Discover some of the most breathtaking views in Vintage Oaks in The Canyons. This dramatic neighborhood features high elevations and long views, privacy and greenbelt surrounds. All while being a short walk or bike ride to the pool, Clubhouse and sporting fields. Each homesite is one acre or more of spacious Hill Country land.
The Canyons features:
• 1+ Acre wooded homesites
• Backyard greenbelts for extra privacy
• 100-Year-Old oak trees
• Cul-de-sac homesites
• Breathtaking Hill Country views
Call your land consultant at (830) 885-3054 to schedule a tour of these canyon homesites.
Sales at The Reserve have been strong since the grand opening and the neighborhood is alive with new home construction. There are currently seven homes under construction. Coming soon are four new inventory homes to showcase a few of the various home plans available from Ryland Homes and David Weekley Homes. See first-hand how many customizable options are available from both builders.
More than one quarter of the Vintage Oaks family consists of friends and family of current property owners. We are proud to have a community who wants their friends to live here too. The year will be over before you know it, so if you have friends, family or co-workers that would love Vintage Oaks, tell us and we’ll give you $500 when they close on their new homesite.
We are proud to launch the new Vintage Oaks website completely revamped to better help you find Texas Hill Country land and homes in the fastest-growing community in New Braunfels, Vintage Oaks. Discover all that Hill Country living has to offer!
The new website also features a section exclusively for use by property owners. The web address is www.vintageoakstexas.com/owners.
Here you can find important information regarding Social Gatherings, Architectural Control, Amenities Usage, information for the City of New Braunfels and a list of Board of Directors, Committees and their respective members.
Here you will find a direct link to the Resident Portal which is managed by RealManage, and a detailed list of what is available on the portal. Find a link to www.Nextdoor.com for access to the neighborhood social network plus email addresses for the various groups involved in the community.
Around 80 property owners attended the SouthStar hosted Wine and Social Club on Tuesday, August 12th. Everyone enjoyed handcrafted appetizers and desserts and, of course, wine from Gourmage, a gourmet shop in downtown New Braunfels. It was hot outside, but everyone was cool and comfortable indoors sipping on wine and mingling with neighbors.
Neighbors enjoyed an evening under the pavilion on June 24th and learned how to cook a simple, wholesome, wonderful meal all on the grill. Chef Ed Carle demonstrated how to marinate and cook up beef and vegetable shish kebabs and grilled asparagus. Neighbors delighted in one another’s company as the delicious meal was shared.
Kids of all ages and their families gathered the evening before Labor Day to celebrate summer and the pool season coming to a close at the Clubhouse. They had a blast on the Fire and Ice inflatable slide, took some swings at piñatas full of candy and laughed together at all the zany characters in Despicable Me 2 as they watched pool side on a huge screen.
The Comal County Fair & Rodeo is a long standing tradition in New Braunfels and will take place this year September 19th through the 28th. The PRCA rodeo and fair has countless activities for the whole family, from the Fair Parade, rodeo events, the BBQ Cook Off, an amusement carnival and even an Antique Tractor Pull. The Comal Master Gardeners, which many of you are familiar with through our landscaping seminars, also have a booth set up to learn about gardening practices, water wise plants, honey bees and host special activities for children.
You can enjoy hand-made products from local residents, including jams and jellies, art and photography and homebrewed wine, oil and vinegar. The fair is centrally located on E. Common St. just across from the New Braunfels library. Log on to http://comalcountyfair.org/ for further information and to purchase tickets.
Photo courtesy of comalcountyfair.org
The 2nd Annual GNBEDF (Greater New Braunfels Economic Development Foundation) Corporate Challenge is happening October 10th at Landa Park Golf Course. This will be the first official tournament since the course at Landa Park has been entirely renovated. The event is a three person scramble – Shotgun Start with two teams per hole. The proceeds from the tournament benefit the GNBEDF and its mission to help attract and retain local businesses to increase the economic health of the Greater New Braunfels community. Visit http://innewbraunfels.com/event/gnbedf-corporate-challenge/ for entry fees and sponsorship costs if you would like to be involved.
Visit historic Gruene October 9th – 12th, 2014 for a day (or four!) of music, wine and food to help support the local Comal County United Way at the 28th Annual Gruene Music and Wine Festival – a celebration of Texas and Americana music and Texas, New World and German specialty beer, wine, food and handcrafted items. Visit www.gruenemusicandwinefest.org for the 2014 music line-up, ticket and other information.
Photo courtesy of gruenemusicandwinefest.org
Take the short trip across the street to Dry Comal Creek on Saturday morning, October 11th for an educational and fun class on wine and cheese. The class includes information on production and history of cheese and principles for pairing wine and cheese to bring out the best in both. The class includes course material and wine tastings, and maybe a surprise or two. The cost is $30 per class per person or $25 if you register for all four classes. Seating is limited and pre-registration is required, so contact Dry Comal Creek today at (830) 885-4076.
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9601 Amberglen Blvd., Ste 150
Austin, TX 78729