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Bryan TX Real Estate

Bryan, also known as Aggieland is in the heart of central Texas and lies within a geographic triangle between Dallas/Houston/San Antonio. Thus, the 140 year old city is accessible to over 14 million Texans inside of a four hour drive. With over 250,000 residents in Bryan-College Station, the area boasts five exceptional golf courses and The Research Valley was recently named Top 10 Places to Raise a Family.

Before we get much further, it is only fair to mention Historical Downtown Bryan. Originally a railroad town, downtown Bryan has distinguished itself as a place of vibrant art and unique mercantile exchange. Known today as a Texas Cultural Arts District, the streets are lined with eclectic shops, restaurants and art galleries which embody Bryan’s small town charm. The nightlife is great too and there is not a safer place in America for families on weekend nights.

Living in Bryan

Bryan, TX is the city that makes up the north end of the College Station/Bryan metro area. It is College Station’s twin city and is home to many residents who live in the area to attend or be near Texas A&M University.

Real estate in the area spans the aesthetic spectrum. You can find modest single-family, single-story homes priced in the 200s to 400s, urban-style multi-famly condos, and even estate-style ranches. The majority of the community is centered around Texas A&M which is in the southern part of Bryan, TX. As such, many of the residents who live and work in Bryan are associated withTAMU in some way.

With a population of just under 90,000, Bryan is comparable to College Station in size, economic makeup, and culture. Aside from being right next to Texas A&M campus, it’s also home to Blinn College, a premier 2 year college.

Bryan, TX Attractions

Living in Bryan, TX comes with a lot of benefits. Not only is it home to Kyle Field, the stadium where the A&M Fightin’ Aggies play ever fall, it’s also home to the TAMU Health Science Center, Lake Bryan, and historic downtown Bryan, TX.

Downtown Bryan is a rich cultural and commercial center that harkens back to small town Texas with modern conveniences and upgrades. As a recognized Texas Cultural District, Downtown Bryan is home to shopping, dining, entertainment and events, such as First Friday, an event hosted by the Downtown Bryan Association where local businesses showcase their wares, artists can showcase their work, and residents shop, eat, and enjoy live music in the streets of downtown.

Bryan ISD Schools

Bryan ISD supports all students in the Bryan metro area as well as surrounding rural communities. It is home to 15 elementary schools, 4 middle schools, and 4 high schools. To date, Bryan ISD has received the following ratings from the Texas Education Agency:

  • 2018-2019 FIRST Rating: A-Superior
  • 2019 Accountability Rating: C
  • 2019-2020 Accreditation Status: Accredited

Bryan Elementary Schools

  • Bonham Elementary School
  • Bowen Elementary School
  • Mary Branch Elementary School
  • Carver Early Childhood School – Pre-K
  • Crockett Elementary School
  • Fannin Elementary School
  • Henderson Elementary School
  • Houston Elementary School
  • Johnson Elementary School
  • Anson Jones Elementary School
  • Kemp Carver Elementary School (Formerly E.A. Kemp High School)
  • Harvey Mitchell Elementary School
  • Navarro Elementary School
  • Robert C. Neal Elementary School
  • Sul Ross Elementary School

Bryan Middle Schools

  • Arthur L. Davila Middle School
  • Sam Rayburn intermediate School
  • Jane Long intermediate School
  • Stephen F. Austin Middle School

Bryan High Schools

  • Mary Catherine Harris School of Choice
  • Bryan Collegiate High School
  • James Earl Rudder High School
  • Bryan High School

Bryan TX Homes FAQs

Where is Bryan, TX located?

Bryan, TX is located north of College Station in the College Station/Bryan metro area. It is College Station’s sister city to the north and one of commercial and educational hubs of Brazos County in central and east Texas.

What are home prices like in Bryan, TX?

Bryan, TX home prices span a wide range. Sales prices are generally determined on how much square footage you want, your location, and any amenities. You’ll typically find homes in the $200k – $400k range available in and around Bryan. The more rural you look, home prices are likely to either drop as you get further away from Downtown Bryan, or increase in size as many ranches and rural estates are situated north and east of Bryan proper.

What types of homes are available in Bryan, TX?

Bryan, TX is home to a wide range of architectural styles and communities. The majority are contemporary single-story single-family builds, but you can also find modern homes, Mediterranean styles estates, hip craftsman style bungalows, and large rural ranches with expansive homes.

What should I look for in a Bryan TX realtor?

The Bryan real estate market is very dynamic. With a large student population, you should look for a realtor who knows where students like to live and where established full-time Bryan residents typically reside. Kendra Hudson and her real estate team are veterans in Bryan real estate and can help home buyers (and sellers) find the home of their dreams.

Where can I sell my Bryan, TX home?

For sellers, it’s important to work with a Bryan real estate team that knows how to get the most value for your home. Expertise in everything from staging, to market trends, to contract negotiations are a must. Kendra Hudson and her team of seasoned Bryan real estate veterans can help you quickly sell your home for above market value.

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