10th Aug, 2012

Relaxing, Vibrant Summer Fun around Texas Homes in Fredericksburg

Think of purchasing a Fredericksburg Texas home in the vivacious Texas Hill Country community. Besides wonderful recreational activities, the fun people around Fredericksburg TX real estate exude an unmistakable Southern hospitality and character. The vibrant Fredericksburg community is growing, with 11,111 residents calling Fredericksburg home in 2011.

Visitors from around Texas and the world are right at home in Fredericksburg for dinner, theater, festivals, and at museums, vineyards, and shops – and for a relaxing weekend in one of hundreds of historic bed and breakfast establishments. (To invest in a Fredericksburg Texas B & B for sale, see our Featured Listings.)

Going into the second week of August 2012, a trip to Gillespie Countyand Fredericksburg to see Hill Country real estate offers many things to do. In Fredericksburg, Hondo’s on Main and Crossroads Saloon and Steakhouse dish up Texas cuisine to the tunes of Freeride and Houston Marchman. Pat’s Hall in historic Downtown Fredericksburg features dancing under a 350-year-old Live Oak. The Texas Wine Trail through Fredericksburg includes two-dozen vineyards and wineries.

Then there are the Pickers Circle events in Luckenbach, a favorite music scene down the road. Near Luckenbach, 10 miles east of Fredericksburg on US Highway 290, the Torre di Pietra Winery and Vineyards feature live Americana and Texas Music.

This weekend, August 11-12 at the Gillespie County Fairgrounds, is a great time to take in quarter horse and thoroughbred horse racing.The Gillespie County Fair will be held at the fairgrounds August 24-26, 2012 with a Carnival and Midway,lots of music, horse races, and great exhibits and contests.

Frederickburg TX  real estateOn another note, the 70th Anniversary Commemoration at the Admiral Nimitz Museum will be held August 17 from 2:00-4:00 PM. The event with Dr. Craig Symonds commemorates The Battle of Midway. Pioneer Museum hosts the Roots Music Series with dancing under the trees.

Anyone coming to experience Texas Hill Country will appreciate the many wonderful art galleries and antique shops in the area. During First Friday Art Walk, downtown galleries welcome visitors to meet the artists.

Hill Country is a wonderful place to explore on horseback or bicycle or to savor from the 9th hole at the Boot Ranch Golf Course. Come discover the vibrancy and friendliness of our small city this summer.

To find out about Texas Hill Country real estate for sale, please call Dale E. Cook, MBA and owner of SAGE – Premium Texas Real Estate in Fredericksburg at (830) 992-0056.

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