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Texas Monthly BBQ Fest

The best part about living in Kyle, Texas is that you’re close to some of the best BBQ in the country. And not only that, but you’re just 30 minutes away from two days of some of the best BBQ in one place! There will be — count ’em — 30 BBQ joints from across Texas at the fest!

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What Is Texas Monthly BBQ Fest?

The tenth annual BBQ fest occurs on Nov. 2 and 3 in Austin. Texas Monthly invites the top 50 BBQ joints in Texas to the event. So, you will have the opportunity to try the best of the best BBQ without traveling all over the place!

A ticket gets you free samples of BBQ, sides, and desserts from all participating joints. Check out the BBQ fest lineup to see what BBQ you can sample. Be warned that it’s while supplies last – you may want to head there early for a chance to try it all.

What’s BBQ without cold drinks, desserts, and music? All that will be on hand. The Suffers and Austin’s own Al Dressen’s BBQ Playboys will provide the entertainment. Enjoy the sounds of western swing from Al Dressen’s BBQ Playboys. The band has been around since 1982 and will remind you of the Texas Playboys. The band will have you swingin’ in no time.

The Suffers are an award-winning eight-piece ensemble from Houston that specializes in Gulf Coast Soul. They’ve played more than 300 shows around North America and their first TV appearance was on Late Show With David Letterman. Since then, they’ve performed at The Daily Show with Trevor Noah and Jimmy Kimmel Live.

Before You Go to Austin for the BBQ Fest

The first thing you want to know is that daylight saving time begins the night before the BBQ. Be sure to set your alarm back one hour to ensure you arrive on time. VIP doors open at noon and general admission at 1 pm. The event, held at the Long Center for Performing Arts (701 W. Riverside Drive, Austin, TX 78704), runs until 4 pm.

Beware that all bags are subject to search. Coolers, storage containers, and guns are not allowed on the property. Any food not purchased at the event cannot enter the building. You can park in the Palmer Events Center Parking Garage (900 Barton Springs Rd.). It’s open on a first-come, first-serve basis and costs $8 per vehicle. You’ll pay at the booth as you enter the garage.

Other parking spaces include One Texas Center Garage (505 Barton Springs Rd.) and Austin City Hall Parking Garage (301 W. 2nd St.). Accessible parking is available at the Palmer Events Center Parking Garage.

If it rains, the show will go on! Kids are welcome, but there are no kid-friendly activities. The only animals permitted are service animals.

All this talk of BBQ is making us hungry. What are your favorite BBQ joints near Dripping Springs? Let us know on Twitter or Facebook.

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How to Spend Labor Day Weekend in Kyle: Labor Day Weekend, Labor Day events, Kyle, San Marcos, Buda

Want to do something fun and make new memories over Labor Day weekend? Here are some great Labor Day events in Kyle and nearby in San Marcos and New Braunfels. You can attend more than one as these events take place at different times between Aug. 30 and Sep. 2. Remember to take pictures or it didn’t happen.

Kyle Pie in the Sky Hot Air Balloon Festival
Lake Kyle
700 Lehman Rd.
Kyle, TX 78640

If there’s Labor Day event thing you must do, it’s this one with more than 20 hot air balloons and 40 food and product vendors! Come discover why Kyle is the Pie Capital of Texas with a Pie Café tent, pie eating contests, pie baking contests, pie vendors, pies galore!

You’ll also enjoy a fabulous live music line-up, fireworks, and kite performers. The Kyle Pie in the Sky Hot Air Balloon Festival runs from Aug. 30 to Sep. 1 and it’s free to park and ride.

Swim at City of Kyle Pool
1100 W. Center St.
Kyle, TX 78640

What better way to finish out a great summer than in the pool? Labor Day is the last day you can splash around in the City of Kyle Pool. It’s open from 11 am to 5 pm. The pool does not have snack concessions this summer, so you can bring food and drink from outside. Just no alcohol.

Sway to Live Music at Cheatham Street Warehouse
119 Cheatham St.
San Marcos, TX 78666

Landon Bullard and Mostly Sober play on Cheatham Street Warehouse on Friday, Aug. 30. The country western-American group based in Austin has played with high charting Texas Country and American acts including Josh Abbott, Randy Rogers, and Cody Johnson. On Saturday, Aug. 31, you can catch Terry Llord right here without traveling to Coast 2 Coast LIVE in Houston where he’ll also be performing.

Discover Fresh Products at Saturday Farmer’s Market
San Marcos Downtown Square
111 E. San Antonio St.
San Marcos, TX 78666

Central Texas farmers come to San Marcos Farmer’s Market in downtown San Marcos to sell their crops and fresh homegrown and homemade products. Since you’ll be in downtown, there are a lot of things to see, eat, and do in the Downtown Square.

Check out Open Mic Monday at Middleton Brewing
101 Oakwood Loop
San Marcos, TX, 78666

Bing your voice and instrument to the “Longest continuously running open mic night in Hays County” at Middleton Brewing on Monday, Sept. 2. Sound engineer wizard Tom Taylor will make sure you sound your best. If not, come sit for a spell to listen to up-and-coming talent and fresh beer. A food truck will be on site.

Savor Wine after Running in the SARR Labor Day Whine Run
Dry Comal Creek Vineyards
1741 Herbelin Rd.
New Braunfels, TX, 78132

It’s the 25th annual SARR Labor Day Whine Run (not a typo!) that takes you on a scenic course through the hilly Vintage Oaks in the Texas Hill Country. The post-race party takes place at the winery where adults can sip Dry Comal Creek Vineyards wines. Be sure to bring folding chairs and stay awhile. The race begins at 7:30 am.

Play Lotería Lunes
Guadalupe Brewing Company
1586 Wald Rd.
New Braunfels, TX, 78132

Held on the first Monday of every month at Guadalupe Brewing Company, come for lotería lunes aka Bingo Mondays. The entry fee includes a trip to the buffet.

The wonderful thing about living in Kyle is that if you want to stay home, you have the amazing Pie in the Sky Festival right in your backyard. Looking for a home? Check out the inventory of new homes in Kyle inventory.

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Best Restaurants in and Near Kyle

Kyle may offer small-town living, but you will find no shortage of delicious restaurants that are sure to make your taste buds do a little dance. Texas small towns typically serve comfort food like chicken fried steak, BBQ, and burgers. Yes, you’ll find those in Kyle. Still, it also has cuisine you won’t find in many small towns.

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Check out these favorite Kyle restaurants.

Texas Pie Company
202 W Center St, Kyle, TX 78640

Lest you think this is a bakery, not a restaurant, it’s both. Texas Pie Company’s menu consists of pies, casseroles, quiches, salads, and sandwiches. Many of the recipes come from Chef Julie Albertson’s grandmother that have been handed down through generations of her Texas family. Of course, like the name, they’re best known for handmade pies.

Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant
575 E Fm 150, Kyle, TX 78640

Founded in 1988, Curtis and Antonio Garcia’s family recipes have gained such a following that they have multiple locations including one in Kyle. Reviewers rave about their service and everything from cheese enchiladas and salsa to chili rellenos and breakfast tacos. That’s why it’s not surprising that people drive from other cities to this Mexican restaurant in Kyle.

Pho Thai Son Vietnamese Cuisine
5401 S. FM 1626 #370, Kyle, TX 78640

You won’t believe what this Kyle restaurant serves: Vietnamese cuisine. Kyle residents can get their sushi and egg rolls fix from this authentic Vietnamese restaurant.

Thailai and Son Nguyen left Vietnam for greener pastures and worked in a tech company until they decided to start a business. That business is Pho Tai Son.

Milt’s Pit Barbecue
208 W Center St., Kyle, TX 78640

Texas is known for having some of the best BBQ in the U.S. with many being in Austin and nearby. For times you a gosh darn good brisket right in Kyle, Milt’s your place. With homemade sides and desserts, one reviewer says its BBQ heaven with its tender beef that melts in your mouth.

Customers laud its sweet tea, jalapeno sausage, pork ribs, and turkey at this quaint and homey place. The Kyle BBQ restaurant is also a stop at one visitor’s 10 days of Texas brisket in which he visited famous BBQ places. It’s definitely a hidden gem and it’s right in Kyle.

Ilario’s Italian Restaurant
5401 Fm 1626, Kyle, TX 78640-6038

Here’s one place you don’t have to leave Texas for New York Style pizza. This Kyle Italian restaurant serves authentic fresh Italian cuisine with a Texas smile and large portions fitting for this great state. For those who eat a gluten-free diet, Ilario’s offers gluten-free pizza, pot roast, and spaghetti with meatballs.

Hays City Store and Ice House
8989 Ranch to Market Rd 150, Driftwood, TX 78619

Initially a gas station and convenience store, Hays City Store has morphed into a burgeoning full-service restaurant and bar. Featuring made-from-scratch Texas comfort food and hand-crafted cocktails, the restaurant has 40 beers on tap, five TVs for sports fans, and a wood-fired pizza oven.

Customers praise its chicken fried steak and you’ll find something for everyone with its house-ground burgers, hand-battered shrimp, fish tacos, and more. They even serve up hot towels for cleaning up after noshing on wings.

Sylver Spoon
6700 N I35, New Braunfels, TX 78130

A trained culinary artist with foodservice experience, a theater artist with a restaurant background, and an actress as UT Austin directing graduate all have one thing in common. They’re sisters and proud founders of Sylver Spoon, the place for dinner and theater, or dinnertainment as they call it.

They’ve thought of everything. If you want to eat, but not see a show — you can do that. Need childcare? They offer it. Want to meet wine snobs with a five-course wine-pairing dinner? Ditto. They even have bingo and trivia.

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Want to live in a community near all these restaurants that have you craving their food? Check out Crosswinds in Kyle with its swimming pool, playground, and planned nature trails at Windy Point amenity center.


Six Tips to Get Ready for Back to School in Kyle, Texas

Parents and guardians of students attending Hays Consolidated Independent School District (HCISD) will be celebrating on August 15 when school starts. No doubt, they will be a few sleepy kids dragging after changing their sleeping schedule for the summer.

Whether or not your family is excited about school, it’s always hard to change your routine and leave the dog days of summer behind. You can ease the transition and avoid scrambling at the last minute with these six tips.

  1. Check registration and related paperwork

You may already have already completed the required school district paperwork. The due dates vary based on district and schools. Ensure you register your child or contact the school.

Visit Hays CISD’s registration page for information about registration for new and returning students. Like most schools, HCISD requires proof of address, immunization records, and other documents.

If your student has medical needs, then contact the school nurse to ask about the process to make sure the child can receive treatment or medicine at school.

  1. Access online accounts

HCISD requires parents and guardians to register for the school year online as covered in No. 1. The district has a parent self-serve portal (PSS) for checking the student’s academics, contact information, attendance, and transportation information.

You can also sign up to receive notifications about missing assignments or absences and alerts from the principal, school, and district. Verify you can access your account and that all the information is current.

  1. Update your calendar

Review the Hays CISD calendar, so you can enter all the important dates into yours. If you haven’t already, you might create a family calendar that everyone can see every day. Better yet, set up a private online calendar that everyone in the family can access on their devices and computers.

  1. Pick up school supplies

If you haven’t shopped for supplies yet, you’re in luck! Texas Tax-Free Weekend is August 9 – 11. And many retailers hold sales on clothes and school supplies before, during, and after tax-free weekend. You might find more savings opportunities online at RetailMeNot, Rakuten (formerly Ebates), and Honey.

Some schools and PTAs sell school supplies where you just pay one fee for the entire packet. This can be cheaper than shopping because they get bulk discounts. Treat your kids to one cool or colorful school item of their choice to get them excited about school.

  1. Kick-start bedtime routines

The fact is that kids’ sleeping schedules fall off track in the summer. It takes three weeks to create a new habit. The first day of school will go better if students start their school bedtime routine at least a week before school starts.

Start small. Put them to bed 15 minutes earlier for a few days. Then move it back another 15 minutes until they return to their school bedtime. Do the same with wake-up time. Wake them 15 minutes earlier for a few days and so on.

  1. Designate a study space

Creating a study area to help the kids make it a habit to study in that area without any distractions. Stock the space with pens, pencils, crayons, markers, scissors, and other supplies. This prevents “I don’t have what I need” syndrome.

About Hays CISD for Kyle, Texas Residents

Students living in the Crosswinds community attend the following Hays CISD exemplary schools:

The district serves 18,000 students on 22 campuses. Residents have excellent post-secondary options in Austin Community College and its nearby ACC Hays Campus, Texas State University, University of Texas at Austin, St. Edwards University, Hutson-Tillotson University, San Antonio College, Trinity University, and University of Texas at San Antonio.

Be sure to take pictures on the first day of school. It’s amazing how much kids grow in a school year when you compare the first day and last day pictures. If you follow these tips, you’ll have a great first day of school in the growing Hays ISD in Kyle!

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Kyle Market Days Second Saturday

One of the most fun events in Kyle that everyone enjoys is Kyle Market Days. It runs on the first Saturday of the month from April through October. What can you do there? You can browse local vendors, catch live music, discover farm to market items, fill up on delicious food, and do arts and crafts.

To get there, just head for the “Shady Oak Trees” of the historic Mary Kyle Hartson City Square Park between Center St., Main St., Miller St., and Burleson Rd. The address is 700 Lehman Rd, Kyle, Texas 78640. Like most of Kyle, it’s just a short 10 minute drive from Crosswinds.

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About Kyle Market Days

It starts at 9 am and ends at various times, so visit the Kyle Market Days web page for current information. The next one is on July 13 from 9 am to 1 pm.

Every month, live local musicians perform music in the gazebo. July showcases Silver Mine String Band from Oak Hill. Also, each event presents a different theme and partnership.

July’s partner is Hope and Love 4 Kids. This Kyle-based nonprofit helps low-income families and children with special needs. They provide them with the basic necessities, comfort them in times of need, and uplift them through service and outreach.

One of the things they do is to collect school supplies to donate to these families. The theme for July is “Back to School Supply Drive.” Donate school supplies to help Hope and Love 4 Kids in their mission to support these families.

Upcoming Kyle Market Days

Here are the upcoming dates and themes for Kyle Market Days.

Date Time Theme
Aug 10, 2019 9 am – 1 pm Kyle Police Department “Back to School Safety Fair.
Sep 14, 2019 9 am – 2 pm Lehman Lobo Band Booster Club
Oct 12, 2019 9 am – 7 pm “Squeeze Me on the Square” Music Fest featuring Tejano, Czech, German, Zydeco, Polka, Conjunto and Cajun music all prominently featuring an accordion, or squeeze-box.
Apr 11, 2020 9 am – 2 pm TBD
May 9, 2020 9 am – 7 pm Featuring “Squeeze Me on the Square” Music Fest.
June 13, 2020 9 am – 2 pm TBD
July 11, 2020 9 am – 1 pm TBD
Aug 8, 2020 9 am – 1 pm TBD
Sep 12, 2020 9 am – 2 pm TBD


If you’re looking for new homes in Kyle, explore the master-planned community Crosswinds. Residents savor the natural beauty of the prairies while providing families with a place where they can connect with others.

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Water Safety 101: How to Stay Safe by the Pool this Summer

With summer in full swing, there’s no better way to cool off than with a dip in the pool! That being said, it’s essential to brush up on your water safety skills so your little ones can stay out of harm’s way. Get the most out of summer at our master-planned community in Kyle with these pool safety tips.

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Stay Nearby at All Times

The first and most important child water safety tip is to have someone who knows how to swim within reach at all times! Keeping a close eye on your child means that you will be able to react quickly if anything were to happen. Watching from the sidelines is never fun, so feel free to join your little ones in the pool! Being in the water together will provide plenty of fun and allow you to keep a close eye on everyone.

Fence Off Pool Area

If your young ones want to play outside, but you’re worried about them accidentally falling in the water, a great way to ease the worrying is to fence off your pool area. It’s also important to be sure the fence cannot be opened by little hands. This will not only prevent any accidents from happening, but it will also allow you to relax while the kids spend some time in the yard!

Enroll in Swim Lessons

Finally, the best way to ensure safety around water is to learn how to swim! Be sure every member of your family achieves the skills of water competency, which include being able to enter the water, get a breath, stay afloat, change position, swim a distance then get out of the water safely. If your child knows the basics of swimming, the chance of an accident happening in the water is significantly lower. Don’t wait, be sure to sign up for swim lessons near Crosswinds today!

By practicing these pool safety tips, you and your family will be able to enjoy summertime in Kyle, TX, while staying safe around the water! If you want to learn more about the amenities offered at Crosswinds, visit our blog. Ready to spend your summer days at Crosswinds? Contact us today! You can also connect with our master-planned community in Kyle on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Summer Events You Can’t Miss Near Crosswinds

As we step into summer, get ready for plenty of opportunities to spend time with family and friends in Kyle, Texas! Whether you’re looking for an action-packed adventure or a leisurely day on the lake, these summer events near our master-planned community in Kyle are sure to be a blast.

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Movies on the Square

Nothing says summertime quite like a movie under the stars! The Kyle Parks and Recreation Department is proud to present the 18th year of Movies on the Square, a popular Kyle, TX event. For the 2019 summer, the event has been relocated to Mary Kyle Hartson City Square Park. There are four Movies on the Square scheduled between June and August, with the first taking place on Friday, June 21. The featured film will be Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation. Check out the full list of summer events by visiting the City of Kyle Parks & Recreation website. Each movie will begin at sundown, and we recommend bringing a blanket, lawn chairs and snacks.

Kyle’s Independence Day Fireworks Show

Looking for something to do on the Fourth of July that’s guaranteed fun for the whole family? Join the city of Kyle for a celebration of America’s birthday with Kyle’s Independence Day Fireworks Show! The free pre-show celebration starts at 6:00pm at the Plum Creek Golf Course Clubhouse and includes live music from local artists, hot dogs and cold drinks. The firework show will begin after sundown, around 9:30pm, so be sure to find a spot early. If you can see the tall water tower next to the Hays CISD PAC on Kohler’s Crossing, you’ll be able to see the fireworks!

Kyle Pie in the Sky Hot Air Balloon Festival

It’s almost hot air balloon time in Kyle, Texas! Join us from August 30 – September 1 in the Pie Capital of Texas™ for a pie-themed, family-friendly hot air balloon festival. The annual Kyle Pie in the Sky Hot Air Balloon Festival will feature more than 20 hot air balloons along with live music, children’s activities, pie eating contests, tethered rides and so much more. The three-day Kyle Pie in the Sky festival is a great community event that provides fun for the whole family. Make your Labor Day weekend unforgettable with this summer event!

We hope these summer events inspire you to get out and enjoy the wonderful Kyle, Texas, community! If you’re interested in learning more about our master-planned community with ready to move-in custom built homes in Kyle, then contact Crosswinds today. You can also connect with our master-planned community on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Have a Sun-Sational Summer with these Sun Protection Tips

School is officially out, and summer is just around the corner, which means more time for all kinds of fun outdoor activities! To keep your family safe from the sun this summer, make sure you’re aware of a few sun protection tips and common misconceptions. At Crosswinds, we know that the sun in Kyle, TX, can get intense, so here are our best skin care tips for a safe summer!

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Apply, Apply, Apply

One of the most important, and obvious, sun protection tips is to wear sunscreen. If you want to ensure your kids are protected, you need to apply sunscreen at least 30 minutes before heading out in the sun. While applying, remember to cover easily forgotten spots such as the tops of feet, ears, hands and the backs of knees! An SPF, or sun protection factor, indicates a sunscreen’s effectiveness at preventing sunburn. It’s important to know when you need to re-apply sunscreen because you need to apply it more than once a day!

Sun Protection Tips Beyond Sunscreen

Sunscreen is everyone’s go-to when it comes to sun safety, and it’s a great way to protect you from the sun’s harmful rays! There are also other effective ways to protect your skin from the sun. The CDC recommends getting a shirt with tightly woven fabric to keep your loved ones safe from the dangers of skin cancer. Additionally, wearing sunglasses and a hat can protect your eyes, face, scalp, ears and neck. Another great tip is to always be on the lookout for a shady spot!

Common Misconceptions

The most damaging time to be outside is between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm, or during midday. Most people spend a portion of this time outdoors, especially those with children, which means you should always be thinking about how to protect yourself from the sun. If it’s a cloudy summer day, sun safety is even more important. Indirect sunlight can often be more dangerous than direct. Don’t be fooled by these common misconceptions, and if you’re ever in doubt, apply some sunscreen!

We hope these sun protection tips help you take better care of your loved ones this summer! If you are interested in learning more about outdoor activities in Kyle, TX or our master-planned community, contact Crosswinds today. You can also connect with our master-planned community in Kyle on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.

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Cross Plants and Produce Celebrates 5 Years of Business in Kyle, TX

Cross Plants and Produce, an independently owned nursery in Kyle, celebrated it’s fifth anniversary this March! The large, peaceful property is located five minutes from downtown Kyle, TX, and is very well-known in the area. If you’re ready to do some gardening in Kyle, be sure to stop by Cross Plants and Produce. Today, our master-planned community in Kyle is sharing a bit more information about this independently owned nursery!

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About Cross Plants and Produce

The Cross family made their dream of owning a nursery a reality when they moved back to Texas from Washington, D.C. Cross Plants and Produce sources only the highest quality stock from the local area. The Crosses love selling and sharing local plants and produce with the community, they even call each other ‘plant coach’! If you’re passionate about shopping organic, grab your family and spend the afternoon at Cross Plants and Produce.

Locally Grown & Homemade Products

All the plants offered at Cross Plants and Produce are local, which means they come from Texas and are already acclimated to the climate! Aside from the variety of plants available year-round, Cross Plants and Produce offers locally made products, like jam, coffee, pickles, fresh meat and dairy items, and seasonal products. At Halloween, the property is cloaked in orange with varying sizes and shapes of pumpkins. After that rush, it’s time to prepare for Christmas at Cross Plants and Produce. The Crosses go beyond just selling trees, each is named for fallen soldiers or first responders. At Christmas, the nursery also hots Santa Claus and a kid’s entrepreneur market. The inventory available at Cross Plants and Produce varies depending on the season!

Plan Your Visit

As if the plants and produce weren’t enough, the nursery also features two more attractions. A mini-horse named Shorty and a mini-donkey named Spot will be greeting you upon your arrival! Cross Plants and Produce is open year-round from Monday through Saturday from 10 am – 6 pm.

What are you waiting for? Gather your family and make the short trip to Cross Plants and Produce this weekend so you can start gardening in Kyle! If you’re interested in purchasing a new house to go along with all your new plants, check out our master-planned community in Kyle, TX. Contact Crosswinds today to learn more about our available homes. You can also connect with our master-planned community on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


Find a New Home at Crosswinds this May

Summer is just around the corner and if you’ve been thinking about making a move to Kyle, TX, you’ll want to keep reading! Find your new home at Crosswinds this May by checking out our homes available for immediate move-in. This month, we’re featuring Kyle, TX homes available from two of our builders! We’re also sharing a bit more information about a new builder coming soon to Crosswinds.

Highland Homes

Let Highland Homes help you take the first step toward homeownership! For over 30 years, this builder has constructed award-winning homes throughout Texas. The level of quality, customer service and architectural beauty provided by Highland Homes is unmatched by most home builders. Find your new home at Crosswinds with a home from Highland Homes, offering unique plans on both our 50’ lots and 60’ lots. As of May 23, 10 homes in Kyle, Texas are available for immediate move-in.

729 Nautical Loop

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• Available now
• Ashwood plan
• 2,111 square feet
• 4 bedrooms
• 3 bathrooms
• $295,336

Pacesetter Homes

Find your new home at Crosswinds with Pacesetter Homes, offering 18 distinct floor plans. Every home offered by Pacesetter features a timeless design, rich wood trim and designer-selected interior features, like granite countertops and ceramic tile flooring. Additionally, each plan provides a design suitable for any lifestyle with open living spaces and spacious bedrooms. Pacesetter Homes has 4 new homes available at our master-planned community in Kyle, as of May 23.

544 Nautical Loop

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• May 2019
• Actris plan
• 2,124 square feet
• 3 bedrooms
• 3 bathrooms
• $282,066

Gehan Homes

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Our newest builder, Gehan Homes, will be offering a variety of new homes in Kyle, with their Premier and Landmark collections. New homes at Crosswinds from Gehan Homes will feature 1,550 – 3,270 square feet encompassing 3 – 5 bedrooms and 2 – 3 bathrooms. Currently, no homes are available but be sure to connect with the builder to be the first to learn about available homes and model openings!

Are you ready to claim a new home at Crosswinds as your own? Summer is the perfect time to move! Contact Crosswinds today or visit us in Kyle, TX. You can also learn more about other Kyle, TX homes available at our master-planned community by visiting our inventory page. Stay up to date with all things Crosswinds by connecting with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Crosswinds is a master-planned community in Kyle, Texas located just 20 miles south of Austin right off I-35 that offers homes from the $200s.