Live the high life in a luxury student community at Woods of San Marcos, near beautiful nature areas and buzzing nightlife spots
At Woods of San Marcos, waking up for class doesn’t have to be a pain. Freshen up in your private bathroom, before choosing an outfit from your walk-in closet. Use the free internet to put the finishing touches to an assignment at the breakfast bar, before catching the private shuttle to Texas State University. On weekends, it’s an eight-minute walk to your closest bus stop, making it easy to get to college sports venues Strahan Coliseum and Bobcat Stadium on game day.
In the afternoon, come home through the building’s secure entry system. Stop at the cyber café to check emails on the way to your furnished apartment, then stack your books on your bedroom desk and head through to the kitchen. Pour yourself a cool drink and wander out to the porch to soak up the sunshine, and catch up on your friends’ news. If you’ve got work to do, seek the peace and quiet of the private study rooms, before relaxing in front of the living room’s flatscreen TV.
Later, cool off with a dip in the resort-style pool, or settle in for a gossip session in one of the river-view lounge areas. If you feel like a workout, hit the fitness center, practice your dunking on the basketball court, or challenge your friends to a volleyball tournament. With a washer dryer in your apartment, keeping on top of your laundry afterwards couldn’t be easier. In the evening, catch a ride out to Hays County Barbecue for some of the best Texas brisket in town, before heading home for a gaming session in the dedicated pool-side lounge.
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