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Homes and Home Sites FOR SALE in the Villas at Cherry Creek. Homes Sites are selling quickly and only a few remain! Cherry Creek is a gated community, located just 2 miles south of downtown Farmington on Henry Street, within City limits and with city utilities. All homes are MAINTENANCE FREE, the Association takes care of snow removal, lawn maintenance and exterior villa maintenance. Community Amenities include Clubhouse, Resort Style Pool and 24 hour Fitness Center

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• 348 Cherry Creek Lane $239,000 • 433 Cherry Creek Lane $219,900 • Home Sites $27,500 *ADDITIONAL VILLAS AVAILABLE STARTING AT $189,000*

• Full basements • Oversized garages • Granite counter tops throughout with solid wood cabinets, with soft close drawers. • Very energy efficient homes with : blown insulation in walls and ceilings, Anderson Windows, LED recessed lighting, furnaces have an energy efficient heat pump • Solid wood and tile flooring •Tile Walk in Showers •Covered Back Patio and Deck • Fully landscaped and sod yards

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Beautiful two story home with detached garage and full basement. Entering the home the awesome 2 story entry (15x11) will take your breathe away along with the beautiful staircase. The main floor has a spacious kitchen with center island, pantry, separate dining room, den, hearth room with wood burning fireplace, large recreational room and main floor laundry. The upstairs has 4 bedrooms which includes a master suite with bath. The lower level has an additional kitchen area, large family room, bath, & additional rooms to use for your liking. There are so many great features and possibilities with the property. The home has an outdoor wood furnace, above ground pool, granite counter tops, and the possibility of a mother-in-law suite in lower level. The home has a large deck & patio, endless opportunities for great times with family and friends. Home is secluded, but has easy access to hwy 67 for commuting or heading to the city for recreation. You must see this home to appreciate.


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oving into your own place is a major accomplishment. Whether you are on your own for the first time, relocating for a job, or downsizing after retirement, furnishing your home and decorating is a large task and can be a little stressful.

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Choose where and how to spend your money wisely. The right choices will make all the difference to your own comfort.

Splurge Here Mattress: You cannot put a price on a good night’s sleep. Not to mention avoiding a lifetime’s worth of back problems, stiff muscles and achy joints. You don’t have to blow your budget, but spend as much as you can reasonably afford. Your health is everything. If you aren’t sleeping well, your mattress shouldn’t be the culprit. Sofa: Your sofa is not something you want to buy second-hand if you can help it. It will be one of the mostused pieces of furniture in your home, and your backside will thank you for not skimping in this department. rugs: A good rug will completely transform a room and generally is a key element to achieving the “cozy” feeling of a home. One with all natural fibers (think wool and cotton) will last longer than “blends” because they handle daily wear and tear like a champ. While size and material also affect price, a large natural fiber rug is an investment piece that will bring you years of comfort.

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sive retailers for a fraction of the price. remember, (outside of your sofa). you will only be setting There is no need to spend small items, such as a a lot of money on these drink or a magazine, on items. Statement head them, so sturdy construcboards can be DIY’d, and tion is not a priority. nightstands and side Accessories: These are tables can be found secthe pieces that update a ond-hand, or at inexpenroom through the seasons

side tables and additional seating in the living room

and are normally fairly trendy. Don’t spend a lot on these items because you will likely trade them out often. Art: This is one place where you could splurge, but it depends more on your taste. Is art your thing? While you might

decide to splurge on one piece, not all art needs to cost a fortune. Many great prints are mass produced and can be digitally downloaded. The most important question: “Do you enjoy it?” If you don’t enjoy it, it’s not worth a dime.


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sink vanity. Place a nightstand-like very element in your bathroom can be functionaltable by the bathtub to hold hand towels and bath salts. Prefer a and beautiful. southern or country-inspired style? If you plan to make upgrades, use a wooden ladder over a towel consider the following tips bar and a galvanized milk can for before starting a new project. your waste basket. Add Indulgence

Bathrooms are a utilitarian necessity, but we also associate them with self-pampering, which is why most swoon-worthy bathrooms remind us of a spa. Add a few indulgent features to your bathroom, such as a rainwater showerhead or a steaming system for your shower. Swap out your traditional bath faucet for a waterfall design for an extra touch of glam. conSIder FurnIture over cABInetry

using a piece of furniture in the more functional rooms of the house, such as the bathroom and laundry room, help those rooms feel like spaces in their own right and not something to be hidden behind a closed door. there is something “versaillesinspired” about using a dresser as a

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Bathrooms are often smaller than most other rooms in a house, and so it is easier to purchase a more luxurious product because you don’t need very much. Beige porcelain is out, and darker, natural stone laid in a contemporary pattern is in. Slate is great choice for bathrooms because it is waterproof and slip resistant. StAge the Scene

Bathrooms often get overlooked when it comes to decorating. you should consider the space in a similar manner to every other room in your home. hang artwork and arrange your toiletries in attractive bottles on shelves or on the counter. Are your bath towels in plain sight? consider rolling them instead of folding them for an easy spainspired look.

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PeSt ISSueS termites can be tempted to invade wet wood. Signs of a termite infestation include piles of wood shavings or traces of transparent wings. If you are experiencing an invasion, immediate attention is required. An exterminator can relieve your home of the pests, but

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A wet basement not only gives off a musty smell, but also can pose serious health risks to you and your family. Moisture in a basement plays a part in rotting floors, promotes mold growth and can even damage your home all the way up to the roof. Some problems can be easily corrected by diverting water away from your home, but others such as underground seepage or faulty storm drains, require more attention. Below are some common problems you face if you let water continue to impact your basement.

basement is a great place to add an extra bedroom or entertainment area. However, basements are prone to issues such as moisture and humidity.

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you also should have your home’s joists inspected for damage.

mildew will continue to develop even after removal.


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the Centers for disease Control and Prevention reports that exposure to mold can cause nasal stuffiness, throat irritation, coughing, eye irritation and even skin problems. People prone to chronic lung illnesses are at risk of serious lung infections when exposed to mold. Basements that suffer from wet conditions become a breeding ground for mold and mildew. It won’t stay contained to the underground room, but instead affect your entire home. If you notice mold in your basement contact a professional removal service. Remember, if you don’t fix the water issues, mold and

nearly all cases of foundation damage involve water. this damage puts the stability of your home and the safety of your family at great risk. Signs your foundation is already affected include wet walls, puddles of water running across your floor or stair-step cracks climbing the walls. Hire a professional to determine the extent of damage if you notice these signs.

SolutIonS unfortunately, there are many different causes of water making its way into your basement. Finding the problem can be a costly and time-consuming pro-

cess. A few things you can do to better your chances of a dry basement include: • Gutter extensions: downspouts that are dumping water less than 5 feet from your home should be rerouted. Add plastic or metal gutter extensions leading away from your home. this should be a temporary solution and used to test for ways to eliminate water entering your basement. • Sump pump: This involves creating a hole in a low spot in your basement and using a submersible pump to evacuate water when it becomes present. For a permanent fix, consider hiring a basement-waterproofing service. It will be an investment in protecting your family’s health and boosting your home’s value.

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Rug Basics Consider the following tips and you are sure not to go wrong:

and texture to a room. While solidWith very few exceptions, bigger colored rugs have their place and can be stunning, patterns are often is better. Smaller rugs can make a room appear smaller than it actual- better at hiding wear, as well as dirt and stains. ly is. Big rugs are also more foolThat is until you get around to proof: You can basically go almost wall to wall with a rug, leaving just cleaning them, which is a must for those with kids or pets. Patterns proa foot or two of border. The only caveat to large rugs are vide visual interest to a room, as expansive, open-concept spaces. in well, and are available in a bevy of these types of spaces, you are bet- unique options. ter off using rugs to define each Rug MaTeRial smaller space, such as a living or natural fiber rugs are your best eating area. Rug PaTTeRn and ColoR option for several reasons. They take Rugs are a great way to add color wear and tear easier than fiber Rug Size

blends and are often softer than fiber blend rugs. going with all natural fibers is generally a pricier option — but worth it as a long-term investment. Rug CaRe

Rug care seems scarier than it actually is. Vacuuming regularly helps keep dust and dirt from hiding in the weave (which can weaken a rug over time). Most stains can be removed with a lot of water and a bit of gentle soap. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions, as different materials may require special care.

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ugs are complicated beasts. They are not a place to skimp, as a good rug will totally transform a room. But they can get expensive quickly, and choosing the wrong rug can actually hurt your design and make a room appear smaller than it is.

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Just a hint of colour on the menu Nature’s colour par excellence, green is a rising star in our kitchens. It’s taking modern kitchens by storm, giving them a feeling of vitality and health. With a trace of yellow, green awakens the senses and instils a dose of optimism. Lemon yellow embellishes a kitchen and gives zest to all your meals. Chartreuse green conjures up the abundance of springtime. Vibrant and succulent, botanical greens bring nature into a kitchen. Apple green recalls traditional summer kitchens when blended with cream

and chestnut colours of country cabinets and wood trim. For a feeling of warmth, kitchens resort to reds, oranges and yellows to brighten them up. Just the right amount of red adds spice to a kitchen — it’s a colour that refines the senses of taste and smell, whetting appetites and conversations. An appetizing colour, orange is associated with the pleasures of the table and gastronomy. Daring and energetic, it animates a kitchen and stimulates the appetite. In vivid shades, yellow brings sunshine to a table’s pleasures. The colour of happiness, it dazzles and brings life to the whole area. Tinted with cream, it adapts to all materials and styles. It animates conversations and lends a classy, summery atmosphere. White’s richness blends with translucent yellow to inspire comforting meals and a feeling of intimacy. Just a touch of red lends dynamism to the kitchen and whets the appetite.

A subtle white with a touch of yellow, giving a warm, deep richness.

elegance, gray can be combined with other neutral shades for an urban chic atmosphere. Joined with walnut or other rich shades, gray brings out the beauty of the wood. Cabinets are painted in shades of slate gray, charcoal gray or gray on gray. Another very popular trend is mixing styles — associating rustic and contemporary elements and darker shades with paler colours. Combining both beauty and utility, cabinets with straight lines are embellished by marrying various materials and finishes.

Countertops, tables, islands... Kitchens are expanding, breaking down partitions and are becoming multifunctional. Of course, they’re still used for cooking, but now people gather there to enjoy meals, have long discussions, watch television or work. Therefore, it’s a room that must be able to balance its practical and aesthetic characteristics. The layout of a kitchen begs the question: How should various surfaces be distributed? Do you need working surfaces but also a table for quick

meals? You can better plan the layout of the room by first evaluating the needs that correspond to different activities. Countertops provide the basic requirements for a working surface. The area for food preparation is typically situated in the vicinity of the cooking area, usually on both sides, but with a minimum safety clearance of 30 cm. The food preparation area could also be found opposite the cooking surface and include the sink. It’s important to have a maximum amount of countertop between the two. If you don’t have a large enough working area you could always plan to install an island. This can be used for food preparation. Integrating a sink will help clear the surrounding countertops. Why not install a dishwasher there as well? On the other hand, if you absolutely need an eating area, a table with a few chairs has the advantage of being moveable when required. Alternatively, a mobile island, accompanied by stools, can be installed for greater versatility and can serve as a work area as well as an eating area. The versatile kitchen island serves as both a work surface and an eating area

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For all you chefs out there, the drawer is a function that should increase your comfort when preparing meals.

design is concerned, but Europeans are at least three years ahead of us in regards to materials, finishes, hardware and gadgets. It’s obvious that the kitchen of the future will run smoothly... on runners! Runners sophisticated enough for technically advanced drawers to slide on. Soon, the cupboard under the sink and all the drawers will no longer need to be opened by hand. Thanks to electrical assistance, they will be able to open by themselves; all you’ll need to do is to press the door with your hand or knee for it to open or close automatically. Many people are impatiently waiting for the arrival of motorised devices that can be fixed to the bottom of the unit to obtain the necessary impulse to open the drawers. The device can be used in new homes or for renovation projects. It will soon be possible to install it in all types of furniture with sliding drawers and all runner systems, no matter their format or weight, with or without handles. Just as with automated garbage cans, which are already familiar to us, these drawers can be stopped at any time during the opening process.

In the kitchen, innovation is not only in the realm of household appliances. The superiority of a kitchen is also demonstrated by the quality of its hidden equipment... especially its drawers! Sliding drawers, with stops and shock absorbers for safe sliding, have appeared in our kitchens only over the past few years. This innovation gives easy access to accessories, while gently and quietly closing. In Canada, this is the very latest “must” as far as practical

Cabinets that play with extremes

The latest cabinet trends offer the rustic charm of moulded wood. Lent dignity by the addition of cornices, corbels and medallions, cabinets are attached to walls where panelling and wallpaper with old-fashioned patterns recall the style of old houses. For a darker effect, cabinets display deeper shades to give them a solid appearance, which can then be softened by the lighter colours of other decorative elements. For a lighter effect, a kitchen displays more restraint by favouring tender whites that bring freshness, cleanliness and light. Soft, natural shades highlight a rustic style and stain helps maintain wood’s richness. The modern, minimalist kitchen offers clean lines and light colours and polished wood can flaunt its natural grain. This kitchen comes in subtle whites, rich in warmth and depth, often with a tinge of yellow. Urban fashions have led to the increasing popularity of gray. A passport to

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great outdoor space makes all the difference in a home. Give yours a makeover, keeping in mind the following tips and tricks.

Consider Your needs First and foremost, designing your outdoor space requires careful reflection on how you intend to use the space. Are you looking for a space to grill and prepare food? or maybe you desire a comfy area to relax with your

favorite beverage. if your space is large enough, carve out designated areas for both.

TAke The indoors ouTside Pick furniture in a design similar to couches and inside pieces, and arrange seating areas like living rooms. on the same note, be sure that you bring nature into your space. if you are designing an expansive patio, consider adding a pergola with lush greens growing over a seating area. Add large planters spilling over with bright flowers to your deck. The idea is to meld the indoors with the out-

doors in a way that marries the beauty of mother nature with the creature comforts of the indoors.

seT The Mood

Lighting sets the mood, and there are many options at your disposal. string bistro lights, add large lanterns to the deck and on end tables or trade outdated door sconces with new, contemporary ones.

Line walkways with solar lights for safe foot traffic and consider landscape up-lighting on bushes or larger arrangements. Tiki torches also can be a fun touch — and help keep pesky bugs away.

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The outdoors is the space to show off your creativity, so unleash it. There is something about fresh air and sunshine that pairs well with bright colors and bold prints. Look for an outdoor rug in a fun pattern and seat cushions and throw pillows in different, complementary hues. remember that you can replace items such as cushions and throw pillows every few years, so don’t be afraid of picking something too bold or trendy. by the time you tire of a color or pattern, it will be time to get something new.


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Bonne Terre / $389,900

Farmington / $185,000

Bonne Terre / $109,900

Beautiful two story home with detached garage and full basement. Entering the home the awesome 2 story entry (15x11) will take your breathe away along with the beautiful staircase. The main floor has a spacious kitchen with center island, pantry, separate dining room, den, hearth room with wood burning fireplace, large recreational room and main floor laundry.

You must see this spacious 5 bedroom, 3 bath home located in the well established neighborhood of Holiday Park! This lovely split level home has plenty of space for everyone and the layout provides ample storage through out. Upon arriving, you will be in awe of this beautiful brick front home with landscaping and attached 2 car over sized garage.

3 bedroom home with attached garage and unfinished walk out basement. The large living room and adjoining dining room with wood floors will make you feel right at home. Large spacious kitchen with lots of cabinets & counter space for easy meal preparation. The home has a large back deck and 16 x 11 screened in back porch.






Bonne Terre / $247,900

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17067627 Bonne Terre / $429,900

Beautiful 3 bedroom, 3 bath home on 4.510 acres in a peaceful subdivision just outside the Bonne Terre city limits. This home has been tastefully done with lovely ceramic tile, hardwood floors, stainless appliances including a convection oven, quartz counter tops, under & over counter lighting, and island in the kitchen. Enjoy the spacious master bedroom and fabulous master bath with tiled shower and jetted tub.

This property is truly a must see! Conveniently located minutes from Farmington this property offers the privacy and gorgeous views you are looking for while offering a location close to all the Parkland has to offer. With 12+/- acres this mini/hobby farm has everything you need to live off the land, including electric, well and septic, plus the seclusion of living in the country.

This gorgeous custom-built home is conveniently located minutes from town and sits on 6+ acres! Enter the home and you immediately note the expansive ceilings. An abundance of windows, including transoms, surround you with natural light streaming off the handsome wood floors. The open floor plan includes a formal dining room and kitchen boasting custom stone work.

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Terre du Lac / $234,900

Gorgeous 3 bedroom, 3 bath home on 3.06 acres in private location. This lovely home has a spacious living room with wood burning fireplace and separate dining room both with beautiful floors. The large kitchen has eye catching cabinets, lots of counter tops and pantry, a great place to prepare meals for family and friends.

18002243 Park Hills / $154,900

3 bedroom, 3 bath home with attached garage on 12 acres. An open floor plan with large living room, kitchen and dining area makes the perfect place for gatherings with family and friends. The large kitchen comes with all appliances and a large dining area that walks out to a deck and above ground pool for summer time fun! The living room has a gas fireplace to keep you warm on cold winter evenings.

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arranging Your furnishings


rranging your space can be the most fun aspect of decorating a home. small accessories can bring a room together and take a space from just being a house to becoming a home. Best of all, there are no rules.

Here are a few tips to get you started, but possibilities are limitless:

Use WHat YoU alreadY oWn It can be tempting to purchase every trendy new item to hit the shelves of your favorite local furniture business, but you would be surprised what fresh new looks you can achieve with items you already own. Go through your books and create unique arrangements by subject, or by the color of the cover. think outside the book shelf and arrange your favorite reading materials in stacks on side tables, dressers and nightstands. reuse the photos on a calendar, or be brave and dismantle a coffee table book and display the art in cheap frames to create a statement wall.

don’t take YoUrself too serIoUslY the books on your bookshelf do not need to be lined up in neat little rows, and

you can put more than books on a book shelf — a vase of flowers, family photos, candles or collectables. even a toy from your childhood can bring a sentimental element to your design.

don’t be afraid to display items you use daily, such as matchsticks in a cool jar or tea bags in a

pretty bowl or wooden box. Have fun and play around. some of the best designs have come from people letting go of preconceived notions of how things should be to see how things could be.

MIx It Up

If a room starts to feel

stale, switch out the accessories with those in another room. all too often we get stuck in our ways and categorize our belongings by room. switching them up is a great way to refresh your house on a regular basis without spending a dime.

once you start to practice these behaviors they will not only become habit, but also addictive. You will find yourself constantly redecorating and rearranging your rooms, which will leave houseguests amazed at your design prowess.

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This 55+- acre wooded property is what you’ve been waiting for! County road frontage, multiple home sites, and electric nearby. Easy rolling terrain with a mixed stand of hardwood timber, great locations for a pond & easily accessible around the perimeter by vehicle. This property has great potential to subdivide or to be as secluded as you want. All this, 5 miles from town can’t be beat at this price.

1460 Sq. Ft. West side home featuring two large bedrooms & two baths, laundry room, and a craft room that could easily be converted to a third bedroom. Attached 1 car garage with work shop provides ample room for tools and hobbies. Located adjacent to the park with basketball, baseball and the town pool right outside the door!

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1791 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and many updates. Expansive living room with fireplace, lots of kitchen cabinets, breakfast room, large dining room and a private master suite. Full, walk up basement features a 2nd kitchen, bathroom and tons of built in storage. Outside you will find an expansive deck, carport, workshop and oversized one car garage. Located on a large half acre corner lot with partial fencing, alley access and mature trees.

35 acre tract with old home site, spring, small pond and a year round creek. Property lays on both sides of a dead end county road, has marketable timber, electric and is only a few miles from the St. Francis river and thousands of acres of Public land. Would make a great weekend getaway!

Well maintained 3 bedroom home, just outside of city limits! This home is as clean as they come, featuring wood floors, granite counter tops, and updated lighting. The basement and breezeway provide a ton of storage space along with the 20x26 shop out back. The yard work won’t take too long, leaving plenty of time to enjoy the covered 12x16 deck. Don’t miss out on this great home in a fantastic location!

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Low maintenance, two bedroom home feature original pine trim, doors and cabinets. Spacious laundry room, sun room, newer vinyl replacement windows and central HVAC. Detached 12x28 garage, shaded yard and a good garden spot. Would make a great starter or retirement home, currently producing a nice rental income.

Two commercial buildings on Two commercial Lots! Low maintenance 31x44 block building and 48x70 metal building both located on corner lots. Endless possibilities for commercial use, storage or rental income with large gravel parking area. It’s hard to find commercial property at this price so don’t let it pass you by!

Great High traffic, downtown Fredericktown location between the Post Office & Thal’s Hardware. This level commercial building lot has a paved parking area with street entrance and alley access as well. This property would make a great location for an office building, hair salon, coffee shop, quick lube.....????? Buildable downtown lots on Main St. are few and far between, don’t let this opportunity pass you by!