If you are dreaming of fresh air and wide open spaces, look no further than Cleveland, Texas. Some homes for sale in this area are located in charming neighborhoods in the heart of the city. Others are settled in large wooded lots with ponds and trails. Styles of homes range from simple one-story ranches to custom designed homes with brick and stone exteriors. You can find whatever you are looking for in Cleveland, TX.
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Cleveland is located inside the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugarland metropolis and Liberty County. As of 2010, there were 7,954 residents. The 4.8 square mile city was originally created as a stop on the Houston East & West Texas Railway. Today, two rail lines also intersect in Cleveland: the Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe. One can travel south to Houston or head north to East Texas via U.S. Highway 59. If travelling by air, there is a small airport in the town, or the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston.
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The city is surrounded by forests, which many people use for hiking, camping, fishing, and hunting. The Sam Houston National Forest also supports the local economy; since the 1870s, Cleveland has been an exporter of lumber and timber. Cleveland is also a producer of oil, cattle, sand, gravel, as well as medical products. As a result, the most common occupations are in the construction and production industries. Currently, the rate of unemployment is low, average household income is $24,164, and the cost of living is less than the US average. Residents of Cleveland enjoy the simple pleasures of life. Locals meet up at Bubbas sports bar to watch the game, take their families to watch outdoor movies, and enjoy the wildlife around them. Check our listings of available homes in the area to decide if Cleveland, TX, is right for you.