Georgetown Homes & Real Estate

Search the newest Georgetown, TX homes for sale & real estate below! Georgetown seamlessly fuses the charm of small-town living with the convenience and vibrancy of modern amenities, making it an increasingly desirable location for new residents. The county seat of Williamson County, Georgetown, has a population of more than 79,000 residents and is just minutes away from the city of Austin. Georgetown is nestled in the heart of Texas and boasts beautiful parks, new developments, ample recreational opportunities, and a dynamic real estate market. Searching for further information on properties for sale in Georgetown, including prior sales history, prices, and property disclosures? Set up a private home tour of any property listed below by contacting your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Georgetown real estate.

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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 School Information

Leander Independent School District is the primary district in the city, but students can also choose to attend schools that are part of the Georgetown Independent School District. LISD consists of eight high schools, nine middle schools, and 27 elementary schools that serve more than 40,000 students.

Students who do not attend a public school can choose to go to a private school instead. Some of the private schools in Georgetown include Grace Academy, Community Montessori School, and Zion Lutheran School, among a few others.

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.

Georgetown TX Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a home in Georgetown? 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.

Contact The RealFX Group to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Selling your Georgetown property? Visit our market analysis page to receive a free home value estimate within minutes.

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