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Reasons to move to Austin

Posted by Vintage Oaks

With all of the recent news touting Austin's economic prowess, great real estate values, and overall desirability, it would be nice to see all the reasons to move to Austin in one place.

After all, there has been so much attention focused on reasons to move to this thriving city—reasons SouthStar Communities knows well. This leading developer of masterplanned acreage communities recently moved its own corporate headquarters to Austin to be in the thick of this thriving city and closer to its flagship community in New Braunfels, Vintage Oaks.

Thankfully, someone has put all the info in one place, and it's worth a look. Check out this great infographic from the Austin Business Journal that outlines all the reasons we already knew about to move to the Texas capital.

Infographic from Austin Business Journal, designed by Complete Web Resources
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 include:

  • Silver Oaks, with one- to two-and-one-half-acre view properties within walking distance to many of Vintage Oaks’ amenities, including the Clubhouse, swimming pools, athletic fields and walking trails;
  • Champagne Hills, Vintage Oaks’ first gated community in more than two years, offering a private location and some of the most spectacular Hill Country views
  • Vineyard Ranch, which will offer larger estate lots ranging from five to 14 acres
  • The Reserve, which will offer land buyers a unique opportunity to purchase a one-acre homesite featuring a range of home designs for quick move-ins

For more information on Vintage Oaks, visit Vintage Oaks.

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