City, Georgetown, Texas
Established Texas 55+ Golf Community Boasts Top-Notch Amenities, Including Three Golf Courses, and Reasonable Housing Prices
at Montgomery, Montgomery, Texas
Montgomery, outside of
Houston, is the location of Bonterra, a new 55+ neighborhood within
the wooded, secluded master planned development of Woodforest.
Heritage at Vizcaya,
Round Rock, TX
Outside of Austin in central Texas, Heritage at Vizcaya is a 55+ enclave
within a larger all ages community. It has single story single family homes and amenities that include a clubhouse,
an arts studio, a dog park and more.
Place, Pearland, Texas
Community Near the Gulf Coast
at Wildwood, Georgetown, Texas
In lush central Texas,
charming Georgetown is the setting for Oaks at Wildwood, an intimate,
established 55+ condominium community designed for privacy.
This state is large, and the population is estimated at 22,900,000. Two Spanish explorers were the first to visit the area, and this was in the 17th and 16th centuries. They settled near El Paso in 1682. There was also a short-lived French colony located at Matagorda Bay. Americans started to settle at the edge of the Brazos River, in 1821. Mexico controlled Texas at this time, and Mexico had become recently independent.
There was a series of short spats between the Mexican government and the American settlers until the Americans declared an Independent Republic of Texas, with Sam Houston as the head. The war did produce a couple of legendary battles, namely San Jacinto and the Alamo. There was the Mexican War in the mid-1800s, between Mexico and Texas. Texas has large amounts of natural resources, and its two biggest are agricultural products and industrial products. It's the second biggest in the country in size, after Alaska, and it leads every other state in the production of cattle, sheep, oil, as well as cotton.
Tourists are eager to spend over $44 billion each year when they visit over 100 state parks, the Gulf Coast resort area, recreation areas, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, the Alamo, Austin, and the Guadalupe and Big Bend Mountains Natl. Park. Visitors to Texas may also notice the variety of vegetables and fruit, peanuts, sugarcane, rice, and hay available in the state. Texas also produces asphalt, helium, salt, sulfur, drove mine, graphite, cement, natural gas, and clays.