LaLa’s Little Nugget, Miracle on 5th & OG Beanie Hats
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Allandale is know for quiet streets lined with mature trees and updated homes from the mid-20th century. We’re excited about this Craftsman bungalow that will be coming to the market soon! 2 beds, 1 bath 1105 sq ft on a .27 acre lot.
Offered at: TBD
ON THE MARKET
3 beds | 1 bath | 1014 sq ft in Crestivew. Fantastic remodel in the popular Crestview neighborhood. Walk to schools, parks and local shops and restaurants. Wood flooring, remodeled kitchen, large covered patio and huge stuio space.
Offered at $495,000
UNDER CONTRACT | 915 E. 51st St.
Quintessential craftsman. This 4 bed, 2 bath gem has been meticulously updated-original hardwood floors, delightful architectural details including arched doorways & built-ins, shiny brass hardware, modern kitchen with stainless appliances & gas range! Thoughtful upgrades everywhere.
Offered at $500,000
Right out of Magnolia Journal- this stylish modern farmhouse brings a beautiful balance of past and present. Fall in love with the gorgeous old-growth trees that frame the white Hardi-plank exterior. Quartz counter tops in a leathered finish, 5-burner gas range, floating shelves & incredible hardware/fixtures!
Offered at $599,000
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It’s the holidays and we love giving gifts – the first 20 people to give us a review get their choice of an Oldham Group beanie hat or t-shirt!
AUSTIN’S HOLIDAY FUN
@ 307 W. 5TH STREET
The team behind The Roosevelt Room & The Eleanor & Cocktail Kingdom are excited to bring the annual holiday pop-up bar, Miracle on 5th Street, back to Austin for the second year!
Conceived in 2014 by Cocktail Kingdom founder, Miracle, has quickly become a holiday phenomenon and expanded to 55 locations worldwide!
@ 2207 Justin Lane ATX 78757
Founded in 1972, Lala’s Little Nugget has long been one of the most endearing bars of Austin, Texas for decades. With the halls decked with boughs of holly year round, Santa and his reindeer perched on the roof and generations of Christmas memorabilia, Lala’s is a North Pole oasis in Central Texas.
@ 1600 W 5th Street ATX 78703
Donn’s basically feels like Christmas all year round; this year, however, they have really outdone themselves. You’ll find tons of tinsel, lights, and specialty music events all month long, like a bazaar with Santa Claus on December 8th, a dance party on the 22nd, and more. Keep an eye on the special events page on the Donn’s Facebook for the full Christmas menu.
@ 3825 Lake Austin Blvd ATX 78703
The Mozart’s Joyous Light Show is back for the 10th year in a row! Come celebrate the season with us. Magical lights, delicious hot chocolate, tasty treats, and a wonderful time for the whole family. Open every day except Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Open Christmas Eve until 10pm. We can’t wait to see you!
@ Zilker Park
Saturday, December 7th 6pm to 10pm Jingle, jog & jive your way through the iconic Austin Trail of Lights in your best holiday costume, then stick around for the ultimate after party celebration – the Finish Line Festival – located in the heart of Zilker Park.
@ The Long Center
Start your holiday celebrations with a scrumptious trip to the Court of Sweets and Ballet Austin’s spectacular annual production of The Nutcracker! From its vibrant sets and costumes to the impressive cast of more than 200 dancers, this colorful winter classic brings families and friends together every year to enjoy the world’s best-known ballet.
Austin’s October home sales hit 14.5 percent growth over last year, a surprising climb considering inventory is at an all-time low. The number of listings – i.e., the new houses coming onto the market – decreased by 5 percent to 840, while the number of homes sold increased 8.4 percent to 745 pending sales. Using the basic tenets of supply and demand, this results in, you guessed it, higher home prices.
October’s median home price rose 8.9 percent to $405,000 – the highest median price for any October on record, ABOR notes in its report. View article at Austin Culturemap.