A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Our Neighbor

Lake Limestone
Jewett, Texas

This is the gate to the property right next door to the park we are staying at.

I liked the rock work.  This must have taken a long time to make which means $$$.

The drive leading to the house.

From a different vantage point and another day I saw it was the garage/barn/workshop not the house.

The house is off to the side and I could see this much of it from the park.
All that rock work continues on the house.  More $$$!

From another corner of the property you can see the lake in the distance.
Yes, they had shoreline property along with a pier and decking.

A Google Earth look at Lake Limestone shows many more homes along the lake all with large pieces of property included.  I didn't look but I wouldn't be surprised if one of these "estates" probably cost the same as one house on a lot in California.


  1. Beautiful place. I love the stone gate. Looks great!

  2. The stone work is beautiful! What an estate that is!

  3. I like the large stones interspersed with the smaller ones in that beautiful wall. Laying stones like that is quite a skill.

  4. How about $800,000 for a burned-out house in San Jose? :)


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