The City of Georgetown, TX is located about 25 miles north of Austin in Williamson County and is regarded as one of the prettiest cities in the County. Over the years, Georgetown has earned a reputation for being a go to city for retirees. In 2007, when it was named by Retirement Places Rated as the Best Place in America to Retire, that pretty must sealed the city’s label. But, that reputation is changing. Recently, we’ve seen an influx of not just retirees, but younger people with kids looking for a suburban location that not too far away from a more urban area and the Hill Country as well. As the Georgetown ISD continues to improve, Georgetown will continue to attract new residents. Scroll Down to Read our Georgetown Neighborhood Guide.
Georgetown Homes for Sale
Georgetown Neighborhood Map
Use the interactive map below to explore Georgetown neighborhoods.
Georgetown consists of several distinct neighborhoods in all price ranges. Use the guide below to explore the city. The profile listed next to the picture is the average home in each neighborhood as of February 2017.
|Beltorre – 3-4 beds, 3 baths, 3,000-3,500 sqft, High $400,000s – High $600,000s||Berry Creek – 2-6 beds, 2-5 baths, 1,450-6,800 sqft, Low $200,000s – High $800,000s||Brownstone at the Summit – 2-4 beds, 2-5 baths, 2,000-3,100 sqft, High $300,000s – Low $600,000s|
|Churchill Farms – 3-4 beds, 2-3 baths, 1,500-3,000 sqft, High $100,000s – High $200,000s||Cimarron Hills – 3-5 beds, 2-5 baths, 1,800-7,000 sqft, Mid $300,000s – $2.2MM||Enclave – 4 beds, 3-4 baths, 3,300-3,500 sqft, Mid-High $400,000s|
|Escalera Ranch – 3-6 beds, 2-5 baths, 3,500-5,500 sqft, Low $600,000s – High $800,000s||Estates of Westlake – 3-5 beds, 2-6 baths, 2,600-7,600 sqft, Low $500,000s – Mid $600,000s||Estrella – 4-5 beds, 3-5 baths, 2,800-4,800 sqft, High $400,000s – Low $700,000s|
|Falls of San Gabriel – 3-4 beds, 2-3 baths, 2,600-4,200 sqft, High $400,000s – Mid $600,000s||Fountainwood – 3-5 beds, 2-4 baths, 1,800-4,200 sqft, Low $300,000s – High $500,000s||Gabriels Grove – 3-5 beds, 2-4 baths, 3,000-5,800 sqft, Mid $500,000s – $1.0MM|
|Gabriels Overlook – 3-6 beds, 2-5 baths, 2,200-5,200 sqft, Low $400,000s – Mid $700,000s||Georgetown Village – 3-5 beds, 2-4 baths, 1,600-4,000 sqft, Low $200,000s – Mid $400,000s||Heritage Oaks – 2-3 beds, 2-4 baths, 1,400-3,800 sqft, Low $200,000s – Low $500,000s|
|Katy Crossing – 2-5 beds, 2-3 baths, 1,000-2,900 sqft, Mid $100,000s to High $200,000s||Logan Plateau – 3-5 beds, 2-6 baths, 2,800-5,800 sqft, Low $340,000s – High $900,000s||Logan Ranch – 3-5 beds, 2-4 baths, 2,700-4,100 sqft, High $400,000’s – Mid $600,000’s|
|Parkside at Mayfield Ranch – 3-5 beds, 2-4 baths, 1,500-4,600 sqft, Mid $200,000s – Mid $500,000s||Preserve – 4-5 beds, 3-5 baths, 3,800-4,500 sqft, Mid $500,000s – Low $700,000s||Ranches of Sonterra – Homes from the $1,500,000s – Lots from the Mid $200,000s|
|Rancho Sienna – 1-7 beds, 1-4 baths, 1,700-4,000 sqft, Mid $200,000s – Mid $500,000s||River Chase – 3-5 beds, 2-4 baths, 2,500-5,700 sqft, Low $500,000s – $1.2MM||San Gabriel River Estates – 3-5 beds, 2-5 baths, 2,500-5,300 sqft, Low $300,000’s – High $700,000’s|
|Santa Rita Ranch – 3-5 beds, 2-4 baths, 1,600-3,500 sqft, Mid $300,000s – High $700,000s||Serenada – 2-5 beds, 2-4 baths, 1,300-6,300 sqft, High $100,000s – Mid $500,000s||Shady Oaks Estates – 3-4 bed, 2-4 baths, 2,000-3,500 sqft, Mid $300,000s to High $500,000s|
|Snow Woods – 4 beds, 2-4 baths, 2,500-4,300 sqft, Mid $400,000s – Low $800,000s||Summercrest – 3-4 beds, 2 baths, 1,600-3,200 sqft, High $100,000s – Low $200,000s||Sun City – 1-5 beds, 1-4 baths, 900-3,900 sqft, High $100,000s – High $800,000s|
|Texas Traditions – 2-3 bed, 2 bath, 1,500-2,200 sqft, From the Low $200,000s – Mid $300,000s||Woods – 3-5 beds, 2-4 baths, 1,800-4,400 sqft, High $300,000s – Low $700,000s||Tuscany Villas – 4-5 beds, 3-4 baths, 3,500-4,500 sqft, Mid $500,000s – Low $700,000s|
|Walnut Springs – 3-4 beds, 2-3 baths, 2,600-3,500 sqft, Low $400,000s – High $500,000s||Water Oak – 2-5 beds, 2-4 baths, 2,000-3,800 sqft, Low $300,000s – High $400,000s||Woodland Park – 3-5 beds, 2-6 baths, 2,200-4,600 sqft, Low $400,000s – High $700,000s|
Georgetown has the widest range of housing types, prices and costs of any Austin area city. With home prices ranging from $50,000 to $1,500,000, there is literally something for everyone. Georgetown has historic homes, homes with acreage, traditional neighborhood homes and luxury homes. Use the neighborhood guide above to explore neighborhoods that meet your size and price requirements.
Average Georgetown Home
The average home in Georgetown has the following profile:
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- Average Size: 2,205 sqft
Georgetown Real Time Market Stats
The chart below shows the number of Georgetown homes for sale, number of foreclosures in Georgetown, number of pre-foreclosures in Georgetown, average list price, average days on market and average list price per sq ft in Georgetown. These figures are calculated with active listings on a weekly basis. Texas is a non-disclosure state, so we can’t display sold data. If you sign up for our Georgetown Sold Data report (below), you’ll get an email with sold market stats. No spam, promise!
Georgetown Sold Data – What Georgetown Homes Actually Sold For
What sold recently in Georgetown and for how much? Where can I find pictures of homes that actually sold? How many days does it take to sell a home in Georgetown? How many homes are currently for sale in Georgetown? What’s the median sold price in Georgetown? What does the 90 day historic market trend look like in Georgetown? How’s the Georgetown market trending? All of these questions (and more!) can be answered on our Georgetown Sold Data Report.
How’s the Market in Georgetown?
Below you’ll find a quick snapshot on the Georgetown real estate market. For more stats and analysis, check out our Georgetown Real Estate Market Report.
|Georgetown Homes for Sale vs Homes Under Contract||Georgetown Median Days on Market|
Things to Do in Georgetown
Probably the most well known Georgetown attraction are the Inner Space Cavern, which was discovered in 1963 by the Texas Highway Department during the construction of IH-35. You can take one of three guided tours depending on how adventurous you would like to get. If you like hiking, head over to San Gabriel River where you’ll find miles of trails. Prefer to shop, head over to the Georgetown Square. Like wine tasting? Try the Georgetown Winery.
Places to Eat Near Georgetown
If you’re in the mood for Greek food, head over to Plaka Greek Cafe. Prefer American, try Laurie’s Too Tearoom. Sushi? Try Wasabi. Tex-Mex? Try La Playa Mexican Cafe.
Realtors Specializing in Georgetown
Raymond Stoklosa and Rebecca Williamson are Realtors specializing in Georgetown homes. Whether you’re looking to buy or sell a home in Georgetown, Raymond and Rebecca know the area well and have the experience and tools necessary to make your next real estate transaction stress free. For more info about who we are and how we work, check out Buying a Home in Georgetown and Selling a Home in Georgetown.