Exclusively New Construction Homes!
“I started my Career in Real Estate in 1997 working for a Luxury Texas Homebuilder and wouldn’t trade those years for the world. I bring that knowledge base and experiences with me as we narrow down blueprint, lot and price with whom you will ultimately choose to be your Families New Homebuilder. It is a complicated process and the steaks couldn’t be higher, so please consider letting us assist you every step of the way.” David Gervais Broker / Owner.
There are plenty of good subdivisions to choose from in the Manor Area serviced by the Manor Independent School District and here at Austin’s Mobile Realty we’re eager to help get you started on your journey to Central Texas living by being your preferred local Brokerage. Enjoy browsing the local listings below and let us know what catches your eye; or ask for updated daily listings for your review.
All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. The Austin Board of REALTORS®. ACTRIS and their affiliates provide the MLS and all content therein "AS IS" and without any warranty, express or implied. The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Based on information from ACTRIS through the date and time shown below.
MANOR, TEXAS. Manor is an incorporated community on U.S. Highway 290 twelve miles northeast of Austin in northeastern Travis County. A post office called Grassdale opened there in 1859 with James Manor as postmaster, but it was discontinued in 1860. A post office called Gregg was established in 1871 but changed its name to Manor the next year in honor of James Manor. The Houston and Texas Central Railway was built through the town in 1871, giving residents easy access to markets. By the mid-1880s Manor had a district school, three churches, six general stores, and a population of 125. Cotton, cottonseed, and grain were the principal commodities shipped from the area. The community grew rapidly in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, with population estimates reaching 500 by 1892 and 900 by 1914. Manor continued to serve as a commercial center for area farmers, many of whom used the railroad to ship livestock and dairy products.