Sponsored: Easy living, close in at NorthEdge


On the north edge of Austin, close to just about everything, sits a community calling you home.

Wes Peoples’ NorthEdge condo community is made up of 28 units starting in the $180,000s that all showcase green and contemporary design. The units are built in two or three levels for easy living.

There’s no yard to mow or exterior projects for a weekend to-do list: The homeowners association takes care of all that so buyers can visit with neighbors in the furnished outdoor living space, grilling a meal or playing a game of washers. And furry friends can get together, too, with a special place on-site for them to stretch their legs.

NorthEdge is close to the Arboretum and Quarry Lake and just minutes from downtown Austin. And the units are going fast — the community is already more than 50 percent sold out. So call 512-271-9442 today and find your new home.


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