This sprawling $2.35 million 13-acre estate sits on the left bank of a Dickinson Bayou tributary, across from that little shopping district with the steakhouse and the barber shop and the Dairy Queen. Past the gatekeeper’s cottage, you’ll find this 6-bedroom 2-story stucco home on the site, deep into a landscape of Spanish moss-draped oaks and crape myrtles. The home and its well-paneled interior dates to 1933, though a few of the interior floor coverings look like they might be a bit more recent:
Is there anything the creators of this luxurious Dickinson hideaway haven’t thought of? What more could you want from a 5,915-sq.-ft. waterfront home with . . . an actual wine cellar?
Oh. Well then this cozy barrel-vaulted house of prayer mounted high on the property might come in handy:
- 2010 Pine Dr., Dickinson [HAR]