do know the Gergetown real estate market inside and out; which means that we can lead buyers to the areas that speak to their specific needs. More than anything, we pride ourselves on the relationships that we build with our clients; relationships that are built on mutual trust. We build that trust by providing our clients with our understanding of the market and professional expertise.

Koehler Real Estate is the agency to contact when you are planning to buy or sell home in Goergetown, TX. Pleease contact us at 210-422-1489 and we will be happy to help you find the right property that would fit your search criteria.

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