- Farmhouse reflects personality of owners Three years ago Chuck and Sandy North left their 60-acre property in Farmland in search of a different school system for their grandchildren. Raising a second set of kids changed their priorities and their lifestyle.
- Bringing the old firehouse back to life When Lisa Singleton-Roberts lost her job earlier this year, she decided it was finally time to follow her dream. Having spent 14 years as a successful certified wedding/event planner, she knew she wanted to operate her own venue.
- Renovation continues on dilapidated tax sale house Faithful readers have repeatedly requested a renovation update from Emma Bowen Meyer on the house she bought at the tax sale.
- New life for Nichol Avenue home Kevin and Donna Hawes used to drive by a neglected brick home oozing with charm and think that someone needed to invest a little love and elbow grease into the property. When it appeared on the commissioner’s tax sale, they decided to become those people.
- Living room view seals the deal for Byers Bringing an unparalleled sense of style and elegance to an older house that afforded the perfect space and view, Bill and Cindy Byer have created a dream home they can enjoy for years to come.
- Love at first sight When Michelle Connell first stepped foot in her prospective home, nothing was cosmetically to her liking – but she fell in love anyway.
- Starting from scratch When costs to build on their Pendleton plot skyrocketed due to Hurricane Katrina blowing through, Mickey and Amanda Foley changed their plans and sought out an already-existing home.
- Hymes motto: 'Watch, learn and do it yourself' Driving by the only log home on the block, you may think that Larry and Debbie Hymes chose their house for that outstanding building material. In fact, it was the potential in the structure and the appeal of the neighborhood that caused them to take root in the small community.
- Blue heaven “My basement is the ultimate man cave,” says Ray Summeier, owner of Trustworthy Land Title, of his basement. “I have the best wife ever and she let me do whatever I wanted. I wanted a Colts heaven.”
No plain-Jane style for this couple
When Scott and Chrislyn Reed bought their home 12 years ago, almost every wall was covered with wallpaper. Now every wall is painted – but not in a plain-Jane color or everyday style. Each room is accented with at least one unique wall that leaves guests asking: “How did you do that?”
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