Wharton Homes for Sale - Houston, TX

Browse all Wharton homes for sale & Houston real estate listings below. Wharton city is the county seat of Wharton County and is located on the Colorado River, south of Hwy 59. Incorporated in 1902, Wharton is a paradise for birdwatchers and art lovers and is well-known for producing and exporting world-class products such as JM Eagle’s PVC pipes. For information about Wharton neighborhood properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Houston and Wharton real estate experts today.

Wharton Homes for Sale - Houston, TX

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Average Price $280K
Lowest Price $280K
Highest Price $280K
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Wharton Homes for Sale

With a population of roughly 10,000 residents, the real estate of Wharton comprises over 4,500 total housing units which include both homes and apartments. Single-family detached homes are the single most common housing type in Wharton. Other types of housing common in the area include cozy bungalows, large apartment complexes or high rise apartments, and a few duplexes or small apartment buildings. The most common building size and type in Wharton are three and four bedroom houses, in single-family detached homes. Homes for sale are available in new construction developments within gated and master-planned communities such as Hawes, Briarwood, Linwood, Lake Nett, Caney Grove, among others.

Living in Wharton and Community Highlights

Wharton’s history is set on quality of life that retains the best traditions of the past. At the heart of Wharton’s historic and walkable downtown is the magnificent and monumental Wharton County Courthouse. It’s the most extensively renovated courthouse in Texas. Other historic attractions include the restored Train Depot and the stylish Plaza Theatre, which offers a year-round schedule of live entertainment. At the city’s Historical Museum, visitors explore the roots of the city’s development and learn about prominent Wharton figures such TV news anchor Dan Rather.

Wharton boasts eleven parks through the city. Riverfront Park offers a relaxing atmosphere for picnic and day use with barbecue pits, tables, and restrooms. Come stroll along the banks of the Colorado River, and fish from a pier, or have a picnic on the riverbanks.

Wharton is literally at the doorstep of some of the best hunting and birdwatching found anywhere. Beautiful beaches and excellent fishing along the Gulf of Mexico are only an hour away. Alluring, enduring history isn’t just living in Wharton, it’s helping the city prosper.

Wharton Schools

Children of school age in Wharton have access to great educational opportunities the community has to offer. Located in the outstanding Wharton Independent School District, the community is home to Wharton Elementary School, C G Sivells Elementary School, Wharton J High School, and Wharton High School.

Want to purchase a home in Wharton? Call your Houston real estate team, VIP Realty at (281) 456-2475. Your neighborhood Wharton REALTORS and agents are here to help with the Greater Houston housing market.