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SUMMER IN CASTLE HILLS: “FREEZE!”
Frozen treats are a no-brainer when it comes to keeping cool in the hot Texas summers. Head to FroYo Smoo-licious for some FroYo today. Because a little brain freeze can be a very good thing. Read more here.
SUMMER IN CASTLE HILLS: A TREAT TO BEAT THE HEAT
Got a hot dog? Get ’em a treat to beat the heat at Castle Hills Pet Supply. This neighborhood boutique has everything your four-legged friends (cool cats included) could possibly need, with fresh healthy foods you won’t find at the big box stores, as well as toys, beds, in-store specials and more. Read more here.
SUMMER IN CASTLE HILLS: IT’S A WALK IN THE PARK
Summers in Texas are usually not a walk in the park, but living in Castle Hills means several opportunities to stay cool right here in the neighborhood! The trail system, which meanders throughout the neighborhood, by the school, around the parks and by the lake, is the perfect place for early morning walks, for everyone in the family. Castle Hills residents Matt, Heather, Sparky and Cosmo enjoyed this particular early morning with a walk along the banks of Lake Avalon. Read more here.
LEARN MORE ABOUT ENCHANTED HILL IN CASTLE HILLS
Enchanted Hill, located in Castle Hills, offers home sites with stunning golf course views. The purchase of an estate lot includes a full membership plus one year's dues to The Lakes at Castle Hills, a private county club and golf course. To learn more, visit the Enchanted Hill website.
SUMMER IN CASTLE HILLS: A DIFFERENT KIND OF HEAT
Sometimes you need a little heat. Like the kind served at T.B. D. Kitchen at the Village Shops. Take a break from the outdoor heat and experience some true Latin-inspired food like T.B.D.’s loaded nachos, street tacos and “posh” tacos, and the Aguachile de Camaron (that just sounds hot!). Wash it down with something smooth, like Tiger’s Milk (with coconut rum, condensed milk, lime and dark spice rum), or something spicy, like the Chili Sour (tequila, lemon, agave and arbol chili water). Read more here.
IT’S A PI.E VOTE FOR THE CASTLE HILLS VILLAGE SHOPS
Today is the last day to vote for PI.E 3.14 Everyday Eatery at the Castle Hills Village Shops. PI.E 3.14 is nominated for a national People’s Choice Keggy Award for its exceptional wine on tap program! Vote for PI.E 3.14 here.
THE QUARTERS AT THE SHOPS: NOW SELLING!
Quarters at The Shops, Castle Hills’ condominium development, is now selling! These condos are in the heart of the Castle Hills Village Shops, offering restaurant, retail and neighborhood conveniences close by. The one-story units, offering one, two and three bedrooms, offer two parking spaces each, kitchen islands with upscale finishes, and pricing starting in the $170s. Read more here and schedule an appointment to learn more today (these will go FAST!).
PI.E 3.14 EVERYDAY EATERY: AND YOU THOUGHT IT WAS JUST ABOUT THE PIZZA!
PI.E 3.14 Everyday Eatery at the Castle Hills Village Shops has been nominated for a national Keggy Award! The Keggy Awards recognize exceptional wine on tap programs across the U.S. Vote for PI.E 3.14 for the People’s Choice Award here and stop by for a pie and wine tonight!
SUMMER IN CASTLE HILLS: JUST CHILL
The Summer in Castle Hills series offers all sorts of cool suggestions for beating the heat right here in the neighborhood. Castle Hills resident Jimmy spent a recent morning relaxing on a park bench overlooking Lake Avalon. On most days, the relaxing view of the lake and park area includes duck families enjoying a swim, egrets coming in for a visit, neighbors taking walks on the trails and anglers going for the big catch. Figure out your best places to chill with this interactive map of the neighborhood.
SUMMER IN CASTLE HILLS: FEET FIRST INTO SUMMER
The interactive water fountain at the Village Shops offers hours of fun for kids of all ages. On any day of the week during hot summer months, kids can be seen cooling off here while family and friends take advantage of the shaded seating in the plaza. Read more about the Village Shops here and learn all the ways you can stay cool close to home!