Why Georgetown


Just 20 miles north of Austin, Georgetown enjoys all the benefits of the Central Texas climate, culture and economy, while remaining comfortably removed from the traffic and urbanization of the bigger cities.

Established in 1848, Georgetown is rich in culture and history, with more than 180 homes and buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. At the heart of Georgetown’s Downtown Historic District is the charming Town Square. Standing as the centerpiece of the Square and the town is the recently restored Williamson County Courthouse, built from native limestone and featuring a grand copper dome that can be seen from many points throughout town, including The Summit. The downtown area boasts a varied collection of boutiques, restaurants and antique and craft stores, while the nearby Wolf Ranch Shopping Center and Round Rock Premium Outlets offer national retail chains and specialty stores.

Boasting a large population of affluent retired and young professional families, Georgetown’s growth and demographics are well suited for high-end retail, corporate and cultural development.