Cresson Texas Homes for Sale

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Homes for Sale in Cresson June 14, 2024
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Relocating to Cresson Texas

Cresson Texas is located 20 minutes outside of Granbury about 30 minutes from Fort Worth. It's nestled on the interchange of Highway 171 and Highway 377. This small community is home to just under 1000 residents and is located to the corners of Hood, Johnson, and Parker counties. This small community was incorporated in 2001. It originally was thought to have been named after John Crescent, a captain of a wagon train that camped in the area before the Civil War, however, the original origin of the name has been lost to history. The town of Cresson was at one time served by the Fort Worth and the Rio Grande, the Gulf, Colorado, and Santa Fe railroad companies.

While the town was recently incorporated, the community of Cresson was established in 1887 and was once a progressive thriving community servicing two railroads, a cotton gin, a hotel, barbershop, bank, school, general store, and other businesses. Over the years, roads were improved and access to neighboring Granbury and Fort Worth became more accessible. Today, Cresson is a quiet residential community surrounded by beautiful ranches and farmland.

Cresson Schools

Cresson is part of the Granbury Independent School District and the Aledo Independent School District. Students are typically assigned to the Vandergriff elementary school, the Aledo middle school, the McAnally meant intermediate school and the Aledo high school.

What is Cresson known for?

Cresson is known for the Motorsport Ranch, a country club for motoring enthusiasts. This unique country club includes sports cars, race cars, and motorcycles established in 1996 focusing its activities on the theme of motorsports. The ranch is a place to explore the potential of race cars and vintage cars and for drivers to develop and practice their skills. The ranch offers convenience and accessibility for its members with two road racing courses, a 1.7-mile and 1.3-mile circuit. You can even store automobiles at the ranch and have your car professionally maintained.

Cressen Real Estate

Cresson is primarily ranch lands and farms with a median home value of about $115,000. 81% of residents own their own homes but you'll find a variety of large ranches, homes on small acreage, and the upscale, gated community of Tres Vista Estates. This 153-acre development is divided into 44 lots with various sizes and styles and an average size of about 3000 ft.² For more information on homes for sale in Cresson Texas, browse active listings above or contact our office at any time to schedule a showing.

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