Alice is the seat of Jim Wells County in southern Texas. The 12.3-square-mile city was a prolific cattle producer in the region until 1940s, when oil was discovered and pushed Alice towards industrial boom. Today, it is dubbed The Hub City, serving as a major Texan energy distribution center and home to big oil companies. The 165-foot Alice Water Tower, dubbed the world's tallest water tower, is located in downtown Alice.
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Explore the great Alice outdoors! More than 3 percent of Alice's 12.3 square miles is lush aquatic vegetation great for fishing, hunting and bird-watching. Explore the 247-acre San Fernando Creek Basin a mile north of the city for some crappie fishing and catfish angling. Fishing gears are readily available in nearby West Bait Stand in Riviera.
Feel the rhythm of Tejano music! Alice became the birthplace of soulful Tejano music with the establishment of home-based Ideal Records in 1946 that catered to the growing number of Tejano artists at that time. Check out Tejano sound and cultural showcase at the Tejano ROOTS Hall of Fame Museum on North Wright Street, a short walk from Alice City Hall.
Booming rental property expansion! Alice's growing economy calls for expansion of rental properties for homes and businesses. To meet this challenge, the city allotted 500 acres for additional housing, commercial and office spaces. Home rentals including rent to own houses can be found in the master-planned Alice Multi-Use Complex on Highway 281 and in neighborhoods around the bustling intersection of State Highways 281 and 44.
Live in a certified Park City! Take relaxing strolls in any of Alice's 12 public green spaces, beginning with the walkways of Veterans Plaza Park on South Reynolds up to the charming nature trails of Lake Findley Park on North Texas Boulevard.
Experience the Texan turf! Alice's fairways and rolling greens make it a great golfing destination. Reserve some tee time at the 18-hole Alice Municipal Golf Course on North Texas Boulevard or practice your backswing at the 9-hole Alice Country Club on East Highway 44.
Great place to invest in a home! Home value in Alice is steadily growing at 58 percent over a 10-year period, hence buying a home in Alice is a good investment. Home ownership cost remains competitive, with price of detached homes lower by 55 percent and price of attached units lower by 26 percent from the state average. Homes for sale can be found in neighborhoods around the banking district of East Main Street, near International Bank of Commerce and First National Bank of Texas.
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