The median home value in Johnson City, TX is $135,300.
the county median home value of $118,100.
The national median home value is $152,300.
The average price of homes sold in Johnson City, TX is $135,300.
Approximately 60.35% of Johnson City homes are owned,
compared to 17.62% rented, while
22.03% are vacant.
Johnson City 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 Johnson City real estate agent to arrange a tour today! Learn more about Johnson City Real Estate.
This incredible, historical ranch oozes fascination and mystique, from the world-class Pedernales River frontage, to the awesome spring complexes and old irrigation canals, finally to the drop-dead gorgeous, uniform cover of oaks and hardwoods. The superb location, coupled with major league natural attributes, props Pedernales Springs into the category of premier, yet still a blank canvas for the visionary land steward/family to enjoy/develop for generations to come. We are excited to share it with you, so please contact us - or have your broker call for a showing today.
This 365 acre ranch offers a custom 2005 built 3,997 sqft main house is perched on a hillside overlooking the main body of the ranch including a multi-acre lake when full. Main home features include a standing seam metal roof, Brazilian Cherry hardwood floors in dining and living areas, tile and carpet floors, and a whole house water filter and dual tank water softener system, individual board bead ceilings in living room and kitchen, granite counters throughout, 100% rock exterior.
Picturesque setting after selectively clearing of cedar and planting of grasses with two sides game fenced. Rolling hills with some awesome views of the Pedernales River Valley. Typical Hill Country terrain with several varieties of oak, elm, cedar and other hardwood trees. Abundant forage and water makes this ranch a very special property. It offers hunting and a good habitat for whitetail deer, wild hogs, dove and quail.
Rare find, Pedernales River Property! 155 acres of oaks, cedar, various other trees. Open pasture and heavily treed areas at 1400 foot elevations this property has it all. Frontage along FM 1320 and only 3 miles from 290 East making easy access! Views of the Pedernales River Valley can be had once you have done some clearing.
This fertile mostly cedar cleared 179 acres delivers 30 +/- acres of fertile crop land mostly in hay production, but would also be good horse or grape growing property. Family members who were on site during the drilling report the irrigation well is 91 feet deep and at the time of drilling produced 750 gallons of water per minute via 8 inch casing. The well has not been used in years. A second water well services the homestead. Flat Creek runs though the Western portion of the property and has been a consistent water source. Heavy tree cover is also present along the Western portion.
This dominant 60 acre tract to be surveyed out of 187 acres, offers a boxed spring, with good soils, 100 year old oak trees, improved roads, and a nice hilltop building site with views in both directions of the river. Cypress trees align the river where the spring empties into the Pedernales. This tract will convey roughly 1,900 +/- feet of highly groomed & accessible Pedernales River frontage.
Nice hunting tract with whitetail, turkey and possibly hogs, county road frontage, wooded with live oak, some cedar, forbs, bee brush and cat claw, two draws on property, mostly surrounded by larger ranches
Hilltop home with exceptional views. Two homes in one. Great family compound. West side of home is 2500SF 2bd 2.5ba., 2FP and the east side of home is approximately 4500SF with 4bd 4.5 ba., 4FP, ICF construction with reinforced concrete outer walls, stell studs, steel trusses make this a virtually fireproof structure. The two sides are totally independent except for shared water well. Views are fantastic. In addition there is 2000SF all metal building with office and bath currently used for Dojo (Karate School) that has a 10,000 gallon rainwater collection system.
Lucky Star is blessed with about 1,100 frontage on the rock bottom, spring fed Pedernales River, which flows all of the time in this area. This is big time water, yet there is little public use in this somewhat remote section due to the extensive shallows. An extra-nice acre catfish lake, with covered pier and fish feeder, is located near the compound. The main lodge is cut white limestone with green metal roof, and consists of 4BR, 3BA and about 2,800 sf. A nice screened in porch overlooks immaculately landscaped grounds leading to the river. An awesome volleyball court lies beneath he
3300 sf home built to entertain w/ open bi-level floor plan, huge covered 1st&2nd story porches taking in the views, covered pavilion w/ wood burning stove overlooking pond & screened in sun porch. The main home features reclaimed wood accents, antique doors, American Clay finishes, reclaimed windows from Fort Belknap & a porthole window from an old ship. A detached, close 1600 sf 42 guest house w/2 car garage offers plenty of guest accommodations. Other features include elec. entry gate w/ granite road to homes, fire pit,100% perimeter fence w/ wildlife exemption. W neighbor is exotic ranch.