Provident Real Estate

Provident Real Estate

Introducing Provident: A Premier Subdivision in Waco, Texas

Nestled in the heart of Waco, Texas, Provident is a prestigious subdivision that offers an exceptional living experience. With its prime location in the Lone Star State, Provident provides residents with access to a vibrant city while still maintaining a sense of tranquility and privacy.

Located in McLennan County, Provident is known for its beautiful homes, well-manicured landscapes, and a close-knit community. This subdivision offers a wide range of housing options, including single-family homes, townhouses, and spacious estates, catering to the diverse needs and preferences of its residents.

One of the standout features of Provident is its proximity to Waco's amenities and attractions. Whether you're looking for shopping, dining, or entertainment options, you'll find them all within a short distance from Provident. The subdivision is also conveniently located near major highways, making it easy to explore other parts of Texas or commute to work.

In addition to its prime location, Provident boasts excellent schools, making it an ideal choice for families. The subdivision is served by top-rated public and private schools, ensuring that children receive a quality education.

For outdoor enthusiasts, Provident offers plenty of recreational opportunities. The Waco area is known for its scenic parks, hiking trails, and beautiful lakes, providing residents with ample opportunities for outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, and picnicking.

If you're looking for a place to call home in Waco, Texas, Provident is an exceptional choice. With its premier location, stunning homes, and a strong sense of community, this subdivision offers the perfect blend of comfort, convenience, and luxury living.

Newest Listings in Provident

3 Beds 3 Baths WACO-219121 MLS
Stunningly gorgeous & fully renovated in 2020 by UK designer, Janet Parrella-Van Den Berg, this 1910 beauty, known as "White & Faded House," was restored to its original glory. This part of Waco history was built & designed by W.C. Dodson, architect of many county courthouses across Texas. This home features several modern updates such as a full electrical re-wire, two high efficiency HVAC units, composition roof, & insulated exterior walls. Upon entering the home, the period staircase is the immediate focal point upon arrival as you take in the delight of high ceilings, gleaming white wooden floors, walls, & magnificent windows fully capturing the atmosphere of natural light flowing throughout the residence. Formerly referred to as a parlor, the living room sits to the left of the foyer with a lovely faux fireplace and formal dining to the right gracious in size to accommodate a table seating of twelve. The darling kitchen's layout will satisfy any cook with its gas range, large island, farmhouse sink & super cute butler's pantry/coffee-tea bar area! The adjacent laundry room is large enough for ironing & can accommodate another refrigerator or freezer. Beautiful glass French doors open up back to the entry and near a half bath. The splendor of the interior continues upstairs with three very large bedrooms, a modern hall bath & ensuite bathroom featuring a luxurious tub, & pretty dual vanity. Backyard includes a desirable deck in the back corner of the yard perfect for evening dining & entertaining as well as plenty of space for pets and children to run and play. Property built before 1978. Lead based paint may be present. This property may qualify for Seller Financing. Go to and enter property code 140665 for more information.

2325 Parrott Avenue, Waco

Listing courtesy of Premier, REALTORS. Contact:

4 Beds 2 Baths WACO-216667 MLS
This architecturally historic and personally designed home is featured in the book Historic homes of Waco, Texas as the Birch and Pearl Easterwood house in the lovely Provident Heights addition. Waco's famed Birch D Easterwood designed this home for himself and his wife Pearl. Mr. Easterwood designed 20 plus homes that are published in the Historic Homes of Waco, Texas book. Mr Easterwood also designed landmarks in Waco such as Pat Neff Hall, Brooks Hall and the Tidwell Bible Building at Baylor University. The original 1920 blueprints stay with the home and include Mr Easterwood's name and motto "Some houses may be bigger but none better built". This historic two-story home has many "Easterwood" details thru-out including colonial columns at the front, dormers, plaster walls, french doors, a rare two car garage in the 1920's with living quarters above the garage, wood burning fireplace, original wood floors, high ceilings, natural light with multiple windows in every room, built in glass bookcases, glass cabinets in kitchen, custom crown molding, antique lighting, built in hutch, and four french doors that lead to a large covered porch. The original blue prints show a "sleeping porch" that has been converted to a bedroom with a closet. The roof was replaced three years ago replacing the black bangor slate from Maine. Part of the original roof was left in place around the dormers and the garage. The previous owners lived in the home for 32 years and spent their time restoring this historic beauty back to its original 1920's construction with their knowledge of antiquing and home preservation. The walls, ceilings, windows, doors and floors have all been purposely designed and restored back to a prominent 1920's Waco home. Provident Heights neighborhood offers prime proximity to all that Waco has to offer (Baylor University, Lake Waco, Waco Regional Airport and downtown Waco). The garage apartment could be a home office, or additional income from a short-term rental. This home is surrounded by a landscaped yard and towering shade trees on a large corner lot. This is truly a wonderful and unique opportunity.

2228 Parrott Avenue, Waco

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