David Weekley Homes – Mission Ranch in College Station, TX / davidweekleyhomes.com
College Station: The Heart of the Texas Triangle
College Station is home to the main campus of Texas A&M University, one of the largest universities in the United States. However, College Station is much more than a college town. It’s one of the largest metropolitan areas in Texas with nearly 300,000 residents. Highly-rated public schools and tons of family-friendly activities make College Station an attractive city for potential homebuyers.
Homebuyers looking for quality schools for their children can appreciate College Station’s school system. The College Station Independent School District has over 13,000 students in 19 schools throughout the city. It received A and B grades for student achievement, progress, and performance. One of the biggest draws is Texas A&M University, a renowned public research university designated as a land, sea, and space grant institution. Budding astronauts, agricultural engineers, and naval research scientists who hope to join the 70,000 Texas A&M students can get an early start on their education in College Station.
More Than Great Schools
You don’t have to be a Texas A&M Aggie to enjoy some of the most popular landmarks and attractions in College Station. The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum on the main campus is the burial site and presidential library of George H.W. Bush and his wife Barbara Bush. Visitors can explore the life and times of the 41st U.S. President through educational exhibits, replicas of items and documents, and temporary exhibits that rotate through the year. Another interesting historical activity is the Museum of the American GI of TX-6, where visitors can see and learn about historic military vehicles, uniforms, and equipment of American servicemen and women.
When the weather is nice in College Station, homebuyers can take advantage of outdoor attractions like Peach Creek Vineyards and Winery, north of the Museum of the American GI. Peach Creek offers wine tastings, tours, and special events. Or, bring the family to Lick Creek Park, one of many parks in College Station that provides trails and scenic views. During the holidays, kids will love visiting Santa’s Wonderland off TX-6, a recreated Christmas village with light displays, hayrides and themed holiday events.
Since its origins in 1860, College Station has grown from a population of 350 to nearly 300,000. As the city continues to grow along with its economy and university presence, new housing developments are on the rise too. Take your clients on a tour of the College Station community today.
4TH QUARTER 2019
|ZIP CODE||COMMUNITY||BUILDER||BASE PRICE – TO BE BUILT|
|77845||Barron Crossing – SCB Urban Town Homes||Stylecraft Builders||$100s (mid)|
|77845||Bridgewood||Stylecraft Builders||$200s (high)|
|77845||Castlegate II 75′||David Weekley Homes||$300s (mid)|
|77845||Creek Meadows||Stylecraft Builders||$200s (low)|
|77840||Mission Ranch||David Weekley Homes||$300s (low)|
|77840||Mission Ranch 75’s||Ravenna Homes||$400s (low)|
|77845||Southern Pointe||Stylecraft Builders||$200s (low)|