Located in Kleberg County on Baffin Bay, Kingsville, Texas blends history with modernity, cowboys with engineers, and water with earth and sky. If the names Cowboy Coast and Big Sky Country send shivers through your skin, if you love the vast outdoors as much as you love trying new things, and if you want to live somewhere that's got a bit of everything--well, Kingsville might be the place for you.
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That good old cowboy feeling! Explore old town or creep into the small King Ranch Museum, housed in a restored century-old ice factory. Visit the home of the first American-registered Quarter Horse: the famous King Ranch. Here in Kingsville you don't just remember history. One glimpse at the Saint Gertrudis breed of cattle founded here, and you're living it.
Sky-rocketing house values! Median house values leapt from $48,900 in 2000 to $71,968 in 2012, and with the beefy Texan economy, those values might just keep climbing. In the fall of 2014, average listing prices remain consistently above $100,000. The S. 6th St. / E. Caesar Ave. and Route 77 / E. Caesar Ave. neighborhoods are abundant with homes that are reaping the benefits of this trend.
Risingnumber of houses available! The prices don't seem to be stopping anyone: last year realtors sold 141 Kingsville properties. Fall of 2014 has seen a steady increase in the number of listings on real estate websites, and ten percent of local homes remain unoccupied. While the Riviera/Ricardo area encompasses most of Kingsville, the Route 77 / E. Caesar Ave area provides a smaller neighborhood environment for those looking to make a home.
Nautical location. Waterfront property, anyone? The huge, historic King Ranch that helped found Kingsville started because of two steamboat captains, Richard King and Mifflin Kenedy, who came to Texas to find fortune in cattle drives--so Kingsville is the home of the original cowboys thanks to water. The Bay's waterfront lure brought railroads, businesses, and prosperity to this town, and the Bay continues to be a great spot for boating or just moseying along the waterfront. Several state-record fish have been caught here, and birders love the salt-water for the wading and shorebirds drawn here by the Bay's grassy shallows.
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