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Old 07-24-2007, 07:01 PM
 
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We will probably be moving to this area in the next year. My husband will be working in Wimberley and I will be working in Austin. We were thinking of trying to live halfway between, in maybe Kyle or Buda. Any suggestions or ideas of where to look or any other suggestions as to where to live? We want to buy, but will probably only be able to afford, at least at first, a moderately-priced home and have a 3-year old son, so schools, etc. are very important. I am grateful for any imput anyone has to offer, as neither of us are very familiar with the area. Thanks!
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Old 07-24-2007, 08:18 PM
McJ
 
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Dripping Springs or any of the SW Austin subdivisions would be good compromise:

Belterra, Highpointe, Rim Rock, Polo Club, Sawyer Ranch

a little farther for him but not too bad: the Oak Hill area, and Circle C
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Old 07-24-2007, 08:45 PM
 
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Belterra is pretty! They have a nice pool and club house (with exercise equipment). The lots are decent sizes also. We would have had a home built there except that we found a built home in Circle C that we love (and can't wait to move into!).
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