Georgetown, Texas, referred to as the Red Poppy Capital of Texas, is the Williamson County seat. Located in the Hill Country of Central Texas, a half hour drive from Austin’s central business district and next door to Round Rock, Texas, this lovely community has one of the finest collections of Victorian commercial architecture in the State of Texas and is home to Southwestern University, the first institution of higher learning in Texas.  

There are many things to do in Georgetown.  The city is rich in culture, the performing arts, festivals, and special events-many of which are held on its beautiful town square.  Business, shopping, and dining opportunities abound in Georgetown.  Artisan crafts, antiques, confections, outdoor malls, and boutiques delight residents and visitors alike!  

Georgetown real estate for sale is vast and varying.  Homes on acreage, planned subdivisions, historic homes, and condominiums can be found.  Georgetown is home to the first Del Webb Community in Texas, Del Webb Sun City Texas.

The agents at Coldwell Banker United, Realtors® would love to share more about this delightful community with you, provide you a list of homes for sale in Georgetown, Texas, a list of Hill Country properties for sale, or provide you with Austin area relocation information.  Please contact me today!



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