Dickinson Real Estate Guide

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Dickinson Real Estate Guide

Dickinson is a neighborhood where modern conveniences meet small-town charm. It has direct access to larger cities like Downtown Houston and Galveston.

Dickinson is popular for its:

Dickinson is along the Gulf Coast. Due to this, it is susceptible to hurricanes and tropical storms. Residents may need to invest in flood insurance. At the same time, they must prepare for evacuation during severe weather events. Due to this, buyers must contact professional help before settling in certain areas.

To get personal advice on buying or selling in the Dickinson real estate, contact Paige Martin, one of Houston's best condo realtors and one of the top-ranked Realtors in the United States.

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Dickinson Homes For Sale

$218,000
3 Beds, 2 Baths
5049 Hauna Lane
$310,000
3 Beds, 2 Baths
3112 Timber Lane
$269,990
4 Beds, 2 Baths
933 Royal Oak Drive
$539,000
3 Beds, 2 Baths
4100 Lovers Lane
$199,999
3 Beds, 1 Bath
4001 Liggio Street
$249,000
3 Beds, 2 Baths
226 Dani Lane

Dickinson Homes For Rent

$2,050
3 Beds, 2 Baths
5221 Cottonwood Circle
$3,200
4 Beds, 3 Baths
403 Old Bayou Drive
$2,790
3 Beds, 2 Baths
2032 Cork Street
$1,850
3 Beds, 2 Baths
5415 Pecos Street
$1,849
3 Beds, 2 Baths
5005 Asia Lane
$2,600
3 Beds, 2 Baths
3406 E. Bayou Drive #B

Table of Contents

  1. Dickinson Home Sale Trends
  2. Dickinson Best Realtor Insights
  3. Dickinson Maps, Location & Zip Code
  4. Dickinson Schools
  5. Dickinson Real Estate Market

Dickinson Home Sale Trends

Dickinson Real Estate Trends

Dickinson is situated southeast of Houston. It is located approximately halfway between Houston and Galveston. It is a short drive to Clear Lake Area and Friendswood, two of the best Houston suburbs.

Dickinson is famous for its:

Dickinson is easily accessible by car, bus, and train. The area is also served by three independent school districts (ISDs). These ISDs are Clear Creek, Dickinson, and Sta. Fe.


Dickinson Best Realtor Insights

Dickinson is located in Galveston, Texas. It's situated in the southeastern part of the state and is part of the Houston metropolitan area.


Dickinson Maps, Location & Zip Code

Dickinson Map

Commute Time Dickinson
Downtown (min) 30
Med Ctr (min) 35
Energy Corridor (min) 50
Galleria (min) 40

Map of Dickinson

Highlights Dickinson
Amenities Dickinson is a city located in Galveston County.

It is near the Gulf of Mexico and Galveston Bay. Hence, the city offers recreational opportunities. This includes fishing, boating, and water sports.

Homeowners can also enjoy several parks zoned to the area.
Golf Courses - Beacon Lakes Golf Club
Run / Bike Trails - Paul Hopkins Park
- Texas Parks and Wildlife
- Ray Holbrook Park
- Bayou Campground
Nearby Retail / Dining Retail:

- Good Old Memories Resale
- Walgreens
- Keyworth’s Hardware
- Family Dollar
- Izzy’s Vapors
- Triple T Cap Co. & Embroidery

Dining:

- Marais
- Los Lopez Taqueria
- Rogers Malt Shoppe
- Jaquay’s Chicken and Waffles
- Trailita Cielito Lindo
- Sesame House
- Chapala Mexican

Nightlife:

- Premiere Daiquiris
- 517 Bar
- Novelli's Deli & Sports Bar
- Blue Room
- Ronnie's Hog Heaven Ice House

Groceries:

- Target Grocery
- Bori-mex grocery
- Your Neighborhood Food Mart
- Kroger
- H-E-B
Major Employers - Space Center Houston
- Chevron

Dickinson Schools

Dickinson is primarily served by the Dickinson Independent School District (DISD).

Moreover, students can also enroll in nearby school districts like Clear Creek ISD and Santa Fe ISD. These ISDs are located where students can access a well-rounded learning experience in terms of academics and extracurricular activities.

Students in the area may attend the following public schools:


Elementary Schools



Middle Schools



Dickinson Private Schools


Some of the private schools in and around Dickinson are listed below:

To find an updated listing of all Dickinson real estate zoned to any specific public school, please email Paige Martin at [email protected] with the property preference and budget that you're working with.

Note: For more detailed information on specific schools zoned to different Dickinson areas, please refer to our Houston Schools Guide OR email me.

Note: School zoning tends to change from year to year. The information provided above is accurate but not guaranteed. Please double-check by visiting the school's website.


Dickinson Real Estate Market

Dickinson Single-Family Home Sale Trends


Single-family homes have been the predominant housing option in Dickinson.

These houses are relatively larger than townhomes or condominiums. Its living areas range from 1,000 to more than 3,000 square feet. Lot sizes range from 5,000 to more than 20,000 square feet.

Single-family homes are built to accommodate residents, workers, and visitors. Most homes feature three to four bedrooms with 2 full baths. Homes with one bedroom are generally cheaper.

Most single-family homes are two-story units that are traditional in style. There are also homes that feature contemporary and modern designs. However, there are only a few homes that have a ranch style.

Most of the homes being sold were built in the past two decades. However, there are also homes that were established in the 1980s.


Dickinson TownHome Sale Trends


There are not a lot of townhomes within the Dickinson area. Most of the townhomes in the market are priced under $300,000. Prices may vary depending on lot size, style, and location.

Dickinson townhomes feature two-story to three-story structures with three bedrooms and 2 full baths. Most townhomes are located in the market area and are traditional in design.

In terms of townhome units, prices can range from $80,000 to $120,000.

Townhomes average a month in the market before being sold. Most properties are not listed at all.


Dickinson Condo Sale Trends


There are no mid- or high-rise Dickinson condos for sale, but plenty of units are available in the surrounding areas.

To see other condos within the Inner Loop, see Inner Loop Houston Condos. To see condos within the nearby Galleria area, see Galleria Houston Condos. To see other condos within Downtown Houston, see Downtown Condos. To see condos within Museum District, see Museum District Condos.

The Houston Properties Team are expert in Dickinson real estate. Please contact us if you'd like to see Houston condos or learn more about buildings that could be a fit for you.


Dickinson TX History


Dickinson was originally inhabited by Native American tribes known as Karankawa Indians. European settlers began to arrive in the early 1820s. This marked the beginning of European-American settlement in the region.

The town is named after John Dickinson. He is a land surveyor who settled in the area in the 1820s. He played a prominent role in the development of the region.

In the 19th century, Dickinson relied heavily on agriculture. The area prospered as a farming community. The Houston and Henderson Railroad facilitated the transportation of goods and people.

The Galveston Hurricane of 1900 caused widespread destruction in Dickinson. The community worked hard to rebuild in the aftermath of the storm.

By the 20th century, Dickinson saw industrial development. The establishment of refineries and petrochemical plants in nearby areas brought about an influx of workers to the region. This resulted in the growth of residential neighborhoods and developments.

Over the years, Dickinson has experienced residential expansion as more people moved to the area. Zoning regulations and urban planning became more important in shaping the town's layout and character.

Today, Dickinson is a vibrant community with a mix of residential, commercial, and industrial areas. It continues to grow and evolve while preserving its historical roots and small-town charm.


Fun Things To Do Near Dickinson


Dickinson serves as a gateway to a world of diverse attractions. It boasts an array of captivating experiences from the adrenaline-pumping rides of Kemah Boardwalk to the scenic beachfront views. Dickinson offers a wealth of fun and engaging activities for visitors and residents alike.

Here are some notable places in Dickinson:

Retail
Dining
Nightlife
Groceries

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