Welcome to Round Top
Highly desirable countryside neighborhood with an eclectic mix of locally-owned establishments
Those looking to relocate to a countryside oasis with one-of-a-kind amenities and personality should put Round Top at the top of their list. While it is one of the smallest incorporated towns in all of Texas (with a population of 85), it boasts some pretty impressive features.
Even with its small size, Round Top is recognized as a world-renowned location for antiquing. In addition to the numerous antique stores that stretch along Washington Street, the community hosts two antique festivals every year—one in the spring and one in the fall. For this reason alone, Round Top has become a popular destination that attracts people from around the country.
Those who are considering purchasing a home in Round Top will be able to tour beautifully refurbished historic homes, as well as stunning ranch homes. Because of the increased popularity of the area, homes are now in high demand. Currently, the median list price of homes in Round Top sits at $510,000.
What to Love
- A world-renowned destination for antiquing
- Bucolic charm with highly desirable neighborhoods
- Highly-rated restaurants and shopping establishments
People & Lifestyle
As a countryside locale, Round Top is brimming with small-town charm and breathtaking natural scenery. Whether you decide to take a walk, bike ride, or drive down one of the many rural roads, you’ll immediately notice the fresh air and serene landscape. It is hard not to feel totally at peace when living in one of the surrounding neighborhoods.
This town is also ideal for those who still want to be close to top-quality local shopping and dining. While many small towns only have a handful of businesses, Round Top is different. Lining Washington Street are more shops, restaurants, and companies than you’d ever see in the vast majority of rural communities.
Dining, Shopping & Entertainment
For a town with a population of 85, you’d never imagine that there could be such a lively and thriving shopping and dining scene. Year over year, Round Top continuously proves to be the exception to this notion.
If you are in the mood for a day of shopping, look no further than some of the area’s highly-acclaimed, locally-owned stores. In the central part of town, you can explore shops such as Mallory et Cie Jewelry, Rose Farmhaus, Townsend Provisions, Bybee Square, Old Glory, The Porch, Curate by Stash, and Bader Ranch at Round Top European Antiques. Just outside of town, there are even more antique shops to browse.
If you are getting hungry, you’ll have ample places to eat at any time of the day. Resident favorites include Popi Burger, Lulu’s, Royers Pie Haven, Mandito’s, Round Top Coffee Shop, The Garden Co. at Round Top, Prost Wine Bar and Patio, and Teague’s Tavern. Each one of these bars and restaurants deliver outstanding quality to their visitors and provide menus that could compete with dining found in big cities.
Things to Do
Over the last few decades, Round Top has become a hub of fun activities that bring people from across the state. Some of these events and festivals have even been known to attract a national audience.
Those who have made a hobby out of antiquing won’t want to miss both of Round Top’s premier antique festivals. The Spring Antique Festival and Fall Antique Festival continue to host visitors from around the U.S. and offer world-renowned experts and collectibles. When combined with the area’s many antique stores, this town is an antique enthusiast’s paradise. Round Top is also known for its family-friendly seasonal celebrations, including the Fourth of July Parade.
Thanks to its reputation in the antique world, Round Top is also home to a number of lodging accommodations and entertainment venues. One of the favorites in the area is the spacious Round Top RV Park. Nearby, The Stone Cellar & Round Top Dance Hall regularly hosts live bands and performances alongside its restaurant.
Round Top is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
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