The town was named after David Crockett, who is said to have camped at a nearby spring in 1836 on his way to defend the Alamo. A historical plaque marks the site where the spring still flows today. The railroad was then built through Crockett, thus assuring its place as a regional trading center and spurring the growth of the lumber industry in the region. Numerous historical attractions are found in Crockett including old homes and The First United Methodist Church, one of the oldest congregations in Texas. To learn more about this rich historical area please visit The City of Crockett website.
As great as rural life can be to raise a family in Crockett, it comes with its unique struggles. We hear quite often of the challenges to find experienced reputable contractors with procedures in place to handle your new home, shop, or barndominium. Design, price, and availability are often at the top of the list of concerns from our rural clients. Our goal is to bring industry-leading projects to the surrounding rural communities of Crockett, including proven systems and processes to ensure you get exactly what we design together, but also deal with a builder who understands the distinct needs for building outside of your average neighborhood.