Wharton, TX, is a charming and welcoming city located in the heart of Texas. With a population of just over 8,000 residents, it is a small and tight-knit community that is perfect for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of big city life. Despite its small size, Wharton is known for its excellent schools, friendly people, and beautiful scenery.
Wharton is located along the I-69 corridor just 50 miles south of Houston, and 35 miles northeast of Sugar Land, making it an easy commute for those who work in these cities. However, despite its proximity to these larger cities, Wharton has managed to maintain its small-town charm and character, making it the perfect place to call home.
One of the things that makes Wharton so special is its rich history. Founded in 1846, it has a long and storied past that is reflected in its many historic landmarks and buildings. The city is also home to several museums and cultural institutions, including the Wharton County Historical Museum and the 20th Century Technology Museum, which are both great places to visit and learn about the area's history.
Overall, Wharton is a wonderful place to live and work. Whether you are looking for a quiet and peaceful place to raise a family or a place to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, Wharton has something to offer everyone. With its friendly people, beautiful scenery, and rich history, it is no wonder that so many people choose to call this charming city home.
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For a complete list of land use restrictions for this property in Wharton, TX, download Exhibit B - Land Use Restrictions.
The city hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the kickoff of construction of the New FM 1301 Extension and Railroad Overpass on March 28, 2023. The corridor extension will provide connectivity from FM1301 at Highway 60 to the Highway 59 corridor/soon-to-be Interstate 69. The newly added portion will cross the Kansas City Southern Railroad, where an elevated bridge will be built.
Extending this corridor will not only allow for a safer community and better mobility but will create an additional area that can be developed for economic benefit.
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