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SOLD 2402 Sweet Clover Dr, Austin TX 78745

2402 Sweet Clover Dr, Austin TX 78745


Grand Oaks




Drone 1This beautiful, spacious two story home in the Grand Oaks Community has recent exterior paint, lush landscaping and towering trees. All three bedrooms are upstairs with a bonus loft living space. Plus there are three living spaces to escape to, one is the upstairs loft and two are downstairs. The dining room is next to the kitchen and the kitchen opens to the family room. Right off of the family room step out onto the relaxing covered back patio where you can enjoy some coffee or entertain friends. The trees in the back yard add ample shade for those hot Austin Summers. And yard maintenance is a breeze with a front yard, back yard and side sprinkler system. There is also quite a bit of storage in this home. Under the stairs is an extended closet, great for storing holiday decorations or items that just need to be tucked away. And the master bedroom has a nice size walk in closet. This house will make a great home!

The lovely Grand Oaks community consists of 320 homes nestled at the corner of Manchaca Road and Davis Lane. Easily accessible to Mopac from Davis Lane. Manchaca connects to William Cannon and Slaughter Lane where there are many shops and restaurants.

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Full Baths
  • 1 Half Bath
  • 3 Living Spaces
  • 2 Car Garage
  • 2163 Sqft Per Tax Record
  • Covered Patio
  • Covered Porch
  • Sprinkler System
  • Loft
  • High Ceilings
  • Storage

SOLD 100 Karen Hill Place, Manchaca TX 78652

100 Karen Hill Place, Manchaca TX 78652


Ashbrook Neighborhood




Front 1Adorable one story home on a corner lot in Ashbrook Subdivision. This charming Centex home has an open floor plan with two living spaces connected by a centralized kitchen with a center island. The kitchen opens to the dining and family room, great for entertaining guests or staying connected with family while making a meal. Enter into the formal living room which could also work as an office area or a great place to snuggle up and read a book. Enjoy the backyard sitting under the covered patio.

Location is important and Ashbrook is just minutes from South Park Meadows with many shops, entertainment and restaurants. Plus easy access to IH 35 or Mopac from Slaughter or 1626. Make this house your home!

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Full Bathrooms
  • 1 Story
  • 2 Car Garage
  • 1342 Sqft Per Tax Record
  • Built in 2008
  • Covered Back Patio
  • Corner Lot
  • 2 Living Spaces

SOLD 1510 W North Loop Blvd #413, Austin, TX 78756

1510 W North Loop Blvd #413, Austin, TX78756

The Paddock

2 bedrooms

2 bathrooms

Wood Floors

Recent carpet in the bedrooms

Hard tile floors in wet areas

2 covered patios/1 is screened in

First Floor

Sport Courts: Tennis/Basket Ball/ Volley Ball

Multiple Pools, including a lap pool

One of the larger 2/2’s in The Paddock equipped with washer and dryer connections, located off Burnet on North Loop this condo is in the ideal location.  Coffee shops, restaurants and shops are in walking and biking distance.  The shuttle is just two short blocks away.  The walkability score for this gem is 75 %.  Plus The Paddock is loaded with its multiple pools, dreamy waterfalls, sport courts and green space.  The complex is nestled in woods although it is in the middle of the city.  There is a wet weather creek that runs along the back of the property providing a nature walk on the way to the sport courts.  Don’t miss out on this hip condo!

SOLD 200 Calico Bush Lane, Round Rock, TX 78664

200 Calico Bush Lane, Round Rock Tx 78664

Morningside Meadows Subdivision


3 bedrooms

2 bathrooms

1733 sqft per tax record

.5769 acre lot per tax record

no carpet

tile and wood throughout house



SOLD 4300 Alexandria, Austin TX 78749

4300 Alexandria, Austin TX 78749

Maple Run Subdivision


3 bedrooms

2 bathrooms

1416 sqft per tax record

no carpet

laminate wood throughout house

covered back patio



SOLD 4268 Mather, Kyle TX 78640

4268 Mather, Kyle TX 78640

Plum Creek Subdividsion


4 bedrooms

2.5 bathrooms

1820 sqft per tax record

Laminate Wood Floors

Tile in Kitchen/Dining

Screened in back patio

Front Porch

Front Balcony

Ask Me About Lakeway Tx

Do you have questions regarding Lakeway Tx?

If you answered yes to the question above then I have some exciting information about a new site that has all the information you need about Lakeway.  I am a member of this website along with other real estate professionals.  Our goal is to bring you up to date information about Lakeway.  We even have the ability to answer your questions.  So don’t be afraid to reach out to us, we are here to help.  This site is a resource to learn more about Lakeway and see why it is such a great place to live.

What Lakeway has to offer

Lakeway is a great community and has a lot to offer its residents and visitors.  Lakes, golf courses, parks, restaurants and shopping are a part of this city creating an oasis you will never want to leave.  Enjoy the out doors?  There are several parks to explore with greenbelt trails and beach fronts.  There are at least 6 golf courses with in a 10 mile radius.  If you are looking for more information on Lakeway check out the site ad send us your questions!

Austin Trail of Lights

In case you were not aware the Trail of Lights at Zilker Park has been canceled this year due to budget cuts.  The city had two options, have the trail of lights and charge a fee for admittance or not have a the trail at all.  The city chose the latter and decided to call off the trail all together.  As a child I can remember driving through the Trail of Lights in Zilker Park with my family.  I can remember the coldest time I went through the Trail of Lights with my husband and his family, drinking hot chocolate to keep warm.  I have had some of my best memories going to the Trail of Lights.  If you are from Austin like me you may have similar memories.  This is the first year that we are not able to see the Trail of Lights and continue the tradition.  I know times are tough and we need to make cuts and scale back but I believe we can keep this tradition alive with the help of the community.

How you can make a difference!

My brokerage, Sky Realty, has created a website specifically to keep this fantastic tradition going for all to enjoy.  If you are interested in helping or just spreading the word you can find more information on website or like it on Facebook.  Through personal, company and community donations we should be able to help the city relight the trail for the following year.  It is too late to save this year’s trail but starting now we can certainly make it happen in 2011.

Making a Living Wreath

How to make a living wreath!  I find myself lately not having time for creative activities, something I love to do, but I am making the time and this is my first Do-It-Yourself blog.  I saw this wreath in Real Simple magazine and decided I would recreate it as gifts for the holidays.  The great thing is you can use it all year round since it’s made with succulents.

Items you will need…

floral wire                 Spanish moss

wire wreath              succulents

The first thing you need is a wreath structure.  I found the metal frame wreath structure at Hobby Lobby, you’ll also need floral wire and Spanish moss for filler.  All the materials can be found at Hobby Lobby.  This project is a bit messy so if you are constructing the wreath inside you will want something down that you can just pick up and shake out.  First I pulled apart the moss and placed in the grooves of the wreath frame, you may need to push it in the frame to fit.  I didn’t use a lot of moss just enough to keep it even with the lip of the frame.  Then, I wrapped the frame with the floral wire by securing a piece of the wire to the frame and wrapping it around with about an inch in between each wire wrap.

Now the frame is ready for the plants.  You can find succulents at most garden nurseries, some of my favs are The Natural Gardener and The Great Outdoors.  You can use any succulents you like.  Succulents root very easily so you can actually break a piece off and stick it into the moss in the frame, you may need to secure the piece with more wire, just make sure they are secure and won’t fall out when you pick it up.  You can design your wreath however you like.  Important note and one to pass on to the recipient, make sure to either soak the wreath in water for about 10 minutes once to twice a week, you can also use a water bottle sprayer to wet the wreath.  When you are creating the wreath it might be good to wet it everyday until you give it as a gift, the moss will absorb the water also creating a moist environment for the succulents to root.

Yay, your hard work has paid off and now you have beautiful gift or something to bring beauty to your own home.  Enjoy!

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