noting its well-preserved downtown, its large stock of affordable and fixer-upper fine houses in Queen Anne, Tudor Revival, Italianate, and Greek Revival styles, as well as the town's low cost of living and convenience to the big cities of Austin, San Antonio, and Houston. Those two roads edge, to the south and north, a long stretch of public land one block wide running from the historic downtown commercial center and courthouse all the way to Kerr Creek to the east.
The oldest dwellings in Gonzales date to the mid-19th century, but most of the architecturally notable houses were constructed beginning in the late Victorian period, from about 1880 to about 1915. Ayers were among the renowned architects active here. The climate in this area is characterized by hot, humid summers and generally mild to cool winters.
The Christian community here is modernized and relatable.
This is a safe place spiritually for people to grow.""My family is everything to me, they are the reason I’m going back to school.
During the 19th century, the town was a center for higher education in Texas.