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Find Homes For Rent and Homes For Sale through Meadows Rentals Property Managmement, serving Waco Texas, Baylor University, Hewitt, Woodway, Lacy Lakeview, Lorena, China Spring, Bellmead, Robinson, and surrounding areas, covering the following zip codes- 76710, 76643, 76655, 76706, 76712, 76708, 76705, 76704, 76711, 76701, 76657, 76633.
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1221 Hewitt Dr, Ste. A
Waco, TX 76712
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Waco, TX is located in McLennan County which has a population of 233,378 (Source: city-data.com). Waco is named after the Waco Indians, the first inhabitants of this area. The Wacos were a branch of the Wichitas and were closely related to the Towakonis. The people lived in beehive shaped huts, 20 to 25 feet high, made of poles, buffalo hides and rushes. Their village was located about a half mile from the Brazos River where they grew corn, beans, pumpkins, and melons. The Crepe Myrtle is Waco's official tree.
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1221 Hewitt Drive, Ste A
Waco TX, 76712