Joel Osteen has been selling his home on South Dakota’s Gold Rush for years.
His original home sits in a quiet section of the Gedbo River, in the rural community of Lubbock.
The Osteens, who have been married for 20 years, live with their two children, Adam and Jacob, and his wife, JoAnn.
Ostees house was built in 1912 and has been a popular vacation spot for generations of his family.
He was a fixture at the Gold Rush events in the 1920s and 30s, and was famous for his “bird house” that was built to resemble a bird nest in the center of the house.
The bird house was meant to mimic the birds nesting grounds and a lake, and Osteans family members were known to go swimming on the lake.
Joel and JoAnn Osteenes children Adam and Adam’s dog, Lolo, played at the house with the Osteenses.
The home has also served as a backdrop for Joel’s other houses.
Joel’s daughter, Jill, now works as a local TV news anchor for KXIS.
He is also an honorary member of the Kwik-E-Mart chain.
The house is described as “a very cozy, quiet, very peaceful and beautiful house.”
Joel’s house has become a tourist attraction, and he even had a special guest for his birthday last year.
A group of friends and family members paid $1,000 for the home in the spring of 2017.
The family has also enjoyed a long and rewarding career as a farm owner.
In addition to his farm, Joel owns several other properties, including a ranch in New Jersey, and a farm in the U.K. Joel also owns a home in New Mexico and has a large cattle ranch in California.
He and his family also own a ranch on the border of Mexico and the U