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Texas History

Adorable 1895 Home in Old Town Georgetown, Texas

By Bethany Erickson | September 22, 2019 | Comments Off on Adorable 1895 Home in Old Town Georgetown, Texas

If you’ve driven to Austin or San Antonio even once, chances are you’ve at least passed the road signs mentioning Georgetown. Some day, you really should stop and visit the idyllic town with a beautiful town square and plenty of unique shopping, dining, and other attractions. The town also boasts plenty of other things to […]

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Unique Piece of Texas History Up for Grabs Near Texas Border

By Bethany Erickson | March 31, 2018 | Comments Off on Unique Piece of Texas History Up for Grabs Near Texas Border

Back in the day — 1852, to be exact — Fort Clark (now Fort Clark Springs) was a bustling headquarters for the C and E companies of the U.S. First Infantry Regiment under the command of Major Joseph H. LaMotte. Nestled in Kinney County, it was meant to guard the Mexican border and protect the […]

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Historic La Grange Homestead Offers Second Home and Income Potential

By Bethany Erickson | August 11, 2017 | 5 Comments

What if we told you that you could own both a piece of Texas history and a place to lay your head after a long day at Round Top or kayaking the Colorado River — and that they were the same place? And what if we told you that the opportunity existed for less than […]

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