San Angelo lives up to its nickname as the “Oasis of West Texas.” At the junction of two rivers, San Angelo is a little piece of liveliness in the vast plains of West Texas. The International Water Lily Garden in San Angelo is a microcosm of the city— an oasis within the oasis. Make sure to check it out during an afternoon in this subtropical region. The city is an oasis of the arts too. Various art galleries and an art walk every third Thursday highlight the city’s artistic predilections. San Angelo also houses its own symphony, a civic theater, and the San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition. With 32 parks, a golf course along the river, 25 playgrounds and 25 sport practice fields, San Angelo’s public spaces are robust and attractive to all individuals. And San Angelo State Park offers camping, fishing, hiking, biking, swimming, and horseback riding. San Angelo is the site of Angelo State University, a small but well-regarded university that services students from all over Texas. The university offers over 100 undergraduate programs. The Rodeo, a staple in Texas, is nationally renowned and includes all sorts of auxiliary attractions such as concerts, parades, and carnivals. San Angelo has a booming economy. Consistently ranked as one of the best small cities for business from publications like Forbes, CNN Money and Kiplinger’s Personal, the city is an oasis for business as well. With a very diverse economy, the city is safeguarded from a potential failure of any one industry. Homes in San Angelo are dirt cheap, ranging from 28000 to 179000. Clayton Homes achieves such prices by offering modular and manufactured homes, but they still manage to pack in the size, as their homes are two to four bedrooms with one to two bathrooms. You can access a veritable oasis of a city, in every way, without breaking the bank. But your first step to this paradise is to stop by New Home Source and find the home that fits your pleasure.