Beaumont, though primarily an industrial city also has a reputation for fun and adventure. The oil rich city houses many different companies, ensuring a wide array of employment opportunities. Its array of recreational centers gives the city a refreshing allure for fun lovers. Additionally, the humid subtropical climate makes the area suitable for year-round outdoor activities, but be sure to prepare for heavy downpours as this region of Texas receives the most rainfall in the state.
Located along the Neches River, Beaumont is about 90 miles from Houston and forms a part of the Golden Triangle – a major industrial area on the Gulf Coast – along with Port Arthur and Orange, TX. Its proximity to Houston gives residents the opportunity to access some of its big city amenities. Additionally, Lumberton, which is 10 minutes north of Beaumont offers a serene, quiet, wooded setting away from the noise of the city, if you need a brief escape. Major highways and interstates such as I-10, or Highway 90, 96 and 287 make travel in, out, and around of the city hassle-free.
Though often regarded as a city of professionals, Beaumont still receives its share of tourists each year. Tourist and recreational attractions include the Beaumont Botanical gardens, Ford Park, Cattail Marsh and Neches River. Kids will enjoy playing at the Gator Country Adventure Park and various other family entertainment centers. Shopping in this city ranges from big brand-name malls to small road side vendors and everything in-between.
Despite the high rate of industrialization, this region boasts a moderate cost of living compared to most states in the US. This area also offers a wide range of quality schools to choose for your children. Beaumont has a stable housing market at affordable rates and offers various types of housing in many different master planned communities to suit everyone’s taste.
Beaumont New Construction Information:
Home Builders: 1 | Active Communities: 2 | Homes: 27 | Plans: 18 | Available for Quick Move-in: 6