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Historic Robertson Hill, Close-in Downtown East Austin Home For Sale with Garage

  HISTORIC plaque Property and Single Family Home. Year built per TCAD of 1914. 1,468 sq. ft of Living Space. 2 Full Bedroom Floorplan with Foyer, Large Kitchen, 3rd bedroom or Bonus Room, 2 full bathrooms, Side Yard, Alley Access to Rear 1 car garage 216 sq. ft., High Ceilings, appears visually to have Good Bones, maybe some basic updates needed. Superb, Super, Super CLOSE-in, almost DOWNTOWN, Austin Texas location. Perhaps a Downtown or East Austin Condo / Townhome Alternative BUY, Why?  Zero HOA dues or requirements, because it’s a freestanding individual Home and LOT. Asking per per owner of 1.25 Million. Contact your Buyer’s Broker, George Vance McGee 512.657.9281 Austin Silent Market

Per AP NEWS; Americans are now re-thinking the classic LAWN & Home YARD space

  America’s love affair with the lawn is getting messy By JULIA RUBIN May 6th, 2023 WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — LeighAnn Ferrara is transforming her small suburban yard from grass bordered by a few shrubs into an anti-lawn — a patchwork of flower beds, vegetables and fruit trees. It didn’t happen all at once, says the mother of two young kids. “We started smothering small sections of the lawn each year with cardboard and mulch and planting them, and by now the front yard is probably three-quarters planting beds,” she says. “Every year we do more.” Her perennials and native plants require less upkeep and water than turf grass does. And she doesn’t need herbicides or pesticides — she’s not aiming for emerald perfection. For generations, the lawn — that neat, green, weed-less carpet of grass — has dominated American yards. It still does. But a surge of gardeners, landscapers and homeowners worried about the environment now see it as an anachronism, even a threat. Like Ferrara, they’re chip

Dripping Springs TX, unimproved Lot with Hill Country Views, just $99K for Sale, Off Market Status

  Per owner/seller Hilltop lot with great view Deer Creek Ranch subdivision Close to Bee Cave and Dripping Springs Downtown Low tax rate Lake Travis Schools Septic Needed No mandatory HOA buildable lot Paved and maintained street in the subdivison Great Neighborhood with many newly built homes Choose your own builder Backyard has a panoramic view HOA is not mandatory, but if you would like to use lake, park, facilities, community requests that you pay an annual fee of around $120 Asking price of $99,000, Contact Your Buyer’s Broker on this unimproved Drippings, TX, LOT For Sale asking 99K.   George Vance McGee 512.657.9281 Broker Associate

Per Thrillist; Denton, TX is the New Austin, TX....

  TRAVEL ROAD TRIPS 9 Reasons to Drive to Denton, Texas From amazing live music to vibrant public art and craft beer for days, this underrated college town truly has it all. By Steven Lindsey Published on 5/3/2022 at 4:42 PM You heard it here first: Denton is the new Austin . Perched 40 miles north of Dallas-Fort Worth and forming the tip of the Golden Triangle, the once-sleepy college town has blossomed into a verifiable destination city that masterfully merges small-town charm with a weirdness that many lifelong Austinites would probably give their firstborn to have back. In addition to the creativity and energy spilling out of the campuses of two major universities —the University of North Texas and Texas Woman’s University —Denton features dozens of live venues where you can catch chart-topping rock bands, indie singer-songwriters, and performers of all genres every night of the week. It was the third city in the state to receive the Texas Music Office’s Music Friendly Communi