Sip & Snoop reminder – Tix still available – don’t get shut out!

2018’s Fab Five

All five of our custom-built 2018 Sip and Snoop homes share investments made out of their owners’ love for Lakemoor Hills. Their common roots are not evident in their varied styles and interpretations. But five stories will become one on October 7 between 2:00 and 5:00, when you enjoy a Sunday afternoon mixing, mingling, eating, and sipping wine with your neighbors. And your cost of admission goes toward beautifying our neighborhood’s new Alcoa Highway entrances.

 

Stuart’s first Lakemoor Hills’ house was a small log cabin on Maloney Road. He and Betsy grew a family and built their enchanting log house on Buckboard. His compound of log structures is best viewed from the water and you will do just that as you arrive via water taxi thanks to our neighbor, Volunteer Landing. The main house appears to be floating above the river.   The Worden home is also being featured at an already sold-out Knox Heritage Summer Supper. So make your S&S reservation now.

 

Tim moved to a tiny concrete house on Maloney Road in the 90s and stayed to build his dream home and his family. Today’s home makes the best use of its river views while providing a livable sanctuary for the family and their four-legged friends. Tim and Kathleen share not just their home, but also an enviable launch point for our water taxi.

 

You’ve admired their perfect yard and now’s your chance to look inside. Fran and Fred began their Lakemoør life on Timberlake. They left that house but not their beloved neighborhood when they built this home at the corner of Maloney and Circle Lake. Today their love-of-Lakemoor is not only evident in the exquisite detail of their home but also in their work to establish the Lakemoor Legacy Garden at the other end of Circle Lake.

 

First came a Cape Cod complete with a horse in 2003. Then came building their forever home next door where they moved in 2012. Skip and Kim enjoy the sunrise and sunset views from their current home on Maloney. From the street you can’t see their expansive backyard complete with a pool. Come and enjoy their attention to detail while wishing you could stay.

The Scott’s secluded gem has its own eight-acre park-like setting on Trillium. Lakemoor Hills drew them from their Woodson Drive home when Bill Shell (S&S 2017) offered them a chance to purchase the land in 2013. Shay and Shanle took a blank sheet of paper and designed this house capturing the idyllic setting and their lifestyle. They moved in and welcomed their son in 2016, assuring a house full of love, noise, and works in process.

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