The median home value in Flatonia, TX is $76,000.
the county median home value of $127,000.
The national median home value is $177,414.
The average price of homes sold in Flatonia, TX is $76,000.
Approximately 54.01% of Flatonia homes are owned,
compared to 26.55% rented, while
19.45% are vacant.
Flatonia real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Flatonia real estate agent to arrange a tour today! Learn more about Flatonia Real Estate.
Home is overflowing with country flair, kitchen adorned with tin, country chic paint choices & lots of hardwood floors. Open concept dining area, kitchen & living area. Off living area is an office. 2 huge living room windows overlook spacious backyard. 3 bedrooms all nice sized! Added property bonus an additional building that could be used for game room, craft room or additional area for guests. Beautiful attached deck so you may sit out & enjoy your morning coffee or an evening barbecue
Charming large 8-room house. Vinyl siding over brick & wood exterior approx Nov 1996 gives clean look. Kitchen w/island that divides kitchen & dinning. Large utility room could be split to make home office. House surrounded by large mature trees w/2 large palms in back. Backyard w/greenhouse & fenced for pets. 2-car garage on west side of house w/opener. Wide paved drive room for 6+ parking spaces. 2 glass/screened doors on both doors, security system, 2014 new stove & side-by-side refrigerator convey
10.8+/- acres fenced and cross-fenced and ready for your horses to call home. Custom 3 Bedroom/3 Bath Cedar Cabin with wood floors, lofts in bedrooms and big covered porches allow you to entertain and enjoy the breeze! Great place to call home or a weekend getaway!
A Cozy Family Bungalow featuring a family room/dining room with French Doors that access the sunroom full of windows - An inviting place to have tea or just read a book. There are two bedrooms and two bathrooms downstairs- with a separate door entering the front bedroom to make it an ideal space for an office. The bathrooms have gorgeous antique-footed tubs. Yellow Pine floors through the house. Upstairs features one big bedroom as well as an attic area for storage.
An early 1900's home with desired dog trot, sleeping room, parlor, & kitchen area plus sleeping attic space accessed by a stair ladder. All of the original doors, window sashes with wavy glass, ship lap plank walls, and chamfered ceiling long leaf floors remain. The attached carriage house/living quarters has finishes complementary to the original structure. The kitchen has cabinetry that becomes an asset of the very large living space. The loft sleeping area is quite open and roomy. Love it.