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Looking for space and an easy communute to San Angelo? These communities have a lot to offer. 
All data as of May 2022


Median Sale Price: $305,000

Median Sale Price of Individual Lot: $45,000

Travel time to San Angelo: 10 minutes

School District: Wall

Wall is a highly sought after area in which to live for its schools, close-knit community, small town charm and proximity to San Angelo.

The Wall area has grown a lot over the last couple of years. Wall has gained several new subdivisions recently which are attractive for people desiring a little acreage or room to roam. If you’re looking for a great place to eat, try Rogue Kitchen or Gin & Granary.


Median Sale Price: $375,000 (32 homes)

Travel time to San Angelo: 15 minutes

School District: Christoval

Beautiful and shady, Christoval is nestled among tall trees and is relatively lush, as it sits alongside the cool, spring-fed South Concho River. The River Park, also known as Pugh Park, runs along Toenail Trail, and is one of the most popular swimming holes in the region.

The area is revitalized with several bed and breakfasts, Christoval Vineyards, and the adorable Concho Coffee House. Live music is hopping on the outdoor patio at Cooper’s BBQ.

Dove Creek

Dove Creek

Median Sale Price: $375,000, up to $1M+

Travel time to San Angelo: 20 minutes

School District: Christoval

A subdivision in Christoval, you’ll find custom single-family homes on 5 to 20 acres in Dove Creek - nothing cookie cutter, plenty of space, with many homes situated on the creek. Dove Creek is located southwest of San Angelo near the Twin Buttes Reservoir in the Christoval school district. There is a nice park with public access to the creek, and the community has an HOA which helps keep the common areas inviting.


Median Sale Price: 177,500 (6 homes)

Travel time to San Angelo: 25 minutes

School District: Miles

Miles has a quaint downtown paved with original brick and holds an annual Cotton Festival in September. The Texas Film Commission has recently designated Miles as “Film Friendly.” While you’re there, visit the Miles Museum inside the historic 1904 Miles Opera House. For jerky and smoked meats, visit Sklenarik’s Smoked Meats.

Miles ISD is a Nationally recognized Blue Ribbon school and also has State recognized athletic programs. It’s also growing with a new residential subdivision - the Kasberg Addition.

Water Valley

Median Sale Price: $392,493 (4 homes)

Travel time to San Angelo: 30 minutes

School District: Water Valley

Water Valley is a growing community of kind people in a beautiful area. Harper Park is a quiet, well-maintained park with massive pecan trees, providing shade for camping and fishing along the North Concho River. Mount McLaughlin, aka Monument Mountain, is said to be the highest peak in Tom Green County. The Water Valley Independent School District is undergoing construction improvements, including a new Ag Barn and athletic facilities. On the housing front, Texas Tradition Homes is building a new planned community called Wildcat Crossing.


Median Sale Price: $125,500 (6 homes)

Travel time to San Angelo: 40 minutes

School District: Eden

Eden, “The Garden of Texas”, whose founding father was Frederick Ede, is known for hunting and record-breaking fishing on Lake Ivie. Pick up exotic game meats at Venison World and catch quality live music at Green Apple Art Center. The Concho Springs Golf Course is over 6000 yards, especially designed to test the best of golfers while winding along Hardin Creek. It also features a driving range and putting green.


Median Sale Price: $146,536 (10 homes)

Travel time to San Angelo:  40 minutes

School District: Bronte

Exciting things are happening in Bronte! Building owners are remodeling downtown for new business ventures, and Bronte recently celebrated the grand opening of Blackburn’s Ranch & Hardware Supply, a huge “million dollar” venture, as well as the expansion of Bronte Gun & Tackle.

With Bronte located at the intersection of Hwy 277 and Hwy 158, visitors from all over stop to visit local businesses. Fort Chadbourne is a one-of-kind historical treasure trove that is fun for all ages. Lake Spence and the Oak Creek Reservoir are nearby.


Median Sale Price: $130,000 (42 homes)

Travel time to San Angelo: 45 minutes

School District: Ballinger

Ballinger has a vibrant downtown with locally owned restaurants and shops. The Old Texas Theatre has recently reopened with live music every weekend, along with a full food menu. Ballinger also boasts the historic Carnegie Library, The Cross historic landmark, Ballinger Lake and Lake Ivie for excellent bass fishing.

Enjoy the annual Ethnic Festival in April and Old Town Christmas during the holidays. Find treasures at the Lone Star Market at the Wool and Mohair Warehouse. Ballinger has a hospital and clinic to serve the needs of the community.


Median Sale Price: $150,000 (1 home)

Travel time to San Angelo: 55 minutes

School District: Blackwell

This small, rural town draws hunters from all over the country. Texana Ranch boasts over 4,600 acres of Native and Exotic premier game hunting. While there, enjoy the Oak Creek Reservoir for fishing and recreation, Blue Agave Cattle Company for live music and food, Blackwell City Cafe for home cooking, and George Kovach’s Fine Art Studio. Don’t miss the annual VFD 4th of July Parade and fish fry.

Map of the Communities surrounding San Angelo