Wrapped by the beautiful water of Old Hickory Lake, the gorgeous French Country home on the Peninsula of Fairvue Plantation, built by Hughes-Edwards Builders, will be one of seven stunning, fully decorated houses featured in the Charity Tour of Homes, May 18-27.
Hughes-Edwards are members of the elite Master Custom Builders Council of Tennessee. H-E President Bryan Edwards serves as this year’s tour chairman. He says the homes located from Gallatin to Leipers Fork offer a broad spectrum of inspiring building and design ideas.
“If you are thinking of remodeling, building or decorating, you won’t want to miss this six day premier home tour. Our French Country home has inspiring faux finishes, great kitchen/bath tile and counter ideas as well as adorable teen bedrooms and a variety of outdoor living features,” Edwards said.
Visitors will notice a keen attention-to-detail and craftsmanship, a hallmark of a Hughes-Edwards home. CEO Gene Hughes considers every building project they undertake a fine painting.
“We work with every minute detail just as you would a fine painting to weave seamlessly details like exposed beams, barrel ceilings and balanced cabinetry design resulting in custom home masterpieces,” Hughes said.
Some of the highlights of the H-E home tour house include:
-Gourmet kitchen with a 12-foot copper hood
–Kohler’s DTV Custom Showering Experience in the Master Retreat
-Custom Handcrafted Shutters
-Front to Back Entry Barrel Ceiling with Italian Reveal Finish
-Hearth Room Cross-beam with Architectural Detailing
-Stunning Faux Finish Artistry Many Dimensionally Intriguing
-Adorable Teen Rooms and Sumptuous Master Retreat
-Summer Kitchen and adjacent Outdoor Living Room
Finally, as with any premier home tour, visitors are always interested in the color palette used. A handout and informative brochure will be available at the Hughes-Edwards home. To purchase discounted tickets online, visit www.charitytourof homes.com. Tickets will also be available for purchase at each home – $15 general admission – which allows six days over two-weekends to tour. The Charity Tour of Homes benefits two worthy mid-state non-profits – Miriam’s Promise and Students Taking A Right Stand (STARS)