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Old 12-23-2018, 10:55 PM
 
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Any opinions on what is the better community to raise a family?
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Old 12-26-2018, 09:29 AM
 
Location: Texas Hill Country
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Well with Parkside you are going to have a Domain type area at the end of the street and all that traffic and fun. At the Oaks you would be futher out and don't underestimate driving on 29. I drive it everyday from Leander to GT and over the past 6 months it has become very scary to drive with the speeds around 65/70mph all the construction trucks,the "showing off the town"realtors who go slow at the same time, i live off 183 and have found if you dont have a stoplight to turn onto the road its really scary..same for 29..i bring this graffic up as i have new drivers in the family
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Old Today, 05:24 PM
 
Location: Austin & Houston, TX
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I have clients who have chosen both communities. Client 1 choose Oaks at San Gabriel for the builder and floor plan that met their needs, close proximity to 29 and most of all trails and parks for the kids. Client 2 choose Parkside, due to the elementary school within the community and the fact the builder they choose to build with had 70 ft lots to build on. Have you looked at other communities in the area?
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