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Jenna D Amico




A city with all the charm of small town USA, but offering a world of opportunity for businesses and residents. By 1924 it was a thriving community. Several large sawmills were open as well as several general stores, saloons, barbershop, ice cream store, telephone office, livery stable, bank, hotel, boarding house, doctor’s office, pharmacy, blacksmith shop, syrup and grist mills, churches, school, land office, railroad depot, telegraph station, cotton gin, tanning yard, feed store and garage. Magnolia became a shipping center for lumber, farm products and cattle.

Magnolia, Texas is one of the fastest growing communities in the nation. Located in southwest Montgomery County, which has been one of the top 10 most sought-after counties for 10 years, Magnolia is poised for even more expansion with the arrival of the SH 249 Toll Way and major corporations like ExxonMobil moving into the area. Having earned the name, Community of Unity, due to its community spirit during the 2011 Tri-County wildfires, Magnolia is truly a place to call home or grow your business.

Here are just some of the neighborhoods in the Magnolia real estate market:

Magnolia Ranch Estates
Cimarron Country
Indigo Lake Estates
Lake Windcrest
Mostyn Manor
High Meadow Ranch
Thousand Oaks
Woodlane Forest
Sendera Lake Estates
River Park Ranch