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Magnolia Texas

Magnolia Tx

Magnolia Texas located in Montgomery County is a booming area to the northwest of Houston.Magnolia Texas is located along Hwy. 249, about 25 miles north of Houston in Montgomery County. As you can see by the sign the actual population of the town of Magnolia is approximately 1111.  The area is booming and the market area of Magnolia is more like 60,000 people.  This would be the people that have Magnolia as their mailing address.  The area in the last few years has experienced phenomenal growth.  You can find a home for any kind of lifestyle whether it be a home on acreage, farms & ranch or conventional subdivisions. 

Mailbox in the country in Magnolia Texas.

For people looking for a home on land close to the city this is the place to go. All you have to do to enjoy the landscape is look around you will find beautiful forest, rolling hills and much more. There are lots of hardwoods and pine trees in the terrain.


Horses and MagHorses in Magnolia Texasnolia Tx go together. This is the area where you can find horse property and still be able to commute to the city. The town has several stores that stock feed, supplies, tack, clothing and more. It is not hard to find veterinary services in and around the Magnolia area. If you don't have a horse, no problem, there are plenty of horses for sale around Magnolia. Typically the country subdivisions will allow one horse per acre. 




This was once a tinyMagnolia Texas depot located along Hwy 249 town with the primary industry being sawmills. Early in the 1900's Magnolia was known as "Mink". The name of the town was changed in the mid 1900's. Sawmills need railroads so it was natural that the railroad should become an integral part of the community. Those days are long gone but the Magnolia Depot still stands as a tribute to that era. The Depot, as a result of the efforts of many community volunteers has been placed in its original location. The old depot which was once a hub of activity saw passenger and freight cars, filled with people, lumber, groceries, supplies, daily newspapers and just about any other necessity of the day rolled in and out. The depot now rests beside the tracks, with many trains passing through but never stopping for cargo or passengers.


Renaissance Festiveal held in Magnolia off of FM 1774.


 The Texas Renaissance Festival is held just north of Magnolia off of 1774.  The festival is held on 54 acres of pine trees and hardwoods.  The festival recreates a 16th century English Village known as New Market Village.  The Village is holding its annual harvest festival.  They are honoring the visiting King Henry VIII and his queen, Catherine of Aragon.

As you step through the gates of the village you will be part of the magic.  There are 27 Stages of entertainment from comedy, juggling, to sword fighting and acrobatics.  You can watch full contact jousting.  With over 300 shops and artist that have one of a kind masterpieces you are sure to stay entertained.


Magnolia has great schools.  The Magnolia Independent School district is a rapidly growing Magnolia West High Schoolschool district just like the entire area.  Magnolia has recently added its second High School, Magnolia West High School.  The district has 2 High schools, 4 intermediate schools and 7 elementary school.  Along with great schools they also have all kinds of extracurricular activities.

If you are looking for a place to live where you can get away from the hectic city life this could be just the place for you.

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Comment balloon 4 commentsMarchel Peterson • April 03 2007 05:11PM


Marchel, I love this post, informative, makes me want to move.  Warm weather too?  Hummm.....LOL
Posted by Bob Sloop, Consultant, Indianapolis, IN (RS Mortgage Consulting) over 13 years ago
Marchel, this one slipped by me yesterday! I love Magnolia TX. it's a really refreshing little community!
Posted by Danny Smith (DISCOVER TEXAS HOMES) over 13 years ago
Marchel,  Your blog page is wonderful.  Please tell me how you put pics in it. Thanks,  Sherri
Posted by Sherri Winton, Certified Distressed Property Expert (Texas Ally Realty Group) about 13 years ago

Hi Sherri:  Thank you.  Sorry it took me a few days to answer you.  Our son is home on leave and my life has been topsy turvsy for the last week.

Learning to put the pics in was trial and error.  After much frustration I found this post by Krstal Kraft to be really helpful when I was first learning.  To begin with my pictures were huge and all over the place.  If you get stuck let me know.  It gets easier the more you do it.

Posted by Marchel Peterson, Spring TX Real Estate E-Pro (Results Realty) about 13 years ago

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