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Discover Taylor Real Estate
Young families and first-time homebuyers are attracted to Taylor real estate for its phenomenal selection of homes. The median home price in Taylor is far less than that of larger cities, like Austin and San Antonio, making this a great spot for first-time investors.
Much of the real estate in Taylor consists of single-family homes. They are typically ranchers or bungalows that have lovely front porches and manicured lawns. You’ll fall in love with the homes here from the moment your first lay eyes on them.
Since Taylor has a long history, the city is made up of established neighborhoods that have character and heritage homes that were built as far back as the 1920s. These heritage homes are some of the most spectacular properties on the market for their original designs and details. Oftentimes, they have ornate archways between rooms and hardwood flooring throughout the home.
Although these homes boast their original features, many times they have been modernized with renovations. Kitchens typically have upgraded appliances and sleek interior designs.
Alongside the character homes in the area are the new-builds located in developing communities. These homes are typically traditional in style and offer modern amenities, like media rooms, eat-in kitchens, and laundry rooms.
The best part about homes for sale in Taylor are their large backyards. Oftentimes, homes have spacious backyards where homeowners set up lounge spaces and entertainment areas. There is also plenty of room in these backyards to install playsets for children.
Taylor real estate also offer homebuyers and developers the option to build the house of their dreams. There are tons of undeveloped lots for sale located in up-and-coming communities, as well as around the outskirts of the city.
Taylor, TX Community Living
Taylor is located 40-minutes northeast of Austin in Williamson County. The nearest city to Taylor is Georgetown, which is a 30-minute drive away. The distance between the nearest large cities gives Taylor a true, suburban vibe.
The city was established in 1876 with the arrival of the International-Great Northern Railroad. With this, the city soon became a hub for shipping cattle, cotton, and grain. Now, the city has a thriving economy, especially because of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas. The ERCT is one of the largest employers in the town.
What so many people love about Taylor is its historic city center. Main Street is lined with character buildings that showcase the history of the city. One of these buildings is the retro Howard Theater where they feature blockbuster movies.
There’s also the Moody House Museum which is another nugget of the town’s history. It’s Dan Moody’s old home from when he was a governor. The gallery shares the story of his passion for justice and his family.
To celebrate both the town’s history and modernity, there are several festivals and events that occur throughout the year. Main Street and community parks play host to local events, like antique car shows and summer concerts. These festivals bring the community together unlike anything else.
Local Parks and Recreation
One of the reasons why so many homebuyers choose to invest in Taylor real estate is because the city itself offers so many great parks and amenities. Almost every neighborhood in the city has easy access to a park or playground where children can run around and play.
Murphy Park is a lovely spot that has scenic walkways around a pond, as well as a playground and sports facilities. Many locals enjoy coming to this park for weekend picnics.
Fannie Robinson Park is the best spot for kids. There’s a splash park that kids can enjoy in the summertime. For sports-lovers, there’s plenty of parkland where you can kick around a ball. There’s also a playground and a picnic pavilion.
Other great local parks include:
- Bull Branch Park
- Taylor Regional park & Sports Complex
- Heritage Square
With so many parks and amenities, it’s easy to fall in love with Taylor, TX. This historic town is sure to steal your heart.
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