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7 Signs of an Up and Coming Neighborhood

Aerial 1If you’ve lived in the same community for long enough, you’ll know that with great urban growth and revitalization comes great responsibility. Responsibility, that is, to spot an up and coming neighborhood before it becomes so bogged down with high property values that you can’t afford to live there anymore.

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At The Reserve, a whole new way to love Vintage Oaks is turning homebuyers into residents

David Weekley Homes at The Reserve

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Join us for Cody Nusbaum’s home presentation at Vintage Oaks

Army Speciaiist Cody Nusbaum is surprised with a new mortgage-free home at Vintage Oaks. Courtesy of BCMC.

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Australia’s Herald Sun has discovered the Texas Hill Country

Australia’s Herald Sun has discovered the Texas Hill Country. The Herald Sun excerpted Lonely Planet Southwest USA’s Best Trips, taking a look at the jaunt between San Antonio and New Braunfels. And perfect timing too, as we dig into spring and embrace one of the best times of the year to spend time in the Hill Country.

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Introducing The Reserve, a whole new way to love Vintage Oaks

For those who know Vintage Oaks, the community stands alone. Between the idyllic location right on the Texas Wine Trail, the resort-style amenities, and the scenic acreage properties, Vintage Oaks is simply unmatched. And now, the community is getting even better. Introducing The Reserve, a whole new way to love Vintage Oaks.

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March Madness: 64 Reasons to Love Vintage Oaks

March Madness captures the attention of the sports world for the entire month of March—and then some, since the final game is not actually played until April. But Vintage Oaks has residents’ attention every day of the year. So it only seemed natural to create our own March Madness: 64 Reasons to Love Vintage Oaks!

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Jimmy Kimmel had some fun with Austin’s food trucks

Vintage Oaks–the Texas Hill Country’s premier community

If you’ve been to the Texas capital, you know it’s teeming with food trucks, and these Austin food trucks have some of the best eats in the city. If you’ve watched Jimmy Kimmel, you know he doesn’t pass up an opportunity to take a city’s best features and use them as comedy fodder. Last night was no different. Jimmy Kimmel had some fun with Austin’s food trucks, sending show regular cousin Sal out to the Kebabalicious truck, where he proceeded to harass and annoy patrons.

If you missed last night’s episode, you can catch the Jimmy Kimmel Austin food truck hilarity here. And make sure you tune in tonight to see what Kimmel has in store.

If you’re in Austin for SXSW, don’t forget to head out to the Texas Hill country and check out what makes this a favorite Texas location. From the rolling hills to the majestic oaks to the allure of the Texas Wine Trail, the Hill Country is a world unto itself. And at the center of it all is Vintage Oaks, the fastest-selling community in the Texas Hill Country, offering a unique combination of Texas land and master-planned amenities.

Within easy commuting distance to Austin, Vintage Oaks is another great reasons to move to the area. Vintage Oaks has long been the favorite community of the Texas Hill Country, but 2013 was a banner year with more than 125 homesites and a ranking as the fastest-selling community in the Texas Hill Country. Vintage Oaks currently has properties ranging from one to 14 acres in several neighborhoods, offering both gated and non-gated locations with wooded, cul-de-sac, and view homesites. Increased sales and continued buyer demand throughout the year have led to new property releases and neighborhood openings. Vintage Oaks’ newest offering including:
  • Silver Oaks, offering 1- to 2.42-acre properties with some of the most breathtaking views of the Hill Country’s rolling terrain and majestic oak trees. Wooded, cul-de-sac, and view homesites overlook the Hill Country landscape and are dotted with hundred-year-old oak trees. Silver Oaks is within walking distance to many of Vintage Oaks’ amenities, including the Clubhouse, swimming pools, athletic fields and walking trails. The neighborhood is also a short walk from Comal ISD’s proposed school site.
  • Champagne Hills, Vintage Oaks’ first gated community in more than two years, offering some of the most spectacular Hill Country views and a rare air of privacy. The homesites also offer huge oak trees, heavily wooded landscapes, private cul-de-sac sites and green belt locations with direct access to the community’s walking trails.
  • The Reserve offers a unique opportunity for homebuyers to call Vintage Oaks home in a whole new way. It’s the best of Vintage Oaks living plus the ability to choose from a variety of home plans from two of the nation’s most respected builders, David Weekley Homes and Ryland Homes.

For more information on Vintage Oaks, visit Vintage Oaks.

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Jimmy Kimmel is eating his way through Austin

If it seems like Jimmy Kimmel is eating his way through Austin, it’s because he is. Or was. Maybe both. The late night host and his sidekick Guillermo were in town a few weeks back working their way through the city’s best barbecue joints.

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The Academy Awards of Vintage Oaks

This Sunday is the Academy Awards, and to celebrate, we’re taking a look at all the award-caliber features of the best-selling community in the Texas Hill Country: Vintage Oaks. From the incredible location along the Texas Wine Trail to the range of master-planned acreage properties, Vintage Oaks has it all. So without further delay, we present the Academy Awards of Vintage Oaks.

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Thousands of people are going to descend on Austin for SXSW

Vintage Oaks–the Texas Hill Country’s premier community

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