About Magnolia, Texas

Adjacent to The Woodlands, Magnolia was settled in the late 1840s and today calls itself “the community of unity.” It has been awarded Recognized Scenic City Certification by Scenic Texas. Magnolia retains its smalltown charm even as it becomes a popular location for large-lot communities, especially those that can accommodate horses.

The central business district is known as “Magnolia Town Center” and is located along FM 1488 and FM 1774.


Demographic Information for Magnolia, Texas (Montgomery County)

Population Estimates, 2017: 507,934

Median Household Income (in 2017 dollars), 2013-2017: $74,323

High School Graduate or Higher Percent of Persons age 25 years+, 2013-2017: 87.6%

Bachelor’s Degree of Higher, Percent of Persons age 25 years+, 2013-2017: 33.7%

Median Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units, 2013-2017: $206,400

Median Selected Monthly Owner Costs (with Mortgage), 2013-2017: $1,704.00

(Credit: U.S. Census Bureau)


Popular Communities in Magnolia, Texas

Magnolia Reserve

Magnolia Reserve is located in the heart of the Magnolia.  The community includes beautiful homes exclusively for Magnolia Reserve by Terrata Homes.  They offer great one-story floor plans with 3-car garages, outdoor kitchens and more.  This community is just a short drive from The Woodlands, Tomball and Lake Conroe and just moments away from the new Grand Parkway/Highway 99.