1,063 Homes for Sale in Montgomery, TX

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Montgomery Home Trends

The small, close-knit town of Montgomery, Texas sits on Route 105 just west of Lake Conroe and about 54 miles northwest of Houston. Bursting with small-town charm and Texas character, Montgomery blends both the rural charm of Texas farmlands with the burgeoning suburbs that are quickly developing in and outside of Houston. The city was the birthplace of Texas’ Lone Star Flag, meaning you’ll find a distillation of all that’s great about the Lone Star State. A relatively small market means that Montgomery real estate is quite competitive. Still there’s plenty of room to expand, and the city is already balancing long-standing developments downtown with more recent suburban builds. You’ll find contemporary single-family homes as well as 1960s ranch houses for sale in Montgomery.

Montgomery Attractions

Head to the heart of Montgomery to explore the modest local offerings on Liberty Street. Local coffee shops, burger restaurants, authentic Mexican fare, wings, and even a wine bar serving up the product of local vineyards can be found in Montgomery. There are a few small parks to grab some shade from the Texas sun, including Cedar Brake Park and Fernland Historical Park. All along Route 105 (Eva Street), you’ll find fast food restaurants, big-box stores, and hardware stores stocked for both city dwellers and those who live in the pastoral areas around the city. Montgomery is only 15 minutes away from Lake Conroe and the city of Conroe, meaning there are endless opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming, and more. Even more everyday conveniences can be found in the slightly larger city to the east.

Montgomery Schools

Schools in Montgomery belong to the Montgomery Independent School District. Because the city is so small, students attend Montgomery Elementary, Montgomery Junior High, or one of two high schools: Montgomery High or Lake Creek High. Montgomery college students can travel into the neighboring city of Conroe to attend Sam Houston University or about an hour south to attend the University of Houston.

Commuting in Montgomery

Because so many people drive to neighboring communities for work, the average commute time in Montgomery sits at 35 minutes. However, getting around the immediate city limits is a breeze. Route 105 serves as the main thoroughfare, and aside from peak rush hour, the area is rarely jammed up. The city center is mildly walkable but most residents have access to a car or public transportation when it comes to getting around Montgomery.