A fine example of mid-twentieth-century, Hill Country vernacular architecture, the church and the grounds employ local limestone and traditional building forms that settle unobtrusively into this residential neighborhood. The wooden gable-fronted facade, detailed with battered limestone columns, sits on top of rusticated limestone side walls. On the interior, the exposed stone walls and wooden framing of the nave continue the expressiveness of the local materials. The landscaping complements the site and includes cacti and live oak trees and a more contemporary labyrinth constructed of limestone and crushed Texas granite.
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St. Michael and All Angels Church
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