Dominion Oaks Real Estate - Find Your Perfect Home For Sale!
Dominion Oaks - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in Dominion Oaks: $342,900/Co. / County Avg $392,900
Avg Sq. Ft. in Dominion Oaks: 2,560/Co. / County Avg 2,346
Avg Price per/ft2 in Dominion Oaks: $134/Co. / County Avg $167
Avg Walkscore in Dominion Oaks: 30 / County Avg 28
Avg Year Built in Dominion Oaks: 2016/Co. / County Avg 1999
Avg Days on Website in Dominion Oaks: 286/Co. / County Avg 99
Dominion Oaks Real Estate Market Health
Situated in the heart of a sea of amenities, the fabulous subdivision of Dominion Oaks is a great place to buy a home in Bryan, Texas. As part of the Bryan-College Station Metro area of Brazos County, Dominion Oaks is found off West Villa Maria Road and enjoys close proximity to excellent shopping, dining, entertainment, recreation, and top-notch schools. Students residing in the neighborhood are served by Earl Rudder High, Sam Rayburn Middle and Sam Houston Elementary schools, all of which have excellent reputations.
In addition to these wonderful features and amenities, the diverse real estate opportunities of Dominion Oaks also contributes to area’s popularity among prospective homebuyers. Homes for sale in Dominion Oaks include high-rise apartments, apartment complexes, and single family homes of varying sizes. You can find Dominion Oaks studios, two-bedrooms, three-bedrooms, and four-bedroom homes. Because of the diversity, properties in Dominion Oaks also come in a broad price range that is certain to accommodate most homebuyer’s budgets and personal tastes.
When you buy a home in Dominion Oaks you are less than three hours from the state’s largest metro areas and all of their exciting attractions and must-see destinations. Dallas is only one hundred seventy-five miles from Bryan, while Austin and Houston are only one hundred miles away. And in addition to this great location, Bryan is rich with historic beauty, art galleries, antique shops, family-owned cafes and restaurants, unique boutiques and more. In fact, despite starting as a railroad town, Bryan is now considered one of the state’s Cultural Arts Districts because of its abundance of music and art. Furthermore, Bryan is home to exceptional recreational options that include water sports, boating, fishing, golfing, hiking, and biking. For more information regarding homes for sale in Dominion Oaks or other Bryan, Texas neighborhoods, please contact us today.