Winkler House

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Winkler House Castroville, Medina County Winkler House is a pristine pioneer dwelling dating from the colonization period of Castroville, circa 1845. The house is unique in that it has not been updated or remodeled. It has its original roof shingles, the tin roof added in the 1880s, and the original dog-trot log barn adjoining the… More »

Zedler’s Mill – SAVED!

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Zedler’s Mill Luling, Caldwell County The historic Zedler Mill site represents Texas' industrial heritage. Located on the banks of the San Marcos River, this architectural treasure was built in 1874 and originally included a sawmill, a gristmill, and a cotton gin. Today the Zedler Mill complex consists of the 1900 Fritz Zedler home and seven... More »

Congress Avenue Historic District

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Congress Avenue Historic District Austin, Travis County Congress Avenue is one of the most important and recognizable streets in Texas. Its birth can be traced to 1839 with Edwin Waller's plan to build Texas' new capitol city. Congress Avenue is and has been home to many architectural jewels designed by Jacob Lamour and other noted... More »