The charm of Old Town enhances every Georgetown, TX retirement lifestyle.

Chisholm-trail_plaque_Milcham_building_1-11-09Perhaps you’re intrigued by the possibility of living in a breathtakingly preserved Victorian home within steps of “The Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas.” Or you find it appealing to share your hometown with Georgetown’s amazing collection of late 19th century Victorian homes, early 20th century cottages and bungalows built in the 1920’s.

Old Town in Georgetown, Texas, has it all.

Century old oak trees shade our streets while proximity to Southwestern University adds to the John_Leavell_house_1890_803_College_stappeal of this charming area. A local historic ordinance protects the downtown Square, while zoning ordinances discourage commercial encroachment that would destroy the integrity of the older residential areas. The State of Texas and the National Register of Historic Places have awarded historical designations to individual structures, sites and neighborhoods throughout the city.

While many of the homes have been restored combining contemporary features with the charm of the early 20th century, for those who have dreamed of restoring an old home, there are opportunities here for you. You can see some current Old Town Marsh-F-Smith_House_1242_Austin_Ave_biggerlistings here.

But for those of you who are like me, who prefer new and newer homes with all the conveniences, you’ll find the retirement lifestyle of Sun City, Berry Creek, Heritage Oaks and other neighborhoods to your liking.

Join me for an Old Town Walking or Driving Tour!

When you visit to explore your Georgetown Retirement, I’d love to show you my Old Town favorites in the Belford Historic District. Named in honor of master builder Charles S. Belford, it’s just 8 blocks in size and seventy-three of the district’s 81 structures are at least half a century old. We’ll also see the University Avenue/Elm Street Historic District where several of the city’s most financially successful and socially prominent families erected large Victorian frame.

Georgetown TX Retirement is not about living in the past.

The Georgetown area is widely considered one of the prettiest cities in all of Williamson County, and it is especially easy to see why during the spring and summer months when thousands of poppies and wild flowers are in full, bright bloom. What makes Georgetown Texas another great choice for living is the fantastic Georgetown real estate communities, including the popular Sun City Texas real estate active adult communities. Compared to many of Austin’s other suburbs, housing costs for Georgetown are a bit higher; however, there is a level of lifestyle that is attained with Georgetown homes for sale that you cannot find in those other suburbs.

Active Adult Communities Georgetown

Georgetown TX activities, beautiful local parks, local clubs, community events, Senior University and great public school systems, as well as the breathtaking neighborhoods geared for baby boomers and beyond, provide a relaxed, yet entertainment filled lifestyle that allows you to choose how busy you desire to be. Georgetown home buyers have the option of living along the banks of the San Gabriel River when they buy one of the city’s restored Victorian homes or new Tuscan villas and the five local golf courses provide a fantastic day for delegating business or just working on your swing. The popular walking and biking trails around Lake Georgetown lead riders to the edge of Texas Hill Country.

Relocate to Georgetown TX Real Estate

Austin may be the self-proclaimed “Live Music Capital of the World,” and offers the best selection of performing arts in the region; however, Georgetown’s annual food and arts festivalsindependently-owned restaurants, rodeo, nearby wineries, downtown-georgetown-300x187neighborhood social events, and Georgetown TX community activities keep residents close to home.

Find out more about Georgetown, its attractions, its residents and its home ownership opportunities at www.GeorgetownTXRetirementLifestyle.com. If you are interested in making Georgetown, TX your hometown, contact me, Virginia Lazenby.

Until next time,

Virginia

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