The median home value in Chappell Hill, TX is $169,100.
the county median home value of $137,000.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Chappell Hill, TX is $169,100.
Approximately 63.28% of Chappell Hill homes are owned,
compared to 10.64% rented, while
26.08% are vacant.
Chappell Hill real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Enjoy one of the best views in the county from this 3 year old custom home on 2.39 acres between Chappell Hill and Brenham. You will not want to leave home when you sit on the covered back porch and see the peaceful rolling countryside. This home was designed with style and quality. Check out the Visual Tour! Also important is the oversized garage, shop building, fenced garden and the wonderful small group of neighbors.
Full time home or weekend retreat, this idyllic 3 bed farmhouse is minutes from historic Chappell Hill and approx. 70 mins from Houston. Updated home with original hardwood floors, cathedral ceiling, open plan living, old style porch and multiple decks/patios for outdoor entertaining. Loft style 3rd bed and bonus room. 3 car garage with oversize doors, workshop, storage unit and covered parking for boat, RV etc. Mature trees include Oak, Loblolly Pine, Pecan, American Elm, Maple and fruit.
Unique opportunity to own a Historic gem in Chappell Hill. Perfect getaway 1 hr from Houston.The Mulberry House is situated on 2 acres surrounded by fruit trees,ornamentals & oaks and looking out to a bucolic meadow featuring sparkling pool & covered pavilion(16x24).Home features cathedral ceilings, hardwds,each bedroom in suite,cooks kitchen,recently replaced HVAC system,wrap around porch in front and back porch. 3 car garage/barn,sold in ''as is'' condition features guest apartment.
REMODELED AND UPGRADED! READY FOR MOVE-IN! Master bathroom totally remodeled, new flooring, paint, light fixtures, granite, landscaping and more. HVAC replaced within last 5 years. 48' x 60' workshop, 38' x 38' barn, pool with retractable cover, pond, seasonal creek, trees and views. The home is covered in shade from the mature trees surrounding it. The home overlooks a pond, creek and countryside views.
Located just minutes from historic Chappell Hill, this lovely, single story home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, study and formal dining room with French doors. It rests among scattered trees and privacy. The home has a large patio with a view of the woods located at the rear of the property. All recommended foundation work completed, and a transferable lifetime warranty will be conveyed with sale of the property. New A/C unit and stove were recently added, along with fresh interior paint.
101.12 ac. located just outside of the historic town of Chappell Hill & conveniently located halfway between Houston & Austin. Property offers a 3.5+ ac lake perfect for fishing, wonderful views, mature trees & great hilltop home site. A good mix of woods and open areas, as well as a second pond make this ideal for either a weekend recreation property or a place to call home once you build your dream house. There is a water well in place and water/electricity at the barn.
12.25 ac with pond and old creek. Completely unrestricted with trees and lots of open hay pasture. Would make a great gentleman's ranch. Easy commute to Houston or Brenham. Shopping and restaurants within 5 miles of property.
Endless possibilities for this unique 87.636 acre property listed at less than $8,000 per acre located just minutes from Hwy. 290 between Brenham and Chappell Hill. Perfect for a secluded get-away or hunting deer/doves for a taste of South Texas right at your doorstep. Part of this unrestricted property could be subdivided.
This historic 14-room Greek Revival inn was built in 1850 by Chappell Hill's founder and first postmaster and, for almost 2 centuries, it has provided lodging and food for many a weary traveler. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is an important piece of Texas history.