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Georgetown used to be a quiet little town, located 30 miles north of the busy city of Austin. With all of the growth that Austin has experienced, however, it has grown and changed quite a bit.
While Georgetown offers plenty of neighborhoods with space for families to spread out, there are also some restricted neighborhoods with one-acre plots. Georgetown is also home to the city within a city, Sun City. This is an age restricted community. Neighborhoods in Georgetown include Addison, Northlake, Berry Creek, and Georgetown Crossing. The Oldtown District features homes dating back over 100 years, while newer areas, such as Cimarron Hills and Estates of Westlake feature more significant, more expensive, homes.
There are many of home constructions in Georgetown. You’ll find Victorian-style homes, simple cottages, and bungalow style homes. Some houses date back over 100 years but have undergone renovations to update them. There are also modern constructions, including Tuscan and Mediterranean styled mansions.
A majority of homes in Georgetown are owned. The median cost of a house is around $296,000. For those looking to rent in this area, the average rent is around $1,600 with average prices ranging from just over $1,000 a month for a studio up to around $2,300 for a 4-bedroom.
For those looking to have the proximity to the city, but who still want to have space of their own and a little bit of a slower paced lifestyle, Georgetown is an excellent place to call home.
Georgetown used to be a quiet little area. Today, it is quite busy with all kinds of activities for individuals of all ages. No matter what time of year it is, there’s always something to do in Georgetown. Here’s just a bit of what you can expect living in Georgetown.
Georgetown has plenty of incredible restaurants. In addition to chains that you can find just about anywhere, you’ll find restaurants featuring all kinds of cuisine. Whether you’re craving Asian, Italian, or American barbeque, you have specific dietary restrictions, or you want to try something new, Georgetown has something for everyone. There’s the Red Poppy Coffee Company, Brix and Ale, and Wildfire.
If you like going out to enjoy the night scene, Georgetown has several places to go. There’s the Uptown Social, CJ’s Sports Bar, and Wriggley’s Pub. If you like karaoke, check out the Office Lounge. Roots offers live music on Saturday nights.
There are numerous shops in Georgetown, from small, unique shops to larger department stores. There’s Dragonfly Sage Treasures & Tails, Brazos Market, Therapie Boutique, and Handcrafts Unlimited. There’s also the Wolf Ranch Shopping Center and the Premium Outlets.
There’s no shortage of parks and outdoor activities in Georgetown. Here, you’ll have your pick from the San Gabriel Park, Lake Georgetown, and Garey Park. There’s also plenty of hiking and biking trails.
You can take the kids to the Downtown Splash Pad or the Georgetown Splash Pool. Explore the Inner Space Cavern together. Check out the Williamson Museum. You can also check out All Things Kids, a shop filled with battery-free toys, books, and ice cream.
No matter what you’re looking to do, you don’t have to go far to find something in Georgetown.
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