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Magnolia is in Montgomery County, Texas and is part of the Houston – The Woodlands – Sugar Land Metro Area. The population here is very small coming in at just 2,100 people as of 2017. The population here was less than 1,400 back in 2010. According to the United States Census Bureau, Magnolia is a total of 2.8 square miles making this portion of Texas relatively smaller than other towns on the metro area. This small town saw its first settler all the way back in the year 1845. Back then the area right near Magnolia was called “Mink Prairie.” The name came from a man by the name of Mink who built a homestead right outside what is now known as Magnolia. In the year 1850 the name of the town was cut short to just “Mink.” This area started to see development post Civil War when people from Tennessee and Kentucky made their way here. Then in 1902 the International – Great Northern Railroad Burt a railroad North of Mink. So, the people of Mink decided that they wanted to move close to the railroad and moved North of Mink. As time went on the town was renamed after a wealthy landowner who lived in Mink. The new name of the town was “Melton.” So, this town went from “Mink Prairie,” to “Mink” and then to “Melton.” Naturally this got confusing for the postal service in the area who kept confusing the town with another town that’s name was “Milton.” So local officials decided to name the area “Magnolia” after the beautiful trees in the area. As time went on, the area that was once Mink became abandoned. Magnolia then started to come into its own and see further development.
Weather here in Magnolia
As with most of Texas, the climate here is categorized as humid subtropical. This means that the summers tend to be hot and often oppressive and the winter months are cold and very often, wet. The hottest part of the year here goes for nearly four months. From the end of May until the end of September the daily average high is just about 87 degrees. The low for this time of year is around 74 degrees. The cooler part of the year here is from the end of November until the end of February when the daily average high is around 67 degrees. The low for this time is just about 42 degrees. The winters here tend to be somewhat cold but it will rarely go below 30 degrees here during the winter. During the summer you can expect to see temperatures get as high as 98 degrees but very rarely reach that 100 mark.
Education in Magnolia
The Magnolia Independent School District serves the children of Magnolia. Within this school system there are eight elementary schools for students in grades pre-k through fifth. There are four junior high schools that are broken up into two separate sectors. There is the Magnolia Junior High School Sixth Grade Campus as well as the Bear Branch Junior High School Sixth Grade Campus for students in the sixth grade. This helps acclimate young students into one of the two other junior highs they will be attending when they reach seventh grade. The Bear Branch Junior High and Magnolia Junior High Schools are for students in the seventh and eighth grade. Finally, there are three high schools for high school aged students.
Subdivisions here in Magnolia
Here in Magnolia the homes tend to be aggressively priced and large. The “Lakes of Magnolia” subdivision is a gorgeous place to live here in this small town. The homes in this area are predominantly the two story Traditional and feature four bedrooms and two bathrooms. These homes also have more than 2,000 square feet and can be found on large, beautifully landscaped plots of land. “Indigo Lake Estates” is another wonder subdivision here in Magnolia. Here you will find larger homes that range in price as well as size. Again, the prominent style of home found here is either the one or two story Traditional. Then there is the “Lake Windcrest” subdivision. This gorgeous subdivision has so much to offer potential homebuyers. Once again, the prominent style of home in this subdivision is the Traditional. Some of the homes in this area feature pools as well as large open, floor plans. You really can’t go wrong with any of these subdivisions in Magnolia!
Magnolia, Texas is a gorgeous place to live that has impeccable real estate and a wonderful school system. If you are thinking of making the move to Texas, don’t overlook this hidden gem of a town!