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March | April 2011

For everything real estate...call

Debra Janes

Real Estate Activity In

The Dominion

Featured Properties SOLD

Refresh Your Resale Spring Forward! Daylight Savings occurs on Sunday, March 13th at 2 am. Spring is upon us and it’s the time of year that many homeowners begin sprucing up their homes. It is especially important if your home is on the market, and you’re anticipating a sale. Now is the perfect time to perform simple touches that make a big difference. Remember the importance of a first impression: statistics show that you have 6 seconds to show a buyer your best efforts, and that generally occurs as they’re walking to the front door. So make sure your landscaping is in tip-top shape. Plant masses of gorgeous, colorful flowers and freshen bark mulch in flower beds. A fresh coat of paint either inside or out where needed makes a statement in pride of ownership. Put a brand new welcome mat at your front door. Inside, have windows sparkling, touch-up wall scuffs and have your carpeting cleaned. Most importantly: Clear your clutter. Keep your counters clear of clutter. Pack as if you’re moving. In doing so, you will offer your home to others and they can see that you are confident that your home will sell. Staging is extremely important. A good staging company can help you tastefully mix what you have with new, fresh, modern ideas. Last but not least, price your home within the market, (I’ll help you adjust up for the unique qualities of your home), and never, NEVER turn a showing down. I’ve got plenty more tips and advice – and I’m just a phone call away!

42 Vineyard Dr. • $3,495,000 7460 +/- Sq. Ft. • 5 Bed | 5 Bath

21 Devon Wood • $1,550,000 6841 +/- Sq. Ft. | 5 Bed | 4.5 Bath

7 Kings Manor • $1,395,000 4618 +/- Sq. Ft. | 4 Bed | 4 Bath

8 Henly Lane • $1,250,000 6344 +/- Sq. Ft. | 5 Bed | 5 Bath

6 Duxbury Park • $789,000 5030 +/- Sq. Ft. | 4 Bed | 3 Bath

58 Champions Ln. • $825,000 3568 +/- Sq. Ft. | 4 Bed | 3.5 Bath

Disclose, Disclose, Disclose

19 Venice Ct. • $730,000 3174 +/- Sq. Ft. | 2 Bed | 2.5 Bath

Cowboy-Inspired Cuisine

Roaring Fork’s Huckleberry Bread Pudding

210.573.4040 dj@gvtc.com

8 Century Glen • $325,000 2373 +/- Sq. Ft. | 2 Bed | 2 Bath

Other Debra Janes’ Dominion Properties

Address 40 Vineyard 38 Vineyard

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath (Lot) 1.34 acres (Lot) 1.22 acres

List Price $499,500 $499,500

All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

Flower Arranging Tips

Selling Your Home?

Debra Janes

DebraJanes.com

Blooms with Panache!

33 Vineyard • $2,195,000 5400 +/- Sq. Ft. | 4 Bed | 4 Bath

Produced by UpscaleRealEstateMarketing.com • 877.660.0996

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One of the greatest joys of spring is the abundance of gorgeous flowers at our fingertips. Floral arrangements continue to be popular gifts all through the year and many of us love having flowers in the home. However, arranging flowers can be trickier than it looks. A talented florist is truly an artist and their arrangements speak to their ability. With a little know-how and practice, you too can learn to create beautiful arrangements for yourself or for others.

Featuring Roaring Fork 210.479.9700 | EddieV.com

HUCKLEBERRY BREAD PUDDING Ingredients:

Flower Styles When deciding how to arrange a bouquet of flowers, first consider the type of flowers you’re working with. They are typically categorized as line flowers, mass flowers and filler flowers. Line flowers are those that give your bouquet height. Examples are gladiolas, snapdragons and stock. Often, there are buds growing on the stalk. You can even use branches and curly willow for tall foliage. These tall flowers can accompany other types of flowers in a bouquet, or they look great when used alone in a tall, narrow vase. Mass flowers are often referred to as “face flowers” because they are round and full-faced. Examples of mass flowers might be roses, carnations, tulips, and chrysanthemums. They are often the focal point of interest in a bouquet in which you might build your entire arrangement around. Filler flowers are typically used to round out the bouquet and give symmetry between the mass flowers and the line flowers. These varietals usually consist of many little flowers dotted along the stem. Examples would be statice, heather or goldenrod.

2 quarts (1/2 gallon) of heavy cream 18 eggs 4 1/2 cups of sugar 1/2 lb. of sugar 1 oz. vanilla bread (1/2 cubes) 3 cups of huckleberries Preparation: 1. Cut bread into one-inch-by-one-inch cubes. 2. Whisk together the eggs, heavy cream

and vanilla.

3. Toss in bread, then huckleberries carefully to

coat and allow to soak for 30 minutes.

4. Place mixture in buttered 8 oz. ramekins

(small round bowls) two inches over the top.

5. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes or until golden

brown.

Arrangement Styles Secondly, consider the style of arrangement you’re after. Formal arrangements tend to use elegant flowers (such as orchids, lilies or roses), are often monochromatic and use fewer varieties of flowers within the arrangement itself. Formal floral designs look best, of course, in a formal container. Crystal, sleek metal, ornate china

6. Remove from oven and allow to cool

completely.

(Yield: 25-30 portions)

If you have your home for sale or are planning to list it soon, keep in mind the importance of disclosing important facts about your property to any prospective buyers. Many homeowners fear that sharing negative information about their property will scare away buyers. Usually, the opposite is true. If a buyer feels that you are not being forthcoming about the home and are perhaps dishonest by omission, they tend to walk away from the purchase due to distrust. On the other hand, if you lay all of your cards on the table from the beginning, buyers know what they are dealing with and can feel confident in their decision to move forward with the purchase. Not only is it good practice to be completely truthful, it’s the law. If you sell your home with a problem that you didn’t disclose, you aren’t necessarily off the hook once the home has closed escrow. In fact lawsuits and claims against sellers are quite common once a buyer discovers something about the property that wasn’t disclosed before

the purchase. The last thing anyone wants is the headache of litigation. The Texas Association of REALTORS (TAR) has created a Seller’s Disclosure Notice. This form is designed to assist sellers in disclosing material facts about the property. Sellers are instructed to answer the questions as truthfully as possible and to attach any supporting documentation. The form is not required for new construction properties. Your Realtor will supply you with a Seller’s Disclosure Notice form when you initially list your property. The form is required to be delivered to a buyer on or before the effective date of a contract and becomes part of the contract paperwork. The seller signs the form when they complete it and the buyer signs the form to acknowledge they have received and read the form. Information you need to disclose includes anything about the land and structure that might affect the salability, value or desirability of the property. Common items to disclose are any past or current problems with the home such as roof leaks, plumbing issues, a cracked foundation, etc. You’ll need to disclose if your property is in a flood zone, if there are endangered species or their habitat on your property and if the home is part of a homeowners association. If the home was built before 1978, the possible presence of lead-based paint

or highly architectural containers give a rich feel to your formal arrangement. Casual arrangements might use informal flowers such as wildflowers, alstroemeria, freesia, yarrow, or crocosmia. A casual look is accomplished with a looser symmetry, several varying colors and placement in a container such as a basket, pottery or milk glass; even something whimsical or playful. Besides the container and the types of flowers themselves, the shape of the arrangement determines the formality. A perfectly symmetrical look such as roses packed tightly in a low container gives an air of elegance while blooms arranged loosely and even drooping over the sides of the container give it a casual air.

you’d like them to rest above the container lip. If in doubt, cut your stems longer at first. You can always adjust the height as you go. Once your grouped flowers are in the container at the height you like, finish with smaller, filler flowers tucked in between the blooms. Criss-cross the flowers as you insert them into the container to help create a grid to support the flowers that you add. Some florists recommend using waterproof tape to build a grid across the top of the container in which you simply drop your stems into the desired position. Keep turning your container as you go so that your arrangement is evenly distributed. Voila! Now you have flowers you can display with pride, or give to a special someone.

Preparing the Flowers A cleaned and rinsed container is your first step. Bacteria are a floral arrangement’s nemesis, so rinse with bleach or an anti-bacterial soap as well. Then, fill it with lukewarm water that you’ve treated with a preservative. A good homemade preservative such as one tablespoon of sugar with 1/4 teaspoon bleach, or 1/4 teaspoon of citric acid with one gallon of water, will kill bacteria while supplying nourishment to the flowers. Cut your stems under water with a very sharp knife – never use scissors which can damage the stems and limit their ability to soak up water. Cutting at a 45-degree angle helps the flower absorb water as well.

In what started in the Victorian era, givers of flowers may or may not be aware of the secret meanings associated with various blooms. Have fun and be sure not to “say” the wrong thing!

Arranging Your Cut Flowers The actual design and arrangement will vary with the style and type of flowers you’re using. In general though, start by grouping flowers of a medium or large size. Rather than distributing colors evenly within the container, try grouping them in clusters by color and variety. It gives interesting little focal points to your arrangement. Depending on the height you’re after, you’ll want to eyeball the stem length before cutting. Hold your grouped flowers next to the container and trim the stems to where

AMARYLLIS – pride, pastoral poetry BEGONIA – beware CAMELLIA – admiration, perfection CARNATION (solid color) – yes CARNATION (striped) – no DAISY – innocence, purity GERANIUM – stupidity, folly HOLLY – domestic happiness HYACINTH (yellow) – jealousy LILY (orange) – hatred OLEANDER – caution ORCHID – love, beauty, refinement PETUNIA – resentment, anger POPPY (red) – pleasure ROSE (dark red) – mourning ROSE (thornless) – love at first sight TULIP – perfect lover

must be disclosed. Water penetration and mold are big issues in Texas due to the hot and humid climate. A small leak can cause mold if not immediately fixed and treated. Sellers are encouraged to provide all documentation regarding any water penetration issues and to be as thorough as possible in describing the repair and whether any mold was discovered and remediated. There are some items that sellers are not obligated to disclose such as if the property was the site of a death by natural causes or occupied by a person with HIV/AIDS. If you have questions about what is and is not required by law to be disclosed, your Realtor can advise you. If you’ve made any insurance claims on the property, you’ll want to supply the prospective buyers with a loss report from your homeowner’s insurance company. Known as a CLUE (Claims Loss Underwriting Exchange) report, it is another important document for sharing pertinent information about your property. So, as Nat King Cole once sang, “…straighten up and fly right,” you’ll want to be sure that in selling your home, you do just that! Disclose, disclose, disclose!

MARCH | APRIL 2011 Art in the Garden San Antonio Botanical Garden, March 3rd – 31st 210.207.3250 | SABOT.org Celebrating Contemporary Art Month, the 2011 Art in the Garden installation will feature artists from the Texas Sculptors Group (TSG) and is curated by Lilly Wei. The exhibit is co-sponsored by the San Antonio Botanical Garden and Blue Star Contemporary Art Center. Kind-a-Like a County Fair Comanche Park, March 26th 210.326.3915 | Kinda-LikeACountyFair.org This family event hosted by area Lions Clubs includes a “Lions Walk to Beat Blindness” 5K Walk, lots of music and entertainment, high school band exhibition, two-ball basketball shooting contest, softball home run derby contest, color guard competition, cheerleader teams, great food, games, moon bounces, rides, cart races and more! Herculaneum: Living with Catastrophe San Antonio Museum of Art, March 31st 210.978.8100 | SAMuseum.org Join lecturer Dr. Andrew Wallace-Hadrill as he explores an historical event in Herculaneum, a city that shared the fate of Pompeii in the eruption of Vesuvius. New discoveries provide dramatic evidence for major geological activity dating back a century before the eruption and to a long, drawn-out catastrophe with which the citizens lived. WEBB Party Sunset Station, April 8th 210.225.4715 | WebbParty.net The WEBB Party features cuisine tastings with food from dozens of area restaurants, open bars, dance floors with featured deejays and performances by regional and local entertainers. A silent auction offers hundreds of items at all price levels. Many auction items are artworks donated by local artists. This year’s WEBB Party will be a “stellar” event with laser light shows, musical performances, great food, and plenty of Fiesta spirit. Proceeds benefit San Antonio AIDS Foundation. Valero Texas Open TPC San Antonio, April 14th – 17th 210.945.5412 | ValeroTexasOpen.org The Valero Texas Open is San Antonio’s own PGA TOUR stop. In addition to great golf, spectators can also enjoy kids’ activities, great food, music and much more. Besides, your ticket purchase helps increase the amount of money that can be given away to charity. The Valero Texas Open has raised more than $58 million for charity in the tournament’s lifespan. Tchaikovsky Festival Majestic Theatre, April 29th – May 8th 210.554.1000 | SASymphony.org Join the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra’s salute to Tchaikovsky! Scheduled in April are the Piano Concerto No. 1, and Little Russian. Music Director Sebastian LangLessing has designed this festival to give San Antonio a rare opportunity to experience all six Tchaikovsky symphonies and both piano concertos in just ten days.


One of the greatest joys of spring is the abundance of gorgeous flowers at our fingertips. Floral arrangements continue to be popular gifts all through the year and many of us love having flowers in the home. However, arranging flowers can be trickier than it looks. A talented florist is truly an artist and their arrangements speak to their ability. With a little know-how and practice, you too can learn to create beautiful arrangements for yourself or for others.

Featuring Roaring Fork 210.479.9700 | EddieV.com

HUCKLEBERRY BREAD PUDDING Ingredients:

Flower Styles When deciding how to arrange a bouquet of flowers, first consider the type of flowers you’re working with. They are typically categorized as line flowers, mass flowers and filler flowers. Line flowers are those that give your bouquet height. Examples are gladiolas, snapdragons and stock. Often, there are buds growing on the stalk. You can even use branches and curly willow for tall foliage. These tall flowers can accompany other types of flowers in a bouquet, or they look great when used alone in a tall, narrow vase. Mass flowers are often referred to as “face flowers” because they are round and full-faced. Examples of mass flowers might be roses, carnations, tulips, and chrysanthemums. They are often the focal point of interest in a bouquet in which you might build your entire arrangement around. Filler flowers are typically used to round out the bouquet and give symmetry between the mass flowers and the line flowers. These varietals usually consist of many little flowers dotted along the stem. Examples would be statice, heather or goldenrod.

2 quarts (1/2 gallon) of heavy cream 18 eggs 4 1/2 cups of sugar 1/2 lb. of sugar 1 oz. vanilla bread (1/2 cubes) 3 cups of huckleberries Preparation: 1. Cut bread into one-inch-by-one-inch cubes. 2. Whisk together the eggs, heavy cream

and vanilla.

3. Toss in bread, then huckleberries carefully to

coat and allow to soak for 30 minutes.

4. Place mixture in buttered 8 oz. ramekins

(small round bowls) two inches over the top.

5. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes or until golden

brown.

Arrangement Styles Secondly, consider the style of arrangement you’re after. Formal arrangements tend to use elegant flowers (such as orchids, lilies or roses), are often monochromatic and use fewer varieties of flowers within the arrangement itself. Formal floral designs look best, of course, in a formal container. Crystal, sleek metal, ornate china

6. Remove from oven and allow to cool

completely.

(Yield: 25-30 portions)

If you have your home for sale or are planning to list it soon, keep in mind the importance of disclosing important facts about your property to any prospective buyers. Many homeowners fear that sharing negative information about their property will scare away buyers. Usually, the opposite is true. If a buyer feels that you are not being forthcoming about the home and are perhaps dishonest by omission, they tend to walk away from the purchase due to distrust. On the other hand, if you lay all of your cards on the table from the beginning, buyers know what they are dealing with and can feel confident in their decision to move forward with the purchase. Not only is it good practice to be completely truthful, it’s the law. If you sell your home with a problem that you didn’t disclose, you aren’t necessarily off the hook once the home has closed escrow. In fact lawsuits and claims against sellers are quite common once a buyer discovers something about the property that wasn’t disclosed before

the purchase. The last thing anyone wants is the headache of litigation. The Texas Association of REALTORS (TAR) has created a Seller’s Disclosure Notice. This form is designed to assist sellers in disclosing material facts about the property. Sellers are instructed to answer the questions as truthfully as possible and to attach any supporting documentation. The form is not required for new construction properties. Your Realtor will supply you with a Seller’s Disclosure Notice form when you initially list your property. The form is required to be delivered to a buyer on or before the effective date of a contract and becomes part of the contract paperwork. The seller signs the form when they complete it and the buyer signs the form to acknowledge they have received and read the form. Information you need to disclose includes anything about the land and structure that might affect the salability, value or desirability of the property. Common items to disclose are any past or current problems with the home such as roof leaks, plumbing issues, a cracked foundation, etc. You’ll need to disclose if your property is in a flood zone, if there are endangered species or their habitat on your property and if the home is part of a homeowners association. If the home was built before 1978, the possible presence of lead-based paint

or highly architectural containers give a rich feel to your formal arrangement. Casual arrangements might use informal flowers such as wildflowers, alstroemeria, freesia, yarrow, or crocosmia. A casual look is accomplished with a looser symmetry, several varying colors and placement in a container such as a basket, pottery or milk glass; even something whimsical or playful. Besides the container and the types of flowers themselves, the shape of the arrangement determines the formality. A perfectly symmetrical look such as roses packed tightly in a low container gives an air of elegance while blooms arranged loosely and even drooping over the sides of the container give it a casual air.

you’d like them to rest above the container lip. If in doubt, cut your stems longer at first. You can always adjust the height as you go. Once your grouped flowers are in the container at the height you like, finish with smaller, filler flowers tucked in between the blooms. Criss-cross the flowers as you insert them into the container to help create a grid to support the flowers that you add. Some florists recommend using waterproof tape to build a grid across the top of the container in which you simply drop your stems into the desired position. Keep turning your container as you go so that your arrangement is evenly distributed. Voila! Now you have flowers you can display with pride, or give to a special someone.

Preparing the Flowers A cleaned and rinsed container is your first step. Bacteria are a floral arrangement’s nemesis, so rinse with bleach or an anti-bacterial soap as well. Then, fill it with lukewarm water that you’ve treated with a preservative. A good homemade preservative such as one tablespoon of sugar with 1/4 teaspoon bleach, or 1/4 teaspoon of citric acid with one gallon of water, will kill bacteria while supplying nourishment to the flowers. Cut your stems under water with a very sharp knife – never use scissors which can damage the stems and limit their ability to soak up water. Cutting at a 45-degree angle helps the flower absorb water as well.

In what started in the Victorian era, givers of flowers may or may not be aware of the secret meanings associated with various blooms. Have fun and be sure not to “say” the wrong thing!

Arranging Your Cut Flowers The actual design and arrangement will vary with the style and type of flowers you’re using. In general though, start by grouping flowers of a medium or large size. Rather than distributing colors evenly within the container, try grouping them in clusters by color and variety. It gives interesting little focal points to your arrangement. Depending on the height you’re after, you’ll want to eyeball the stem length before cutting. Hold your grouped flowers next to the container and trim the stems to where

AMARYLLIS – pride, pastoral poetry BEGONIA – beware CAMELLIA – admiration, perfection CARNATION (solid color) – yes CARNATION (striped) – no DAISY – innocence, purity GERANIUM – stupidity, folly HOLLY – domestic happiness HYACINTH (yellow) – jealousy LILY (orange) – hatred OLEANDER – caution ORCHID – love, beauty, refinement PETUNIA – resentment, anger POPPY (red) – pleasure ROSE (dark red) – mourning ROSE (thornless) – love at first sight TULIP – perfect lover

must be disclosed. Water penetration and mold are big issues in Texas due to the hot and humid climate. A small leak can cause mold if not immediately fixed and treated. Sellers are encouraged to provide all documentation regarding any water penetration issues and to be as thorough as possible in describing the repair and whether any mold was discovered and remediated. There are some items that sellers are not obligated to disclose such as if the property was the site of a death by natural causes or occupied by a person with HIV/AIDS. If you have questions about what is and is not required by law to be disclosed, your Realtor can advise you. If you’ve made any insurance claims on the property, you’ll want to supply the prospective buyers with a loss report from your homeowner’s insurance company. Known as a CLUE (Claims Loss Underwriting Exchange) report, it is another important document for sharing pertinent information about your property. So, as Nat King Cole once sang, “…straighten up and fly right,” you’ll want to be sure that in selling your home, you do just that! Disclose, disclose, disclose!

MARCH | APRIL 2011 Art in the Garden San Antonio Botanical Garden, March 3rd – 31st 210.207.3250 | SABOT.org Celebrating Contemporary Art Month, the 2011 Art in the Garden installation will feature artists from the Texas Sculptors Group (TSG) and is curated by Lilly Wei. The exhibit is co-sponsored by the San Antonio Botanical Garden and Blue Star Contemporary Art Center. Kind-a-Like a County Fair Comanche Park, March 26th 210.326.3915 | Kinda-LikeACountyFair.org This family event hosted by area Lions Clubs includes a “Lions Walk to Beat Blindness” 5K Walk, lots of music and entertainment, high school band exhibition, two-ball basketball shooting contest, softball home run derby contest, color guard competition, cheerleader teams, great food, games, moon bounces, rides, cart races and more! Herculaneum: Living with Catastrophe San Antonio Museum of Art, March 31st 210.978.8100 | SAMuseum.org Join lecturer Dr. Andrew Wallace-Hadrill as he explores an historical event in Herculaneum, a city that shared the fate of Pompeii in the eruption of Vesuvius. New discoveries provide dramatic evidence for major geological activity dating back a century before the eruption and to a long, drawn-out catastrophe with which the citizens lived. WEBB Party Sunset Station, April 8th 210.225.4715 | WebbParty.net The WEBB Party features cuisine tastings with food from dozens of area restaurants, open bars, dance floors with featured deejays and performances by regional and local entertainers. A silent auction offers hundreds of items at all price levels. Many auction items are artworks donated by local artists. This year’s WEBB Party will be a “stellar” event with laser light shows, musical performances, great food, and plenty of Fiesta spirit. Proceeds benefit San Antonio AIDS Foundation. Valero Texas Open TPC San Antonio, April 14th – 17th 210.945.5412 | ValeroTexasOpen.org The Valero Texas Open is San Antonio’s own PGA TOUR stop. In addition to great golf, spectators can also enjoy kids’ activities, great food, music and much more. Besides, your ticket purchase helps increase the amount of money that can be given away to charity. The Valero Texas Open has raised more than $58 million for charity in the tournament’s lifespan. Tchaikovsky Festival Majestic Theatre, April 29th – May 8th 210.554.1000 | SASymphony.org Join the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra’s salute to Tchaikovsky! Scheduled in April are the Piano Concerto No. 1, and Little Russian. Music Director Sebastian LangLessing has designed this festival to give San Antonio a rare opportunity to experience all six Tchaikovsky symphonies and both piano concertos in just ten days.


March | April 2011

For everything real estate...call

Debra Janes

Real Estate Activity In

The Dominion

Featured Properties SOLD

Refresh Your Resale Spring Forward! Daylight Savings occurs on Sunday, March 13th at 2 am. Spring is upon us and it’s the time of year that many homeowners begin sprucing up their homes. It is especially important if your home is on the market, and you’re anticipating a sale. Now is the perfect time to perform simple touches that make a big difference. Remember the importance of a first impression: statistics show that you have 6 seconds to show a buyer your best efforts, and that generally occurs as they’re walking to the front door. So make sure your landscaping is in tip-top shape. Plant masses of gorgeous, colorful flowers and freshen bark mulch in flower beds. A fresh coat of paint either inside or out where needed makes a statement in pride of ownership. Put a brand new welcome mat at your front door. Inside, have windows sparkling, touch-up wall scuffs and have your carpeting cleaned. Most importantly: Clear your clutter. Keep your counters clear of clutter. Pack as if you’re moving. In doing so, you will offer your home to others and they can see that you are confident that your home will sell. Staging is extremely important. A good staging company can help you tastefully mix what you have with new, fresh, modern ideas. Last but not least, price your home within the market, (I’ll help you adjust up for the unique qualities of your home), and never, NEVER turn a showing down. I’ve got plenty more tips and advice – and I’m just a phone call away!

42 Vineyard Dr. • $3,495,000 7460 +/- Sq. Ft. • 5 Bed | 5 Bath

21 Devon Wood • $1,550,000 6841 +/- Sq. Ft. | 5 Bed | 4.5 Bath

7 Kings Manor • $1,395,000 4618 +/- Sq. Ft. | 4 Bed | 4 Bath

8 Henly Lane • $1,250,000 6344 +/- Sq. Ft. | 5 Bed | 5 Bath

6 Duxbury Park • $789,000 5030 +/- Sq. Ft. | 4 Bed | 3 Bath

58 Champions Ln. • $825,000 3568 +/- Sq. Ft. | 4 Bed | 3.5 Bath

Disclose, Disclose, Disclose

19 Venice Ct. • $730,000 3174 +/- Sq. Ft. | 2 Bed | 2.5 Bath

Cowboy-Inspired Cuisine

Roaring Fork’s Huckleberry Bread Pudding

210.573.4040 dj@gvtc.com

8 Century Glen • $325,000 2373 +/- Sq. Ft. | 2 Bed | 2 Bath

Other Debra Janes’ Dominion Properties

Address 40 Vineyard 38 Vineyard

Sq. Ft. / Bed / Bath (Lot) 1.34 acres (Lot) 1.22 acres

List Price $499,500 $499,500

All information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. If your home is currently listed, this is not a solicitation for that listing.

Flower Arranging Tips

Selling Your Home?

Debra Janes

DebraJanes.com

Blooms with Panache!

33 Vineyard • $2,195,000 5400 +/- Sq. Ft. | 4 Bed | 4 Bath

Produced by UpscaleRealEstateMarketing.com • 877.660.0996

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