• Abilene
    Abilene Community
    Abilene Texas Real Estate Once touted as “The Future Great Town of West Texas”, Abilene has become just that. Located just 150 miles west of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, Abilene offers all…
  • Abilene Wylie
    Abilene Wylie
    Location: Wylie is a thriving community south of Abilene centered around a school district – not to be confused with the incorporated city of Wylie located northeast of Dallas. History:  Wylie…
  • Anson
    Motto: “A Star of the Texas Midwest.” 2007 Est. Pop.: 2,580. Location: 26 miles north of Abilene at U.S. Highways 83/277 and 180. Anson was originally known as Jones City when it was founded in…
  • Avoca
    2002 Est. Pop: 121. Location: 43 miles north of Abilene in Jones County on State Highway 6 and farm market roads 600 and 1636. History: Avoca’s original name when settlers first came in the 1880s…
  • Baird
    Motto: “Antique Capital of West Texas”  2007 Est. Pop.: 1,614  Location: 21 miles east of Abilene at Interstate 20 and U.S. Highway 283. Baird started as a railroad construction camp in 1880…
  • Buffalo Gap
    Buffalo Gap
    2007 Est. Pop.: 448. Location: 14 miles south of Abilene on FM 89. The town’s name is descriptive of its location in a hollow nestled in a gap in the Tonkawa Mountains, which was a favorite…
  • Caps
    2000 Est. Pop.: 100. Location: 8 miles southwest of Abilene on U.S. Highway 277 and FM 707. History: An acre of land given by J. Stoddard Johnston of Abilene to Anna and Ira Rollins Borders as a…
  • Clyde
    2007 Est. Pop.: 3,742. Location: East of Abilene 15 miles on Interstate 20. The first settler in the town that was to become known as Clyde was R.J. Estes in 1876. The community is named after…
  • Cross Plains
    Cross Plains
    Motto: “Home of Conan the Barbarian Author, Robert E. Howard.” 2007 Est. Pop.: 1,062. Location: 44 miles southeast of Abilene at junction of State Highways 36 and 206 The settlement of Cross…
  • Dyess AFB
    Dyess AFB
    Location: Just west of Abilene. History: Abilene’s rich history as a home of military installations dates to 1940 when Abilenians raised money to purchase land for a U.S. Army base eventually…
  • Elmdale
    Location: 8 miles east of Abilene at Elmdale Road South and FM 18. History: Elmdale started as a small railroad settlement in the early 1880s. The origin of the town’s name is unclear: either it…
  • Hamby
    Location: Hamby is a rural neighborhood 10 miles northeast of Abilene at the intersection of State Highway 351 and Elmdale Road North/CR 520. History: At the northeast corner of Taylor County, the…
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