Room enough for everyone, including your pet. Not many Winnie apartments are pet friendly. But we understand they’re part of the family, and that man’s best friend deserves a place on the couch, on the rug, and maybe even at the table. Our pet friendly apartments in Winnie are designed with you in mind.
Live life to the fullest. Of all the apartments Winnie has to offer, Magnolia Station‘s floor plans are among the largest. In Magnolia Station‘s apartments for rent, Winnie will have everything you need to make the home you deserve: from the dishwasher to the extra storage closet.
Everything you need at your doorstep. Because there are so many apartments for rent in Winnie, renters have to be diligent to get what they want. One thing that sets us apart is how close we are to shopping. As you live at Magnolia Station, stocking the fridge and pantry won’t be an all-day affair.
With a 48-hour average repair request completion time, professionals take care of the maintenance of your home. Today is your time to relax and live in the confidence that our team will take care of everything. That’s why everyone raves about Magnolia Station: we go above and beyond the other apartments Winnie has to offer.
A LOCAL GUIDE TO Winnie, Texas
Located in Chambers County between Beaumont and Houston, Winnie was initially established in 1895 and named after Fox Winnie, a railroad contractor who worked for the Gulf and Interstate Railway. Winnie has benefitted by the discovery of a nearby oilfield in 1941, later growing due to the construction of Interstate 10.
History & Culture
Winnie has long had a history with the railroad and oil industry. The town was originally built as a railroad town until 1911. With the discovery of oil in 1941 Glenn H. McCarthy established a gas plant to the east of town. Rice is another strong industry in the town, as the rice harvest is celebrated annually.
Interstate 10 runs to the north of the town and is a vital transportation link to Houston to the west and Beaumont to the East. Winnie is a midpoint stop between the two cities, and residents have easy access to Houston’s airport for further domestic and international travel. Amtrak service is also available in both Beaumont and Houston.
Several nearby restaurants cater to a variety of tastes for our residents. You can enjoy a cup of coffee and several bakery treats at Lercy’s Café-Coffeehouse-Bakery. For something a little different Pho Express offers traditional Vietnamese Cuisine. Tony’s BBQ and Macho’s Mexican Restaurant also appeal to more traditional Texas tastes.
Things to Do
The Texas Rice Festival is an annual event that celebrates the rice harvest every year. It is community celebration jointly held with Liberty, Anahuac, Dayton, and Winnie in Winnie-Stowell Park and is a week of activities. Winnie is also home to the St. Louis Conference of St. Vincent de Paul, serving the needy and suffering in Southeast Texas.