Magnolia, TX Real Estate
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Welcome to the exceptional range of Magnolia real estate. With quick access to Houston, Conroe, and The Woodlands, Magnolia is home to over 1,300 people. The greater Magnolia area spans about 12 miles in all directions and has a population of well over 60,000 people.
From conventional subdivisions to farms and ranches, there are a variety of options available in the Magnolia real estate market. The area is especially popular with buyers seeking equestrian properties or acreages within a scenic and conveniently-located community.
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Magnolia homes for sale are infused with a rich history and a stunning landscape. Originally called Mink, the town of Magnolia was officially renamed in 1903. The name change was in recognition of the Magnolia Petroleum Company, whose discovery and production of oil in the 1920s was the catalyst for development. By 1924, Magnolia was a thriving town with a range of shops and services, and has since grown to become the town it is today with a timeless emphasis on family, friendship, and values.
Some of the subdivisions in Magnolia include Indigo Lake Estates, Westwood, and Lake Windcrest. Magnolia Ridge, which is located in the heart of Magnolia, blends country charm with city comforts and features parks, playgrounds, trails, a pool, a town center, school, and medical facilities. Thousand Oaks is a master-planned, gated community in Magnolia, with heavily wooded home sites, two community swimming pools, two party pavilions, five country-style bridge houses, an equestrian center, elementary and high schools, nearby colleges and universities, and three private ski lakes. Choose a Magnolia neighborhood from below to learn more!
Exquisite Living In Magnolia, TX
Residents of Magnolia homes for sale enjoy the Magnolia Stroll, a shaded half-mile walkway with seating walls, beautiful landscaping, and public art displays. They also enjoy Sullivan Park and Unity Park: a 30-acre park with walking trails, a skate park, playgrounds, a splash pad, and a full-service pavilion that can seat 500 people. The farmers' market is always a fantastic way to try some fresh, local fare! Thousands of visitors come to Magnolia to participate in the incredible Texas Renaissance Festival, which features an enchanting 55-acre village, complete with costumed performers, and over 200 daily performances all set in an authentically recreated 16th century British village.
Determined to keep its small town atmosphere, residents of Magnolia have friendly attitudes and strong, traditional American values. Sometimes considered a bedroom community, Magnolia continues to grow and evolve while protecting what is valued by its residents.
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Listing information last updated on March 31st, 2020 at 2:40am CDT.