Three Best Places to Live in Texas
December 5, 2012
Thinking of moving to the Lone Star State? Wondering what Texas has to offer? There are many great reasons to live in Texas, with many opportunities and activities for the entire family. However, with so much to go, do, and see, it can be difficult to decide which city in Texas is the best for your family. If you’re thinking of making the second-largest state in America your new home, read on.
Dallas-Fort Worth. If you’re interested in living near one of the most popular areas in Texas, but don’t want to live in the hustle-and-bustle of downtown, consider selecting a master planned community in the DFW metropolis area. Our resort-style communities of DFW include Lake Ridge at Joe Pool Lake and The Reserve at SugarTree. If you enjoy the convenience of lakeside living, ask us for more information about Lake Ridge at Joe Pool Lake in Cedar Hill. And if you enjoy hiking the trails among beautiful nature preserves, spending the day at a Championship golf course, and fishing in the Brazos River, be sure to check out The Reserve at SugarTree in Dennis.
Bryan-College Station. If you enjoy the feeling of a small-town, consider moving to the Bryan-College Station area. This location is the perfect spot for your family if you’re looking for a natural environment flourishing with plants and greenery. Texas Homesites invites you to take a walk through our nature preserves available at our King Oaks at College Station master planned community. Also available at King Oaks is a fishing pier, private parks, athletic fields, and trails for walking, hiking, and horseback riding.
San Antonio-Austin. Attention wine lovers! If you’re looking for the best master planned community in Texas, consider Vintage Oaks at the Vineyard in New Braunfels. As part of the Texas Hill Country, you’ll find the perfect oasis surrounded by rolling Texas hills and flourishing wine vineyards. A multi-pool water park, a lazy river floating pool, and private nature parks are among some of the amenities offered in this community. Living in Vintage Oaks also provides access to nearby attractions, such as The Alamo, San Antonio River Walk, Sea World, and numerous wineries and vineyards.
If you’re interested in living in Texas, contact Texas Homesites for more information about what we can do for you. We can help you with everything from finding the perfect Texas land to build your dream home to the luxuries of living in a master planned community.