Taylor Texas is located just northeast of Austin Texas and due east of Round Rock and Hutto Texas. Taylor is well know for having a great Historic Downtown entertainment district as well as many historic residential homes around town. Taylor Texas has a Historic Home Tour almost every December. I have been on the tour more than once and always enjoy seeing the historic homes there. I usually make my own add ons to the arranged public tour by previewing vacant historic homes. There are some perks to being a REALTOR and one is being able to preview homes just to relish their fineness and craftsmanship. Come tour historic homes with me and I will take you as well! To buy or sell Historic Taylor TX homes call Betty Saenz Historic House Specialist at 512-785-5050 or
e-mail Betty Saenz.
Taylor Texas Historic homes include a variety of architectural styles and periods of construction. Historic home architectural styles can be Neoclassical, Victorian, Folk Victorian, Craftsman and more. I have toured and shown some truly amazing historic homes in Taylor Texas. There is a historic home wedding venue on acreage that is quite amazing.
Historic Home Tour – Taylor Texas
The City of Taylor Texas in Williamson County usually has an annual Historic Home Tour for the Holidays. I have been several times and love it. Taylor Texas has an amazing array of historic homes and commercial buildings as well as Bed and Breakfasts and Wedding Venues.
Taylor Texas is Vibrant and Growing
Taylor has changed a lot since my cousin Stafford Bengtson was Chief of Police there years ago. My grandmother, Betty Signe Bengtson grew up in nearby Lund Texas and attended the Bethlehem Lutheran Church there. Today’s Taylor has many new home subdivisions and lots of people coming from the Austin area who want more of a small town feel without traffic congestion. You will enjoy the Downtown Entertainment District with live music, a micro pub, farmers market, coffee shops, eateries, fun shops, antique stores and more. If you like to travel, catch the Amtrac at Taylor’s Amtrak Train Station. Head to New Orleans for a weekend or go north to Chicago. Its all fun when you don’t have to drive! Visit the Moody House Museum to learn about Dan Moody and times past.