When one thinks of Texas, the first things that often come to mind are images of wide-open spaces, grazing cattle, bales of hay in golden fields, and plenty of unencumbered land. This is exactly what buyers can expect when searching for a property in Madison County, Texas. Whether you’re looking for a small parcel of land to build a modest family home or you’re interested in a 300-acre ranch, we can help you find a property in the county that checks off all the boxes on your “wants and needs” list.
While many buyers are looking to establish roots in Madison County, there are also buyers looking for that perfect fishing or hunting cabin. Whether you’re interested in a permanent residence or an East Central Texas retreat, there are a variety of properties available at prices for every budget.
Named for the country’s fourth president, James Madison, the county has a population of almost 14,000 (as of 2014 estimates). It is comprised of 472 square miles of varying terrain, which includes fishing lakes, great hunting land, pastureland, and rich forests. The county has six highways that run through or near it, and it’s bordered by the Trinity River to the east, the Navasota River to the west, and Bedias Creek to the south.
Madison County contains four major communities: Madisonville, Midway, Normangee, and North Zulch. Each of these communities offers Texas living at its best. The town of Madisonville is the county seat. Many families choose to settle here because of its warm and welcoming small-town atmosphere, its abundance of county fairs, and its stellar educational system.
No matter where you choose to live in Madison County, Texas, our professional and skilled real estate agents will be happy to show you what the various communities have to offer in terms of available properties and local culture.