Living In Georgetown

Posted by on Sep 1, 2012 in Georgetown

Georgetown is one of the most beautiful communities in the country. Established in 1848, Georgetown was established as a satellite community to nearby Austin, Texas’ capital. While the area has evolved over the centuries, it retains its rich history of frontier spirit and independence.

Georgetown has “one of the most fastidiously preserved historical downtowns in the country” The buildings have retained their elegant facades, antique streetlights and brick sidewalks. The oak and pecan trees shading the streets are some of the oldest and largest in Texas, and have guarded centuries of residents as they stroll through town.  Residents revel in the shared history of the community, and as such carefully preserve their own homes and neighborhoods as well. There are over 180 homes and buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

Outdoor enthusiasts will find plentiful sunshine, a moderate climate and the beauty of the Texas Hill Country right outside their door.  Georgetown has been named one of the best cities in the US to live and retire.  The community infrastructure is superior, with excellent schools and first rate health care.

Making the decision to relocate to Georgetown needn’t involve searching for the perfect home for you and your family.  The perfect home can be built just for you.  A unique expression of your family, to be treasured and passed down through the generations, just as Georgetonians have all through the years.