Round Rock Texas Historic Homes
Round Rock Texas has a lot of history. Originally, Round Rock was called Brushy, after the Brushy Creek. The Chisholm Trail went right through Round Rock crossing the Brushy Creek. The outlaw Sam Bass met his demise in Round Rock at the hands of the Texas Rangers and is buried in the Round Rock Cemetery just west of Interstate 35 on Sam Bass Road. The Round Rock Texas city website has a lot of information on it regarding Historic Preservation in Round Rock including a Walking Guide to the Great Round Rock Shootout. Sam Bass is also rumoured to have hung out in Longhorn Caverns near Burnet TX. The Round Rock Historic Commercial District is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The old Stage Coach Inn is now operating as Gumbo’s Round Rock Restaurant. At 104 S Georgetown is a historic home that was built for the President of Trinity Lutheran College. My Grandfather, OW Sandstrom attended Trinity Lutheran College in Round Rock TX. Contact Historic House Specialist Betty Saenz at 512-785-5050 or e-mail Betty Saenz to buy or sell a Historic Home in Round Rock TX.