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106 Hillcrest Dr - MLS# 5355025
  • $719,000
  • Active
  • Contingent Contract
  • MLS® #: 5355025 
  • Hillcrest Estates
  • 106 Hillcrest Dr
  • Johnson City, TX 78636
  •   4 BD 3 BA 2870 Sq Ft 14.16 AC
  • Residential
Office: Town Creek Properties
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213 Hiram Cook - MLS# 9714971
  • $380,000
  • Pending
  • Taking Backups
  • MLS® #: 9714971 
  • Rockin J Ranch
  • 213 Hiram Cook
  • Blanco, TX 78606
  •   5 BD 4 BA 3286 Sq Ft 0.27 AC
  • Residential
Office: eXp Realty LLC
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225 Roy Nichols - MLS# 7619277
  • $290,815
  • Pending
  • Taking Backups
  • MLS® #: 7619277 
  • Rockin J Ranch
  • 225 Roy Nichols
  • Blanco, TX 78606
  •   4 BD 2 BA 1804 Sq Ft 0.29 AC
  • Residential
Office: Keller Williams Realty
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Blanco County Housing Market Trends

# Listings Average DOM Average Price Average $/SqFt Median Price Median $/SqFt Average % Reduced
Active Listings 25 243 $774,633 $293 $499,000 $264 6%
Pending Listings 7 94 $377,227 $200 $239,000 $199 1%
Sold Last 6 Months (Unlock Sold Listings) 68 69 $384,062 $196 $242,000 $403 3%

*Blanco County Market Stats are based on Austin MLS data as of January 19th, 2020 at 12:40am CST.

Blanco County Real Estate

Blanco County, at 713 square miles, sits west of Austin on some in the heart of Texas Hill Country. Named for the Blanco River which runs through the center, Blanco County stretches north nearly all the way to the Colorado River and southward toward Canyon Lake.

Rural and scenic, the area has a population of almost 10,000 residents who live and work in one of Central Texas’ most breathtaking regions. Known for wildflowers, bluebonnets, lavender and as the home of Lyndon Baines Johnson, America’s 36th President of the United States, Blanco County attracts those who love a natural setting midway between Austin and Fredericksburg.

Aside from schools and county offices, local businesses dominate the list of leading employers in Blanco County. Printing, winemaking, cattle farming, agriculture, paving, metalcraft, and banking employ many residents. Tourism is high with many visitors coming to see the boyhood home of LBJ as well as to take part in the many recreational activities available in this area.


Blanco County established in 1858 with pioneers, cattle ranchers, and Texas Rangers. James H. Callahan, a Texas Ranger, settled along the banks of the Blanco River and was one of the earliest land owners in Blanco County. Today, the Texas Rangers Museum is a historic site visited by many on their way through Central Texas.

Another major draw to Blanco County is the LBJ Ranch, built of limestone in 1894, and dubbed the “Texas White House.” Serving as the first White House outside of Washington DC, the LBJ Ranch continues to attract tourists and is now a designated National Historic Park.

Where is Blanco County?

Blanco County real estate is located on the Edwards Plateau, just west of Austin. Highway 290 E and Highway 281 intersect the county and are major highways connecting this area in all directions. Towns within Blanco County include Johnson City, the county seat, Round Mountain, Blanco, and Hye. Buyers searching for homes for sale in Blanco County will find suburban neighborhoods as well as rural developments and ranches.

Newcomers may consider schools, property type, transportation, or convenience to shopping or employment in their search for Blanco County homes for sale. Visit the Blanco County website to learn more about the area. Your Realty Austin agent is also an excellent resource for information on Blanco County.

Things to do in Blanco County

Hill country living is rural, natural, and scenic. The Blanco River attracts residents and visitors to its shores for hiking, swimming, fishing, camping, and boating. Both the Blanco River Park and Pedernales Falls State Park provide family-friendly activities throughout the year. There is also The Exotic Resort Zoo, housing over 500 wild animals and 80 species on 137 wooded acres.

Residents can enjoy seasonal events and festivals throughout the county including The Blanco Lavender Festival, Blanco County Fair & Rodeo, Annual Wild Game Dinner, 4th of July Spangle Dangle, Johnson City Pig Roast and Lights Spectacular Hill Country Style. Whether they come for the history, events, antiquing or dining, residents and visitors experience hill country living at its finest.

Blanco County Schools

School Districts located within Blanco County, in part or whole:

  • Johnson City ISD
  • Blanco ISD

While there are no post-secondary educational facilities in Blanco County, many students continue their education at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas A&M University in College Station, and the University of Texas at Austin.

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The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Based on information from the Austin Board of REALTORS® (alternatively, from ACTRIS) from January 19th, 2020 at 12:40am CST. Neither the Board nor ACTRIS guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. The Austin Board of REALTORS®, ACTRIS and their affiliates provide the MLS and all content therein "AS IS" and without any warranty, express or implied. Data maintained by the Board or ACTRIS may not reflect all real estate activity in the market. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified.