Welcome to Montgomery

Wide open spaces deep in the heart of Texas

If you are looking for the perfect secluded setting, it's time to explore Montgomery. You will enjoy beautiful scenic drives to and from your home in Montgomery since it sits further away from the hustle and bustle of the I45 corridor. While the town has a peaceful feeling in a rural setting, a lot of development is happening in the area, bringing exciting new dining, shopping, and entertainment options. It's also a town steeped in history and the birthplace of the Texas Lone Star flag! There are some fantastic homes for sale in Montgomery. The master-planned community of Woodforest has great schools, lovely parks and trails, and an active events calendar. Homes along the waterfront of nearby Lake Conroe create peaceful retreats with great recreational opportunities. There are also many homes on acreage removed from the activity of suburban life and offering blissful quiet and solitude. Montgomery might be for you if you are ready to get away from it all and settle down in a place with that hometown feeling.

What to Love

  • A lush countryside town that provides plenty of options for entertainment and socializing
  • Nearby Lake Conroe offers access to the lake lifestyle with boating, fishing, and other recreational activities
  • The scenic beauty allows you to escape and create a lifestyle that suits you

Local Lifestyle

Montgomery offers a classic rural, small-town lifestyle. You'll run into neighbors and friends as you explore the town square, filled with quaint shops and restaurants. Spending time at Lake Conroe is popular, with boating and fishing being common pastimes. There is a strong community spirit, well-attended events like the Lone Star Flag Celebration and Quilt Walk, and neighbors are willing to lend each other a hand.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

You don't have to give up great dining and excellent shopping just because you live in a small town! Montgomery offers an incredible range of options. Start your evening out at H Wines, a hidden gem with locally-made Texas wines. Then head to WO Sushi Fusion, an incredible sushi restaurant featuring unique rolls alongside traditional Japanese dishes. Treat yourself to a local favorite and visit the Eatery at Hodge Podge Lodge, located in a beautiful 19th-century country home serving amazing burgers, pasta, and more. 
Once you've had your fill of delicious food, walk to The Rancher's Daughter. This gorgeous boutique carries a selection of unique clothing and jewelry, and you can even pick up a bottle or two of local wine. You can also source some antiques for your home at Garrett House Antiques. With seven rooms of beautiful pieces to check out, there is something for everyone here.

Things to Do

Montgomery offers many activities, including the annual Texas Flag Celebration at Montgomery Community Center. The celebration includes living history demonstrations and displays of important historical documents. Make sure you attend Freedom Fest on the 4th of July, including the parade through the historic town center. However, Christmas may be Montgomery's highlight, with festivities kicking off in early December and lasting through the New Year. 
If you want a fun day out, head to P-6 Farms. The farm hosts events throughout the year, including Easter egg hunts and pumpkin picking at Halloween. Check out Fernland Historical Park, a living museum with lots of hands-on activities exploring the lifestyle of Texas settlers. You can learn more about local history at N.H. Davis Pioneer Complex and Museum, including Montgomery's role in creating the Texas state flag. 

Overview for Montgomery, TX

1,617 people live in Montgomery, where the median age is 41.2 and the average individual income is $38,249. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

41.2 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Montgomery, TX

Montgomery has 645 households, with an average household size of 2.51. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Montgomery do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 1,617 people call Montgomery home. The population density is 320.87 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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47.99 / 52.01%

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Work With Kathleen

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