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Overview of Huntsville

Hailed as a city "Where a Warm Welcome Awaits," Huntsville, TX offers unrivaled Southern hospitality. With a unique small-town environment and historic flair, Huntsville is a place where heritage, nature, and industry come together. The city has approximately 39,000 charming and friendly residents who enjoy the beautiful weather of the Southern United States. Search for Huntsville apartments for rent, and experience down-home Southern comfort in one of Texas' most vibrant small cities.

Living in Huntsville, TX

Founded in the 1830s by Pleasant and Ephriam Gray, Huntsville was originally an Indian trading post. The Grays named the city after their hometown of Huntsville, Alabama, and established a friendly relationship with the Bidai Native Americans. New residents moved into the area to take advantage of the fruitful economic conditions, and today Huntsville maintains a strong business climate with prominent state institutions.

The city is home to Sam Houston State University, which attracts bright minds and innovative ideas to southeastern Texas. Local residents enjoy excellent public services typically offered in a college town, as well as very affordable living expenses. Huntsville's cost of living index is 84.1, which is significantly less than the United States average. Residents live in Huntsville apartments close to the university as well as in sprawling residential neighborhoods, but everyone here enjoys the beautiful landscapes of the Deep South.

Huntsville Attractions and Special Events

Huntsville is home to many unique museums, including the Gibbs-Powell Home Museum, Texas Prison Museum, and H.E.A.R.T.S. Veterans Museum, which offer an unparalleled insight into the heritage of southeastern Texas. With Hunstville State Park right in their backyards, residents here also enjoy a 2000-acre recreational area with many hiking trails and venues for camping, biking, fishing, and nature viewing on beautiful Lake Raven.

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