1603 N. Kuney – the Hansons’ Home
You know how Santa Claus got his name, don’t you? This is just one of a number of Santa insights you’ll find at Mid Hanson’s home. Find out more about the Hansons’ home.
207 NW 10th – the Tompkins Home
When Alex and Holly Tompkins decided to buy a home in Abilene, they didn’t have trouble deciding which house. Find out more about the Tompkins’ home.
813 NW 3rd – the Clarence F. Mead House
Few houses in Abilene can claim stylistic elements as numerous and diverse as the Mead house. Find out more about the Clarence F. Meade house.
1600 Park Place Court
When you first walk through the massive front door of Bruce and Candy Dale, 1600 Park Place Court, you are liable to find your attention grabbed by the enormous living room, with its 12-foot ceiling. Try not to be taken in just yet by the upside-down Christmas tree. Find out more about 1600 Park Place Court.
1605 Park Place Court – the Weishaar’s Home
There isn’t anything coincidental about the home of Dennis and Teresa Weishaar, 1605 Park Place Court. Find out more about the Weishaars’ home.
813 N. Olive – the Scholl’s Home
How do you take a classic historic home, one that has been immaculately restored, and raise the ante? Wallpaper the ceilings. Find out more about the Scholls’ home.
519 N. Buckeye – St. John’s Episcopal Church
St. John’s Episcopal Church, 519 N. Buckeye, is what might be described as a building with more grace than its surroundings. Find out more about St. John’s Episcopal Church.