Magnolia is located about 45 miles northwest of Houston and 25 miles southwest of Conroe in Montgomery County. Over 100 years, the city has grown from a sleepy, sawmill town to a thriving community of about 2500 people. The greater Magnolia area spans 12 miles in all directions with an estimated population of more than 138,000.
Magnolia residents enjoy that small town charm, while still having access to big city amenities via major arteries like I-45 and Hwy 290. Major work hubs, retail and dining, and cultural centers are all less than 45 minutes away in the Woodlands and Houston.
The quality of life and cost of living in Magnolia makes it attractive to a variety of residents including new families, empty nesters, and business executives. Homeowners have a variety of living options to choose from – conventional subdivisions, farm and ranch living, or custom designed homes on sprawling acreage. As part of the Texas Piney woods region, it is a haven for birders, cyclists, equestrians, nature lovers and other outdoor enthusiasts.
Proud of its history, the city hosts many small festivals throughout the year including Depot Day which supports the activities of Magnolia’s very own historical society. Every fall, the city opens its doors to over half a million guests of the Texas Renaissance Festival.
The Magnolia area is far enough removed from the hectic hustle of the city, but still close enough for you to feel connected and have all you need to stay healthy and happy.
Here’s some 2021 stats on Magnolia:
- Median size of single-family homes was 2300 sqft with a range of 1000 – 12000 sqft.
- Median price of a home was $315,000 with a range between $100,000 and $2,500,000.
- Median cost per sqft was $146.
- Median days on market was 13 with majority of homes being sold in less than 3 months.
- Zip codes are 77316, 77354, 77355, 77381, 77362, 77382, 77384.
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