Georgetown TX Real Estate
With its beautifully restored historic square, peaceful streets, and myriad attractions for families, Georgetown is the ideal suburb for settling down. It's safe, attractive, and affordable, and it's situated just 25 miles north of Austin.
Georgetown TX Real Estate
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Georgetown is on the edge of Texas Hill Country but offers all the comforts associated with city living. Residents have access to excellent schools, shops, museums, galleries, and an eclectic mix of restaurants.
The 1,200-acre Georgetown Lake is a favorite local hangout, ideal for swimming, kayaking, waterskiing, and fishing. Nature lovers and fitness enthusiasts will also enjoy the trails that meander along the banks of the San Gabriel River.
The neighborhood has more than doubled in size over the past two decades – but despite its explosive growth, Georgetown has retained its charming, small-town ambience.
Georgetown offers a range of historical, cultural, and natural attractions. Residents can experience a slice of Texas history at the Grace Heritage Center, the Old Williamson County Jail, and the Williamson County Courthouse, with its fine neoclassical style.
There’s a splash pad for kids just off the town square, and plenty of outdoor sports facilities at the Chautauqua Park. A natural highlight is the popular Blue Hole, a picturesque lagoon on the San Gabriel River.
Just slightly further afield, you’ll discover Berry Springs Park and Preserve, a 300-acre paradise where you can camp overnight, hike an extensive trail network, and fish in the Berry Springs.
Other Georgetown attractions for home owners include inner city wineries that sell award-winning Texas wines, a choice of five golf courses that offer prairie-style play, and a cross-section of shops that sell everything from antiques and collectibles to jewelry and home décor.
Why invest in Georgetown real estate?
Georgetown has experienced rapid growth over recent years. This is because it's a low density, low crime neighborhood that offers residents a secure, semi-rural lifestyle, while still being within easy commuting distance (straight along the I35) of downtown Austin.
Georgetown includes good schools and the Southwestern University, and boasts world-class health facilities, with a number of hospitals, health centers, and nursing homes servicing the area.
A further attraction is that real estate in Georgetown is noticeably cheaper than property in the metropolitan Austin area.
Georgetown properties for sale range from empty allotments to mid-size apartments, comfortable family homes, and luxury mansions with sweeping grounds.