Homes for Sale in Tyler, TX

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Homes for Sale Tyler Texas 75703

Homes for Sale in Tyler May 18, 2024
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Relocating to Tyler

Tyler TX homes for sale

Tyler is a great place to live, work and play. Over the past few decades Tyler has grown from a small city into a diverse and vibrant economy. Tyler is the major medical hub for East Texas with 4 different hospital systems and dozens of other medical practices. Top employers in Tyler include Brookshire Grocery Company, UT Health East Texas, and Christus Hospital. Tyler now has a lot of great options for entertainment.

The last few years Tyler has been a popular relocation destination for people trying to escape the larger metro areas. We have many affordable housing options with comparison to other states and the larger cities in Texas. Below is a home search with up to the minute listings so you get the best information in real time.

Downtown Tyler (pictured to the right) has recently seen a rebirth with both the People's Petroleum Building and Plaza tower receiving extensive remodels. It has become a hub for our city once again and features great spots such new spots such as Cafe 1948True Vine, Andy's Frozen Custard and more.

Tyler has a lot of great options for neighborhoods including Cambridge Bend, Hollytree, Guinn Estates, Oak Creek, The Woods, Cascades, Green Acres, Stonegate and many more.

If you would like more information on any of these Tyler real estate listings, just click on a property to access the full details. From there, you can request more information or schedule a tour. And we'd be happy to provide you with disclosures, past sales history, dates and prices of properties which have recently sold nearby, and more, so just let us know how we can help!

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Things to do in Tyler

Tyler is a great place to live in that you get the feel of a smaller city but still being large enough to not have to sacrifice the amenenties of being in a larger city.

Caldwell Zoo

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The Caldwell Zoo was founded in 1953 by DK & Lottie Caldwell as a way to give back to the City of Tyler. Over the years the zoo grew to include 125 acres in Tyler to the west of downtown. Currently the zoo has over 3,000 animals and 200 species that are in custom habitats. The zoo offers one time admission tickets or memberships allowing year round access. Memberships are a great option for local Tyler families looking to spend time outdoors. Caldwell Zoo is currently undergoing a remodel with the addition of Amazon River's Edge that highlights threatened species of the Amazon region and shows the Caldwell Zoo conservation efforts for this unique habitat.

Tyler Rose Garden

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Tyler is known as the "Rose Capital of America" and one of the highlights of Tyler is the Tyler Rose Garden. The Tyler Rose Gardenfeatures more than 600 varities and 32,000 rose bushes. in 1938 the Works Project Administration funded a federal grant to create a rose garden project. The project was suspended due to World War 2 but was finally completed and officially opened in 1952. Highlights include numberour fountains, The Meditation Garden, and educational area. The Texas Rose Festival occurs every October highlighting the history of roses in Tyler. 

Tyler State Park

Tyler State Park was constructed between 1935 and 1941. The park sits on amlost 1000 acres in northern Smith County and is highlighted by a 64 acres spring fed lake. There are more than 13 miles of trails to explore. You can fish, hike, picnic and enjoy all that the East Texas wood have to offer. Also, offered are overnight cabin rentals and boat rentals. 

Discovery Science Place

Caldwell Zoo LogoThe Discovery Science Place is a children's science museum in downtown Tyler. They offer hands on exhibits to explore and learn about the world around us. There are exhibits to learn about space, business, science and more. Discovery Science Place offers both one day tickets and family memberships for unlimted visits. 

Tyler Texas Real Estate

In Tyler, Texas the real estate market is booming, showcasing a variety of styles that mirror the citys history and current development. The average home value, in Tyler is notably lower than the norm making it an appealing choice for homebuyers. With a growth rate surpassing the US average Tylers property market presents promising opportunities for both buyers and sellers.

The housing inventory in Tyler boasts an age of 39 years old showcasing a blend of charm and modern convenience. The city offers an array of housing choices. From single family houses, to apartments and condominiums. Catering to diverse tastes and lifestyles. Around 42% of the residents, in Tyler are renters reflecting a rental market alongside homeownership.

Tyler offers a mix of styles like Craftsman, Ranch and Classical Revival evident in areas like the Azalea Residential Historic District, known for its charming homes dating back to the mid 20th century. This blend of designs is enhanced by the landscapes of Tyler creating a distinctive living environment, with a deep cultural legacy and an active community spirit.

What is Tyler TX Known For?

Tyler, Texas, is renowned as the "Rose Capital of America" and attracts numerous visitors annually to its celebrated Texas Rose Festival.

What's it Like Living in Tyler Texas?

"Tyler is a very cozy and welcoming town. I have had no problems finding a good group of friends and feeling at home. I would like to see more things to do and go but other than that it is a great town."

"I like it because there are a lot of things for children to do. I also like the fact that its not a big or small town its just the right size with the right amount of activities for me and my family." -

Tyler TX Realtors

For more information on Tyler homes and properties, don't hesitate to reach out. For details on any listing or to schedule a showing contact us below or call 903-561-2600. We live, play and work in Tyler and would love to help you find your next home.

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