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For more information, see Realtors’ office ads for open house times. SATURDAY, FEB. 13

SUNDAY, FEB. 14

EAST Risner & Associates Realty Inc. 3155 Avenue of the Parks Hope Margelot

WEST L. Steve Castlen Realtors 512 Graystone Drive Cheryl Contratto

WEST Home Realty Inc. 2119 Griffith Place West Gordon Barnett

Tony Clark Realtors 1410 Kingsbrooke Lane Angela Clark

Tony Clark Realtors 694 Rand Road Angela Clark

Home Realty Inc. 2229 Turnbury Cove Connie Lou Barnett

Real Estate Transfers The following real estate transfers were recorded between Jan 22-28, 2021: Jagoe Homes Inc. to Jonathan and Crystal Williamson, $322,705 6294 Waterfield Drive, Brad Payne and Megan Yeckering to Gary Thompson, Jr., $139,900 2505 Whirlaway Drive, Florence Worobetz to Willene Nard and Echanda Nard, $179,900 2939 Summer Point Court, Derrick and Rachel Millay and Alicia Flaim to Olivia and James Thomason, $237,500 508 Camden Circle, James and Olivia Thomason to Michaela Jones, $181,000 2935 Asbury Place, Carroll and Barbara Sites to Nai Lao and Nan Siang, $144,900 3305 Hummingbird Loop South, Ray and Jenny Jones and MSL Investments LLC to Michael Sturgeon and Autumn Ashley, $140,200 1731 Lee Court, EDM Property Management LLC to Jessica Scotti, $60,000 2153 Griffith Avenue, Town and Country Enterprises LLC to Aaron Meyer,

$265,000 2737 Daviess Street, Champion Homes LLC to Jason and Jamie Dill, $129,000 2558 Dillard Court, Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Homes Inc., $36,900 2558 Dillard Court, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Beverly Sharp, $211,325 4145 Little Bluestem Drive, Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Homes Inc., $36,750 4145 Little Bluestem Drive, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Beau and Kailey Worth, $245,255 322 Elm Street, Ronald and Lisa Hayden to Johnathon and Breanna Brown, $154,500 4110 Fogle Drive, Jerome Rosner to Poonam Gollen, $122,500 710 Gracian Street, Jimmie and Brenda Carneal to Local Properties Holdings LLC, $36,000 The following real estate transfers were recorded between Jan. 29 to Feb. 4, 2021:

833 Alexandria, Debra and Arthur Herreld to David and Leigh Castlen, $535,000 2512 Triple Crown Way, Virginia Shelton to Sandra McKinley, $177,000 106 West 20th Street, Leslie McKay and Frederick Douglas to Dream Design LLC, $75,000 9122 KY-405, Wilton and Sheila Powell to Barbara and Carroll Stites, $159,900 1700 Lock Avenue, James Calhoun to Harini Cardwell, $50,000 4565 Bridle Ridge Court, David and Leigh Decker to Clarissa Smith, $285,000 3330 Imperial Place, The Estate of Roger Sanders to WDS Properties LLC, $145,000 7850 Saur Road, Devin Taylor to Jody and Patricia Beavin, $390,000 2663 Cherry Blossom Court, Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Homes Inc., $30,225 2663 Cherry Blossom Court, Jagoe Homes Inc. to Ethan Williams, $188,995 420 Clay Street, John and Kara Foster to Zachary and Kennedy Hayden, $72,000

85 Woodford Avenue, Agnes Lewis to Latera Carrethers, $105,000 1435 West 12th Street, David and Rachel Jackson to Robin Carter and Christopher Carter, $150,000 1704 Gobler Ford Road, Jimmy and Mary Calhoun to Sharla Yonker, $164,900 1819 West 2nd Street, Stepping Out LLC to Fresh Start for Women Inc., $410,00 1807 West 2nd Street, Robin Brown to Fresh Start for Women Inc., $92,881 3965 Little Bluestem Drive, Deer Valley Subdivision LLC to Jagoe Home Inc., $36,750 3965 Little Bluestem Drive, Jagoe Homes Inc. to David and Leigh Decker, $325,607 1323 Carter Road, WZR Rentals LLC to Ana Martinez, $67,000 6212 Old Highway 54, David and Jennifer Garber to Jackie Price, $25,687 2405 South Cherokee Drive, Raina Fauste to Paul Fenwick, $163,000


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$825,000

104 E 4th Street

Fantastic opportunity and a great location right in the heart of Downtown Owensboro Kentucky across from City Hall and the Post office. Sale includes (104 East 4th St.-7,292 Sq Ft office building, 112 East 4th St.-3,888 Sq Ft Victorian house and a 5 unit apartment building-2,743 Sq Ft, which totals approximately .982 acres with a large parking lot area for tenants and employees. Gross income potential of over $100,000 annually. Call Hope Margelot 270316-5476 or JoAnn Risner 270-5703939. MLS#80141

$579,000

991 W. 1st Street

Beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 bath home completely remodeled home with a magnificent view of the great Ohio River. Beautiful landscaping, covered patio, within walking distance of the Downtown Riverfront with live entertainment, restaurants, and shopping. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939. MLS#79797

$349,000

Former McAtee Department Store bldg. in Owensboro's downtown. Excellent Condition. New roof & HVAC systems in 2016. Each floor is unique & the building is well suited for multiple users & easily modified to accommodate retail, boutique hotel and/or restaurant uses. Connected directly to the parking garage. Adjacent to the Riverpark Center, Museum & downtown businesses, restaurants, shopping, park, riverfront, hotels, & convention center. Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939. MLS#76897

$4,000,000

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270-9261400

121 E. 2nd Street

$279,900

1328 W. 4th Street

Great location on corner lot w/over 3,000 sq.ft. commercial building in a high traffic area. Being used as Maglinger Art & Frame Shop. Totally remodeled in 2006, heating, cooling, plumbing, & electrical. Near bustling downtown & live entertainment, restaurants, & shopping. Inventory that is present at time of purchase will be included. There are two lots that go with this property & are located directly behind property. 421 Frayser Ave. (64x50) & is an all paved lot. And 1331 W. 5th St. lot & building (45x139). Call JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939 MLS#79761

$129,000

JoAnn Risner Broker/Owner

Stephanie Miller Realtor®/Broker

Joetta O'Brien Realtor®

Pat O’Brien Realtor®

270-570-3939 270-929-3140 270-313-3032 270-929-0838

Hope Margelot Realtor®

270-316-5476

Carolyn Niehaus Realtor®

270-702-1315

Jim Yeckering Realtor®

270-836-4440

REDUCED! $305,900 REDUCED! 120 E 4th Street Corner lot across from City Hall. Is Zoned B2 (Commercial). Call Hope Margelot 270-316-5476 or JoAnn Risner 270-570-3939. MLS#80142

808 Frederica, Unit#1

Updated townhouse near downtown. 3BR/3BA Hardwood flooring, granite countertops. Private setting. Call JoAnn Risner (270) 570-3939. MLS#79955

OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY 2-13 • 11-1PM

NEW!

703 Griffith Ave.

This Charming Griffith Ave. Home is waiting for you in Owensboro, KY. You will find so much character galore with 5 bedrooms, 4 baths that will capture your interests starting with beautiful flooring, tall triple tray ceilings, a formal dinning room & living room, a large kitchen w/2 walk in pantries, archways and has opportunity for a Master Bedroom on both levels! Exterior Crane boarding for added insulation. Estimate available upon request for a 2 car garage and new driveway. MLS#80713.

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$189,900

3155 Avenue of the Parks

If you are looking for a move in ready home look no further!!! This is a one owner home in a highly desired neighborhood located in the Heartlands, conveniently located off HWY 54. Home has been recently updated with new flooring, paint in 2021 and stainless steel appliances in 2018. One level living with 3 bedrooms 2 full baths and is a split concept. Don't let this one get away! Call Hope Margelot 270-316-5476. MLS #80708

1010 Frederica St., Owensboro, KY. 42301 • (270) 926-1400 • joannrisner@email.com • RISNERREALTORS.COM


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P E R S O N A L S PA C E

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PHOTOS BY GREG EANS MESSENGER-INQUIRER

COVER PHOTO COURTESY OF ANGELA CLARK

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TONY CLARK REALTORS

arms are a curious thing. They’re often a mix of topical beauty, in-ground resources and deep wells of history. For the Lovett family, their nearly 500-acre farm on Schafer Camp Road is heavily vested with all three. Schafer Camp Road juts off of Kentucky 2181 east of Knottsville. The Lovett family’s property begins around the dead-end part of the road

and encompasses about 351 acres in Daviess County and around 119 acres stretching into Hancock County. When Gordon Lovett retired in the 1960s from a 20-year career with the U.S. Army, he and his wife, Marie, purchased this property straddling the Daviess and Hancock county lines, intending to make it their full-time residence. But family obligations called them to instead put down their stakes in Georgia, and so the farm east of Owensboro became their favorite vacation spot. Why did the Lovetts choose this area? Marie descends from original settlers of Knottsville, and so this land is close to her family. It’s also steeped in history: Atop one of the hills, the

remnants of an early settler’s home (known as the Hazel house) can be seen. Most of all, the farm offers the best of country life: timbered forests, fertile farmland, rolling pastures and open fields perfect for keeping horses. The large pond offers fishing opportunities, and the Lovett family enjoyed hunting whitetail deer and turkey on the farm, which includes a three-bed, two-bath hunting cabin and multiple strategic locations for hunting stands. It also has a 30-by-40-foot metal outbuilding for storage and the remnants of an old tobacco barn. There are oil and gas leases on the property, and the Lovetts have retained the land’s above- and

below-ground mineral rights. As Gordon prepared for his eventual passing in August 2020, he made plans to sell the family’s beloved Kentucky farm. Although it continues to hold treasured memories of visits each fall from Georgia, it’s time for the farm to go to new owners. It’s a bittersweet task for the Lovett children, who enjoyed those visits as much as their parents. Leslie Robinson, Gordon and Marie’s youngest daughter, remembers her father often reciting this refrain: “Lord, bring us back to Kentucky.” For more information on this listing, contact Angela Clark with Tony Clark Realtors.


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(270) 926-4203 2315 Frederica St.

Nathan Johnson

Betsy Garant

Rose Castlen Garant

Mike Garant

Connie Jo Molen

270-993-6548

270-570-0638

270-926-4203

270-570-5454

803-261-0576

Realtor

Realtor

PENDING 5930 OLD HWY 54; PHILPOT, KY

Remodeled move in ready home in great location sitting one acre. Granite countertops and new cabinets in kitchen with new stainless appliances. Open kitchen and dining room areas. New flooring throughout. New light fixtures. Spacious remodeled bathrooms. Lots of closet space. Nice sized unfinished basement. Enjoy the weather on the large back deck. New windows. Two car detached garage. Not in flood area. Large laundry room. New heat/air, new plumbing and electrical. Newer roof. Call today for your showing. MLS # 80319

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FOR SALE 1013 HOLLY AVE Nice 3 Bedroom home with updated flooring and roof. Spacious bathroom. Two car garage. Refrigerator included. Vacant. 925 SQ FT. Call for showing today. MLS # 80434

PENDING/BUYING SIDE

PENDING

4601 OLD HARTFORD RD.

2117 GRIFFITH AVE.

This 3 bedroom 2.5 home located conveniently on the EAST side of town is very nice. Beautifully updated throughout including the bathrooms. As well, there is also not one but TWO gas fireplaces!! Large fenced in yard complete with a storage building and privacy fence. Easy to show!!!! Make your appointment today!!!

Great home and shows nice and clean. Brick 3 bedroom home, covered back porch, nice back yard, fish pond, shed. Roof only five years old. Heating and cooling 2 years old. Easy access to attic in garage. Garden space. New vanity in half bath. Jack and Jill Bedrooms. Fireplace in living room. Lots of natural light in home. MLS # 80616

MLS # 80479

SOLD

PENDING

10469 MAIN CROSS ST.

729 FARGO ST.

Take Hwy 54 to Whitesville turn right on Hwy 764.

Just updated with new paint and great looking flooring,

The home is located across from the church and the school, with a large front porch. Ready for you to move into? 9” ceilings height, Shared driveway,

RENTAL 565 RAINTREE 3 bedrooms-2 bath. Rent: $895.00. Application fee: 25.00. Living Room,

this 4bd 2ba has a lot of what you’re looking for. A great yard, a 2 car garage, and great living space with living and family rooms. It also features a spacious laundry room. Out back you’ll find a spacious

roof 6 years old, water heater.

yard and garage - tons here for the money.

MLS # 79616

MLS # 80424

THINK ING OF SELLING?

V i s i t H O U S E VA L U E S . C O M f o r a FREE Home Valuat ion!

Kitchen, 2 car detached garage, 1 Car attached garage. Utilities: OMU and Atmos. Appliances: Stove, Refrigerator, Dishwasher, and Washer-Dryer Hookup

(270) 926-4203

www.OwensboroRoseRealty.com

(270) 926-4203


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How to grow quality vegetable transplants BY ANNETTE MEYER HEISDORFFER

DAVIESS COUNTY COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE

Cold temperatures remind me it is winter, but I am looking forward to vegetable gardening. Supply and seed catalogs, along with online advertisements, tempt us to start vegetable transplants now, but it is still too early to start most of them in our area for planting outdoors. However, gather supplies and consider when to plant seeds, light requirements, temperature levels, and moisture needs to grow quality transplants. Determine when to start planting seeds indoors for transplanting outside by checking the desired date to plant them into the garden and counting back the number of weeks it takes to grow the transplants. Cool-season crops such as cabbage, which tolerate light frosts, can be transplanted outside starting around March 15, depending on weather. Within 5 to 7 weeks, plants are ready for the garden. Start these seeds beginning Feb. 3, which provides six weeks of growing

time. Broccoli seeds should be started two weeks later. These crops bolt and ruin when the weather turns hot. This means the latest target date to plant them in the garden is the beginning of April. Since peppers and eggplants are very sensitive to cool soil and air temperature, plant them in the garden the first week of May. Plants are ready for the garden six to eight weeks after seeding. They can be started about March 10. Tomato plants can be transplanted into the garden starting the last week in April. Tomato seeds will be ready for the garden four to six weeks after seeding; sow them around March 24. Like pepper and eggplant, tomato is a warm-season crop. Be ready to cover them if frost is predicted after transplanting. Since cucumber, muskmelon, squash, and watermelon require warm temperatures to grow, transplant them into the garden after May 1. Sow seeds around April 15; they will be ready to transplant in two to three weeks. For starting cabbage, broccoli, eggplant, pepper, and tomato seeds, use an artificial growing medium of peat moss and perlite or a commercial seedling mix available at garden centers. These types of media do not contain

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disease-causing pathogens that may harm the emerging seedlings. Add water to the growing medium to moisten the amount needed. Take a plastic tray or container, such as the bottom of a milk jug or plastic sandwich container, poke holes in the bottom, and fill it with moistened medium. Dry medium is difficult to moisten evenly after placing it in a container. Sow seeds in rows within the container, or broadcast seeds over the growing medium. Lightly cover the seed with dry growing medium, and moisten the soil with water to remove air pockets around the seed. Place the seeded container in a plastic bag to keep the top of the growing medium from drying out quickly. Keep them at room temperature until seedlings begin emerging, then remove the plastic bag and place the container in a suitable growing area. The average windowsill usually does not get enough light and needs to be supplemented artificially. Use cool white fluorescent lamps alone, a mixture of cool white and warm white fluorescent lamps, or a mixture of cool white and plant growth fluorescent lamps. LED lights can be used, too. A variety of light stands are available at different prices or can be made. Lamps can be

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placed in fixtures, such as a shop light mount, and placed on a stand which allows for raising and lowering the fixture. Locate lamps 5 to 10 inches above the foliage and operate them 12 to 18 hours per day. Raise the lights as the plants grow. Be sure to keep seedlings cool enough (60 to 65 degrees) for strong, sturdy growth after germination. About one to two weeks after the seedlings emerge, while they are still small, transplant them by handling the leaves into 3- to 4-inch plastic pots, cell packs, disposable cups, milk cartons, or small peat pots. The containers need holes in the bottom for drainage and should be filled with a moistened commercial potting mix. If seedlings are not transplanted into individual containers, roots become tangled and severely damaged when transplanted. Place individual pots or packs in plastic or metal trays for growing and for convenience. Place the trays back under the lights. Remove excess water from trays so the seedlings will not rot. To save time with transplanting seedlings, eggplant, pepper, and tomato seeds can be planted directly into individual containers. This column appeared in the Jan. 31 edition of the Messenger-Inquirer.

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DIY ideas to increase your home’s value BY FAMILY FEATURES

Now as much as ever, your home may be a sanctuar y for all kinds of expression, from thinking and dreaming to working and playing. Over the past year, homeowners began to consider the intersection of function and design in new ways. Weekend war riors are dedicating themselves to creating more organized living spaces and making their homes better places for learning, working and living. If you're considering upgrades to your home, consider these DIY ideas from the exper ts at Royal Building Products that can increase beauty and resale value.

HOME OFFICE

Spending more time at home may mean storage space is at a premium, especially if you're relying on a makeshift home of fice. You can add a high-impact and functional element to your of fice with a builtin bookcase or workstation. Consider your materials carefully since they have a big impact on your final results. For example, a versatile alternative to wood is synthetic polyvinyl chloride (PVC) trim, which you don't need to sand or prime before painting, ultimately saving time, energy and money. While PVC is slightly mor e expensive than some wood options, it also requires less maintenance long-term.

BATHROOM

By updating wor n-out items, moder nizing fixtures and creating a more functional space, you can expect to recoup up to 50% of a bathr oom's r emodel cost, accor ding to the National Association of the Remodeling Industr y. If you're considering an on-trend look like shiplap, a practical solution like Royal prefinished PVC Shiplap can help create a clean, comfor table space. It's waterproof, mold resistant, flexible and works well in spaces with many slants and angles. Plus, it's lightweight and easy to install.

ENTRYWAY

A home's foyer of fers the first impression of its interior, teasing

the personality of architecture and decor found with each step deeper inside. Whether bold and dramatic, tranquil and serene, or something in-between, the entr yway often sets the tone for a home's ambience. Details like decorative molding and lattice trim can create a striking entr yway for almost any home style.

EXTERIOR

Whether you're spr ucing up an outdoor living space or simply want to boost curb appeal, subtle enhancements can make a big impact. For example, board and batten shutters offer an attractive, lowfuss way to highlight your home's windows. Painting the front door is another low-cost way to freshen up your exterior. Or invite a touch of nature by adding flower boxes to your front porch or windows.

Select a trim style to match your home style Craftsman: The craftsman home style pairs well with simple, tailored and purposeful doors and minimally ornamented window casings while white, light beige and cream-colored crown moulding can create roomier spaces. Colonial: This home style’s rustic simplicity and rich detail call for interior trim that lends a touch of stately courtliness. Choose multi-piece trim and wider baseboards, wainscoting and crown moulding to adorn family room floors, walls and ceilings. Cape Cod: This practical and quaintly unassuming design can be accented by subtle interior trim such as transom windows and sidelights that surround multipaneled entry doors, casings for double-hung windows, picture rails and frame walls. Modern: The clean expansiveness of this home style lends itself to unadorned window and door casings as well as baseboards. You can go minimalist and use trim merely to protect walls and floors. Alternatively, you could rely on trim to create an appealing contrast with the wall colors. Ranch: Open, informal and inviting, this style needs trim work that flows from room to room. Many styles work, from simple baseboards to more formal trimmed windows and cabinetry in the kitchen, fireplace mantels in the family room and passageway casings.


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2934 Frederica Street, Owensboro, Kentucky (270) 926-0055 www.TonyClark.com

REALTORS,®LLC

NEW TO MARKET!

NEW TO MARKET! $269,900

470 acres Schafer Camp Rd

2630 Hayden Road

SOLD AT AUCTION!

6162 Highway 1389

1410 Kingsbrooke

Once in a Lifetime Offering Recreational & hunting lands. 7 parcels from Daviess Co into Hancock Co. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Located on 4 acres near Pleasant Valley Developments. Commercial Potential, Multi-family . Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

112 W 2nd St. Downtown Owensboro. APEX building in the heart of Owensboro. Steve Marksberry - Auctioneer (270) 570-0990

39.02 acres. PRIME LOCATION! Build Your Dream Home! Pasture. 5 minutes to hospital. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

3BR/2BA. Finished Bonus Room. Sunroom. Fireplace. Secluded Master Suite! Walk-in Closet! Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

$175,000

$123,800

NEW TO MARKET! $255,000

$195,000

$235,000

4674 Windstone Drive

Fieldcrest Place

1610 Scherm Road

8410 State Route 1389

1712 East 26th St

Over $20k in upgraded features in the one-level, stepfree home. Granite. SS Appliances. Covered Rear patio. Sharp! Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Well maintained by one owner. 2 BR 2 BA brick home offers spacious living. Home Office/Formal Din, Bonus Rm. Generous storage. Angela Clark 270-929-4022

Hello Gorgeous! 3 BR 2 BA one-level with oversized 2-car garage. Fireplace. Spacious Liv & Fam Rooms. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

3BR 2BA Timeless Brick Ranch on 2 acres . Over 3000 Sq Ft. Fireplace. Hardwood Floors. Finished Basement w/ Garage. Charles King (270) 922-0311

Great beginnings start here! 3 bedroom brick home with waterproof basement. Warranty for peace of mind. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

SALE PENDING!

NEW TO MARKET!

$112,500

$116,900

$49,900

$99,900

760 Ashland Avenue

2423 Clay Street

694 Rand Road

All Brick 3 bedroom ranch. Replacement Windows. Enclosed sunroom w/ brick paver floor. Heat, Air, Roof 2016. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

2 Bedroom Home. Fireplace. Updated Kitchen & Bath. Hardwood Floors. Detached Garage. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Brick one-level home offers 3BR. Attached Garage. Freshly Painted. New Flooring. Move In Ready! Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

1759 Sterling Valley Dr

Our Clients Say It Best...

SOLD!

SOLD!

925 Parkway Dr S

421 Locust Street

Exceptional brick one-level. 3 BR. 1.5 BA. Fireplace. Updated kitchen. Not in flood zone! Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

Beautifully Restored 4 BR. 3 BA. Beautiful woodwork. Solid pocket doors. Modern Kitchen & Bathrooms. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

$47,900

Even after our home was long sold and we had moved out-ofstate, she still helped us to track down paperwork related to the sale of our home. …. You won’t worry about the sale of your home with Angela. We LOVED working with her, and she also referred us to an excellent realtor in our new city!” Lee & Kelsey Davidson

Attention Investors! 2BR/1BA Opportunity. Tenant Rights Apply! Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

The Summit, for your dream home design! Community Lifestyle! 18-Hole Course, Pool. Angela Clark (270) 929-4022

SOLD!

SOLD!

2613 Allen Street

22D Quail Ridge

2 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Floored Attic, Fireplace Deana Brewer (270) 313-7082

Impressive Condo boasts quality upgrades. 2 BR, 2 BA. Attached garage. Deana Brewer (270) 313-7082

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3424 Frederica St., Owensboro KY

(270) 684-6221

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2119 Griffith Place W

Total Remodel! 3 bdrms, 2.5 baths, with Owner’s suite on main floor. Terrific office/studio room plus Dining area, living room with refinished original hardwood floors. Totally wired for secure internet, security cameras. New electrical, new plumbing, new HVAC (2 systems), NEST smart thermostats, new kitchen cabinets with quartz countertops, new stainless appliances. Fully insulated - exterior and interior walls and floors. Double-sided gas fireplace with remote control. Large basement entertainment area pre-wired for home theater. Built-in audio in public rooms of home. Too many features to name - you must experience the quality and comfort for yourself!

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