Candlewalk  2012
Candlewalk Home Tour Houses!

Brumbach-Jones Home
200 Wayside Lane
Joshua, TX
A Landmark in Joshua
In 1913 John Brumbach built the structure which has become a Joshua landmark, for
his love Estella located on approximately an acre of land at the southwest corner of
14th street and then unmanned street.  The spacious house has a wide L-shaped
front porch; 5 bedrooms, on with a wood-burning fireplace and ornate mantel; two
baths, a formal living room and formal dining room separated by sliding doors; a 16’
x 19’ kitchen, and many other unique features.
Cindy and Larry Jones, always loved the house before they ever saw inside!  They
are looking forward to restoring the home and bringing more love and laughter that
the Brumbachs had when they first built the home.
Docents for the home will be members of Fraternity, Pi Kappa Alpha and Sorority,
Sigma Kappa  from San Angelo State University.
Raffle tickets will be sold for numerous gift baskets. Photo Op with Santa Claus will
be available for humans and pets. Proceeds from raffle ticket and photo sales will be
given to a Charity.
This home is sponsored by:  “December Designs,” a Christmas tree lot in Burleson,
TX with donations of Christmas trees and yard art

Mertz-Korner Home
723 N. Anglin
“ The Queen Anne”
erman-born cowboy and banker, Christopher W. Mertz built this beautiful
Victorian home in 1892.  Considered one of the most beautiful homes in Cleburne,
the Anglin Queen Anne was built with three staircases and six large closet, a rare
feature in the 1890’s.  The interior details were of the highest styling of the Victorian
Ron and Margaret Korner purchased the home when Mr. Korner’s job required he
relocate to the Fort Worth area. The rest is history and the Korners are helping keep
the history alive for the Queen Anne.
In one of the 5 bedrooms hangs the lace wedding dress of Mrs. Korner’s
grandmother.  Oak woodwork, quilts, drapes, curtains, wallpaper, fabrics, textures,
antiques--all play the part in telling the story of the Victorian age

Osborn-Landers Home
702 S. Walnut
  “Country Christmas”
The house was built by M.C. Osborn in 1900.  Mr. Osborn lived in the house only 2
years from 1900-1902. In the summer of 2012, the current owner, Elaine Landers, a
Joshua resident had no intentions of moving from her home, until she saw the
historical barn-red home with cream and blue trim at 702 S. Walnut.  She bought the
home and within in 3 months she managed to have a place for everything and
everything in its place.
With its vast corner lot and large living space, she knew this was the place for her
antiques she had collected for years.  A beautiful oak fireplace with original tiles
stands ready to welcome guests as one enters the living room parlor. where Landers
displays treasures of the past.  The front bedroom, one of 4, is called the “Patriotic”
room, as it is decorated with red, white and blue accessories.  
Collections of antique wooden tools, wooden bowls, pottery, pie covers, quilts,
tables, chairs, and more saturate the home to create a vision of the past..
It’s a perfect blend for the owner … a spacious historical home and long-collected
and cherished antiques together.

Pearson Home
104 Bellevue Drive
New Never looked so good!

This new home was built in 2012 by Dylan and Allison Pearson.  The newlywed
couple designed this home with the desire to blend in flawlessly with the historical
neighborhood.  The home was built on the site of another house which was
demolished prior to construction.  But not without first salvaging many of the older
home's doors, hardware, and claw foot bathtub.  The exterior and interior design of
the house were heavily influenced by the Pearsons' commitment to preserving the
quaint and timeless beauty of Bellevue Drive.

The home consists of 1,437 square feet and offers 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.  
The outside of the home may look like it has been here for many years, however,
you can't help but notice the more updated, yet traditional style of the interior.
You won’t want to miss this house!
2012  Candlewalk   
Featured on

This year we have Carriage Rides free to
our Candlewalk Ticket Holders!

Heritage Home- Vintage Inspired Living
- 116 E Chambers   10-8
Antiques, Home Décor and Gifts. You
can purchase your Candlewalk Ticket
here. Carriage Ride will start at this
location.1pm to 7pm

Holy Comforter Episcopal Church -209
E Wardville      1-6
Believed to be the oldest standing
Church building in Johnson County.
Stop in and enjoy the St. Nicholasfest,
German dinner, and hotdogs will be
served, Crafts , gifts and a Holiday Bake
Sale. St Nick will pose from 12-6

Kaufman Leadership Academy- Irving
School-1108 N Anglin   1-8
Built in 1915 and known as the original
Irving Elementary School. It has been
brought back to life. Come in a see
Sleepy Reed's Wall Murals throughout
the school and see what Kaufman is all

First Baptist Church -1414 N Main  1-4
View on of the most outstanding wood
carvings of the Last Supper ever made.
Holiday Musical performances from
1pm -4 pm

“Little Old House”-409 N Buffalo  1-8
Always included in our ticket is the
“Little Old House” the oldest home in
Cleburne, built in
1867. The home is being restored by
Save Old Cleburne and Johnson County
Historical Commission. Decorated with
period Furnishings, we will also feature,
Friends of Johnson County, Save Old
Cleburne and Johnson County Student
Leader for United Way selling
refreshments and treats.

Layland Museum- 201 N Caddo   12-6
Stop by and tour the wonderful historic
displays throughout. Tickets can be
purchased here.

La Belle Ame Studio & Boutique 212 S
Main  1-6
Come by to tour our Salon/Boutique
located in a historic downtown late
1800’s  location.  Please
join us for door prizes and refreshments.

The Wright Plaza -1 E James St.  10-8
In the Historic Wright building. The
Wright Plaza shops are an eclectic group
that includes a café, boutiques and a
gallery. There is something for the
whole family.

The Market Square    

Whistle Stop Christmas-Hulen Park
Celebrating its 14th Anniversary. More
than three million lights illuminating
Hulen Park. November 19th- Dec 30th
beginning at dusk.

Holiday Gift Mart- 1501 W Henderson-
Conference Center 9-4
Shoppers will find a number of different
gift ideas ranging from jewelry, unique
children’s apparel, home décor, health
and beauty items, to Scentsy,
Tupperware and Pampered Chef
products.  This market will be held at
the Cleburne Conference Center located
at 1501 West Henderson Street with
doors opening at 9:00am and closing at 4:
00pm. Admission will be $2.00 for
adults, children under 12 free, and half
price admission for Candlewalk Home
Tour attendees. Each vendor will donate
door prizes to be given away every 30
minutes throughout the day

Chisholm Trail Outdoor Museum- 2500
S HWY 67   10-6
Featuring Indian teepees, life sized
silhouette cattle drive, an old windmill,
stagecoach station, the jail, their newest
addition- the School, where they hold
real class, and Wardville Courthouse ,the
oldest log cabin courthouse in Texas
built in 1854