After a three-year hiatus and to celebrate the 30th Annual Legacy of Caring, the Women’s Guild Tour of Homes is being brought back. Five fabulous homes will open their doors to welcome guests. No doubt many tour goers will discover inspirational ideas to make their own homes shine a little brighter.
The Tour will take place May 18 and 19, RAIN OR SHINE! Mark your calendars now for Big Canoe’s salute to springtime. What a wonderful time to invite friends and family to share our beautiful mountains!
LEGACY 2018 HOMES
This 5,000 square-foot home is three years old and has 4 bedrooms and 4.5 baths.
It is two stories with an elevator, has 1+ acres on the ridge on the west side of Lake Petit. The keeping room sits on steel supports 50 feet above the ground.
Owners: Fran & Lars McKenzie
Bobcat Ridge Drive
Style: Contemporary Cottage
This home was built in 2014 and is located in Wildcat. The great room in this home has a grand piano and large dining room table. The four-season sun porch has retractable windows and a floor-to-ceiling white marble fireplace.
Fran is a life-long swimmer and a portion of the terrace level is dedicated to a swim spa with Easy Breeze sliding doors to make a year-round room with fireplace and TV.
This 5,600 square-foot home was built in 2016. It faces Dawson Forest and has 4 bedrooms and 5.5 baths. The open concept interior features custom cabinets and architectural elements.
The exterior has a dry river bed feature with stone bridge and a tongue-and-groove porch ceiling.
Owners: Elaine & Allan DeNiro
Blue Sage Lane
This 6,500 square-foot custom designed shingle contemporary home is located on 1+ acres in Wildcat. It was built in 2014 and has 6 bedrooms and 6.5 baths and faces Dawson Forest. The home features an outdoor swimming area, bocce court, and outdoor fireplace.
Owner: Lauren Grant
Style: Log, Chinked Douglas Fir, Pegged Timber Frame
This 2,500 square-foot lakefront home was built in 1988 and has 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. It is located on the northwest side of Lake Petit and has a garage with guest house.
An enclosed porch that overlooks the garden and lake is Lauren’s favorite room where she tutors children and spends much of her day.