Vintage Oaks Tops Q3 Housing Starts in San Antonio Market for Second Year in a Row
(November 6, 2014—NEW BRAUNFELS, TX) Austin-based SouthStar Communities announced today that Vintage Oaks, one of its signature Hill Country communities, once again led the San Antonio market for new housing starts in the $300s. According to MetroStudy, a national housing market research firm, Vintage Oaks reported 22 new home starts in Q3 and 75 home starts year to date, already 20 percent ahead of its record-setting 2013 numbers. The development also ranked number one in Comal County for home starts in the $300s and reported 155 new homesite sales year to date.
“Hill Country real estate is enjoying explosive growth and Vintage Oaks leads the way,” said Thad Rutherford, Chief Operating Officer of SouthStar Communities. “We continue to see lots of empty nesters, young families and veterans choosing the New Braunfels area and Vintage Oaks showcases the best of the Hill Country with all of the luxury amenities land and homebuyers want.”
Vintage Oaks reported 61 new home starts in 2013 and sold just under 150 homesites. Metrostudy also reported Vintage Oaks as the fastest growing community in the Hill Country in 2013.
The 3,300 acre master-planned community consists of towering heritage oak trees and panoramic views. Vintage Oaks features one to 14-acre homesites as well as The Reserve, a home/lot neighborhood that was opened this year to accommodate the increase of purchasers seeking move-in ready homes.
Vintage Oaks is a residential community located on Highway 46 in New Braunfels, along the Texas Wine Trail. It features both gated and non-gated neighborhoods with resort-style amenities including an expansive clubhouse, an Olympic-size swimming pool, a lazy river and tots pool and playground. The community also features neighborhood parks, athletic fields, tennis courts and miles of nature trails to enjoy the spectacular natural landscape. Vintage Oaks is within easy commuting distance to San Antonio and Austin, yet is serenely tucked into the Hill Country.
For more information on homes and homesites at Vintage Oaks, visit www.vintageoakstexas.com.