The town of Groom, Texas, is just forty two miles east of Amarillo, Texas, off Interstate Highway 40 which is part of the Historic Route 66. There are many scenic areas around the town of Groom. This is one of the reasons it was chosen to be the sight of Richard Pearce's 1992 movie, Leap of Faith.
There are other structures in Groom, Texas, which people regularly travel there to photograph. The Leaning Water Tower is a very popular tourist attraction along a stretch of the old Route 66 interstate. You can see pictures of this old water tower in many books and magazines published about Route 66. This water tower was once a functional tower, but then became scheduled to be demolished. One of Groom's business owners bought it and moved it to Groom decades ago. Ever since it has been an important part of the Groom landscape.
Groom has a thriving housing market that is home to people from all walks of life, some who are originally from the area and others that are transplants from elsewhere. The median housing price is $75,000. If living in Groom, Texas, is something that interest you, your first step is to have a real estate appraisal completed on the property you are considering. This way you are certain that you are getting a good deal for your money. No matter where you move, having a real estate appraisal completed before you buy is always in your best interest.
Groom, Texas, has a rich history, and current listings in the area include a 1637 square foot 3-bedroom 2-bath for $130K and a 1144 square foot 3-bedroom 1-bath with two car garage for $49,900. It is an affordable place to buy a home and invest in real estate, with a range of available properties. If you're an investor, looking to purchase property in Groom TX or elsewhere in the Amarillo or Carson County Texas area, start by partnering with a real estate appraiser who not only knows the area but can be consistently available to provide the best information on potential properties.