Gentleman Ranch with Incredible views, 10.85 Acres, AG exempt, private, 50×60 multi purpose barn/workshop, 1 stall horse barn w/elect, 500 gallon fuel tank, crossed fenced, large pond w/fishing pier, House has emormous kitchen w/ granite counters, wood floors, 2 large master closets, walk in custom shower, huge game room up w/ french door entry to 2nd story balcony, 1 bed room up, gorgeous back stained patio with Texas Star.
Fantastic floor plan,outstanding landscaping,inviting front covered porch,tile entry,storm door,huge kitchen, gorgeous cabinetry,lots of cabinets & counter space,kitchen island,kitchen open to living and dining,spacious living room,office w/ french door entry,2nd living room/game room up,enormous master bedroom & closet, double vanity, separate tub & shower, all bedrooms are good size, covered back porch
4 Bedroom / 3 Bathroom
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No neighbors behind house,backs to retention pond,great views, in cul-de-sac,enormous back/side yard, kitchen open to living,breakfast bar,breakfast area and formal dining,2 living areas,fireplace with stone surround, spacious master bedroom down,double vanity, huge game room/media room,3 large bedrooms up, covered front and back porch,extended deck, brand new 30 yr 3 tab roof w/ warranty new exterior paint, new carpet up, wood laminate flooring down,extra storage under stairs,broken window being replaced
Summer Bucket List: 100 Things to Do in Summer
Looking for some fun activities for the kids this summer? I don’t know about you, but we are always looking for something fun for the kids to do in the summer. I try to keep the kids off of the electronics and outside as much as possible. Sometimes that can be hard. So it’s fun to come up with a list of activities the kids can do to keep them from feeling “bored.” Here are some fun ideas for your Summer Bucket List…100 Things to Do in Summer!
I have made it so that you can print this list and add it to your refrigerator or somewhere the kids can see it and be inspired by lots of different ways to enjoy their summer days. Sometimes all kids need is a little bit of inspiration to get some fun ideas of what to do with their summer days!
If you already have your own list of ideas, you can print out the blank Summer Bucket List and write in all your Summer Bucket list items…or use a combination of the two!! Once you start coming up with ideas, you will be amazed at all the creative ways there is to have a fun filled summer…most of them really easy and FREE!!
You can even rewards punch card for items completed on the list!
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Did you know… National Donut Day takes place on the first Friday of June each year and commemorates The Salvation Army volunteers who provided doughnuts to soldiers on the front lines on WWI.
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RE/MAX Vision is proud to be a sponsor of the 2015-2016 Hutto High School Cheerleaders and we were so happy to have them take a picture in front of our office with our RE/MAX balloon! Look for it in May in the Hutto High School Cheerleader Calendar.
7 steps to allergy relief with spring cleaning
(BPT) – Longing for allergy relief? To stop the endless cycle of sniffles, sneezes and wheezes, it’s time to ready your vacuum and rubber gloves. Spring cleaning helps eliminate allergens so you can relax, breathe easy and enjoy the season.
“People who suffer from allergies may not realize there’s a direct connection between cleaning your home and reducing allergy symptoms,” says allergist Bryan Martin, DO, president of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI.) “The more you can rid your home of dust mites, mold, cockroaches and pet dander, the easier you’ll breathe.”
Step 1: To sleep, perchance to dream – and breathe.
Start in the bedroom where you spend eight to 10 hours a day. Dust mites can flourish during cold, dreary months, so wash your sheets and comforter regularly. Most mites die by drowning, but if you want to use hot water (which will kill slightly more mites) don’t use water that’s over 120 F because it can scald.
Remember to also wash decorative pillows. Finish by adding allergy-proof casings to the mattress, box spring and pillows. Keep pets out of the bedroom as their dander can cause symptoms to flare.
Step 2: Gaze out, but don’t open.
Window treatments are a magnet for dust and allergens. Pull them down and dry clean, or vacuum each thoroughly. Don’t forget to vacuum blinds and windowsills as well. Tempted to open the windows to let the spring breeze in? Don’t. Unwanted pollen can enter your home and spread everywhere.
Step 3: When the dust settles, wipe it off.
Suit up to win the war on dust by wearing protective gloves and a face mask so you don’t breathe in microscopic mold spores. Next, ditch cotton cloths and feather dusters that kick up allergens, and instead use microfiber cleaning cloths which trap and remove triggers. Wipe down all surfaces including picture frames, knickknacks, plant saucers and ceiling fans.
Step 4: Nature abhors a vacuum. You shouldn’t.
Move all furniture, and vacuum the dust and dander that collects underneath. Use a cyclonic vacuum, which spins dust and dirt away from the floor, or a vacuum with a HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filter. Additionally, clean vents and return registers to limit dust recirculating. Consider shampooing carpets to remove deeply embedded allergens.
Step 5: Scrub-a-dub the mold.
In bathrooms, basements and tiled spaces, scrub any visible mold and mildew from surfaces with bleach, or borax mixed with water, then dry completely. The key to reducing mold is moisture control, so use bathroom fans and clean any standing water immediately. You can also help ward off mold by keeping home humidity below 50 percent.
Step 6: Change is good – for filters.
Keep the air that circulates through your home’s ventilation system clean by using filters with a MERV rating of 11 or 12. Change the filter at the change of every season, or every three months. (Set a calendar reminder to remember). Additionally, change filters in HEPA appliances. This helps eliminate allergens, and prohibits mold growth.
Step 7: Get out! And about.
Check your home’s exterior for any concerns that may have emerged due to cold weather. Chipped paint, roof damage or cracked siding can lead to mold problems. Make repairs as necessary.
These seven spring cleaning steps may take a few weekends to complete, but they’ll help reduce allergens all season long.