Kissing Tree set to open golf course

Kissing Tree, a baby-boomer community for residents 55 an older, will open its golf course this spring. The San Marcos, Texas- course and community is being developed by Brookfield Residential Properties, land developer and homebuilder with operations in 12 North American markets.

Kissing Tree is a master planned 3,200-home community located in the Texas Hill Country, less than a half a mile from Interstate 35. Kissing Tree was designed to fit the way baby boomers envision their next stage in life, with a unique collection of indoor and outdoor amenities, including The Mix—the community’s social focal point; an 18-hole golf course and 18-hole putting course; and hundreds of acres
 of parks, trails and green space.

Home prices range from $276,000 to $500,000, with a size range of 1,400 to 3,400 square feet. Every home can be uniquely customized with a finishes, options, colors and features.

The name Kissing Tree refers to Sam Houston’s gubernatorial speech in 1857 in front of a mighty oak tree in San Marcos, where he famously kissed several of the female attendees, creating a bit of a local legend. 

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