Kyle, Texas, is a suburb of the city of Austin. Located about 20 miles south of the city, Kyle provides both the perks of small-town life and pockets of unexplored nature. The namesake of its founder, Captain Fergus Kyle, this city was founded in 1881 and began life as an outpost of the International Great Northern Railroad. Today, Kyle is considered part of Hays County and is also one of the fastest-growing cities in Texas.
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Fun-loving people, please apply! The Central Texas Speedway is located in Kyle and offers a true NASCAR experience for those who like to get the adrenaline pumping. If celebratory crowds are more your style, Kyle hosts a Fall Fair and Music Festival each year that packs a ton of fun into a weekend in October. There are rides, races, contests, vendors and, of course, live music.
Get a lesson in local history! Kyle is home to several historical places that are open to the public. Make a visit to the Claiborne Kyle Log House to experience true rustic living. This double-chambered log house is secured by layers of rock and dirt and has a unique layout -- one of a kind in Texas! The Katherine Anne Porter House is also located in Kyle, the former home of one of the country's most lauded writers. This landmark hosts frequent visiting writers' events.
Many neighborhoods to choose from! Those who prefer living with natural surroundings would do well to choose apartments or rent to own homes that surround Lake Kyle, a conservation area that preserves open space, water quality and natural habitats. If having the comforts of a home within walking distance of local amenities is important, try a community like Bigelow Homes. These developments offer the ability to accomplish daily tasks without a car -- walk to work, shopping, school and private parks.
Relax and enjoy the great outdoors! If you like to spend time outside, Kyle offers more than just a walk in the park. Steeplechase Park has the requisite sports fields, trails and covered pavilions, but it also packs multiple playscapes and a championship disc golf course into its 31 acres. Kyle's City Square Park also deserves a visit. It is a great place to relax after strolling through the town and hosts town-wide events each year like the Lion's Club Fajita Fiesta.
Enjoy small town perks! Although Kyle is one of the fastest-growing cities in Texas, with appreciation rates that average about 4.2 percent over the past ten years, it manages to retain a lot of its small town flavor. Residents know Kyle is special, so expect to pay more for rent or real estate than much of the rest of Texas. From its picturesque, painted water tower to its historic converted train depot -- now home to the Kyle Chamber of Commerce -- Kyle has a lot to offer. Whether choosing to rent a property in the city center or looking for a home for sale in the suburbs, Kyle offers the quaint feel of a close-knit neighborhood, like around New Bridge Drive.
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