Located deep in the heart of Texas and covering 14,000 square miles, the Hill Country is home to some of the finest that the Lone Star State has to offer. Our area always offers an event for everyone. In the summers, people enjoy the many natural attractions, like our springs and rivers, while our mild winters attract people from all over escaping snow.
Central Texas and the Texas Hill Country contain a rich history, with many landmarks and memorials including a number of still-standing forts and historic Fredericksburg homes. Hill Country wildlife flourishes and prime hunting and fishing opportunities are available. The hilly terrain makes for excellent golf, and the complex structure of caves of other natural formations allows for a number of unique activities, such as cave-diving and rare-rock collecting. The Texas Hill Country also boasts many great wineries and a Texas Wine Trail.
Texas Hill Country real estate is more affordable, with the average homes in Gillespie County costing less than the national median. Hill Country homes tend to be worth more than the Texas average, but be sure to get a free market analysis from a real estate professional before accepting any offers on your property. We know the area better than anyone and we will help you find the Texas Hill Country home of your dreams.