You can see that the house is built on a hill. It is at the top of a ridge and has beautiful views of the Texas Hill Country. It is winter here and the hill country gets colder weather than Pleasanton does, so I'll have to wait a few weeks until things start blooming and budding to know what is here. The trees in front of the house are Spanish Oaks. The house is built of the white limestone that is so prevalent in this area.
The previous owners put a lot of thought and detail into the building of the house. It's a great house! but we plan on doing some updating since the house is 18 years old.
Do you see this door on the lower level? This leads to my new sewing room! (I also have stairs inside that lead down to it.) It will not be first on the list for remodeling, but I will be able to use it anyway!
As we drove up to the house, some of the deer in the area were there to welcome us! It will be a challenge to keep them from eating my flowers and fruit, but we will enjoy seeing them!
I will keep you updated on our progress on the house.
Be sure to join me on February 5 for my day in the Don't Let the Door Stop You Blog Hop. It is running in conjunction with the She Who Sews Blog Hop. You can click on the button for either on the side bar to be taken to the list of hoppers. I'll see you then!