Where I Live: Walsh Mixes Small Town Feeling, High-Tech Resources In Metroplex – Patch.com

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January 23, 2022

In April 2018, our family made the move to Walsh. Our house was one of the first under construction. When we moved in, there were still more model homes than permanent ones. We embraced the pioneer spirit with a strong belief in the Walsh vision of what was to come.

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Fast forward to today, and we live in a vibrant community that has exceeded expectations. It’s a perfect mix of big city amenities and small town charm.

At the heart of the neighborhood is Walsh Elementary, an Aledo ISD gem that is a short walk from our front door. My oldest daughter Vivienne, 9, now a fourth-grader, was a part of the inaugural kindergarten class. Madeleine, 8, is a second-grader and Charlotte, 4, will be starting in the fall. The school is thriving and our kids love being Bearcats.

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