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The fine city of Orange, Texas has one of the best mottoes any citizen could hope for: “Small town charm, world class culture.” Orange, Texas really does have it all. Owners of Orange, TX real estate enjoy a wide number of arts and culture exhibits, great job opportunities, and first-class education, among other things. If you’re thinking about relocating to Southeast Texas, then buying a piece of West Orange real estate might be the right decision for you.
 
Orange, Texas was originally founded in 1830, under the name Green’s Bluff. In 1840, Green’s Bluff was named Madison. In 1852, Madison was appointed county seat, and in 1858, “Orange” finally became Orange, Texas. During the mid-19th century, Orange, Texas was a booming place of industry. The Texas lumber industry was growing quickly, and Orange real estate owners were glad to jump on board. By the end of the 19th century, there were 17 sawmills within the city limits alone – not to mention all of the mills just outside of Orange, Texas.
 
While the lumber industry doesn’t enjoy the same status that it used to in Orange, Texas, remnants of the lumber days are all around the city. In fact, some of the finest pieces of Orange real estate are preserved homes that have been left by Orange lumber barons. The W.H. Stark House, for instance, is a terrific example of the fine architecture in Orange. Built in 1894, this Victorian mansion boasts 15 rooms, stunning gables, and a remarkably unique window turret.
 
Both Victorian and Greek Revival architecture styles can be found throughout the West Orange real estate market. The First Presbyterian Church on Greek Avenue is another great example of fine Orange, TX real estate. This Greek Revival piece was the first air-conditioned building west of the Mississippi River.
 
Though Orange is home to some stunning architectural pieces, it also proudly hosts plenty of moderately priced and comfortable single-family homes. If you’re thinking about relocating to Southeast Texas, why not choose a place where you know you can raise a family, get a good job, and enjoy life? With a population of 19,616 (2009), Orange, TX is a wonderful, small community to be a part of. Orange, TX real estate is only increasing in value. Ask Jerry Hughes how he can help get you a piece of Orange real estate soon! Also, be sure to ask Jerry about Pinehurst real estate, too.
 
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