3rd Jan, 2011

Winter Texans Pleasure in Fredericksburg TX Homes

Snowbirds perching in Fredericksburg homes for the winter gain pleasure from their real estate in beautiful Texas Hill Country.  There’s much to email home about and great activities to lure family and friends to visit them at their quaint cottages, Texas ranches, and Texas estate homes set in the charming historic Fredericksburg real estate or along the nearby wine trail.

Fredericksburg Texas real estate makes up the heartbeat of a cluster of 55 communities located west of Austin and north of San Antonio.  About 10,000 residents call Fredericksburg home.  The pedestrian friendly downtown is plump full of German heritage with detailed architecture and inviting details.  Wonderful restaurants and shops, live theater, wineries and galleries, antique shops and museums line the main corridors—also the place to be for some of the most successful festivals in the Lone Star State.

Hundred-year-old buildings, former general stores and Sunday Houses, today attract tourists to the atmosphere of days gone by.  Hundreds of historic homes house today’s bed & breakfasts or resorts—each with its own personality.

Winter Texans easily socialize in the friendly small town that offers much to do.  Some days are laid back with a good book under a towering oak or cedar just breathing in the beauty.  From Rotary Club to knitting circles and bridge games, half-time residents come to integrate with friends, year after year.  Friends or visitors get together for daytrips to the many favorite attractions and natural destinations as well as the change of scenery in the thriving small communities nearby:  Bandera, Boerne, Blanco and New Braunfels to Wimberley, Burnet, and Llano to Leakey and Rio Frio and beyond

Recreation abounds for those who want it.  Lady Bird Johnson Golf Course is right down the road, along with many other public and private golf clubs.  The Guadalupe and Pedernales rivers offer rafting and tubing experiences.  A slew of hunting ranches with white-tailed deer are located within 30 minutes of the community.  Of course, hiking and biking are favorite pastimes.  The sun shines on many a good barbeque.

They enjoy horseracing at the Gillespie County Fair Grounds and picking Medina apples and local peaches to bake a blue-ribbon pie for the Fair.  Visitors love the relaxing olden-day atmosphere in Gillespie County.

So come look around for a place away from it all, close to the heart of Hill Country.  For more information on Fredericksburg TX and Hill Country homes, please contact Dale E. Cook, MBA and owner of SAGE- Premium Texas Real Estate at (830) 992-0056 or go to the website at www.texashomesandinvestmentproperty.com.

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