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Is River Place For You? - 02/23/09 09:51 PM
Is the river place neighborhood in austin texas right for you? River place, tx, has a bit of a deceiving name, as it is not technically surrounded by river. It is, however, surrounded by water, lakes to be exact. The small community sits amid some of austin's most beautiful lakes, making it a blossoming garden in the northwest corner of the city. History river place's past is minimal, as the community has only seen development since the 1990s. But that doesn't mean the subdivision is lacking in history. River place's history is austin's. Austin is a metropolis that has seen (0 comments)
Lake Living at Steiner Ranch in Austin, Texas - 02/23/09 09:48 PM
Lake Living at Steiner Ranch in Austin, Texas Steiner Ranch is a beautiful community on the outskirts of Austin, situated on the shores of Lake Austin and Lake Travis. This community has much to offer its residents, with a taste of nature in their back yard, while living a 15-minute drive from the city. Spanning over 46,000 acres, this community has the best in natural features, wonderful amenities, and access to the best in shopping and dining. Those who are looking for easy access to Austin, but an escape from the chaos of city life will feel relaxed and at home (1 comments)
Old Austin, Westfield May Be For You - 02/23/09 09:38 PM
Old Austin, Westfield May Be For You History Westfield borders Tarrytown; as such, the two share a history that is storied, diverse and ongoing. The area, then Enfield, was originally a part of the Pease Estate. The estate's mansion, home to Governor Elisha Pease, was designed to be a tribute to the Greek revival movement and was built by Abner Cook in 1853. In 1910, Enfield was subdivided making way for the smaller communities that exist in the area today. However, history persisted. You can still find numerous historic homes and tributes to its founders. When you are in Westfield, you (0 comments)
A look at Westlake Highlands in Austin, TX - 02/23/09 09:35 PM
A look at Westlake Highlands in Austin, TX When you think of the highlands, you picture Scotland awash in green, rolling hills, picturesque views and residents bursting with life and possibility. The climate, weather-wise, is a little different in Westlake Highlands, Texas, (more southern United States than northern United Kingdom) but the hills, the green and the people are not. The area is situated among winding roads that lead the resident to scenic hills and beautiful views. It is the place to be for nature lovers. History Westlake is surrounded by history. Just moments away is the Austin Country Club, established (0 comments)
The Allandale Neighborhood in Austin Texas - 02/23/09 06:58 PM
The Allandale Neighborhood in Austin Texas Allandale is one of the most relaxing and comfortable communities within the city limits of Austin. The residents take pride in their community, with a very active neighborhood association that strives for community improvement and provides ample opportunities for activities and involvement. Allandale provides for its homeowners and their families a suburban feel within a thriving urban area. History The Allandale community has roots that extend back to the 1930's, but at that time it was considered a suburb and outside the city limits. The area that is now known as Allandale was at one (0 comments)
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