A close friend of mine and her family have been waiting with great patience for their ideal family home to buy to suit their growing family. They were contacted recently regarding their dream home and it is now for sale. First, they must sell their home. So, in order to get the word out and hopefully sell their home as quick as possible so they can move to their new home, I wanted to post a brief description and blog link to their home in Lincoln, Nebraska in hopes of getting the word out and hopefully a buyer very quickly. I kindly ask you to pass this information on to anyone you may know looking for a home in the St. Teresa's Parish. St. Joseph...pray for us.
Here is the description provided by Erin and her husband:
We are selling our 3+1bedroom, 2bath, 1478sqft house. It is the perfect family house, with a large living room/dining room area where all the kids can (are forced to) play together, but still have plenty of room to run around. And if the kids get too wild inside, just send them out the back door into the sunporch or into the spacious, fenced-in backyard (I can watch them out the window as I catch up on dishes or work in the kitchen). During the winter, we use the large unfinished area of the basement for skates, trikes and scooters.
The house also has several positives we had intended to use in the future. The backyard offers the possibility for home expansion for the family that just keeps on growing. And my husband thinks the front porch will be a perfect spot to spend those future evenings waiting impatiently for our daughters to be brought home safely from any dates (shotgun not included with the house).
Depending on your definition of such things, it is within walking distance to St. Teresa's (you can get a rosary in perfectly on the way to Mass or school).
But really, you just have to see it and I think you will love it. Feel free to visit the house blog, 4134BStreet.blogspot.com, or contact me for a tour. And unless you buy it first, we are planning an open house on Sunday, April 22 from noon-2pm.