August 2018

Found 3 blog entries for August 2018.

Lakeway Neighborhoods

 

We can’t pick just one favorite neighborhood in Lakeway, but here are a few of the ones we like. They all have something special about them, and one of the may be just right for you!

The Hills of Lakeway Real Estate

The Hills of Lakeway is a gated golf community that features a guarded entrance.  The neighborhood encompasses The Hills of Lakeway Country Club. Homes in The Hills of Lakeway are spacious and have a minimum square footage of 2200. There are lots available for the home buyer wishing to build a custom home. Formerly known for being a weekend getaway community in the Lakeway real estate market, it has become a neighborhood of year-round homes.  The Hills of Lakeway homes for sale is a great place to live  for the home buyer

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Back to School Safety tips

When summer begins winding down, and the new school year begins, family life changes focus from finding fun summer activities to being centered around all the things associated with attending school. Adhering to a schedule should make things more organized, but often creates a different sort of chaos as families are pressed for time. This can cause both parents and students to become distracted or harried and can lead to forgetting things and even creating accidents due to all the rushing around.

There are some things that parents can review with their children and also remind themselves of regarding back to school safety.  This builds confidence if your child is graduating to a more advanced grade, or if you just moved with your child to a new

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Historic Music Venues in Austin

Many historical live music venues in Austin, Texas are still alive today and keeping the tradition and reputation of the "the live music capital of the world" alive and well. Austin is the home of the most vibrant life music scene in the country and some of its many music venues have stories as interesting as the musicians that played in them.

Threadgill's

Between 1930 and 1960 a gas station that sold beer called Threadgill's on North Lamar Boulevard was the home of the Austin music scene. Kenneth Threadgill created an "anything goes" progressive music culture by bringing together an eclectic mix of musicians and fans, this was an instrumental move in making the Austin music scene what it is today. When Threadgill’s was facing being torn down,

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