Claremore Daily Progress

Community News

November 25, 2012

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

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The different style of this home is also reflected in Lisa’s choice of Christmas designs.  As an interior designer and a florist, she chose to create her own unique Christmas décor.  
The most remarkable thing about this home is the serious detail given to each area.  Nate and Lisa worked hand-in-hand to use their combined talents to create a one-of-a-kind home; something you expect to be surrounded by desert sand and tumbleweeds.  So as you leave Glenwood Estates and the Saylor Home, you just might catch yourself thinking, “Boy, El Azteca sure sounds good!”  Feliz Navidad!
 
• Chad and Misty Choat, 25116 S. 4150 Road
Nestled on sixteen acres, Chad and Misty’s home is a perfect blend of country and modern.  The home was built with a wonderful open floor plan in 1992, and underwent some renovations in 2005, making it the beautiful home it is today.  
The family’s two horses welcome you as you drive through the gate and onto the property.  Walking up to the house, the first thing you notice is the home’s beautiful front porch with inviting French doors.  The entryway has a gorgeous rock fireplace and a custom built-in bookshelf.  Glowing wood floors cover the entire entryway, dining room and living room, enhancing the natural light in the house from all the windows.  The kitchen is sure to be the envy of all the cooks out there with gorgeous granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and custom woodwork.  
Misty’s favorite feature of the kitchen is the door leading out to the front porch.  The cozy living room has another beautiful rock fireplace and a wall full of windows - the perfect setting for a fun-filled family night in.  An oversized back porch stretches almost the entire back side of the home, giving you a wonderful place to enjoy the outdoors.

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