Longview has been featured by Movoto.com and Livability among the “100 Best Places to Live in Texas”, thanks to its progressive business friendly community and low crime rates. Families continue to flock the city for visiting purposes as well as to stay.
To appreciate the arts, head to Gregg County Historical Museum which displays a variety of exhibits among which include the Caddo Collection and a number of Military and Architectural Collections. Some indoor action is enjoyed at oil Bowl Pro Shop where visitors can engage in fun bowling games and even buy gear and balls. The Carmike Cinemas 10 shows first run Hollywood movies. It is a hangout spot for teenagers. So you know where to look when your child is not picking your calls.
One of the strongest aspects of this city is that it has a thriving residential sector. New home buyers looking in the area often have the option of setting up modular and manufactured homes thanks to Clayton Homes who are one of the primary builders in the city. Longview has huge lots of land in its suburbs in which folks can buy. The typical cost of the new homes for sale in Longview ranges between the high 20s to the mid-100s. There are a variety of designs, from; cozy 700 square feet 2 bedroom homes to more roomy 2000 square feet 4 bedroom homes.
If that’s not your style, worry not. The city also has some newly built single family homes which go for the high 100s to low 400s sitting in lush and spacious lots. For more information, NewHomeSource’s homes page is a great place to start looking. Our site features the latest listings in the area and across the State of Texas as well as information on builders and amenities. We want you to have an easy time transitioning into your new community life.