Decorated with Themed Rooms, the Ron and Gayle Weir Home
Nestled in a grove of oak trees on a cul-de-sac in the Eagle Rock section of Woodcreek is the home of Ron and Gayle Weir. The Weirs retired 4 1/2 years ago and moved from the Sugarland area into the house that belonged to Gayle's parents, Cliff and Helen Stephenson. They built the home in 1978 when they retired and moved from Corpus Christi. Her parents had both been raised in San Marcos and loved this part of the hill country. Since 2004 when Gayle's mother decided to move back to San Marcos, Gayle and Ron have been remodeling the home to meet their needs by adding a master bath and dressing room, a studio, utility room and a covered deck area.
The home is decorated with themed rooms, such as Texas bedroom and bath, the lighthouse bedroom and bath, and the Americana bedroom and bath. Their love of Texas shows up again in the decor they selected for the living and dining areas, and in the kitchen. The family room is home for their collection of Coke bottles and other memorabilia that they have been collecting for many years. Their passion for collecting extends to displays of Painted Ponies, Nascar models, miniature boots, Willow Tree figures, crosses, unique enamel kitchen pieces, miniature lighthouses, and miniature tea sets. You will find these collections throughout the house in various rooms.
Adding to the decor, the home will be decorated for the upcoming holidays with each room's theme in mind. Throughout the house you will find Christmas trees in every room and the many Santas and animated Christmas decorations the Weirs have collected over their 43 years of marriage.
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