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21 new homesites are about to be released at Vintage Oaks

Posted by Vintage Oaks

Topics: master-planned communities

It’s a familiar tale that’s been told over and over at Vintage Oaks during the past few years, with incredible sales and traffic pouring in to the Texas Hill Country’s fastest-growing community. And it’s paying off for Texas land buyers who have been waiting for the perfect opportunity to buy at Vintage Oaks. 21 new homesites are about to be released at Vintage Oaks, a new offering designed to meet consistent buyer demand.

1+ acre lotsThese 21 lots are located in the Silver Oaks neighborhood at Vintage Oaks within walking distance to the community’s resort-style amenities including the Tuscan-style clubhouse, swimming pools, numerous sporting fields, and scenic trails. The 21 new homesites offer:

  • Some of the best views in all of Vintage Oaks
  • Valley vistas
  • Heavily wooded homesites
  • Easy build sites
  • Cul-de-sac locations

Silver Oaks 21 New Lots

Spring is historically the busiest time of the year for both home and land sales, and while sales at Vintage Oaks have been consistently strong all-year-long, the community is expecting to sell through these desirable new lots quickly. We will be able to take contracts on the morning of May 10th.

Anyone who is interested in buying a stunning, scenic homesite featuring the best of the Texas Hill Country is encouraged to move fast. You can call (800) 671-1963 or visit Vintage Oaks to set up a tour. Before you tour, take a closer look at the 21 new lots here: Choose your new homesite on the Interactive Map

Interactive Map

Vintage Oaks had a reported 40 percent increase in new-home starts year over year in 2013 and is on pace to exceed that sales pace in 2014. Vintage Oaks sold nearly 150 homesites in 2013 and commenced construction on 61 new homes.

For more information on Vintage Oaks, visit Vintage Oaks or call today to speak with a representative.






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