As 650 Winding Ravine continues to take shape, Stadler Custom Homes has provided us with some new drone footage to share with you. The home, which is being built to benefit the Military Warriors Support Foundation and the San Antonio Food Bank, will be sold with all net proceeds going to these two terrific charities. Kimberly Howell Properties is thrilled to be a part of this project and we’re excited to see the home take shape. The home will be a 4,814 square foot, four bedroom, 3.5 bath contemporary luxury home right in the heart of Stone Oak. There aren’t many opportunities like this left in Stone Oak and with all of the proceeds being donated to worthy causes, this home will be something you can be proud of for many reasons. If you’d like to schedule a tour, please contact Kimberly Howell.
The Military Warriors Support Foundation in conjunction with the San Antonio Food Bank is building an incredible custom home in Hidden Canyon for charity. The home, built by Stadler Custom Homes, is starting to really take shape and as it does, we wanted to tell you a bit about the home and the people behind it. The concept is to build a luxury home that will be sold with the profits going back to benefit the Military Warriors Support Foundation and the San Antonio Food Bank. Various vendors have donated their time or money to the project and will continue to do so through the build and finish out process. Our office is donating the commission for listing the home once the sale of the home is finalized.
The home will be a four bedroom, three and a half bath home with 4,814 square feet located in Hidden Canyon, Stone Oak’s latest gated neighborhood featuring high end homes in a beautiful, natural setting.
Stadler Custom Homes has been posting videos of the progress and we will continue to bring you more as this home moves closer to completion.
Want to help? Have some services or materials that you’d like to donate to the home? From tile work to light fixtures to decorators to finishing touches like artwork, the home couldn’t happen without your help. You can also donate directly to both through their websites: Military Warriors Support Foundation and San Antonio Food Bank.
You can also check out Ray Stadler’s personal video walk-through video on our Facebook page.
Please note: The original venue was 202 Majestic Bluff, but it has been changed to 21715 Rugged Hills.
If you like Indian food and haven’t been to Tarka, you need to check it out. Located in the same shopping center as Trader Joe’s along Loop 1604 (westbound frontage road between Stone Oak Parkway and Blanco Road), Tarka has established itself as a neighborhood favorite offering curries, biryanis, wraps, and other Indian delicacies full of the complex flavors and exotic spice that you’ve come to expect from that part of the world.
Each dish can be ordered with a choice of meat (as well as vegetarian options) and flavored to meet your spice threshold (the hot is pretty spicy, so back down to medium if you’re afraid to burn your mouth). Favorites around the office include their biryanis, tikka masala, vindaloo, and coconut curry. Of course you can’t have a curry with some basmati rice and garlic naan.
If you need a little something sweet, check out their mango lassi, a blended mix of yogurt and mango that is both refreshing and helps curb the heat of their spicier dishes.
Tarka Indian Kitchen
427 N Loop 1604 W, #101
San Antonio TX 78232
You can order online at www.tarkaindiankitchen.com.
Stadler Custom Homes is building a new home in Hidden Canyon, one of Stone Oak’s newest neighborhoods, to benefit the Military Warriors Support Foundation and the San Antonio Food Bank. The home at 650 Winding Ravine is starting to take shape and we can’t wait to see the finished product. Ray Stadler has been building new homes in the San Antonio area since 1995 and has been very active in giving back to the community. While we wait for the home to be finished, check out the video of the footprint of the home and the surrounding land in this drone shot aerial video.
Stone Oak is a master planned community on San Antonio’s far northside outside of Loop 1604 and west of 281. It runs through two zip codes, 78258 and 78260, and is one of the most popular areas to live in San Antonio. The original master plan for Stone Oak was filed in 1985 and over the years it has grown into an incredible diversity of restaurants, shops, and businesses sprinkled throughout the many neighborhoods that comprise Stone Oak. In 2012, it was estimated that the population of Stone Oak was 75,984, a growth of over 10,000 people since the 2010 Census (and a growth of over 55,000 since 2000).
Stone Oak’s neighborhoods offer a mix of styles and prices, with many communities offering gated security and in some cases guard gates. One of the best parts of the master planned community is the care the developers took to provide wide green medians with flowers, grass, and trees, something often lacking in large scale housing developments. These medians are meticulously cared for throughout the year thanks to the dues paid by residents who live in the area.
image courtesy of Sean Loyless