Etoile, Texas is an unincorporated city located in Nacogdoches County. Although small in size, it offers a wealth of real estate opportunities for house hunters looking for quintessential East Texas living.
The real estate available in Etoile ranges from already constructed homesto acreage available to custom build your dream home. Residences in the area range in size and price, making this the ideal community for house hunters in all price ranges. Lots in the area are spacious, wooded, and extremely private.
Things to Do
History buffs will enjoy living in Etoile because of its proximity to a number of properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Nacogdoches County. These properties include the following:
- TolBarret House
- Stephen William and Mary Price Blount House
- Durst-Taylor House
- Old Cotton Exchange Building
Nacogdoches Downtown Historic District
These are just a few of the historical places and districts near Etoile. The entire list consists of 23 locations.
For Etoile residents who love blueberries and festivals, the Blueberry Festival comes to Nacogdoches County every second Saturday in June.The county is the biggest producer of blueberries in Texas and serves as the headquarters of the Texas Blueberry Marketing Association.
Retire in Etoile
Are you ready to leave behind the craziness and non-stop stress of urban life? Retirees love the peace and quiet ofEtoile, but they also enjoy the outdoor fun provided by the Sam Rayburn Reservoir, just two miles west of the town. Here, there are plenty of activities like fishing, camping, and boating. Also, with Nacogdoches County being one of the first Texas Certified Retirement Communities in the state, perks and opportunities abound for empty nesters and retired residents.
Families moving to the area are served by the Etoile Independent School District. However, this school district caters to students only in Grades K to 8. High school students attend the Woden Independent School District.