Magnolia

Welcome to Magnolia

Quintessential, all-American town overflowing with history and scenic beauty

Named after the lovely trees that grow in the area, Magnolia is rapidly becoming a favorite spot to relocate near Houston. The area is currently home to a growing population of 2,124 individuals and is located in Montgomery County. Exuding an Americana vibe, this town takes pride in preserving the past, while welcoming the new with open arms. In town, you’ll find historic sites, established neighborhoods, convenient shopping, and even a craft brewery.

Prospective buyers who are thinking about moving to the area are certain to adore Magnolia’s tranquil and private neighborhoods. Designed for optimal peace and quiet, this friendly and welcoming community also appreciates having ample space in between properties. This town is especially suitable for those who are looking for a home with ample acreage and square footage at an excellent value.

What to Love

  • Serene, private neighborhoods
  • Small town vibe
  • Great selection of stores and restaurants
  • Luxurious, stately homes with plenty of acreage
 

Local Lifestyle

Located about 43 miles north of Houston, Magnolia is an idyllic community for a host of reasons. Undisturbed and picturesque, the art of suburban living is perfected in this quaint town. Magnolia’s commercial district is contained to several main roads, which helps reduce noise and traffic in residential areas. On these main roads, locals can pick up whatever they need at popular local and chain retailers. Those who move here can anticipate living in a welcoming, friendly town that is both vibrant and peaceful.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

On and around Magnolia Boulevard, discover Magnolia’s eclectic selection of shops and restaurants.

In the midst of this approachable small town, enjoy the wide array of flavors found at locally-owned cafes, bars, and eateries. Starting your day? Head over to Magnolia Coffee House Bistro for a cup of coffee and delicious baked goods. For even more of a sugar rush, Yankee Doodle Donuts and Shipley Do-Nuts are top picks. Later on in the day, make plans to dine at other local favorites such as Blue Iguana Taco House, Magnolia Diner, and Tressie's. You can also grab a locally-produced craft brew at the eco-conscious Lone Pint Brewery.
 
Daily, residents can be found frequenting the many small businesses that populate the area’s commercial district. Accomplish everything on your to-do list at Magnolia Flower Patch and Boutique, Brookshire Brothers, and Magnolia Hardware & Supply.
 

Things to Do

Think that you need to leave town to have fun on your off days? Residents of Magnolia are proud to spend their leisure time minutes from home at nearby hotspots.
 
One of the more spacious places to visit is Unity Park. Located along Unity Park Drive, and occupying 30 acres of land, visitors have multiple ways to enjoy the park. Take a leisurely hike or bicycle ride, plan a family picnic, or observe wildlife.

In the center of town — encompassed by Magnolia’s commercial district — you and your friends can play as many rounds of disc golf as you desire. The course is located off North 6th Street and provides hours of entertainment for a wide range of ages.
 

Schools

Magnolia is home to a wonderful selection of quality schools across grade levels.
 
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