October 2017

Found 13 blog entries for October 2017.

317 Sam HoustonWelcome to your new home in The Colony! This home offers three bedrooms and two full bathrooms plus 2,355 square feet of living space on a 0.60 acre lot.

Appraoching the home, the beautiful stone elevation is immediately noticeable with a private entry tucked away. The kitchen is well equipped with stainless steel appliances, a tile backsplash and granite countertops. The kitchen is open to the family room that features a stone fireplace and vaulted ceilings. The main areas of the home feature hardwood floors for low maintenance living.317 Sam Houston

An additional space at the front of the home is currently used as a playroom but would make a perfect dining room of study. There is a separate office space as well to keep work tucked away from the rest of the home

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Fall FlingVisit the Rosanky Community Center Saturday afternoon beginning at 4:00 for their annual Fall Fling. Lots of food and fun is planned for the event.

Beginning at 4:00, there will be a ribbon cutting for the new playground. The rest of the event will include a fried chicken dinner for $10.00 per plate as well as a raffle and auction that begin at 5:30.

Raffle prizes include $500 Cash plus assorted gift cards. The auction will include 4 tickets to the Red River Showdown and a 2-night cabin stay at LCRA South Shore Park.

Other activities throughout the event will be wagon rides and pumpkin patch decorating. This will definitely be a fun event to get you in the fall spirit.

When: Saturday, October 7, 4:00  

Where: Rosanky Community Center, 135

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Fall Landscaping TipsNow that fall has arrived, cooler days and nights will appear, trees begin to lose their leaves and the grass begins to die down, brown seems to be the color of much of the landscaping, which doesn’t appeal to a lot to buyers. However, there are some simple improvements you can make to your landscaping to capture the attention of those looking for a new  home.

Clean Up

As the beautiful flowers and plants of summer fade away, they often leave behind dead stems and leaves. Take the time to clean up all of this dead foliage to give your lawn new life. If the summer heat killed any of your perennials or shrubs, now is the time to dig them up. It’s better to have a bare spot than one with brown shrubbery.

Give New Life to Old Plants

Now is also the

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