Georgetown, TX Real Estate and Homes for Sale

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About Georgetown, TX

Incorporated in 1848, Georgetown is a city situated in Williamson County, Texas, and is the county seat. With over 180 buildings and homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is regarded as “The Fastest Growing City in the United States”.

Also commonly referred to as the Red Poppy Capital of Texas, Georgetown’s signature red poppies can be found throughout the city. Its annual Red Poppy Festival is a major tourist attraction with up to 30,000 visitors flocking annually to enjoy the local artwork, good food, and live music the event has to offer.

The city is home to a notable range of Victorian residential and commercial architecture and gives off a small-town vibe while offering all the conveniences and amenities of larger cities. Its historic central business district enjoys a strong occupancy rate with a collection of restaurants, specialty shops, offices, and stores.

People moving in from larger cities often end up pleasantly surprised by the wide range of entertainment, shopping, education, and healthcare facilities provided in the area. While the Southwestern University, the oldest university in Texas, offers 40 bachelor’s degrees to adult students of all ages, the Georgetown High School and Georgetown Independent School District serves students from pre-school through 12th grade.

There are several sites of interest in Georgetown. From Sun City Texas, a 5,300-acre age-restricted community, and Blue Hole Park to Palace Theater and Inner Space Cavern, rest assured there is plenty to do! The St. David’s Georgetown Hospital and Caring Home Health provide healthcare and homecare facilities to residents. Both are also among Georgetown’s major employers, hiring more than 1,050 people.

Georgetown is widely considered one of the prettiest cities situated in Williamson County, particularly during the summer and spring months when the city’s wildflowers and poppies are in full bloom. Residents come out of their Tuscan Villas and restored Victorian homes and can be seen playing golf at one of the local courses or enjoying a walk along the San Gabriel Riverbank.

As far as the city’s business climate and quality of life are concerned, Georgetown has received many accolades and continuing recognition. Businesses located here have access to a highly skilled and well-educated workforce, a vibrant and diverse business community, good cooperation between government and businesses, an extensive utility infrastructure, an exceptional transportation system, and a reasonable tax structure.

For people who are looking to retire and settle in, Georgetown is undoubtedly one of the best places to be! The city’s warm weather, numerous festivals & concerts, small-town charm, carefully preserved historic buildings, nearby medical facilities, vibrant downtown and thriving adult communities are just some of the many reasons why Georgetown is considered the best retirement destination in the US.

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