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Shavano Park November | December 2013

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FEATURED COVER PROPERTY: Offered at $1,200,000 | 4 Beds | 4/2 Baths | 5,082 Sq. Ft. | Pool/Spa

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Address Sq. Ft. Days on Market List Price Price per Sq. Ft. CURRENTLY FOR SALE 115 Long Bow Road 2,218 7 $355,500 $160.27 109 Bent Oak Drive 3,012 47 $369,900 $284.10 129 Wagon Wheel Road 3,047 53 $474,000 $155.56 138 Turkey Creek 3,005 220 $495,000 $164.72 15108 NW Military Highway 3,326 120 $510,000 $153.33 91 Mossy Cup Street 4,428 133 $524,900 $118.54 15010 NW Military Highway 2,916 395 $525,000 $180.04 407 Happy Trail 6,498 47 $674,900 $103.86 211 Granville Way 3,356 85 $699,000 $208.28 104 Cliffside Drive 4,489 55 $829,000 $184.67 303 Regent Circle 4,573 25 $900,000 $196.80 114 Warbler Way 7,338 133 $979,000 $133.41 115 Warbler Way 5,758 69 $995,000 $172.80 103 happy Trail 5,154 152 $1,200,000 $232.82 105 Warbler Way 7,154 35 $2,250,000 $314.50 130 Winding Lane 7,176 249 $2,250,000 $313.54 231 Winding Lane 6,227 140 $2,300,000 $369.35 310 Huntington Place 8,438 181 $3,395,000 $402.34 SALE PENDING 120 Painted Post Lane 3,758 53 $459,900 $122.37 310 Berkley Oak 3,675 21 $715,000 $194.55 239 Granville Way 4,312 47 $719,900 $166.95 RECENTLY SOLD 112 W Mossy Cup Street 3,108 52 $555,000 $178.57 416 Cliffside Drive 4,260 411 $649,000 $152.34 108 Happy Trail 6,501 350 $749,000 $115.21 311 Huntington Place 5,662 384 $1,795,000 $317.02

Shavano Creek

Address CURRENTLY FOR SALE 336 Box Oak 211 Durand Oak 211 Post Oak Way 511 Possum Pak 622 Cinnamon Oak SALE PENDING 107 Post Oak Way 122 Post Oak Way 516 Blackjack Oak 219 Blackjack Oak 307 Branch Oak Way 316 Box Oak 314 Post Oak Way 306 Princeton Oak

Sq. Ft.

Days on Market

List Price

Price per Sq. Ft.

4,498 5,425 6,767 6,331 6,762

89 48 175 893 11

$725,000 $800,000 $999,999 $1,000,000 $1,245,000

$161.18 $147.46 $147.77 $157.95 $184.11

4,498 3,948 5,084 4,435 4,283 5,835 5,537 6,284

32 49 211 403 30 213 107 90

$695,000 $689,900 $720,000 $815,000 $824,900 $875,000 $999,950 $1,000,000

$154.51 $174.74 $141.62 $183.76 $192.59 $149.95 $180.59 $159.13

Holiday Traditions

Creating A Season To Remember

Bentley Manor

10 Dominion Drive • San Antonio, TX 78257

4TH GENERATION OF SAN ANTONIO REAL ESTATE EXPERTISE If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Properties on this list have been listed/sold by various participants in the MLS.

Produced by UpscaleRealEstateMarketing.com • 877.660.0996

Consumer Confidence Cover Photography | High Res Media LLC

Cell: 210.710.8327 jdym@kw.com www.JoshDym.com

Address Sq. Ft. Days on Market List Price Price per Sq. Ft. CURRENTLY FOR SALE 107 Binham Heights 2,658 83 $464,900 $174.90 115 Calais Way 2,621 150 $480,000 $183.13 4407 Essex Place 2,763 678 $499,000 $180.60 319 Geddington 2,931 55 $545,000 $185.94 131 Hampton Way 3,245 98 $585,000 $180.27 208 Bentley Manor 3,795 202 $719,000 $189.45 202 Geddington 4,239 235 $850,000 $200.51 404 Bentley Manor 4,558 120 $850,000 $186.48 123 Manchester Way 4,497 842 $899,000 $199.91 212 Bentley Manor 4,365 43 $899,900 $206.16 423 Bentley Manor 4,703 231 $929,000 $197.53 502 Bentley Manor 5,677 213 $1,174,000 $206.79 215 Geddington 4,738 103 $1,190,000 $251.16 211 Geddington 5,082 67 $1,200,000 $236.12 120 Tuscany Way 6,138 137 $1,295,000 $210.98 234 Geddington 7,214 229 $1,950,000 $270.30 106 Geddington 7,503 144 $1,950,000 $259.89 SALE PENDING 4414 Cameron Court 3,126 36 $554,000 $177.22 RECENTLY SOLD 4431 Bayberry Row 2,410 531 $474,900 $197.05 4411 Bayberry Row 3,012 104 $535,000 $177.62 154 Manchester Way 4,253 133 $775,000 $182.22 119 Tuscany Way 4,720 342 $849,000 $179.87 610 Bentley Manor 6,914 127 $1,985,000 $287.09

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N OVEMBER | DECEMBER 2013 The holidays are almost here! Why not make this the year you create winter memories that will last a lifetime? Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukah, or Kwanzaa, holiday traditions will help you build family time that will be cherished for years to come. Here are a few festive ways to make this winter season one to remember. First, make your home magical. Whether it’s placing your tree or menorah in the same special spot year after year or creating an ornament theme that grows and grows each Christmas, building rituals into your holidays will make them truly unique. A few more decorating ideas to consider: Hang elegant stockings

WILD BISON POLPETTES WITH A HABANERO PINEAPPLE BBQ SAUCE WILD BISON INGREDIENTS: 5 lbs ground boar (30%fat) 1 bunch parsley, chopped 1 tbsp ground black pepper 1 tbsp granulated garlic 1 tbsp cumin, ground 1 tbsp coriander, ground 1/2 tbsp cayenne

1/2 tbsp onion powder 1 1/2 tbsp salt 1/4 c paprika 3 shallots, small dice 7 garlic cloves, chopped 2 tbsp Dijon mustard 5 eggs

HABANERO PINEAPPLE BBQ SAUCE INGREDIENTS: 2 tbsp Canola oil 1/2 c brown sugar 1 whole sliced yellow onion 2 tbsp lemon juice 2 garlic cloves 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce 3 tbsp apple cider vinegar 2 tbsp dry mustard 1 c ketchup 1 tsp fresh ground pepper 1 c Dijon 2 tbsp Valentina hot sauce 1 c pineapple juice 2 Habanero peppers 1/2 c charred fresh seeded and chopped 1/2 c whiskey pineapple Combine all the ingredients in a stock pot and simmer for approximately 2 hours. Puree with stick blender, check and adjust seasoning to taste. Mix all ingredients well together in a bowl and portion out to 1 oz balls. After meatballs are formed, sauté meatballs until golden brown. Top meatballs with BBQ sauce to coat. Cover pan and place in a 375 degree oven for 3 min. Remove pan from oven and stir meatballs, then return to oven for another 2 min. Remove pan from oven and plate meatballs and all sauce on to serving dish. Top meatballs with finely shredded Pecorino, chives and olive oil. Serve with warm grilled bread.

for Santa to fill, each embellished with your children’s names; get a second children’s Christmas tree that only the little ones can trim; don your staircase and mantle with evergreens and all-white candles; and don’t forget to hang mistletoe or a kissing ball for lovebirds who pay you a visit. The exterior of your home should not be forgotten either. Get into the holiday spirit by lighting up a few spectacular trees in your yard or highlighting some of the unique architectural aspects of your house. Each year, your family and neighbors will look forward to your light extravaganza. Need inspiration? Head to the zoo to see its dazzling display of holiday lights. Looking for a way to appreciate all the holiday lights in your own neighborhood? Try the old tradition of caroling from house to house. Gather your friends and family, pass out some festive sheet music, and don’t forget your holiday cheer. Best part about caroling? You can make it a White Christmas simply singing the song by Bing Crosby, even if the weather does not wish to participate. Finally, there’s no better place to build holiday traditions than in the kitchen. After all, nothing says the holidays better than warm

Happy Holiday Spending! In 2012, consumers spent 3% more on their holiday spending than the previous holiday season which resulted in over $579 billion in seasonal spending. Will the 2013 holiday season see a return of the Grinch or will consumer spending increase again?

US economy. Strong consumer confidence means that consumers feel that their standard of living is increasing. Confident consumers are more likely to spend more and make bigger purchases - such as a speedy car or new dream home.

Consumer Outlook

Retailer Outlook

“Consumer confidence” is an actual economic indicator which measures the degree of optimism that consumers feel about the state of the economy and their own personal financial situation. There are several “indexes” that provide a numeric measure of consumer confidence. The Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) is based on data from a monthly survey of 5,000 US households consisting of five questions addressing current economic conditions. The CCI dipped slightly in September, 2013 to 79.7 but this is a far cry from the 16-year low index of 57.2 in May, 2008. Overall, the CCI indicates that consumers are currently “positive” about the state of the

Baynote, a company that helps multi-channel retailers increase consumer engagement, predicts a strong holiday season for mobile, online and “brick and mortar” retailers. In their August holiday retailing report, Baynote predicted that 2013 holiday consumer spending could increase by as much as 11% over 2012. In their report, Baynote indicated that consumers can look forward to flash sales, free shipping and Buy-One-Get-One (BOGO) offers throughout the 2013 holiday season. There are only 25 days between the Friday after Thanksgiving (aka “Black Friday”) and Christmas this year, as compared to 32 days in 2012.

gingerbread cookies and hot cocoa. Make the winter holidays special for the little ones by making homemade holiday cookies and treats (maybe even start up an annual cookie swap for friends and neighbors). The kids or grandkids will really enjoy building a beautiful gingerbread house and will look forward to this event year after year. Create a photo album of your gingerbread houses through the years as a special memento. While you’re in the kitchen, why not plan a holiday dinner that every member of the family will look forward to year after year? Forego the normal roasts and casseroles and prepare your partner or child’s favorite meal instead, even if it’s a nontraditional choice. Voila … instant family tradition. And don’t forget to whip up a signature seasonal cup of cheer – think cranberries, cinnamon, and spice. Happy holidays!

Weekends are the busiest shopping days during that timeframe and there are only four weekends between Thanksgiving and Christmas versus five last year. As a result, one-third of retailers have said that they will begin holiday promotional offers as early as October. This means that neither retailers nor consumers can procrastinate during this year’s holiday shopping season. The historically popular apparel and accessories category are projected to increase sales by 2.8% compared to 2012. Also, sales in electronics and appliances are predicted to increase 2% compared to last year, with tablets and smartphones continuing to be wildly popular.

No Grinch To Be Found With the combination of strong consumer confidence and retailer’s positive outlook on holiday spending, there is no Grinch in sight for 2013. Although there are fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving and Christmas, consumers will still be able to take advantage of many promotional offers throughout the holiday shopping season in order to fill all those stockings hanging by the fireplace!

Gayla’s Gala Leon Springs Dance Hall | November 14 210.949.1212 | GaylasGala.org Together we will honor Gayla Leonard’s legacy while raising funds to change the lives of young children who are waiting for or have received an organ transplant. The night will be filled with cocktails and a buffet dinner accompanied by a live band for dancing. Silent and live auction items will be available throughout the evening. Proceeds will benefit Transplants for Children an organization whose mission is to empower families to master lifelong challenges of pediatric transplantation. Boerne Family YMCA Turkey Main Plaza | November 23 830.815.1040 | YMCASATX.org 2nd Annual Turkey Trot 5K & 10K presented by Mercedes-Benz of Boerne. “Run Hard, Give Thanks.” All proceeds will go towards our Y Partners Campaign to help strengthen our community. The YMCA is a cause driven organization that is for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Ford Fiesta de Las Luminaries River Walk | December 6-December 22 210.227.4262 | TheSanAntonioRiverWalk.com Experience the holiday serenity of the River Walk as you stroll along the lush banks of the San Antonio River guided by more than 6,000 luminaries. Warmly glowing candles in San-filled bags line the walkways. This century’s old tradition begins at dusk Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. The Nutcracker Lila Cockrell Theatre | December 20-22 210.226.1981 | ArtsSA.org Set to Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky’s beloved score, The Nutcracker is, by far, the most widely attended ballet in America. Prima Ballerinas Olga Pavlova and Marina Goshko and Principal Dancers Yevgeni Anfinogenov and Andrey Prikhhodko will star in ARTS San Antonio’s presentation of the beloved classic. Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Majestic Theatre | December 26-29 210.226.3333 | MajesticEmpire.com This musical is a record breaking Broadway holiday sensation which features the hit songs “You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch” and “Welcome Christmas” from the original animated special. Max the Dog narrates as the mean and scheming Grinch, whose heart is “two sizes to small”, decides to steal Christmas away from the holiday loving Whos of Whoville.


In Good Taste

Event Calendar

Boiler House Texas Grill & Wine Garden 210.354.4644 | BoilerHouseSA.com

N OVEMBER | DECEMBER 2013 The holidays are almost here! Why not make this the year you create winter memories that will last a lifetime? Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukah, or Kwanzaa, holiday traditions will help you build family time that will be cherished for years to come. Here are a few festive ways to make this winter season one to remember. First, make your home magical. Whether it’s placing your tree or menorah in the same special spot year after year or creating an ornament theme that grows and grows each Christmas, building rituals into your holidays will make them truly unique. A few more decorating ideas to consider: Hang elegant stockings

WILD BISON POLPETTES WITH A HABANERO PINEAPPLE BBQ SAUCE WILD BISON INGREDIENTS: 5 lbs ground boar (30%fat) 1 bunch parsley, chopped 1 tbsp ground black pepper 1 tbsp granulated garlic 1 tbsp cumin, ground 1 tbsp coriander, ground 1/2 tbsp cayenne

1/2 tbsp onion powder 1 1/2 tbsp salt 1/4 c paprika 3 shallots, small dice 7 garlic cloves, chopped 2 tbsp Dijon mustard 5 eggs

HABANERO PINEAPPLE BBQ SAUCE INGREDIENTS: 2 tbsp Canola oil 1/2 c brown sugar 1 whole sliced yellow onion 2 tbsp lemon juice 2 garlic cloves 2 tbsp Worcestershire sauce 3 tbsp apple cider vinegar 2 tbsp dry mustard 1 c ketchup 1 tsp fresh ground pepper 1 c Dijon 2 tbsp Valentina hot sauce 1 c pineapple juice 2 Habanero peppers 1/2 c charred fresh seeded and chopped 1/2 c whiskey pineapple Combine all the ingredients in a stock pot and simmer for approximately 2 hours. Puree with stick blender, check and adjust seasoning to taste. Mix all ingredients well together in a bowl and portion out to 1 oz balls. After meatballs are formed, sauté meatballs until golden brown. Top meatballs with BBQ sauce to coat. Cover pan and place in a 375 degree oven for 3 min. Remove pan from oven and stir meatballs, then return to oven for another 2 min. Remove pan from oven and plate meatballs and all sauce on to serving dish. Top meatballs with finely shredded Pecorino, chives and olive oil. Serve with warm grilled bread.

for Santa to fill, each embellished with your children’s names; get a second children’s Christmas tree that only the little ones can trim; don your staircase and mantle with evergreens and all-white candles; and don’t forget to hang mistletoe or a kissing ball for lovebirds who pay you a visit. The exterior of your home should not be forgotten either. Get into the holiday spirit by lighting up a few spectacular trees in your yard or highlighting some of the unique architectural aspects of your house. Each year, your family and neighbors will look forward to your light extravaganza. Need inspiration? Head to the zoo to see its dazzling display of holiday lights. Looking for a way to appreciate all the holiday lights in your own neighborhood? Try the old tradition of caroling from house to house. Gather your friends and family, pass out some festive sheet music, and don’t forget your holiday cheer. Best part about caroling? You can make it a White Christmas simply singing the song by Bing Crosby, even if the weather does not wish to participate. Finally, there’s no better place to build holiday traditions than in the kitchen. After all, nothing says the holidays better than warm

Happy Holiday Spending! In 2012, consumers spent 3% more on their holiday spending than the previous holiday season which resulted in over $579 billion in seasonal spending. Will the 2013 holiday season see a return of the Grinch or will consumer spending increase again?

US economy. Strong consumer confidence means that consumers feel that their standard of living is increasing. Confident consumers are more likely to spend more and make bigger purchases - such as a speedy car or new dream home.

Consumer Outlook

Retailer Outlook

“Consumer confidence” is an actual economic indicator which measures the degree of optimism that consumers feel about the state of the economy and their own personal financial situation. There are several “indexes” that provide a numeric measure of consumer confidence. The Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) is based on data from a monthly survey of 5,000 US households consisting of five questions addressing current economic conditions. The CCI dipped slightly in September, 2013 to 79.7 but this is a far cry from the 16-year low index of 57.2 in May, 2008. Overall, the CCI indicates that consumers are currently “positive” about the state of the

Baynote, a company that helps multi-channel retailers increase consumer engagement, predicts a strong holiday season for mobile, online and “brick and mortar” retailers. In their August holiday retailing report, Baynote predicted that 2013 holiday consumer spending could increase by as much as 11% over 2012. In their report, Baynote indicated that consumers can look forward to flash sales, free shipping and Buy-One-Get-One (BOGO) offers throughout the 2013 holiday season. There are only 25 days between the Friday after Thanksgiving (aka “Black Friday”) and Christmas this year, as compared to 32 days in 2012.

gingerbread cookies and hot cocoa. Make the winter holidays special for the little ones by making homemade holiday cookies and treats (maybe even start up an annual cookie swap for friends and neighbors). The kids or grandkids will really enjoy building a beautiful gingerbread house and will look forward to this event year after year. Create a photo album of your gingerbread houses through the years as a special memento. While you’re in the kitchen, why not plan a holiday dinner that every member of the family will look forward to year after year? Forego the normal roasts and casseroles and prepare your partner or child’s favorite meal instead, even if it’s a nontraditional choice. Voila … instant family tradition. And don’t forget to whip up a signature seasonal cup of cheer – think cranberries, cinnamon, and spice. Happy holidays!

Weekends are the busiest shopping days during that timeframe and there are only four weekends between Thanksgiving and Christmas versus five last year. As a result, one-third of retailers have said that they will begin holiday promotional offers as early as October. This means that neither retailers nor consumers can procrastinate during this year’s holiday shopping season. The historically popular apparel and accessories category are projected to increase sales by 2.8% compared to 2012. Also, sales in electronics and appliances are predicted to increase 2% compared to last year, with tablets and smartphones continuing to be wildly popular.

No Grinch To Be Found With the combination of strong consumer confidence and retailer’s positive outlook on holiday spending, there is no Grinch in sight for 2013. Although there are fewer shopping days between Thanksgiving and Christmas, consumers will still be able to take advantage of many promotional offers throughout the holiday shopping season in order to fill all those stockings hanging by the fireplace!

Gayla’s Gala Leon Springs Dance Hall | November 14 210.949.1212 | GaylasGala.org Together we will honor Gayla Leonard’s legacy while raising funds to change the lives of young children who are waiting for or have received an organ transplant. The night will be filled with cocktails and a buffet dinner accompanied by a live band for dancing. Silent and live auction items will be available throughout the evening. Proceeds will benefit Transplants for Children an organization whose mission is to empower families to master lifelong challenges of pediatric transplantation. Boerne Family YMCA Turkey Main Plaza | November 23 830.815.1040 | YMCASATX.org 2nd Annual Turkey Trot 5K & 10K presented by Mercedes-Benz of Boerne. “Run Hard, Give Thanks.” All proceeds will go towards our Y Partners Campaign to help strengthen our community. The YMCA is a cause driven organization that is for youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Ford Fiesta de Las Luminaries River Walk | December 6-December 22 210.227.4262 | TheSanAntonioRiverWalk.com Experience the holiday serenity of the River Walk as you stroll along the lush banks of the San Antonio River guided by more than 6,000 luminaries. Warmly glowing candles in San-filled bags line the walkways. This century’s old tradition begins at dusk Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evenings. The Nutcracker Lila Cockrell Theatre | December 20-22 210.226.1981 | ArtsSA.org Set to Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky’s beloved score, The Nutcracker is, by far, the most widely attended ballet in America. Prima Ballerinas Olga Pavlova and Marina Goshko and Principal Dancers Yevgeni Anfinogenov and Andrey Prikhhodko will star in ARTS San Antonio’s presentation of the beloved classic. Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! Majestic Theatre | December 26-29 210.226.3333 | MajesticEmpire.com This musical is a record breaking Broadway holiday sensation which features the hit songs “You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch” and “Welcome Christmas” from the original animated special. Max the Dog narrates as the mean and scheming Grinch, whose heart is “two sizes to small”, decides to steal Christmas away from the holiday loving Whos of Whoville.


Shavano Park November | December 2013

Your Shavano Park Real Estate Specialist

FEATURED COVER PROPERTY: Offered at $1,200,000 | 4 Beds | 4/2 Baths | 5,082 Sq. Ft. | Pool/Spa

Knowledge Results Actions Rising Above over words

over promises

over stagnation the status quo

REAL ESTATE ACTIVIT Y IN SHAVANO PARK Shavano Park

Address Sq. Ft. Days on Market List Price Price per Sq. Ft. CURRENTLY FOR SALE 115 Long Bow Road 2,218 7 $355,500 $160.27 109 Bent Oak Drive 3,012 47 $369,900 $284.10 129 Wagon Wheel Road 3,047 53 $474,000 $155.56 138 Turkey Creek 3,005 220 $495,000 $164.72 15108 NW Military Highway 3,326 120 $510,000 $153.33 91 Mossy Cup Street 4,428 133 $524,900 $118.54 15010 NW Military Highway 2,916 395 $525,000 $180.04 407 Happy Trail 6,498 47 $674,900 $103.86 211 Granville Way 3,356 85 $699,000 $208.28 104 Cliffside Drive 4,489 55 $829,000 $184.67 303 Regent Circle 4,573 25 $900,000 $196.80 114 Warbler Way 7,338 133 $979,000 $133.41 115 Warbler Way 5,758 69 $995,000 $172.80 103 happy Trail 5,154 152 $1,200,000 $232.82 105 Warbler Way 7,154 35 $2,250,000 $314.50 130 Winding Lane 7,176 249 $2,250,000 $313.54 231 Winding Lane 6,227 140 $2,300,000 $369.35 310 Huntington Place 8,438 181 $3,395,000 $402.34 SALE PENDING 120 Painted Post Lane 3,758 53 $459,900 $122.37 310 Berkley Oak 3,675 21 $715,000 $194.55 239 Granville Way 4,312 47 $719,900 $166.95 RECENTLY SOLD 112 W Mossy Cup Street 3,108 52 $555,000 $178.57 416 Cliffside Drive 4,260 411 $649,000 $152.34 108 Happy Trail 6,501 350 $749,000 $115.21 311 Huntington Place 5,662 384 $1,795,000 $317.02

Shavano Creek

Address CURRENTLY FOR SALE 336 Box Oak 211 Durand Oak 211 Post Oak Way 511 Possum Pak 622 Cinnamon Oak SALE PENDING 107 Post Oak Way 122 Post Oak Way 516 Blackjack Oak 219 Blackjack Oak 307 Branch Oak Way 316 Box Oak 314 Post Oak Way 306 Princeton Oak

Sq. Ft.

Days on Market

List Price

Price per Sq. Ft.

4,498 5,425 6,767 6,331 6,762

89 48 175 893 11

$725,000 $800,000 $999,999 $1,000,000 $1,245,000

$161.18 $147.46 $147.77 $157.95 $184.11

4,498 3,948 5,084 4,435 4,283 5,835 5,537 6,284

32 49 211 403 30 213 107 90

$695,000 $689,900 $720,000 $815,000 $824,900 $875,000 $999,950 $1,000,000

$154.51 $174.74 $141.62 $183.76 $192.59 $149.95 $180.59 $159.13

Holiday Traditions

Creating A Season To Remember

Bentley Manor

10 Dominion Drive • San Antonio, TX 78257

4TH GENERATION OF SAN ANTONIO REAL ESTATE EXPERTISE If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

Information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Properties on this list have been listed/sold by various participants in the MLS.

Produced by UpscaleRealEstateMarketing.com • 877.660.0996

Consumer Confidence Cover Photography | High Res Media LLC

Cell: 210.710.8327 jdym@kw.com www.JoshDym.com

Address Sq. Ft. Days on Market List Price Price per Sq. Ft. CURRENTLY FOR SALE 107 Binham Heights 2,658 83 $464,900 $174.90 115 Calais Way 2,621 150 $480,000 $183.13 4407 Essex Place 2,763 678 $499,000 $180.60 319 Geddington 2,931 55 $545,000 $185.94 131 Hampton Way 3,245 98 $585,000 $180.27 208 Bentley Manor 3,795 202 $719,000 $189.45 202 Geddington 4,239 235 $850,000 $200.51 404 Bentley Manor 4,558 120 $850,000 $186.48 123 Manchester Way 4,497 842 $899,000 $199.91 212 Bentley Manor 4,365 43 $899,900 $206.16 423 Bentley Manor 4,703 231 $929,000 $197.53 502 Bentley Manor 5,677 213 $1,174,000 $206.79 215 Geddington 4,738 103 $1,190,000 $251.16 211 Geddington 5,082 67 $1,200,000 $236.12 120 Tuscany Way 6,138 137 $1,295,000 $210.98 234 Geddington 7,214 229 $1,950,000 $270.30 106 Geddington 7,503 144 $1,950,000 $259.89 SALE PENDING 4414 Cameron Court 3,126 36 $554,000 $177.22 RECENTLY SOLD 4431 Bayberry Row 2,410 531 $474,900 $197.05 4411 Bayberry Row 3,012 104 $535,000 $177.62 154 Manchester Way 4,253 133 $775,000 $182.22 119 Tuscany Way 4,720 342 $849,000 $179.87 610 Bentley Manor 6,914 127 $1,985,000 $287.09

Is Seasonal Spending An Indicator Of The Housing Market?

Fall In Love With

Boiler House Texas Grill’s Decadent Wild Bison Polpettes

Featured Bentley Manor Estate

Proudly Presented By Joshua C. Dym


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