The Texas Hill Country is an incredible place to be and see every day of the year. But there’s just something special about fall in the Texas Hill Country. October is also Texas Wine Month, when the 36 wineries of the Texas Wine Trail come together to celebrate. Vintage Oaks is getting in on the festivities too. Vintage Oaks is celebrating the fall with a special limited-time offer.
During the month of October, anyone who tours Vintage Oaks will receive two complimentary tickets to a Dry Comal Creek Vineyard wine tasting event. Wine tasting tickets can be used through November 3.
Dry Comal is one of the most unique Texas Wineries, specializing in its award-winning Black Spanish wine. And with a location directly across the road from Vintage Oaks on the Texas Wine Trail, it couldn’t be more convenient to enjoy your free wine tasting at Dry Comal and then tour Vintage Oaks to get an up-close look at the beautiful homesites just released in our two new neighborhoods:
Champagne Hills is Vintage Oaks’ first gated community in more than two years, offering some of the most spectacular Hill Country views and an air of privacy that is hard to find. 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.
Silver Oaks is a new neighborhood of spectacular 1- to 2.42-acre properties featuring some of the most breathtaking views of the Hill Country’s rolling terrain and majestic oak trees. Silver Oaks neighborhood is also within walking distance to many of Vintage Oaks’ amenities, including the Clubhouse, swimming pools, athletic fields and walking trails.
At Vintage Oaks, the combination of low rates, great market conditions, and an exceptional location have inspired a land rush. The community recorded its best quarter since 2008 in the first quarter of this year with 44 lot sales for more than $3.5 million!
For more information about how Vintage Oaks is celebrating the fall with a special limited-time offer, or for more information on Champagne Hills or Silver Oaks, visit Vintage Oaks.