Lubbock Homes & Real Estate

Welcome to your local Lubbock, TX homes for sale & real estate resource. Lubbock is a community in Texas with a vibrant economy, beautiful landscape, and a continually growing community that gives homebuyers a place to enjoy work, play, and relaxation in their own backyards. Searching for further information on properties for sale in Lubbock, 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 Lubbock real estate.

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Lubbock Real Estate Listings March 4, 2024
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Lubbock Real Estate Market

Lubbock is home to the Dunbar Historical Lake, with many small rivers and creeks branching off from the main waterway. Several of the best neighborhoods are set on the lake and the channels providing amazing waterfront properties with fantastic wildlife viewing from the comfort of your backyard, patio, balcony, or porch.

In addition to having beautiful waterfront views, many neighborhoods back up to Mackenzie Main City Park, which has wide-open green spaces and the Canyon Creek Golf Club golf course views. Residents living in the subdivisions connected to this park have access to many recreational amenities, such as playgrounds, dog parks, hiking trails, biking paths, and picnic areas, all within walking distance of their homes.

Many of the homes in Lubbock are made using traditional brick construction with front porches and large front and back yards. The real estate market for the area has an assortment of single-family homes and duplexes, with most of the homes being single stories. Many homes have four bedrooms and three bathrooms, averaging 1,300 to 1,500 square feet of living space.

Average home prices for Lubbock range between the mid-$100s to the mid-$300s. However, if you're looking for homes in luxury neighborhoods, there are plenty of options available that spare no expense. If you're interested in a custom home, there are also several local home builders who can help make your dreams a reality.

Master-planned communities are also on the rise in the area, especially in Lubbock's southwest regions. Other popular areas to live in Lubbock are LakeRidge and surrounding neighborhoods and the neighborhoods near Texas Tech.

Looking to live near, but not in, Lubbock? Check out our top small towns near Lubbock to find tiny towns with plenty of charm.

Lubbock Amenities

The community offers residents many shopping opportunities, including various stores at the area's enclosed mall—South Plains Mall—on the southwestern side of the town. Residents can also shop from multiple grocery stores, furniture stores, and clothing retailers throughout the community.

Those looking to buy a home in an active community with various arts and cultural activities and events will find plenty to do in Lubbock. The community is home to the South Plains Fair, which is an annual event with entertainment, live music, theme park rides, and carnival-like food.

Music lovers will enjoy visiting the Buddy and Maria Elena Holly Plaza in the historic Depot District, which showcases musicians who came from the area and hosts various events and live acts at places like the Cactus Theater and The Blue Light Live. In addition, Lubbock is home to the Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences in the downtown area, which hosts several of the community's more significant events. Additional performing arts activities in Lubbock include seeing the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra perform at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center Theatre or watching performances at the Moonlight Musicals Amphitheater and the Wells Fargo Amphitheater.

Lubbock is also home to numerous neighborhood parks, several featuring small lakes, hiking trails, and many opportunities for bird-watching. Popular parks in the area include Dunbar Lake Park and Mackenzie Park.

Lubbock is an agricultural community with a bustling economy, an affordable cost of living, and plenty of local employers, allowing residents a short commute to work. Some of the largest employers in the Lubbock area include Texas Tech University Medical Center, Lubbock County, AT&T, and United Supermarkets.

Highways 62, 84, and 114, as well as I-27, provide residents with access to most of the town and many neighboring communities. Nearby communities where residents can drive for more shopping, dining, entertainment, and recreation activities include the city of Pleasant Valley, the town of Tahoka, and the city of Shallowater.

Lubbock Local Highlights

  • Mackenzie Park is the premier park destination in the area, offering a mix of activities, including a golf course, amusement park, trails, and dog park set on 248 acres.
  • Buddy Holly Center is a historical location dedicated to preserving the memory of Buddy Holly and promoting music created by local performers.
  • Eddie's Barbecue serves mouth-watering, down-home barbecue cooking, including everything from ribs to sandwiches and chicken to mac and cheese.
  • Llano Estacado Winery is the largest best-selling winery in Texas, best known for sharing wines from around the world with residents.

Lubbock School Information

Residents are served by several public and private schools, including the public schools managed and operated by the Lubbock Independent School District. Public schools serving the community include Estacado High School, Honey Elementary School, and Evans Middle School. Additionally, residents can send their kids to private schools in the area, including Lubbock Christian School, Kingdom Preparatory Academy, and Southcrest Christian School.

School districts in and around Lubbock include Lubbock ISD, Lubbock-Cooper ISD to the south, Frenship ISD to the west, Shallowater ISD to the northwest, New Deal ISD and Abernathy ISD to the north, Idalou ISD and Lorenzo ISD to the northeast, Roosevelt ISD to the east, and Slaton ISD to the southeast.

Texas Tech University offers residents access to continuing education opportunities and technical college programs, including undergraduate work, law school, and medical school programs.

Lubbock, Texas, might be the place to start shopping for those looking to buy a home in an active community with plenty of things to do. This community has many parks, arts and culture venues, and some of the top employers in the area, reducing the need for residents to leave the town. With all these advantages, it's no wonder why so many people are moving to Lubbock.

Lubbock TX Real Estate Agents

Considering the purchase of a home in Lubbock? Allow our Lubbock, Texas, real estate experts to help you navigate the purchase of, or expertly negotiate the sale of, your Lubbock residence. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the unique dynamics of the Lubbock housing market.

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