The combination of Vintage Oaks’ famed Texas Hill Country scenery and the musical talents of a renowned musician came together like never before on Wednesday as country music star Jack Ingram christened the community’s new Timber Ridge Park with an inspired outdoor concert.
Known for his hit songs including “Measure of a Man” and “Goodnight Moon,” Ingram played to an invitation-only crowd, bringing his signature style and Texas charm to the Hill Country’s fastest-growing community. More than 300 of the community’s residents spanning all ages packed the new park for this special event.
The lush surroundings of Timber Ridge Park, the newest amenity at Vintage Oaks, proved to be a great backdrop for Ingram’s set. Even the weather cooperated, holding back the rain while he sang and then held a meet and greet with homeowners and landowners in attendance. Guests enjoyed the music from new swings that hang from the majestic oak trees in the park—one that’s 300 years old! They were also treated to wine and sangria from Dry Comal Creek, which is located directly across the street from the community, and tasty fare from three food trucks: Paciugo Gelato, Mr. Meximum and Bayou Bills Cajun Kitchen.
About Vintage Oaks
Outdoor concerts by famous musicians are just one of the many advantages of living at Vintage Oaks. Special events that connect and cater to residents take place throughout the year, while the community amenities provide endless opportunities for active, social lives among friendly neighbors.
Vintage Oaks’ prime location between Austin and San Antonio and variety of land and home offerings make it an easy decision for Hill Country buyers. Homesites ranging from 1 to 14 acres in gated and non-gated neighborhoods, as well as semi-custom homes from leading national homebuilders, are offered.
The community’s sales led the San Antonio market for new housing starts in the $300s in 2014, according to MetroStudy, a national housing market research firm, besting their record-setting 2013 numbers. MetroStudy has also reported Vintage Oaks as the fastest growing community in the Hill Country for two years running.