Seguin, Texas Real Estate and Community Information
The city of Seguin is located in Guadalupe, Texas and the 78155 and 78156 zip codes. The 2012 estimated population was 26,275 residents. The city enjoys an unemployment rate and cost of living that is considerable lower than the national average. The economy is robust and continues to grow as the city attracts more businesses.
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The Seguin Independent School District (SISD) provides public school education for most of the city and the Navarro Independent School District (NISD) provides public school education in the northern part of Seguin. SISD operates and maintains seven elementary, two middle and one high school. The district also operates one learning center, one alternative and one early college high school. NISD operates and maintains one elementary, one junior high, one middle and one high school. Both districts offer educational opportunities for children in Kindergarten through grade 12.
There are also several private schools in the city and surrounding communities offering an alternative to public school education. The schools provide education for children in Kindergarten through grade 12.
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Available real estate includes single family homes, condominiums, cooperatives and undeveloped residential properties. Some of the undeveloped properties are in subdivisions. Most real estate is affordable with a few select properties in the expensive category. Home buyers will find a variety of homes from Queen Anne mansions to charming bungalows. Streets are tree lined and well maintained and the neighborhood residents come from a variety of backgrounds. The neighborhoods are family friendly and ideal for families, retirees and first time home buyers.
Perspective home buyers should contact Randy Schriewer. Mr. Schriewer is an experienced realtor who will assist home buyers when it comes time to find the right home.
Seguin is one of the oldest communities in the state having emerged 16 months after the Texas Revolution. The city was home to Dr. John E. Park, a contractor who experimented with building with concrete made from local materials. He built about 100 structures using this material and they included schools, churches, cisterns, homes, walls and the courthouse. Nearly 20 of those structures are still standing today.
The railroad came through the area in 1876 and brought inexpensive lumber and equipment used in the manufacturing of bricks. The town had five brickwork plants and wooden buildings in the downtown area were replaced by bricks by the beginning of World War One. Seguin wanted to preserve the past and was one of the first Main Street cities in the state. The downtown area was added to the National Register of Historic Places and there is architecture dating back to the 19th century from very prominent architects.
Parks and Recreation
Outdoor enthusiast will appreciate the recreational opportunities and facilities available for residents. The city operates and maintains Max Starcke Park. It is 227 acres and prior to being a park it was a pecan orchard. The park contains a children’s play area, an 18 hole golf course, paddling trail, walking trail, Wave Pool, sports fields and courts and a fishing area. Residents will also find picnic areas with pavilions. The city also offers a summer camp for children where they will enjoy arts and crafts, weekly field trips and lots of games.
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Attractions and Activities
Residents will find a variety of things to do in Seguin and the surrounding communities. Attractions and activities include bowling, an amusement park, theater, historic museums, movies, golf, rafting and tubing, children’s museums and an animal and snake farm. Family members of all ages will find things to do that are interesting, fun, entertaining and educational.
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Residents will also find many events that are designed to bring residents and neighborhoods together. Events include home tours, wine tasting, holiday and seasonal celebrations and music and food festivals. Residents will enjoy Pecan Festival. It is a two festival held in the fall and features music, food trucks and vendor booths.
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