The real estate market is strong in Georgetown. The median price of a home is steadily increasing while the median number of days on the market is steadily decreasing. There are very few distressed properties on the market.
Whatever your preferred flavor, Georgetown has it!
Spread out on some acreage. Enjoy a smaller plot in the heart of the city where you can walk or bike to nearby shops and restaurants. Gaze at the shimmer of the San Gabriel river, take in breathtaking views of the Hill Country, or enjoy living in a more traditional city neighborhood. What follows is a list of just a few of the housing options. While by no means complete, it gives an idea of the types of options available to you.
Old Town includes a mix of Victorian homes, cottages, and bungalows mostly dating back to the 1900’s. Many Old Town residents fall in love with the close proximity to shopping and dining on the downtown Square, century old pecan trees, and friendly neighbors. The interior of these homes range from completely traditional to mostly modern.
Berry Creek & Berry Creek Reserve are family oriented, country club communities with mature trees and 2,000-5,000 sq ft homes located in northern Georgetown. Construction in Berry Creek began in the 1980’s and continues today. $250 – $600s
Serenada is located west of I-35 off Williams Drive. Though surrounded by the City of Georgetown, Serenada is not in the city limits. Living in Serenada can feel like country living thanks to the numerous deer, one to two acres wooded lots, and stunning hill country views. $150- High $200s
In Georgetown Village, people know their neighbors and kids walk to school. Located in northwest Georgetown, it features large open spaces, 9 miles of shaded trails, neighborhood parks & pools, and an activity center. Residents like that houses aren’t cookie cutter style homes and that most include a large porch and large backyard. $170 – Low $300s
Woodland Park & The Woods are located west of I-35 off Williams Drive. Homes in this neighborhood are typically on heavily wooded one or more acre lots with rolling hills. Golf lovers can enjoy their choice of three golf courses in nearby Sun City. Woodland Park has no homeowners association. $300s – High $500s
Cimarron Hills is best known for its Jack Nicklaus Signature Designed Golf Course. The country club includes a grand clubhouse with five dining areas, a fitness center, pool, tennis courts, and pro shop. Hike and bike trails located in Cimarron Hills include peaceful Hill Country views. Mid-$300s – Over $1 million.
River Ridge is located in southwest Georgetown. With beautiful brick and stone homes, numerous trees, and elevation changes, homes in this neighborhood as often described as surprisingly affordable. $250 – $450s
Churchill Farms homes were primarily built in the mid to late 90’s. Beautiful landscaping, wide streets, a playscape, pool, and an active HOA are some of the things that make this neighborhood so attractive. Churchill Farms is located just minutes from downtown Georgetown and mere blocks from SH-130. Low $100s – $250s
Summercrest is a beautiful community that was built in the early 2000s. Summercrest is perfect for someone wanting a moderate size house without a large yard to upkeep. Neighborhood features include a community pool and kids’ playground. Low to High $100s.
Katy’s Crossing is located on the east side of Georgetown close to SH-130. Most of the homes here were built between 1996 and 2006. An elementary school and middle school are located at the edge of the subdivision so most children walk or ride their bike to school. Pocket parks located throughout the neighborhood combined with the affordable home prices are part of the appeal of this neighborhood. Mid-$100s—low $200s.
Shady Oaks Estates is adjacent to Sun City yet outside the city limits. This serene, custom home community features acre plus lots with mature trees surrounding the spacious stone homes. New and resale homes available. $300s—mid-$500s.
River Chase offers custom homes nestled long the banks of the San Gabriel River. Lots are typically pristinely kept, include large shade trees, and are on an acre or more of land. The neighborhood’s location is very private yet close to downtown Georgetown. $400s-$800s.
Need help finding the perfect place?
Contact one of the many Georgetown real estate agents listed in the Chamber of Commerce Directory
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