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Front Doors

Many homes neglect the upkeep and importance of the front door as part of the curb appeal and welcoming esthetics to the home.

How does your front door look?  A simple weekend warrior project of cleaning, stripping and painting or staining the door can dramatically improve the overall look of the home.  

Are you feeling more adventurous?  Consider the video link featuring several front door and entry designs.  


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MLS 1806975  offered at $1,395,000    www.207ThomaLane.com 

207 Thoma Lane, Manchester TN 37355     Area 89   County: Coffee 
Built 2009 | 7,267 s.f. | 25-acres     5 Bed | 4/1 Bath | 5-Car Garage

JUST REDUCED: Welcome home to this southern gem! The custom-designed floorplan was built with the highest quality products and finishes. The owner worked closely with some of Middle Tennessee's finest Artisans to bring her vision to fruition. Custom millwork and cabinetry, solid cherry floors, custom paints, murals, stained glass and Swarovski crystal chandeliers can be found throughout. Outdoor living includes 25-acres surrounded by 250-acres of corp property, two logging trails to the lakeshore, year-round stream, well, fire pit, spa, outdoor kitchen living area, and 1,845 s.f. of porches.
F E A T U R E D   R E C I P E
Asparagus and Shallot Salad

1 bunch, Asparagus, shaved or sliced
2 Shallots, thinly sliced
1 Lemon
Salt
1 tablespoon, Sesame Oil –or-
2 tablespoons, Extra Virgin Olive Oil 

Prep asparagus and shallots. In aggressively
salted boiling water add a couple of thinly sliced lemon rings. Add the asparagus and blanch for no more than one minute. Remove asparagus and shock in ice cold water until cool. Thoroughly pat-dry asparagus and place in mixing bowl. Add shallots, half of squeezed lemon, sesame oil and salt to taste. Mix thoroughly and place in sealed container. Refrigerate for minimum of two hours. Serve chilled or at room temperature.

Suggestions: an alternative to sesame oil is extra virgin olive oil for a different taste-profile. A terrific side for fish or chicken. Enjoy!