Small Towns in Texas | Best Places to Live

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Texas is one of the largest states in the U.S. Due to this fact; it stands to reason that Texas has a variety of different cities and townships that operate in a variety of ways. The state of Texas has many metropolitan areas that attract hundreds of thousands to millions of inhabitants to the metro area. Texas is also made up of a large number of small, unique towns.

Some small towns in Texas are the epitome of the American experience. Small town living has many advantages, and at the top of the list is the feeling of being one large family. Small towns in Texas often have families who have been in the community for decades or more. It is also easy to get to know new -comers in a small Texas town. If you are looking for a homey, family feeling community, small towns in Texas are a good place to start and here are some we like. Continue reading “Small Towns in Texas | Best Places to Live”

Texas Retirement Towns

Many people stay in the same house and area when they retire or just move to a small town within 90 miles of where they have lived.  If that is the case, then Texas is bound to be a huge state for retirement. 

Aransas County, Brewster County, Kendall County, Henderson County – Cedar Creek Lake, Gillespie County, Hays County, Williamson County, Montgomery County TX – Lake Conroe areas, Burnett County, Hidalgo County, Comal County, Trinity County all are retirement spots in Texas.

  Please click on the title to this post, then scroll down this page and give us your comment where in Texas you would like to retire to and why?  What are the best areas?   What are the up and coming maybe little know areas that would be good place for retirement living?