Kyle Homes for Sale
Included below are homes for sale in Kyle. If you would like more information on any of these Kyle real estate listings, just click the "Request More Information" button when viewing the details of that property. We can provide you with disclosures, past sales history, dates and prices of homes recently sold nearby, and more.
With desirable proximity to downtown Austin, the city of Kyle, Texas, is one of the state’s fastest-growing. Its location makes it an ideal destination for prospective homebuyers and businesses as it has two significant transportation routes, MoPac Rail Line and IH-35, cutting through the center of the city. Also contributing to the city’s appeal, it is home to excellent outdoor recreation opportunities, shopping destinations, and dining options. As is true for all of the Texas Hill Country, Kyle is known for its genuine southern comfort food, however, you’ll find a multitude of other cuisine options here as well. Dining establishments in Kyle serve Mexican, barbecue, fried chicken, Vietnamese, steak, Italian, and more. A few of the most popular restaurants include Bordeaux’s and The Texas Pie Company.
As previously stated, shopping opportunities are also abundant in Kyle and include destinations like Arrowhead Trading Company, H-E-B Plus!, Target, Lowes, Kohl’s, Motif Furniture, and a fabulous Flea Market. Recreation destinations are also plentiful and include an outstanding two-hundred-acre, eighteen-hole championship golf course called Plum Creek, as well as a thirty-acre Roy Bechtol practice range. City Square Park, Waterleaf Park, Gregg-Clarke Park, and Steeplechase Park all provide additional opportunities for recreation and relaxation in Kyle.
This booming community is home to roughly fifty thousand residents and is the second-largest city in Hays County. It is only two hundred and fifty miles south of Dallas, two hundred miles west of Houston, sixty miles north of San Antonio, twenty miles south of Austin, and eight miles north of San Marcos. Its proximity to these destinations contributes to the desirability of its housing stock. Homes for sale in Kyle tend to reflect the rural town’s history. From ranch-style houses to Texas traditional-style residences, real estate in Kyle averages eighteen hundred square feet in size with three to four bedrooms. Additionally, the average build date for properties in Kyle is 2008, with the earliest homes in Kyle constructed in the 1980s. There are also a variety of neighborhoods and subdivisions from which to choose, including Brooks Crossing, Cypress Forest, Hometown Kyle, Plum Creek, Post Oak, Steeplechase, and Waterleaf, among many others. Furthermore, in addition to houses, there are also vacant lots for sale in Kyle for those desiring to build. As a result of this diversity, listing prices for Kyle homes and land fall across a broad range. If you would like greater detail regarding currently listed Kyle properties, please let us assist you and contact us as soon as it is convenient.
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