Abandoned Farmhouse Near Gunter, Texas

While out on one of my random points on the map rural exploration trips I came across this old farmhouse set back off the highway hiding behind the trees.

Abandoned Farmhouse Near Gunter, Texas

Abandoned Farmhouse Near Gunter, Texas

This beautiful abandoned farmhouse was found off HWY 289 a few miles south of Gunter, Texas. This house has almost no vandalism, but it in bad shape and is dangerously close to collapsing on itself.

Abandoned Farmhouse Near Gunter, Texas

As for the actual location, I will not give you the actual location. But its easy to find if you are heading north on HWY 289 heading towards Gunter, Texas.

Abandoned Farmhouse Near Gunter, Texas

Abandoned Farmhouse Near Gunter, Texas

Abandoned Farmhouse Near Gunter, Texas

Abandoned Farmhouse Near Gunter, Texas

As you can see, this house won’t be here much longer. With the high winds and level of decay of this house, I did not go into the house. You could actually hear the place creaking and groaning during the high gusts of wind.

Abandoned Farmhouse Near Gunter, Texas

Abandoned Farmhouse Near Gunter, Texas

As  to the history of this abandoned farmhouse near Gunter, Texas, I haven’t found any and there weren’t any locals in the area to ask. If you know anything about this old house or point me in the right direction, please contact me or leave a comment!

About the Images

These images were taken late afternoon on a sunny and partly cloudy afternoon with my Sony Nex-3N with a Sigma 30mm f2.8 DN E Mount Lens, then I processed it with Adobe Lightroom to crop, straightened, and remove dust spots from the image. Then I post processed the image with Topaz Labs Clarity to add more texture, remove shadows, boost brightness, contrast, then desaturation the images.

About James

James spends most of his free time using social media and loves to teach others about design, web development, CSS, SEO, and social media. He is addicted to Wordpress, social media, and technology. You can reach him on his personal website, Evolutionary Designs Blog, Do not forget to follow him on Twitter @element321

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  1. Elizabeth says:

    The old Pelley house.

    • The Pelley home. Looking for my grandmother farm home that was moved just north of celina from the Hills ranch. Moved in the 1950s from count line rd just down from old Marilee church. Earl Lowery or Prebble Tucker.

  2. I love the old houses the property their on looks beautiful and the wood is gorgeous.

  3. this was my grandmother’s house!!!!

  4. This was my grandparents home. The best place ever for a kid to grow up in the country. Great memories with family. Love this old place!

  5. That’s my family’s old house. Everybody still calls it ‘the old place’. It used to be two stories, but has slowly collapsed down to where it looks like one probably within the last 8-10 years.

  6. Kassie McCool says:

    The house belonged to my grandma’s parents years ago. The land still belongs to one of my cousins. The family moved to a house a little closet to town, I think in the 80s. Those pictures are beautiful. Is there a way I could get some prints of them?

  7. Kassie McCool says:

    The house belonged to my grandma’s parents years ago. The land still belongs to one of my cousins. The family moved to a house a little closer to town, I think in the 80s. Those pictures are beautiful. Is there a way I could get some prints of them?

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