Huntsville 

Huntsville, Texas nestled in the tall pines of East Texas is where General Sam Houston called home...

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Conroe

Conroe, the county seat of Montgomery County, is on Interstate Highway 45 at the junction of the Union Pacific and the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroads, seven miles southeast of Lake Conroe in central Montgomery County....

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Lake Conroe

Lake Conroe is located approximately one hour north of downtown Houston....

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Lake Livingston

If you're on the hunt for lake homes for sale, look to Lake Livingston in Southeast Texas....

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Madisonville 

Whether enjoying the amenities at Lake Madison, playing golf at Oak Ridge Country Club, or dining in the historic Woodbine Hotel, you're sure to find a warm welcome...

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New Waverly

In 1870 The Great Northern Railroad Company laid its tracks ten miles west of Old Waverly and set aside a townsite known as Waverly Station....

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Riverside 

Riverside, Texas, claims an impressive scenic perch atop a high bluff over the Trinity River...

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Trinity

Originally called Trinity Station, after the Trinity River, two miles southwest...

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Willis

Willis, a lumbering and agricultural market town, is on the Missouri Pacific Railroad eight miles north of Conroe in north central Montgomery County....

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Brazos County

Along with Brazoria County, the county is named for the Brazos River, which forms its western border...

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Freestone County

Freestone County is located in east central Texas in the center of a group of counties once known as the Trinity Star...

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Grimes County

Named for Jesse Grimes, a signer of the Texas Declaration of Independence and early settler of the county...

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Houston County

Houston County was the first new county created under the 9-year Republic of Texas on June 12, 1837, named after General Sam Houston...

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Leon County

The legislature of the Republic of Texas authorized Leon County in 1846 from part of Robertson County...

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Limestone County

The land, on the divide between the Brazos and Trinity rivers, is drained by the Navasota River and its tributaries, which split the county in two...

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Madison County

Named for James Madison, the fourth president of the United States...

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Montgomery County

Montgomery County is part of the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land, TX Metropolitan Statistical Area...

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Robertson County

Robertson County is ninety miles northeast of Austin in the Claypan area of east central Texas...

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San Jacinto County

The county's name comes from the Battle of San Jacinto which, in 1836, secured Texas' independence from Mexico and established a republic...

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Trinity County

Trinity County covers 692 square miles of rolling to hilly terrain...

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Walker County

Walker County encompasses 801 square miles of rolling hills and open prairies in the Piney Woods vegetation area...

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