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The City of Rosenberg

About 30 miles southwest of Houston past Sugarland lies Rosenberg, a city with small-town charm that’s experiencing unprecedented growth in recent years. The area was originally settled in the early 1800s and was named after Henry Rosenberg, a Swiss immigrant and the first president of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway. At the turn of the 20th century, Rosenberg’s population was just 1,000 residents. It has since grown to a population of over 36,000.

Welcome to Rosenberg /

Rosenberg Railroad Museum /

History plays a large part of Rosenberg’s culture. The Rosenberg Railroad Museum is one of the city’s most popular attractions, thanks to its guided tours, exhibits, and train watching. Just down 1st Street is the Black Cowboy Museum, which will please fans of cowboy culture and history. If your homebuyers appreciate history in their decor, Rosenberg has many vintage and antique stores as well. Antique lovers can browse Red Queen’s Attic for new and old treasures. The Vogelsang Antique Emporium just across Avenue G is full of wonderful vintage finds, too.

After browsing museum exhibits and antique treasures, Rosenberg visitors and residents can enjoy a meal nearby at Ol’ RailRoad Cafe, which serves comfort food in a quaint historic building. A bit further away from downtown is Gringo’s Mexican Kitchen, a highly-rated and popular Tex-Mex restaurant near Home Depot, Target, and Hobby Lobby in Brazos Town Center. There are plenty of other dining and shopping options off I-69 since one of Rosenberg’s perks is its convenient location.

Vogelsang Antique Emporium /

Gringo’s Mexican Kitchen /

Lamar Consolidated High School /

Family-Focused Buyers Will Love Rosenberg

Homebuyers looking to raise a family near good schools and plenty of public parks will enjoy Rosenberg. The city is served by Lamar Consolidated Independent School District, whose 42 schools in the system have a solid rating in performance, achievement and progress. There are a few private school options nearby too, including Saint John XXIII High School, Living Water Christian School, and Holy Rosary Catholic School. Outside of school time, parents can take their children to one of Rosenberg’s many public parks. Seabourne Creek Nature Park is a popular location to explore trails and go fishing. Further south is Sunset Park, a smaller park with sports facilities and playgrounds.

Many new homes are being built in Rosenberg to keep up with its growth and popularity. Show your clients a new community in Rosenberg — it’s sure to be their new favorite!

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