Villas On The Lake

17578 Highway 105 West, Montgomery, Texas, 77356, United States
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Very Good
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Poor
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  • Families23
  • Couples0
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Blackened catfish $10.95Blackened catfish $10.95

Pecan Encrusted Shrimp $12.95Pecan Encrusted Shrimp $12.95

My Steak - 10 oz ribeye $13.95My Steak - 10 oz ribeye $13.95

Travel Tips for Montgomery

#4 Old Baptist Church (March 1902)

by grandmaR

The Baptist Church in Montgomery was organized 28 December 1850 with 11 charter members. This building at 301 Pond Street served as their place of worship for 77 years from its completion in March 1902 to 1979. It was given to the Montgomery Historical Society in March 1984, and now serves as the Montgomery Wedding Chapel. It is one of seven buildings belonging to the society.

The informational plaque out front has a picture of the Temperance March of 1918. The parade protesting the sale of alcohol traveled north on Pond Street where they paused in front of the church for photographs. At the time there were as many as 6 saloons in town. During prohibition, even the sale of sugar was restricted because it could be used to make 'moonshine'. Montgomery was one of the few places in Texas where sugar could be purchased without difficulty.

#10 - Davis-Jackson Cottage - 1895

by grandmaR

On the other side of College at 708 is this cottage built for Ida Morris Davis and Ilia C. Davis of native pine from Mr. Davis's lumber mill. From 1905 to 1916 it was the home of J.W. and Lockett Dean Simonton. From then until the 70s it was the home of J. R. and Mildren Rabon Jackson.

#17 Sheldon-Smith House 1858

by grandmaR

The brochure says that this site at 811 Caroline was purchased by John E. Shelton in 1855. He built the main portion of the house in 1858 for Capt. Thomas W. Smith, whose family owned it until 1924. It was later owned by Thomas Gay, Ken Whisenants, and is now owned by Richard and Mary Eckhart who have restored it beautifully.

The historic marker out front says:

The SHELTON-SMITH House

A part of this house may have existed as early as 1855, when site and improvements were sold to John E. Shelton. He was a master craftsman who built other fine houses prior to 1860. Shelton built the main portion about 1858 for his friend and business partner, Thomas Westly Smith (1829-1902), who later was a leading cigar manufacturer in the county. Smith and his heirs owned the house until 1924. A granddaughter added the dormers in a 1922 remodeling. The 1924-1970 owners were the Thomas A. Gay family. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Whisenant now (1976) preserve it.

The little added sign says:

This property was purchased in October 2000 by Richard and Mary Eckhart, who have restored the home and slave quarters.

#23 Campbell-Williams Home - 1890

by grandmaR

This house at 411 Pond street was built in 1890 adjacent to the Santa Fe depot. The original owners were Solon and Susie Gary Campbell. Because of its location near the depot, corpses shipped to Montgomery were often put in the hallway while awaiting burial. It is about half a block from the Old Montgomery Cemetery. The house looks a little as if it might be haunted.

We did not see or take a picture of #24 the Conner-Gibbs House which originally was part of the Brantly Settlement 8 miles south-east of Montgomery on Old Montgomery Road (FM 2854). It was purchased, moved to Montgomery to the northwest corner of Prairie and Caroline and restored by Joe Shockley in 1994. He owns and has restored several other buildings in Montgomery.

Experience storybook farm

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"One customers thoughts"

Betty Radcliffe’s daughter and son-in-law, Lynne and Mark Adams, recently returned from vacationing in Maui. Lynne joined her children, Mike and Shelley at Betty’s for a visit. Mike, 12, and Shelley, 9, requested a return visit to Lolly Farms Petting Zoo in Montgomery. The group had a great time petting and seeing the animals especially a two-week-old horse. One of the baby goats fell asleep in Betty’s lap. Betty and her family give the Lolly Farms Petting Zoo "four stars" as a great place for families to visit.

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