Paula's San Antonio Real Estate Blog

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Real Estate Agent - Keller Williams Heritage - Luxury Homes Division
Up to the minute information on the San Antonio Housing Market - particulary North Central Residential areas. Areas include Inwood, Deerfield, Rogers Ranch, Vineyards, Shavano Park, Churchill Estates, and Stone Oak.
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Happy New Year! It is time for me to get back to work after a few days off for the Holiday.  I have two great new listings in the Inwood Subdivision.  www.19InwoodAutumn  This is a 4/3.5.3 with 3808 Square feet - for 479K   www.8InwoodAutumn  This is a SIX bedroom/ 3.5 baths/ 3 car garage. It has...
01/04/2012
San Antonio is known for so many things – the Alamo, the Riverwalk, the Spurs – but do you know how many famous people were born, grew up, and/or currently reside in town? Take a look below; you're likely to be surprised by at least a few of the world-famous names you'll find! Our list f...
11/04/2011
 There are few things more relaxing and enjoyable than taking a leisurely drive through and around San Antonio during the autumn. The variety of wildflowers to be seen is simply stunning; there are over 5,000 varieties of wildflowers found in the state of Texas! Although spring is peak season for...
10/28/2011
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Here are some decorating ideas from my friend Peggy Zettner at Interior Trade Cartel:Soaring temperatures and a record drought are hopefully behind us as we await the cool, crisp air of autumn. Think ‘family dinners, holiday parties and entertaining friends and neighbors’! This is the season when...
10/06/2011
 It may come as a real surprise to many to find that San Antonio has an incredibly strong German heritage. Of course you wouldn't give much thought to its name when you're enjoying a day at Schlitterbahn Water Park. But the fact is that from their first immigration to Texas in the 1830s, ...
08/03/2011
The Majestic has long held a special place in the archives of Texas theatrical and architectural history. Located at 224 E. Houston Street in the heart of downtown San Antonio, the Majestic was designed and built in 1929. It was intended to be the most modern and ornate building in South Texas - ...
07/24/2011
 For more than 40 years, the 750-foot-tall Tower of the Americas has offered residents and visitors of San Antonio the most breathtaking view of the Alamo City – visitors dine at the Tower’s revolving restaurant or enjoy the scenery from the observation deck. Designed by San Antonio architect O&#...
07/06/2011
 If you're contemplating a move to the Southwest, and you love good food, San Antonio is the place for you! The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) at San Antonio is set among restored 19th century buildings which were once part of the Pearl Brewery. The CIA San Antonio campus is as diverse a...
06/29/2011
Long before Brooks and Dunn immortalized the term (and reignited the line dancing movement nationwide!) with their hit song, Boot Scootin' Boogie,San Antonio home owners knew just how much fun “boot scootin'” could be. Prior to its use in the song, “boot scootin'” was a commonly-used ...
06/22/2011
It's true that everything IS bigger in Texas, and that includes a crop much-loved by San Antonio home owners: Texas pecans. Over the years, more than 1,000 pecan seedlings have been named and grafted as varieties; there are currently 18 identified varieties which thrive in different parts of ...
05/26/2011
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