The tiny town of Colmesneil is located in the north central region of Tyler County, at the intersection of U.S. Highway 69 and Farm Road 256. As of 2013, there’s an official recorded number of 586 residents.
Families and retirees are drawn to this quiet town for a variety of reasons. The average income for a family, which is in the $30,000 range, goes further here due to its lower cost of living.
Colmesneil Real Estate Options
Homes available for sale are:
- Mostly reasonably priced single-story houses with 2-4 bedrooms and 1-2 bathrooms perfect for the smaller or medium-sized family.
- Farms and ranches for sale around Colmesneil for those looking for bigger properties.
The Colmesneil Independent School District is well known, and the school has always been proud of its athletics curriculum as well as its program that fosters parent-teacher partnerships. Colleges and universities such as Lamar University and Stephen F Austin State University are not too far away. There are also three hospitals and medical centers near Colmesneil, all located in Woodville, which is 10 miles away.
Maintaining a healthy work-life balance is not a problem in Colmesneil since Lake Tejas is nearer than most people think. Lake Tejas is a favorite family-oriented recreational area. Here, residents as well as tourists can enjoy fun sports and activities such as camping, RV-ing, fishing, swimming, going on picnics, or paddle boating.
Other nearby lakes include Amanda Lake and Dishman Lake. Residents can also opt to go for a short drive to the east to B. A. Steinhagen Lake and Martin Dies Jr. State Park in Jasper, as well as up north to Angelina National Forest and Lake Sam Rayburn for more activities with families and friends.
To find out more about what it’s like to live in Colmesneil, Texas, our real estate agents at Allman Company willmore than happy to help you out with your inquiries.