Johnson City is known as the crossroads of the Texas Hill Country. It was the hometown of President Lyndon Johnson and was founded by his uncle, James Polk Johnson.

James Polk Johnson died at the age of 40 in 1885, and by then, he had built the first gristmill, the Pearl Hotel and had began construction on the building to house a general merchandise store. This building housed the town's first jail in its basement, as well as the first church congregation upstairs. It also served as the first Johnson City courthouse.

Johnson City offers many ranches and land available as well as communities and small town ambiance.

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Updated: 28th September, 2022 4:55 AM (UTC).