Located just north of Round Rock and 30 miles north of Austin, Georgetown is a burgeoning suburb drawing in many residents and businesses.
Once considered a small town, Georgetown has now expanded both residentially and commercially and is considered one of the fastest-growing small cities in the U.S.”
It is home to the “Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas.” with an estimated population of 95,591 residents and the oldest university in the state.
Georgetown is known for its Victorian-style commercial and residential architecture, small town charm and close proximity to both the countryside and Austin.
Georgetown provides residents the best of both worlds. It is close enough to Austin for those looking to enjoy the vibrant city life, yet far enough away for those looking for a small town, friendly community atmosphere.
Here is a small sampling of all there is to do in Georgetown:
Rustic wineries and charming boutique shops. A scenic lake and a vast underground cavern.
Sprawling parks and historic homes.
The Georgetown Art Center facility.
The most amazing downtown square with constant activites.
Blue Hole lagoon situated on the south fork of the San Gabriel River just a few blocks from downtown Georgetown.
Georgetown Palace Theatre, a non-profit performing arts theater in Georgetown with classes for all ages and fantastic shows.
Grape Creek winery in Georgetown square.