Believed to be the oldest existing house in Cleburne, the Little Old House was built in 1867-68 close to Buffalo Creek.
The house, 409 N. Buffalo St., is one of eight stops on the in Save Old Cleburne’s 42nd annual Candlewalk Tour of Homes on Dec. 7.
Professor W.F. Featherston built the house for his sister, Elizabeth Pat Featherston Doty, also known as Addie.
The house is a Texas Historical Landmark, now maintained by Save Old Cleburne and The Johnson County Historical Commission.
During the Candlewalk Tour it will be open with craft and food venders for Christmas shopping.
The Candlewalk Tour of Historic Homes is from 1-8 p.m. Dec. 7.
Tickets are available at the Layland Museum, Heritage Home Vintage Inspired Living, Cleburne Chamber of Commerce and online at eventbrite.com.
Advance tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for children under 12.
Day of tour tickets are $15 and $10, respectively.
Save Old Cleburne is a nonprofit organization. The Candlewalk Tour of Homes is the organization’s main fundraiser for the year.
Meetings are the second Monday of each month. For information, visit their Facebook page, Save Old Cleburne.