Burnet Real Estate

At the edge of Texas Hill Country, 50 miles northwest of Austin is the friendly town of Burnet. It was originally a fort in the early 1800s, then became a supply point as the railway came through and later became a farming and livestock community. It was incorporated in 1933 and has grown steadily with the times.

Burnet has preserved its historic rural heritage while adapting 21st century living. The historic town square is charming and well maintained. Local community festivals offer fun and celebration for locals and visitors. There is a hospital, airport, several retail centers, modern schools to meet the needs of today’s home buyer. All these conveniences are nestled in the Highland Lakes area against a backdrop of lush rolling hills and colorful season foliage of the Hill Country.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $764K
Lowest Price $2K
Highest Price $13M
Total Listings 237
Avg. Days On Market 109
Avg. Price/SQFT $532

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About Burnet Homes For Sale

Burnet homes for sale come in a variety of settings, sizes, and styles in Burnet. Lakeside cabins or large estates dot the shores of the lake. Family-friendly residential neighborhoods, independent living senior communities, and communities of all kinds in between can be found. Homes from the simplest cottage to expansive luxury estates are available. Exteriors of brick, stone and wood siding enclose a variety of floorplans. Burnet homes offer many amenities like outdoor kitchens, wraparound porches, pools, spas and covered patios. The moderate climate allows for year-round enjoyment of the outdoors.

Where is Burnet, TX?

From Austin, take US 183A North to TX-29 West in Burnet. Merge onto TX Loop-1 and get in the right two lanes to exit US 183 towards Research Blvd. Keep left and follow the signs to US 183/Research Blvd. and merge onto US 183A N. Take a left on TX Hwy 29 W/W State Hwy 29.

Things To Do in Burnet, TX

Burnet’s historic town square is the home of many unique shops to find gifts, collectibles, antiques and other unique items in a unique atmosphere. There are restaurants and cafes in and nearby the square. To soak in some more Texas history, visit Fort Croghan where Burnet began. Highland Lakes Air Museum has some beautifully restored aircraft on display for aviation and military buffs.

There are steam train rides, Texas shootout-enactments in the summertime. The Vanishing River Cruise takes you to the Fall Creek Waterfalls and around Lake Buchanan. Watersports of all varieties can be enjoyed at Ink Lake State Park. Relaxing hiking trails, boating, fishing and cliff diving at the Devil’s Waterhole are just a few ways to have fun at the lake!

There are many local stores for household items, an HEB for groceries, both local and chain hamburger and pizza places and movie theaters very nearby.

Burnet, TX Schools

The Burnet ISD includes three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. The schools have a low student to teacher ratio. There are several programs like Gifted and Talented, Dual Credit Courses, QUEST Program and UIL Academic and Athletic Competitions. Burnet is nearby to many colleges and universities as well.

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