Orange, TX

Beautiful Homes For Sale in Orange, TX

Orange you glad to be home.

Welcome to Orange, Tx!  Orange is a vibrant community known for it’s rich history dating way back to the early 1800s. Serving as the easternmost city in Texas on the Sabine River, and bordering Louisiana, Orange played a significant role in the Texas Revolution. It served as a major steamboat port which was later dredged deeper for ship building during WWI.  It was also selected by The Navy Department to be one of eight locations to store reserve vessels. The shipyard remained in Orange from 1975 to 2008. Historical sites like the W.H. Stark House Museum, Heritage History Museum, and Cormier Museum can take you back to these times by offering glimpse into the city’s extensive past.

Not only does the area offer an abundance of history, but it also has plenty of entertainment as well. You can enjoy a performance at the grand Lutcher Theater, or even perform yourself! The Lutcher Theater is a premier non-profit venue showcasing Broadway productions, ballet, and more. It was built in the 1980 and is largest performing arts facility from Houston to New Orleans. The Orange Community Players also provide quality theater productions involving local talent to encourage a continued love for performing arts in the area. Visit and take a stroll through the nearby Shangri La Botanical Gardens and Nature Center, which is a serene paradise encompassing lush gardens, educational, and fun events. The Stark Foundation’s ecosystem restoration efforts have made this destination a must-see! Enjoy a challenging round of golf at the Sunset Grove Country Club. The Sunset Grove Country Club is an 18-hole championship golf course designed in 1923 with build completion in 1926.  This course is the only Donald Ross course in Texas that still uses the original design. How about a relaxing day on the water? Easy launch access to the Sabine River encourages boating, fishing, and kayaking.  Gather a group of friends and family (and a few spending dollars too) for the monthly Orange Trade Days event. This event features local vendors, crafters, food trucks and live music. Don’t forget the Riverfront Car show which is held annually showcasing some truely beautiful classing cars.

Orange residents take great pride in participating in philanthropic endeavors. Organizations like the Rotary Club, Humane Society, and Habitat for Humanity engage locals to contribute their time and resources to benefit the community.

It can’t always be all play and no work. Orange was the leading area in the Texas lumber industry and chemical industry. The chemical industry is still the leading support of the economy and is planning for a $8.5 billion plant expansion beginning 2023.

In Orange, Tx you will find a warm and welcoming community that treasures its history, promotes the arts, and cherishes the natural beauty of the region. Whether you’re a history buff, an outdoor enthusiast, or simply looking for a great community to call home, Orange has something for everyone!  Call today and let’s find the Orange home that’s right for you!

What's For Dinner?

Enjoy a delicious laidback meal after a long day at Spanky’s Bar and Grill. You’ll find everything from seafood, to BBQ and Tex-Mex. You can even catch the game on their t.v. There is something to satisfy all the cravings!

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