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Anderson Mill, NW Austin, 3 bed, 2 bath, 2013 sq. ft single story on flat .223 Acre LOT with Garage

  View this email in your browser   Austin Silent Market's  Broker Associate George Vance McGee 512.657.9281 presents..... 535K NW Hills, Anderson Mill 3/2 Home with 2013 sq. ft & 2 car garage, Flat Large Lot Size of .223 Acre Currently off-market, non active MLS For Sale. Asking price of $535K for Sale, Single Level Floorplan, 2 car garage, Vaulted Ceilings in the Living Room, Fixer Upper as desired. Large Flat .223 acre Lot with sprawling fenced backyard. Calm, convenient, welcoming NW ATX, Anderson Mill neighborhood. Feeds to Westwood High School. Contact Broker Associate GVM  for showings, contract, offers @ 512.657.9281 click here for more photos, info, on 535K Anderson Mill, NW ATX Home for Sale Copyright © 2022 Austin Silent Market Real Estate Group, All rights reserved. Want to change how you receive these emails? You can  update your preferences  or  unsubscribe from this list .

Responding to Austin's Housing Emergency. Housing Options, Mayoral Candidate Kirk Watson thinks ATX should consider

RESPONDING TO AUSTIN'S HOUSING EMERGENCY Everyone knows it: Austin is in a state of emergency. The cost of housing in our community has spiraled out of control, threatening to fundamentally change the character of the city we love. For generations, people have come to Austin, and stayed in Austin, because we’ve enthusiastically embraced those who dance to a different beat. Artists, musicians, students, entrepreneurs and risk takers of every stripe – alongside many others simply seeking to be themselves, build a career and a raise a family – have found not only a spiritual home in Austin, but also an actual home, thanks to a wealth of affordable housing options and a low cost of living. But over the past ten years in particular, we’ve seen a dramatic shift that today threatens to rewrite our story. Perhaps predictably, the very qualities that drew so many people to Austin for so long – an ethos of acceptance, and an economy of abundance – are now jeopardized by the incredible growth

Catching up with George Vance McGee, a Q&A Interview. Real Estate Broker 512.657.9281 Austin Silent Market

 "So, now that you've officially turned 40 years old in age, how do you feel, how is your health?"  Well, I still feel like a late thirty-something, and overall pretty good. Luckily, I live in the Travis Heights, SoCo area and get to bicycle around much of Austin Texas for recreation, exercise, work and fun. I try to pedal bike the entire 10 mile hike and bike trail loop range from East Austin's Longhorn Dam near pleasant valley road to Deep Eddy bridge and back home at least 2-3x a week.   In so far as protecting and saving my skin in this summer raging Texas heat, I've gotten much smarter and reliable in regards to actually either wearing a hat or rubbing sun lotion with SPF strongly into the pores of my fair complexion face.  When its comes to attempting weekend nights out, my fun imbibing shelf life is much more limited. Where-as previously 4 hours would have been easy, after a good solid 2, 2.5 hours of fun, I'm content and ready to rest. "I hear you