I will bet a few of you are ready for the home tour to be done. I’m known as a bit of an over-sharer so, my apologies. I just love our little Weekend country community and I am always amazed at the homes tucked into the woods an hour from Houston. Come visit!
Today you get to see the last four homes. I am not slighting them, I promise. One of the houses was the inspiration for the green color we painted our lake house. I literally knocked on their door and asked them what color their house was painted. They were gracious, and didn’t act like they thought I was insane. By the way, the color of their house was baked on the Hardee plank, so I had to guess on our color.
The Green House
This house is located right by the Aggie House. It was one of the first built on the cemetery circle. I love the craftsman style of the home. I could not believe I didn’t get a picture of the outside of the house. I will go take one and add it next week.
The green house has a nautical vibe. Did you know that Lake Livingston has sailboats? It is the second largest lake in Texas.
I really liked the bedrooms. The colors were very soothing. I think someone was naughty getting the house ready to show.
The Brown House
This house is right next door to the green house. The owners are friends and they have even put in a walkway between the two homes. The brown house could not be any more different from they Green House though. The brown house has a more formal look on the inside. The owner is a quilter with her own room.
The Mediterranean Home
This house is in a neighborhood that is around the corner from ours. The neighborhood has a marina and an RV park along with a very active neighborhood group. They have a pot luck every Thursday night.
The Last Home… Woopsie.
I honestly have no idea what happened to the rest of the last house pictures. I will keep looking.
I loved the back covered porch and the feeling of this home.
I hope you enjoyed the Christmas tour. All the funds for this tour go to scholarships for the kids of San Jacinto County. What a great cause.
Thank you for taking the time to read my blog.
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Thank you for sharing you Home Tour! It’s so exciting to see how other people express themselves and enjoy this special season.