If you’re looking for homes with a charm and character that can only come with time, you’ll want to visit Old Midland when searching for a home. You’ll find beautifully remodeled homes that stay true to the spirit of the community. If you’re looking for a home that allows you to use your creative talents to really make it your own, unique space, a home in Old Midland may be perfect for you.

Beautiful Scenery

One of the challenges that home buyers face when looking for a new home is the lack of mature trees in some of the newer neighborhoods. Old Midland has plenty of large, mature trees that provide shade and beauty to the area. There are quite a few parks in the neighborhood that provide space for relaxation and recreation.

Old Midland Homes for Sale


Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Give Laura Camp a call today at 432-559-1369 to learn more about local areas, discuss selling a house, or tour available homes for sale.

Wadley Barron Park

Wadley Barron Park is located at 1001 N. A Street in Midland, TX. This address is in the 79701 zip code area. The park is called The Duck Pond by residents because of the ducks that enjoy calling this park home. The park sits on 7.3-acres of land and is considered a neighborhood park. The park features BBQ pits, a pavilion, and picnic areas with tables.

The pond has a fountain that creates a soothing sound in the background for activities in the park. This park is open daily from 6 AM – 10 PM. The cement path around the pond is perfect for bike riding, running, and walking. The large trees add color and provide shade for the area.

Old Midland Schools

Students in this area may attend Fannin Elementary School, Houston Elementary School, San Jacinto Junio High School, Midland Freshman High School, and Midland High School

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