Granbury Texas Homes for Sale
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NTREIS data last updated December 1, 2020.
Granbury Texas Real Estate
Welcome to Granbury Texas, the beautiful Texas community surrounding Lake Granbury. Known as one of the better places in America to retire, this town of about 10,000 residents offers a wide range of home styles, designs, and of course, fantastic waterfront activities. Granbury is about an hour and 1/2 outside of Dallas and Fort Worth in about three hours from Austin Texas. It's the county seat of Hood County and is 35 miles southwest of Fort Worth.
Its most prominent landmark is when the Brazos River Dam was built in 1969 which formed Lake Granbury. This is a long, narrow lake that flows through the center of the city.
Granbury and Hood County are rich in Texas history. Davy Crockett's wife Elizabeth settled in this county in 1853 following the Texas Revolution against Mexico. Davy Crockett received 640 acres in land grants, which is now Hood County. She's currently buried at the Acton State historic site, the smallest state park in the state of Texas. A large statue of Elizabeth Crockett marks her gravesite and several of Crockett's descendants still reside in the county. Legend has it that John Wilkes Booth moved to Hood County and assume the name of John St. Helen after which a store on the historic town square is named.
Granbury has been voted in USA Today's Best Historic Small Town in America rich in culture, Texas history, and Southern hospitality. With the historic downtown square featuring shops, restaurants, markets, and summer festivals and street fairs, Granbury is not only a wonderful place to live but to visit and play.
Lake Granbury is our shining star where you can enjoy boating, jet skiing, fishing, and swimming. There are multiple parks with miles of trails and acres of sports fields. There are several golf courses, the Acton nature trail, and we have a state-of-the-art conference center perfect for meetings and events throughout the year. We have over 40 historical landmarks throughout Granbury and a vibrant arts scene with galleries, studios, the Granbury Opera House, and annual events to draw and folks from all over the county.
"Granbury is such a neat little Texas town! It is chalk full of activities for all ages. It is best known for the fun adventures on the lake and the square. The square offers people a chance to socialize, dine, and shop! The opera house was established in 1886 and is one of the main attractions of the square. Just off of the square is the Granbury city park and beach. The Brazos river runs throughout the entire town. Boating on a hot summer day never disappoints! Throughout the year, Granbury has many celebrations such as General Granbury’s birthday, 4th of July, and other holidays." - Niche.com
The Granbury Independent School District is the public school district based in Granbury. The district serves the Eastern Hood County cities of DeCordova, Cresson, and Brazos Bend along with several unincorporated communities such as Pecan Plantation and Oak Trail Shores. Smaller portions of other counties such as Parker, Johnson, and Somervell also are part of the district and it's been recognized and rated as one of the best by the Texas education agency.
The district hosts one high school, the Stars Accelerated high school, two middle schools, the intermediate school for grades 3-5, and 4 elementary schools as well as a pre-k through second-grade elementary school. There's also the behavior transition center for all grades as well.
Granbury Real Estate
Homes in Granbury run the gamut of his designs, styles, ages, and prices. From gated waterfront homes that Grand Harbor to beautiful estates at Indian Harbor and single-family bungalows and properties on both sides of the river and the lake. Residents are split right down the middle between those that own and those that rent. There is an extremely affordable median home value of just $175,000 with a median rent of $965. You'll find homes from $120,000 up to $900,000 or more depending on luxury amenities, customizations, and acreage.
Regardless, if you're looking to live on the lake, Lake Granbury offers a variety of styles and because the lake is so expansive with miles and miles of shoreline, there's a little piece of Lakeside for everyone. Start your online search with this website or simply contact us below to get started or for a customized list of homes that meet your search criteria and price in the Granbury Texas real estate market.
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