New Year New Colors And Your Equestrian Property For The Month

Dated: January 1 2017

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Equestrian property  of the month
Great Horse Property. 5 Acres. Immaculate 2bd/2.5ba home with fireplace and 3-car garage with shop/storage area. Private entrance with electronic gate. 7-stall barn with feed storage and tack room. Lighted riding arena. 2000 sf metal storage building with covered side parking for equipment, trailers. Located inside the Windermere Oaks subdivision gates, not part of HOA. Adjoining 17 acres with home and manicured pastures available. Minutes to Bee Cave Galleria, Lakeway, and Marble Falls.


923 exeter road, Spicewood, Texas 
78669

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New Color Trends for your home in 2017


 For this new year colors will be less neutral. Blues, greens and yellows will take the stage in walls, furniture, molding. Grays will be darker and metallic and will be combined with warmer hues. 
Liz Woodall/Team Price
505-629-3503
liz@teamprice.com
       
www.liz.buyinginaustin.com   


Team Price, 7320 North MOPAC, Suite 305, Austin, TX 78731

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