77340 - Statistics and Home Trends

Currently there are 60 homes for sale and 162 vacant land parcels for sale in 77340

Background, General Information and Weather in Huntsville –

Huntsville is located in Walker County, Texas. It is also the county seat as well as the center of the Huntsville Micropolitan Area. The population here as of the last census was 38,548. The population according to a poll taken in 2017 shows that there are currently 41,277 people residing here. Huntsville is located approximately 70 miles North of Houston. Here in Huntsville you will find the Sam Houston State University as well as the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, HEARTS Veterans Museum of Texas as well as Huntsville State Park. According to the United States Census Bureau, Huntsville is approximately 36.3 square miles in size with a very small portion of that being water. The climate here in Huntsville is categorized as “Humid Subtropical.” This means that the summers here will be very hot and often oppressive. The winters on the other hand tend to be cold but very short. The hottest part of the year here goes from the end of May until the end of September when the daily average high is just under 90 degrees. The low for this time of year is around 74 degrees. The cool season is short and goes from the end of November until almost the end of February. The daily average high for this time is just under 70 degrees. The low for this time is 42 degrees. Here in Huntsville you will rarely see the weather dip below 29 degrees during the winter or go over 100 during the summer. Even though it gets very cold here, Huntsville sees zero inches of snowfall each year. On the other hand, there is a decent amount of rainfall here. On average, 48 inches per year which is slightly higher than the US average of 39 inches. This portion of Texas also receives an abundant amount of sunshine which is great if you like doing outdoor activities.

Huntsville State Park –
If you live here in Huntsville one of the most popular places for outdoor recreation is the “Huntsville State Park.” This more than 2,000 acre wooded recreational area is located just six miles Southwest of Huntsville. Here at the park you can fish, swim, hike, bike and even camp. There are 21 miles of trails and playgrounds here for you to enjoy as well as a nature center. If you do want to fish you can do it on the 210 acre “Lake Raven.” Motor boats are welcome on this lake. You can even swim here! One of the coolest things about this park is that you can camp here on one of the 160 campsites. This is the perfect family friendly activity here in Huntsville! “Gator Junction” is the store located within this park that sells everything from fishing equipment to groceries, souvenirs and cold drinks. This park is amazing and features more than 200 different species of birds as well as white-tailed deer, fox squirrels and even armadillos.

Education in Huntsville –
The Huntsville Independent School District serves the students in Huntsville as well as the city of Riverside and certain portions in central Walker County. There are 6 public elementary schools, 1 public middle school as well as 1 public high school. In addition to the public schools here there are also three private schools. There is the “Alpha Omega Academy,” “Tomorrow’s Promise, The Montessori School of Huntsville,” and the “Summit Christian Academy.” All these schools are for grades Pre-K through twelfth. The “Sam Houston State University” is the main college here in Huntsville. It was founded back in 1879 and can be found approximately 70 miles North of downtown Houston. The college is named after Sam Houston who is buried there.

Places to Eat here in Huntsville –
If you are looking for some barbecue here in Huntsville (this is Texas, after all) then head over to “Bennie J’s Smoke Pit.” This place is the real deal and serves up some of the best barbecue in all of Huntsville. According to several reviews, this place is off the beaten path and offers up the best ribs, brisket and sides. Most people have found this place by mistake and have come to love it. If you are in the mood for some comfort food, then head over to “Farmhouse Café.” This place has some of the most authentic comfort food in the area all at an affordable price. This café is usually busy on the weekends since people from all over come to try the delicious food here!

Summary –
Huntsville is a relatively small town in the state of Texas. Here you will find a climate that lets you experience all four seasons as well as a gigantic state park and some real Texas barbecue. If you are thinking of making the move to Texas, don’t overlook Huntsville!

77340 is located in Walker, TX. There are currently 61 Homes for Sale within 77340, with asking prices ranging from $4,999 to $4,154,320. The average list price per square foot of the available inventory in 77340 is $175, which is below the Walker County average of $175. The Average Sales price of all sold real estate in this subdivision for the past year is $179,984. Recent comparable homes have been selling for 94.68% of their asking price. Waterfront homes represent 13.50% of the available 77340 inventory. The population of 77340, according to the 2010 Census, is 29,809. The total number of households in the zip code of 77340 is 10,554, with an average household size for of 2.32 people. The total number of renter households within the zip code of 77340 is 6,077, which means that 42.42% of households in this zipcode are owner occupant households.