The median home value in Bartlett, TX is $79,900.
the county median home value of $186,600.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Bartlett, TX is $79,900.
Approximately 68.25% of Bartlett homes are owned,
compared to 14.42% rented, while
17.34% are vacant.
Bartlett real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Bartlett real estate agent to arrange a tour today! Learn more about Bartlett Real Estate.
This home sits on a large corner lot in the heart of Bartlett on the border of Williamson and Bell counties. Home was built in the 1920s. The home has had some updating, but could use a bit more. It appears that it could be easily brought back to its former" Grandness". The home features a large living and dining area downstairs, with a wooden staircase leading to 2 large bedrooms upstairs and 1 large bathroom.
Cottage style home, w/craftsman accents...w/140' of Hwy 95 frontage centrally located between Temple & Taylor. Great floor plan for commercial, offices, or work from home. Parking in front, covered in back. Currently 2/2 w/nearly 1400 sq/ft, entry hall runs full length of home (5'9" x 35'3") w/doors to all rooms. Roof '09, hardiplank siding '05, W/H '12, master bath '14 w/separate tub & shower, floors in baths & kitchen '14, cedar underpinning '14, sink in guest bath '14, plumbing updated to PVC.
Cottage w/craftsman accents, 2/2 w/nearly 1400 sq/ft on .26 acre corner lot w/easy commute to Temple & Georgetown. Roof 2009, hardiplank siding 2005, W/H 2012, master bath 2014 w/separate tub & shower, floors in baths & kitchen 2014, cedar underpinning 2014, pedestal sink in guest bath 2014. Original doors, door knobs, windows, kitchen cabinets. Wood floors under carpet, plumbing updated to PVC, 2 car detached carport for parking behind home. Commercial/Residential, in same family for nearly 40 years.
Corner lot in small town America...culvert for driveway in place, all city utilities, and across the street from historic Old Red School House Museum. Build your dream home in small community centrally located between Temple and Austin, with an easy commute to both. Just a few blocks from city pool, city parks, city hall, and the police and fire departments. You can walk to all, and the grocery store and post office.