Home seekers will enjoy the many different neighborhoods to choose from here, as well as the variety of houses, condos and townhomes available. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.
We hope that our website's community information will help you to choose between the many wonderful areas; each has a lot to offer the home buyer.
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Brownfield, the official Grape Capital of Texas, sits in the center of Terry County and is only a short drive to Lubbock. Guest to the city can enjoy many activities, such as the newly constructed Brownfield Aquatic Center and the historic Terry County Heritage Museum, which highlights Brownfield and Terry County history. Brownfield is a great place to call home!
Floydada, the Pumpkin Capital of the United States, hosts the annual “Punkin Days”, an event celebrating their most produced crop, pumpkins. The rural town has an economy based on agriculture. Floydada is located 45 minutes from Lubbock and only 35 minutes from Plainview, giving community members a close-knit, small town community, while still having access to the metropolitan areas of West Texas.
Idalou began as a settlement around a depot on the South Plains and Santa Fe Railway in the early 1910s. This quaint town is centered around its farming community and love of community. You will fall in love with the rolling plains and friendly people.
Lamesa is a wonderful community with great charm and hospitality. This ranching and farming community is a perfect place to call home. Neighboring the Midland/Odessa area, this small town is excellent for anyone wanting a small place to live, and a big place to play! Home of the Golden Tornadoes, the school district is rich in pride and excellence. Lamesa is a great place to stretch your legs and grow roots.
Located in Hockley County, Levelland is a small town with big heart. Not only does Levelland have a 4A school district but is also home to South Plains College. Just a 30-minute drive to Lubbock makes this a great town to live!
Lubbock is known as the Hub City of West Texas. It is home of Texas Tech University, the medical hub of the South Plains with a Level 1 Trauma Hospital and is proud of its local business and unique culture. The home of Buddy Holly is full of arts, music and culture. It is surrounded by many smaller communities and is a wonderful place to call home!
Lubbock is known as the Medical Hub of West Texas. With 2 major hospitals, a Level 1 Trauma center, Heart Hospital and many other medical services, Lubbock is a great place for medical personnel and excellent town to plant roots. Texas Tech University is home of the Red Raiders and there is Red and Black pride as far as the eye can see! Jones Stadium is filled in the fall with many Raider fans and is an excellent college. This area is a perfect place to raise a family!
New Home is an up and coming town that is becoming a much sought-after community. Located 15 minutes South of Lubbock, this community has room to roam, and close enough to the big city for shopping, entertainment and much more. If you are looking for great school districts with friendly and inviting people, New Home is the place for you.
Post is a great place to call home! The small city can be found southeast of Lubbock, on the edge of the Caprock escarpment of the Llano Estacado and is in the heart of oil country. Post is rich in history and cultural activities. From the Ragtown Gospel Theater, Old Mill Trade Days, to the Garza County Historical Museum, where visitors can experience the history of Garza County, there is truly something for everyone to enjoy!
Shallowater is one of the most desired and up and coming neighboring towns of Lubbock! The small-town feel, and convenience of big town living makes this a great place to raise a family, plant roots, broaden your horizons and take in a deep breath. The school district is very sought after. The academic and extracurricular programs are outstanding! Shallowater is a wonderful place to call home.
Slaton is a quaint town about twenty minutes southeast of Lubbock. The town was established along the Santa Fe Railroad in 1911. Arts and culture thrive in Slaton. For example, the Harvey House has been renovated from its time as a depot stop along the railroad and is now a spot that can be rented out for parties and entertainment. The charming town square is lined with art galleries and antique shops. Slaton is a great place to raise a family and to call home!
Wolfforth is located in the Southwest part of Lubbock and is a highly sought-after community. Home of the Tigers, the 6A school district offers excellent academic possibilities. The athletic programs are also outstanding. The atmosphere of a small town, with the convenience of a big city, Wolfforth is the best of both worlds!