Condominium at The Mosaic at Hermann Park – Just Sold!



1 bedroom unit with all amenities, including swimming pool, state of the art fitness center, 24 hour concierge, valet parking, complimentary shuttle to Texas Medical Center.

Other 1 or 2 bedroom unit available for lease or for purchase. Contact Amanda Nicodemus 281-380-5589 for more information.


Lone Star Community College

Lone Star Community College is located in Conroe Texas just a hop skip away from I-45 North and minutes from the Hardy Toll Road.

Lone Star Community College is offering Summer classes, including wordpress classes.



Ready to move in rental–29315 Binefield in Fox Run–Spring TX

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Three bedroom home located in Fox Run in Spring Texas.  New carpet, newly painted.  Apprx. 1,400 square feet. Spacious living room.  Ceiling fans.  New oven will be installed prior to move in.  Big backyard.  Pets are welcome. 

Call Amanda 281-380-5589 to schedule a showing.

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Riverstone has rescheduled its community garage sale to Saturday, April 6. Inclement weather cancelled the event originally set for March 23. The public can search for treasures 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at t…

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Avoid the Winter Blues by adding Vibrant Color into your Home

Break out of your color comfort zone this winter
(ARA) – At first thought, winter might not conjure up words like spicy, bold or sunny. It should, though, at least when it comes to the inside of your home. While it might be gray and dreary outside, infusing color into interior decor is one of the quickest ways to create a cozy, inviting living area. And winter is the ideal time to do it.
Adding a shot of color to a space can be done quickly, but it can sometimes be confusing. In fact, mastering the ins and outs of decorating with color can be downright daunting.
Although people love the idea of incorporating color into their homes, mixing and matching colors, patterns and textures can be an intimidating and overwhelming process,’ says Donna Schroeder, color marketing and design manager for Martin-Senour Paints. ‘Whether it’s wall paint, new furniture or accessories, consumers might not have the confidence to step outside of their ‘color comfort zone’ and experiment with shades they might not normally gravitate toward.’
So, how do you break out of that ‘color comfort zone?’ You can start by using available color tools such as those found in Martin-Senour’s color selector. Not just about wall color, it offers unique tools designed to help you balance the entirety of a home’s interior design as well as room-to-room balance and flow. From wall color to room accents, the color selector is a resource for complete home design.
Formal Dining Room

Formal Dining Room

Having a basic understanding of color and knowing what emotions different colors can evoke also helps. So, if you’re thinking about warming up your home this winter and are contemplating using a paint color that you’ve always wanted to try, but weren’t sure how or where to use it, these tips can help steer you in the right direction:
Red As the strongest color in the spectrum, red has the greatest emotional impact. Depending on the hue and shade, red resonates with passion, romance, energy and courage. In recent years, it’s become a popular color choice for dining room walls, but the drama of red is also ideal for entryways, living rooms and even bathrooms. The color combination of red with neutrals, such as tans and browns, results in warmth that is certain to carry you through those cold months.
Orange Orange has evolved throughout the years; think terracotta and copper tones. It enlivens any space and can easily take center stage as a primary wall color, or as an accent color to give a refreshed decor a bit of much-needed punch. When paired with blues or purples, a spicier orange can be very powerful. For a more subdued effect, combine it with warmer colors like reds and deep, welcoming greens.
Yellow There is no better color to radiate warmth in your home than yellow, but don’t underestimate the intensity of this color. Bright, strong yellows on walls are almost always best saved for an area like the kitchen because they are said to increase attentiveness and have ‘wake up’ qualities. Creamier yellows – think the paleness of fresh butter – are popular in living rooms and can even translate well into bedrooms when joined with a classic red or blue.
Purple Purples have a powerful connection with our spiritual and introspective side. Because purple has varying degrees Lavender creates a calm atmosphere in the bedroom.Lavender creates a calm atmosphere in the bedroom. of red and blue in it, it’s easily paired with many complementary colors such as yellow, orange and softer greens. When slightly redder, purple can be vivacious and exciting; when slightly bluer it can be restful. If you’re using purple for a room, decide whether the room is designed to entice drama, as with an eggplant-hued purple, or cast an air of relaxation and reflection, as found in a hydrangea shade.
Red, orange, yellow or purple, no matter what color you decide to use to help shut out those dark, chilly winter days, keep in mind that all colors can evoke powerful effects in any room. Understanding the basic building blocks of color can help you harness that power and create the stunning color schemes you’ve always wanted.

Lavender creates a calm atmosphere in the bedroom.

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14 DAY LILY The Woodlands Texas


Gorgeous updated beauty in Capstone Forest! Tons of updates including wood floors, custom paint, kitchen island w/granite & gas cooktop, tile flooring, light fixtures & door hardware, master bath shower, A/C & furnace, dishwasher, garage floor epoxy. Large 2 car Porte-cachere, oversized garage w/workshop, full pool bath & 750+ sf of ADDITIONAL finished living area over the garage/porte-cachere, including a separate room w/french doors & wood floors…perfect for college kids/office/gym.

Call Amanda Nicodemus 281-380-5589 to schedule a showing or for more information.

9107 Godstone – Champion Forest – Spring Texas


9107 Godstone.

Completely UPGRADED 2-Story 4 bedroom home located in a  cul-de-sac lot in desirable Champion Forest.  New Hardy-Plank installed 2-3 yrs ago with fresh paint. Neutral Colors throughout home – New Tile – New Carpet – New Granite Counters & Sinks in Kitchen and Full Bathrooms – New stove cook top –  Formal Living and Dining – Large Den with fireplace and wet bar – Walking distance to Brill Elementary with access from cul-de-sac – Klein Schools.

Call Amanda Nicodemus to schedule an appointment 281-380-5589.