The county seat of Williamson County, Georgetown Texas is a growing city situated 30 miles to the north of Austin. With a traditional downtown full of picturesque historic buildings, multiple historic neighborhoods with charming homes and a growing number of new subdivisions for buyers to consider, Georgetown has much to offer the serious home buyer.
Homes for sale in Georgetown TX offer something for most types of buyers, and Mick Hooper of Crosswind Realty is ready to help buyers find the home they love.
Around a third of the population of Georgetown lives in Sun City Texas. This age-restricted community boasts spans over 4,000 acres and boasts Georgetown TX homes for sale built by Del Webb. The community has single-family homes, duplexes and a handful of attached houses designed for occasional overnight guests.
As an active adult community, Sun City Texas has activities all year long, with resort-inspired amenities, nature trails, a pool and clubs for interests of all types. The average price sale price for Sun City homes for sale in Georgetown TX is just over $300,000
Of course, Georgetown is not just for retirees looking for the amenities and comforts of Sun City.
The city itself boasts a pleasing mix of newer homes and established properties, with something for people of most budgets. The average sales price for homes for sale in Georgetown Texas is $309,000.
Georgetown has the benefit of having I-35 running through town, and this has lead to much economic development within the city.
Many residents will commute to Austin for work, but Georgetown has quite a number of employers of its own to provide jobs and economic opportunity for those who purchase homes for sale in Georgetown TX.
The largest area employers are Williamson County Government and the Georgetown Independent School District, but Airborn, Inc., St. David's Georgetown Hospital and Southwestern University all also employ a number of members of the local community.
Part of what draws many to homes for sale in Georgetown Texas is the aesthetics of the community. Georgetown has been called the "Red Poppy Capital of Texas" because of the brilliant red poppies that grow wild throughout the community. Each year around 30,000 people flock to Georgetown for the Red Poppy Festival in April when they are at peak.
The Victorian architecture in both commercial and residential buildings throughout Georgetown adds to its aesthetic charm, and the historic central business district and town square are quite beautiful. The Williamson County Courthouse Historical District and its 46 structures are listed with the National Register of Historic Spaces.
If you are ready to make this charming, historic community your home, trust Mick Hooper of Crosswind Realty. He will help guide you to the right Georgetown TX homes for sale for your tastes and budget.