“Anything that looks like the work of a detail-obsessed artisan will be right at home in 2019,” predicts Realtor.com. With its nature-inspired design details, Chesmar’s Ryder model home in Sweetwater is right on trend.
Two recent studies rank Austin as one of the least stressed and most active cities in Texas and the U.S. Another study confirms the health benefits of living amid green space. That’s great news for residents of Sweetwater, who enjoy 750 acres of parks, trails and natural open space.
Several leading paint companies have announced their 2019 Colors of the Year, signaling trends we can expect to see in everything from walls to accessories. Several of the colors capture the natural Hill Country beauty surrounding Sweetwater.
One of the most exciting parts about building a new home is getting to choose all the features you’ve always wanted. With a little advance planning, you can enjoy your new home for many years to come by making it ready to age in place.
A new Outdoor Learning Center is creating hands-on learning opportunities for students in all grade levels at West Cypress Hills Elementary, one of the highly regarded Lake Travis ISD schools serving Sweetwater.
From lakes and swimming holes, to parks and wineries, Sweetwater is close to many Austin and Hill Country attractions. Lakeway is one of the most popular destinations, and here’s our list of the Top 10 things to do in this scenic Lake Travis town.