Bartlett Texas is an emerging residential and business market 45 minutes Northeast of Austin with access to Interstate Highway 35 and Highway 95. It is gaining in popularity as a unique location to live and work. Established in 1881, the town maintains a quaint downtown area with a number of original historical buildings and hand lain brick roads built in 1900. It also occupies a unique part in U.S. and Texas history with ventures in railroad and rural electrification during the early 1900's.
Bartlett is situated between Williamson and Bell County lines that include major employers like Dell Inc., St David's hospital, Scott & White Healthcare, US Veterans Affairs and Healthcare system, Airborn Inc.,. Popular educational options comprise of institutions such as, Mary-Hardin Baylor University, Southwestern University, and satellite campuses for Texas A&M and Texas State Universities. Other major campuses include Austin Community College, and Temple College.
It is also centrally located around some of the fastest growing cities in Texas. Take an easy drive to Belton, Georgetown, Hutto, Jarrell, Round Rock, Salado, Taylor, Temple, or even Waco. Our community regularly attracts weekenders, day trippers, and professionals, with interest in photography, history, and architecture to name a few. Bartlett has also become a national and international visitors spot for T.V. and Film fans of Fear the Walking Dead, Texas Chainsaw films, and Revolution.
The picturesque olde historic town is undergoing a revitalization and is sure to become a destination location for small business start-ups, entrepreneurs, artisans, professionals and residents looking for modern conveniences within a small town atmosphere.