Claremore Daily Progress

Community News

November 25, 2012

Junior Ocieleta Club of Claremore 29th annual Christmas Home Tour scheduled

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Also on the grounds you will find a four-car garage, above ground pool with decking and an office that houses the Brown’s business.  This is definitely an estate you will want to experience.
 
• Eric and Jamie Kennedy, 14851 East Fieldstone Drive South
Eric and Jamie welcome you to their beautiful newly built 2012 home that sits on one acre in the Fieldstone Addition.  As you stand on their spacious front porch, you feel invited to walk right in.  The tall ceiling in the living room adds space to their open split floor plan.  Serving as the focal point of the room, the fireplace will immediately catch your eye.
The kitchen is perfect for a family gathering or entertaining.  It features granite countertops and lots of custom cabinets.  Down the hall from the kitchen you will find this Cowboy family’s study decorated with OSU memorabilia.
The rich tones of the master bedroom’s décor provide a cozy feel.  Completing the master suite, the spacious bathroom features an oversized tub and separate shower.
Opposite the master suite are the other two bedrooms that belong to their daughters.  These very fun rooms are accented with lots of color and spotlight the girls’ personalities. 
This well-designed home is warm, inviting and lovely, but practical as well.  It will definitely get you in the holiday spirit!
 
• Ashly Snyder, 910 W. 6th Street
This special home is returning to the tour for a second year.  The quaint three-bedroom, two-bath cottage first appeared on last year’s tour mid-construction as part of a partnership with Habitat for Humanity. 
This year, Ashly Snyder and her son Cameron are proud to open the doors of their new home to show off the craftsmanship of countless community volunteers and to prove that good taste can be found within any sized income. Dubbed “The Pinterest House”, the Snyder home is beautifully decorated with Do-It-Yourself projects and low-budget, hand-crafted goods.  

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