1115 N Cedar – the Geists’ Home
There isn’t much that Rich and Lorraine Geist haven’t done to their house. Find out more about the Geists’ home.
802 N. Olive – the Hoffarts’ Home
Hope Hoffart had no way of knowing that a forgotten cup of coffee would lead her to the answer to her prayers. Find out more about the Hoffarts’ home.
910 NW 2nd Street – the Hights’ Home
Lyle Hight says their 1912 Craftsman cottage was love at first sight for his wife, Jane. Find out more about the Hights’ home.
604 NW 3rd Street – the Shaws’ Home
Every day is a little bit Christmas at Rick and Sharon Shaw’s home. But during the holidays, it’s REALLY Christmas! Find out more about the Shaws’ home.
#14 Red Bud Lake – the Sextons’ Home
Built in the 1930s, the cabin owned by Jan and Ted Sexton at #14 Red Bud Lake is 500 square feet of inside that’s all about being outside. Find out more about the Sextons’ home.
510 NW 7th – the Marshalls’ Home
This house had it all, or so it seemed. It was missing one thing, says Dee. Find out more about the Marshalls’ home.