Nacogdoches Homes for Sale - Houston, TX

Browse all Nacogdoches homes for sale & Houston real estate listings below. Known as "The Oldest Town in Texas", Nacogdoches is a 300-year old city located in the heart of Deep East almost equal in distant between DFW, Houston, and Shreveport. Home to Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches is nestled between three national forests and only minutes away from two of the largest lakes in Texas. Nacogdoches's natural beauty, creeks, and trails have seen it designated the Garden Capital of Texas. For information about Nacogdoches neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Houston and Morgans Point real estate experts today.

Nacogdoches Homes for Sale - Houston, TX

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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $557K
Lowest Price $240K
Highest Price $1.2M
Total Listings 3
Avg. Price/SQFT $188

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Nacogdoches Homes for Sale

The historic neighborhoods of Nacogdoches provide homeowners many unique housing opportunities. The community's real estate comprises of the late 19th and early 20th-century architecture which includes stately mansions, quaint cottages, and residential lofts. The older neighborhoods of Nacogdoches offer a wide range of housing options to fit any budget. Homebuyers attracted to waterfront properties have the option of modern homes near the Nacogdoches Lake. Ongoing newer constructions include new single-family residences to condos in historic buildings.

Living in Nacogdoches and Community Highlights

Despite the city's tiny size, Nacogdoches has an array of attractions. If you're a first time visitor, your first stop should be the Nacogdoches Historic Town Center and Visitors Center. Most of the points of interest in Nacogdoches are historic monuments and attractions. They include The Stone Fort, Oak Grove Cemetery, Old Stone Fort Museum, Camp Tonkawa, the Old University Building, the Hotel Fredonia, and Durst Taylor House. The historical atmosphere of the city has been enhanced through the restoration and preservation of several long-standing homes, and buildings in the downtown area. Residents delight in the beautiful natural experience within city limits offered by the Ruby Mize Azalea Garden and the newly paved bike trails off University Drive.

Economy

Most of Nacogdoches's economy is dependent on Stephen F. Austin State University. Same as other college towns in the country, Nacogdoches businesses rely on university students as customers. Other large sectors of the local economy include agriculture, manufacturing, education, healthcare, and tourism

Nacogdoches Schools

The Nacogdoches ISD serves the city of Nacogdoches. Woden, Central Heights, Douglass, Garrison, and Cushing districts serve small sections of the city.

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