Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Historic Home Tour.... :)

 So this last weekend was the Historic Home tour in Mesa.
My house was no where near ready, but Rio and Chase's house sure was!
Say hello to their adorable 1942 early ranch (that's what the historic peeps call it).
The two of them have worked their little tails off on this cutie...
and now they're going to sell it.

Let's just take a minute and admire the doxie photobomber  adorable striped chairs!!
Chase makes them! And you can have
them grace your front porch too! You can pick custom paint
colors to match your house. They are $295 for the set of 2 chairs and
a table- cute huh?? More info here:)


Just inside the front door..
Yeah, that girl of mine ain't afraid of color!!
Or animal heads:)
The original floors, windows and coved ceilings are beeeautiful!!




 The kitchen...


Huge walnut top, subway tile and floating shelves:)



The original arch between the front room and kitchen.




The hall bath:)


 And the almost completed laundry room. Just needs the
trim and crown:)

The master bath and bedroom are going to be finished in the next couple
of weeks! I'll be sure and post pics.
This house is a 3 bedroom 2 bath 1535 sq.ft.
$299k
 So hey, if you fancy moving downtown
into the best hood ever ....give Chase a shout.
 Or email him:)
Chase.Barrett@gmail.com

27 comments:

  1. Thanks for the tour!! It was wonderful!

    Just found your blog today and have looked through several posts...put you on my Blog List and will be back!

    Jan

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  2. Wow-what a great house. They should not have any problems selling this place. Looks like something out of a magazine!

    Pat In Chicago

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  3. Good taste def runs in your family. That house is absolutely beautiful ~ adorable. Love it!!

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  4. Love it! We live in a new house now but our first home was a 1945 one owner ranch similar to this one. Still wish I could have moved it and added on the much needed space and still call it home. Absolutely beautiful!

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  5. Beautiful home. LOVE LOVE LOVE the island.

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  6. Wow, like mother, like daughter..... sooo cute! I love it! Did they do a lot of renovation to it?

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    1. They did! Pretty much every room got a makeover:)

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    2. Wow, they did an amazing job! :)

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  7. What color of paint is that on her walls?? It looks either gray or kinda like a beige/taupe color. Thanks!

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    1. The body color is Anew Grey by Sherwin Williams.

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  8. i'd love to know the paint color too as it looks like a tan with gray undertones... please?? thanks. love the house btw...

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  9. It's called Anew Grey by Sherwin Williams.

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    1. thanks - it looks more tan in the photos... love it and their home.. good luck selling it... she's got her Momma's genes... lucky girl :-)

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  10. She obviously has inherited some good taste!!

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  11. My husband and I are interested in viewing the home for sale but in my 2 attempts of e-mailing I have failed. Could the name possibly be incorrect??

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    1. No I had it wrong!!
      Chase.barrett@gmail.com

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  13. It is just lovely! I adore the walnut top in the kitchen. We are wanting to do something similar in ours :)

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  14. Wow what a beautiful home! We are soon to be remodeling our 1940's ranch starting with the kitchen and I love how she used the 3 shelves in the kitchen with little hanging buckets for silverware. What a great idea, thanks for sharing.

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  15. So beautiful....I see that they used the Grey from Sherwin Williams....was the same color used on their kitchen island (great walnut top btw.......to die for!)....Your girl and her hubby found their calling!!!!

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  16. I had to catch my breath when I saw the walnut butcher block island...swoooon!!!

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  17. You have imparted SERIOUS talent and skills to your offspring. This house is totally magazine-worthy!

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  18. I love your sofa, where is it from?

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    1. My daughter found the couch on a local Facebook page where people sell their stuff:)

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