The City of Belton offers the best combination of a small town feel, with a big city attitude!
Are you looking for homes and properties deep in the heart of Texas? The city of Belton, located on the Chisholm Trail, captures the Old West’s essence and romance yet offers the modern-day style and convenience of suburban life.
Belton is a business-friendly community, its primary employers representing the military, government, healthcare, manufacturing, agriculture, retail, and information technology.
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Water enthusiasts will find plenty to love in Belton Lake and Stillhouse Hollow Lake. With a combined 24,000 surface acres, both lakes are popular draws for fishing, boating, water sports, and other family fun.
As one of the fastest-growing school districts in Texas, Belton ISD has been labeled by some a "destination district." Many families move to Belton simply for a place they can raise their children, knowing they will receive the highest quality education.
Centrally located, Belton is only 60 miles north of Austin and less than 200 miles from Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston. While convenient for commuters, it’s serene setting assures that it is also a quiet place to make a home.
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With its attractive array of amenities, good schools, and high employment rate, Belton is the place to be!
Belton also boasts 160 acres of parkland divided among half a dozen city parks. Several miles of hiking and biking trails wind through the city and along the lake shorelines. The 266-acre Miller Springs Nature Center is a restored prairie area with several maintained walking trails. 1850
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Here are some of the most popular websites for the city. Use this as a reference when planning a visit, or a move!
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Belton Median Income
$45,619 - A high quality of life at an affordable price!
Belton is the administrative hub of Bell County and is a segment of the Killeen–Temple–Fort Hood Metropolitan Statistical Area that includes the arts community of Salado.
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The highly respected Belton ISD gets its reputation from a unique combination of innovative programs, exemplary academics, and an overall abundance of extracurricular activities. Covering nearly 200 square miles of land area, BISD covers the city of Belton and parts of Temple, Morgan's Point, and Unincorporated areas of Bell County.
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Property choices include plenty of superb options for families, commuters, and retirees alike. When it comes to quality real estate in the Temple-Fort Hood region, this city is just the right place to look.
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