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WIMBERLEY CIVIC CLUB 2003 HOME TOUR
Friday and Saturday, November 21st and 22nd
10 AM to 5 PM

THE "IVY CLIFF" HOME

Looking as if it had been lifted out of an English country-side is the Parker home on Loma Vista Lane. Nestled among vines and greenery, the gentle, white, two-story house is one of the great treasures of Wimberley. Built in 1912 by a Captain Baker, then a pilot on the Houston Ship Channel, it was named "Black Bear Lodge" by the captain, for it was a rock structure with 20-inch thick double rock walls! In the 1930's the Lodge was bought by Louis Lowery, who added a second story and a spiral staircase. In the late '30's the house was bought by Edith and Lewis Saunders, who named it "Ivy Cliff", after the name of Mr. Saunders' ancestral Virginia home. It will be a delight to visit, decorated for Christmas, in all its historic glory!

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