Named for the majestic trees that shade its quiet streets, Magnolia is the quintessential American small town. A quick drive from the hubbub of Houston and the Woodlands as well as the scenic solitude of:
- Sam Houston National Wilderness and Lake Conroe, Magnolia provides easy access to everything Southeast Texas has to offer
- Stroll past the historic train depot downtown and you’ll begin to appreciate that this region’s past is as rich as its future
Founded in the mid-1800s by a homesteader with the colorful name of Mink, the town grew slowly but surely until the Union Pacific railroad arrived at the turn of the century. The train line connected the region to the rest of the country, and within a decade of the first track being laid Magnolia had dramatically expanded.
Nearly 150,000 residents live in the greater area, with many commuting to Conroe, Spring, or The Woodlands to work and play. Hundreds of businesses call the region home. Tucked away in one of the fastest-growing counties in Texas, Magnolia’s population rose by over 25 percent in the last decade alone.
NorthGrove is a Magnolia, Texas community of luxurious homes nestled in lush green trees and surrounded by the tranquility of rural living. Amenities include a 9,400-square-foot clubhouse, a resort-style pool, a 24-hour fitness center, indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces, a children’s play area, trails, a dog park, and close proximity to Cedric C. Smith, one of the best elementary schools in the state of Texas.
No wonder the town is attracting everyone from families to empty nesters to business executives. Magnolia is thoroughly modern yet refreshingly old-fashioned, a green and peaceful oasis that provides something for everyone!