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940 Old 1460 Trail, Georgetown, TX 78626

Looking for a beautiful home in Georgetown? Call  (512)580-4720 to schedule a showing. 


Must see, rare find in city limits with a country feel!! No HOA. Immaculately maintained home sits on half an acre on a cul-de-sac road. Easy access to major roads, shops and schools. Exterior features include extra parking, double gates, fire pit, workshop, lush landscaping, sprinkler system, 5 pecan trees and 1 pear tree. New filtration/water softener system and roof in 2018. Open concept inside, custom painted cabinets, custom tile work, plantation shutters, fresh paint and a large sun room.

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116 Cibolo Ridge Dr, Georgetown, TX 78628

Looking for a beautiful home in Georgetown? Call  512-590-1833 to schedule a showing. 


Gorgeous home with wood floors, Kitchen granite with giant center island, designer finishes, lots of windows for natural light. Large family room with open concept floor plan. Master and in-law suite down with full baths. Upstairs there is a spacious game room and 2 other bedrooms with shared full bath. Enjoy hike trails that lead to the San Gabriel River. Tranquil back yard with extended patio. Just 4 miles to entertainment, restaurants, shopping. Easy access to Highway 35 & toll 183A. Welcome Home.

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    Sharing some info highlights for the following 3 schools:

     

    Gattis Elementary School

    No. of Students: 791

    Rating: 6

     

    Ridgeview Middle School:

    No. of Students: 1,374

    Rating: 9

     

    Cedar Ridge High School

    No. of Students: 2,718

    Rating: 6

     

    (School data provided by National Center for Education Statistics, Pitney Bowes and GreaterSchools)

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    With school start dates just around the corner, parents can use the following tips to help their children succeed at school.

    Be involved in school activities. This may be tricky for some busy parents, but the more involved a parent is, the more likely the child will succeed. If you cannot volunteer during class hours, then perhaps you can attend “parents’ night” activities or make food for a school event.

    Get to know your child’s teacher(s). Attempt to meet them personally at the beginning of the school year. Try to attend all parent-teacher conferences and maintain open lines of communication with your child’s teacher/principal. You want them to know they can contact you immediately if any problem with your child arises.

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