A Christmas House Tour will be held Saturday, December 4, following the Chamber's Annual Country Christmas at the Trempealeau Middle School, from 3 - 7 pm.
Included on the tour are:
N10288 Birch Lane - Glenn and Betsy Brommerich:
"The Cabin" across from Long Lake Landing is a newly constructed get-a-way, just minutes from town. Very simple, but yet has a lot of extras to enjoy your stay. Just a one bedroom with fireplace and Jacuzzi, but has a pull out couch in living room to accommodate more than one couple. A kitchen and bath makes this cabin a home away from home for Glenn and Betsy.
W22877 11th Street - Jim and Wanda Emerson
Classic charm depicts this new construction in Whispering Pines Sub-Division. The angled placement of this home on a corner lot showcases its beauty. The open spatial design of 9 foot walls, cathedral ceilings, and expansive windows offers beautiful views of the Mississippi bluffs from most areas in the home. The living area boasts more then 4600 square feet of living space including 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, a family office and a 2 sided fireplace in the kitchen/great room. The foyer is flanked by a columned dining room giving elegant separation to the great room. The grand kitchen features a large pantry, island with built in range and custom designed cabinetry. Note the special sheet rocking and tiling effects in the kitchen and breakfast nook. The centrally located deck is accessible by both the breakfast nook and master bedroom. The master suite features a luxurious bath and vast walk in closet. The lower level family area is a teenagers' haven where a family room and recreational area are all heated by radiant floor heat warmly welcoming many friends.
N13143 Schubert Road - Mike and Sandy Hilton
The Hilton home offers the warmth of family heritage along with modern day improvements. Bought in 1985, the upper level was soon renovated to include 4 bedrooms and a 1/2 bath. In 1999 the family room addition arrived. This 16 x 20 room was transported from Sandy's childhood home in Onalaska, and the motivation towards the renovation of the kitchen, living room, first floor bath and back entry. Prior to the improvements, the house was "lifted" in order to construct a basement foundation. Though not a "finished" lower level, playful fun and a "golf cart" access do exist!
11618 King Street - Terry and Angela Lund
You'll find the open-concept kitchen to be the heart of this 2002 ranch-style home. The main floor has three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, and a living room complete with fireplace and vaulted ceilings. The finished lower level has an office, guest room, bathroom, and spacious family room.
24616 2nd Street - Tom and Judy Scherr
Lucas House Bed and Breakfast has been in the family since the mid 1940's. Grandma and Grandpa Lucas lived here in the late 1960', sat empty for 30 years and was purchased by Tom and Judy in the late 1990's. Remodeling started in February 2001 and we moved in and opened in August of 2001. It has 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2 porches, a sunroom, dining room, living room and a den all shared with our guest.
W22943 Prairie Wood Road - Sid and Angie Moen
**This year the Lucas House Bed and Breakfast will be the location of the Home Tour Hospitality Hour. After your tour, stay and enjoy some hot apple cider and cookies along with some socializing. Tickets are $7 each, and may be purchased at this home for the tour this year as well as the Bank of Trempealeau, Citizens State Bank and Sheer Excellence, or at the G.E.T Middle School in Trempealeau at Country Christmas!!!