Is there a fun historical fact about the land on which your community sits?
August Fields was named after August Timmermann Sr. August came to the United States at the age of 2 with his sisters Freiderika and Johanne, accompanied by their parents Christian and Willhelmine (Brandt) Timmermann. August was born in Lutgenade, Braunschweig Germany in 1854. The Timmerman family boarded the ship E. Von Beaulieu in Bremen, Germany, and arrived in Galveston, TX on January 1, 1857.August grew up in the Hortontown area where he attended school. He married Anna Kellerman on Dec 4, 1880, and they moved to a farm near Freiheit. August purchased the land where August Fields is located on October 2, 1899, from the Bock family, and they built a home on the land. August’s daughter, Leonie, lived in the home until her death in 1977. Terrell Timmermann, August’s great-grandson, purchased the land from Leonie’s estate in 1978. Terrell and his wife, Geraldine, held the land until it was sold and developed into August Fields in 2019.
If you could go in the future and hear one of your buyer's kids describe their childhood memories in the community, what would they be saying?
They made lots of friends in the community playing basketball and pickleball and going to their friends’ houses for sleepovers and parties.
What will your homeowners be doing on the weekends?
Shopping at Creekside, dining in Gruene or Downtown New Braunfels, and visiting the Comal River.
Give agents advice on what they could say in a social media post that would spark someones interest in your community.
10 minutes from Gruene and Downtown New Braunfels. A small, tight-knit community. Close to everything you need!
What nearby restaurant would you recommend if an agent and potential buyer were leaving your community to go have lunch?
McAdoo’s Seafood Company. Lupe Tortilla. Freiheit Country Store. Las Fontanas
Tell us why the last buyer decided to purchase there?
Perfect location minutes from shopping, dining, and hospitals.