moving in on April 15, 2005, they have also spent time renovating and refurbishing the home’s interior. “We try to do one project a month,” Christy said. “During the summer months, the upkeep of the outside is a full-time job. We try to stay busy indoors during the winter months.”
When asked where their favorite room in the house was, the children all
seemed to answer at once. “The game room,” Isaac said, louder than his two sisters. “I love this house because there is so much room.” When moving, the family up-sized, not only in acreage, but also in square footage. “We went from 1,800-square-feet to 4,000,” Andrew said. “We’re no longer on top of one another. We have plenty of room to spread out.” The fireplace in the
game room is constructed of Oklahoma flat stone, boasting of a wood mantle. The view from this room is by far the best in the house.
Moving further into the heart of the home, the great room feel is ever-present; the kitchen, the formal dining area and the living room are open to one another. One thing Christy is planning for this area is to remove the marble fireplace.
MansfieldNOW May 2008