Texas is a football state and there are some great teams near Magnolia. To the south and east, Houston is less than an hour away where you can find the Houston Texans; and to the north and west, you have College Station, where the Aggies play at Texas A&M. While Magnolia benefits from the amenities offered by the large cities and communities nearby, its prosperity is all its own. Household and family incomes are in line with the national median, and new commercial and industrial sites are appearing all over town, including a planed Exxon-Mobil facility. Many other industries employ residents of Magnolia and the surrounding area, including construction, engineering, medical, transportation, pipe manufacturing and education. There are a lot of career opportunities for someone new to Magnolia.

In the state where everything is big, Magnolia, Texas stands out as a small town covering fewer than 5 square miles. However, it is near larger communities like Houston and The Woodlands, giving you the best of both worlds: small town charm with big city perks. Magnolia is committed to keeping its small town quality while thoughtfully and deliberately planning out its expansion. Many of the homes built in the last decade have 3 or more bedrooms, and have modern interiors with colonial and cottage fronts.

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