Great view of our County Courthouse!


The courthouse is an imposing edifice, nine stories tall, including the clock tower, swallowing up most of the town square. The ornate sandstone carvings are along the top of a series of granite columns that frame entrances on all sides of the building.

In 1894, stone mason Harry Herley was brought to Waxahachie to sculpt and decorate outer walls of of the new courthouse, replacing a wooden courthouse that cost $59 to build. While he carved some of the porches and arches himself, he also supervised several German-trained carvers.

Client Testimonial

In a market where buying a house can feel stressful and disheartening, Beth with One10 Realty was such an encouragement!
She listened to what I wanted, didn’t push me into something I didn’t like or couldn’t afford, and she was always checking to see how I felt about what was going on.
She genuinely cared about me and was my biggest coach/cheerleader/advocate to the very end!
I am so thankful for the way she helped me find my dream home and I can’t say enough about the ways she went above and beyond to support and care for me! I am forever grateful for Beth and this amazing company!


Mitzi (One10 Mascot) We Love our Furry Friends

Yes, we are Dog Freindly!

Mitzi enjoyed coming to work today,  she was busy watching people walk the streets of downtown Waxahachie!

Stop by and say hello!

We had lots of people stop by the window and wave while she was sitting on my desk.

Marketing Meetings

After a long day, she was kind of out of it for our marketing meeting with Cindy Camp at Ellis County Living Magazine.

We love sharing our Client Stories

It is a small World

This family has been in my life for years. Christine was my manager when I worked at Braums in Sulphur Springs during high school. I lost touch when I moved away. Once I became a Realtor (several years later), I received a phone call it was Christine she said “Is this little Bethy Boles from Sulphur Springs”. The Goldsmith’s were looking for a home in Waxahachie, and I had the pleasure of helping them.

We are here to help

When Charles retired it was time for the Goldsmith’s to move back to Sulphur Springs. They said now Beth “None of those other Realtors are like you”. So off to Sulphur Springs we went to find their next home.

The team effort paid off!

Greg Pickett helped relocate some of the Goldsmith’s items and Leslie Armstrong had a buyer ready!

Seemless closing

Thanks to Gateway Mortgage, Ellis County Abstract and Title, Hopkins County Abstract and to the Hinton Family in Sulphur Springs.

Ask us About Real Estate

Ask us about Real Estate! Gingerbread Trail visitors welcome to Waxahachie! Drop by our office at 208 E. Main or our open house at 222 E. Monroe

Call us 214-801-9801


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