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Georgetown, Texas was once a sleepy town, and was never really considered part of the Austin hustle and bustle. But, with the growth around metro Austin and the addition of major arterial highways leading north out of the city, this is changing rapidly. While not a bedroom community for Austin, Georgetown Texas is a great alternative for those wanting a slightly slower paced life, proximity to Austin, and perhaps a little room to spread out. Located about 30 miles north of downtown Austin, Georgetown is best known for its old-fashioned courthouse square, fully renovated and functioning 100+ year old courthouse, and charming Main Street historic district. The Williamson County Courthouse Historic District was put on the National Regisof Historic Places in 1977. Georgetown’s Square, and the city itself, is really a must-see for anyone considering relocation to the area. There are numerous dining options around The Square, as well as a local winery, and ample shopping options to appeal to a variety of consumer tastes and budgets.
Perhaps less known about Georgetown, Texas is the abundance of one-acre, restricted neighborhoods located around the city. Most of these neighborhoods are just outside the city limits, yet they feature many of the creature comforts that growing families want in more traditional neighborhood settings.
The city is also home to a “city within a city.” Sun City, Texas is a 5,000+ acre age-restricted community for people 50+. The location of this retirement community in Georgetown was originally hotly contested; many residents feared a retirement community was not the youthful image that Georgetown wanted to present. However, the residents of Sun City now make up more than a third of Georgetown’s total population.
The area east of Georgetown is highly agricultural, with cotton being the primary crop. The area to the west of the city features hilly, limestone terrain. Inner Space Cave, to the south of Georgetown is a major tourist attraction, featuring karst formations.
Many have neighborhood common areas, and hiking trails, as well as easy access to Lake Georgetown and the trail system that surrounds the lake. Some homesites also have lake or panoramic views of the Hill Country. These neighborhoods primarily exist on the west side of town, yet many are less than 10 minutes from downtown Georgetown and I-35.homesites also have lake or panoramic views of the Hill Country. These neighborhoods primarily exist on the west side of town, yet many are less than 10 minutes from downtown Georgetown and I-35.
Most rely on an individually owned septic system and, while a septic system can be a deterrent for some buyers, many homeowners find few complications from a modern septic system. Even better, most homeowners will also realize a reduced property tax bill since the house doesn’t require city sewer services. Local private water districts commonly provide water to these areas, too; most do not require well water.
TexAsphalt is celebrating its 11th successful season of paving, sealcoating, striping, and customer service. We are a reliable locally owned family business and believe our clients’ needs are the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a large number of business comes from repeat customers and referrals. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the asphalt industry. We are a fully insured company and work with Residential and Commercial properties. We are professionals in the asphalt industry and our credentials include:
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