Manheim Community Library: Women's Club of Manheim

Women's Club of Manheim
 
   
Women’s Club of Manheim
2015
 Holiday House Tour

Sunday, December 6th
12:30—4:30 p.m.

The historic Manheim Railway Station &

Stiegel Glassworks are open for your enjoyment.

featuring the homes of:

Bob and Karen Kreider

499 Fruitville Pike, Manheim

 

This 2-story home built in 2015 won 6 awards during the 2015 Parade of Homes for Custom Home Group. It is packed with special features including a 2nd floor laundry room and breakfast nook. See their game room, numerous fireplaces, custom kitchen with 2 pantries and a large outdoor living area with a koi pond. This home's 1st Christmas decorating theme will be a surprise to all. The tree will be decorated by Marsha Neff of the Lancaster Arts Hotel and the rest of the decorations will be a mixture of previous Christmases and new holiday finds

Deb Good-Allen and John Allen
50 South Grant Street,  Manheim

       This house was built around 1905. Deb’s grandparents, William and Mabel Gates raised five children in the home, which Deb purchased in 1994. The home’s original chestnut woodwork was retained when the kitchen was renovated in 2014 featuring exposed bricks and beams. Deb’s art studio out back is in the home’s original stable.

          Christmas decor is provided by nature: evergreens, cones, berries, birch and more.

 

Jay and Jennifer Kready

1876 Breneman Road, Manheim

 

     This 1890 farmette sits on 5 acres of beautiful farmland. The original home was log, however there have been many renovations to the home. During one of the renovations, the original well and water source for the house was uncovered. Today that 50-foot well is featured in the foyer of the home. To keep with the antique feel, the home is simply decorated in a charming country theme.

 

Scott and Heather Bowser

116 Mansion House Road, Manheim

 

     This restored 1736 red stone farmhouse is located on the original Grubb estate, now the Mount Hope Estate and Winery. It was the old caretaker’s home. The house has gone through many changes over the years with the most recent being an added conservatory in 2014. Notice the kitchen’s cork floor and large island made from broken wine bottles. Traditional Christmas decorating is felt throughout to highlight the stone home.

Jay and Jennifer Kready

1876 Breneman Road, Manheim

 

     This 1890 farmette sits on 5 acres of beautiful farmland. The original home was log, however there have been many renovations to the home. During one of the renovations, the original well and water source for the house was uncovered. Today that 50-foot well is featured in the foyer of the home. To keep with the antique feel, the home is simply decorated in a charming country theme.

 

Scott and Heather Bowser

116 Mansion House Road, Manheim

 

     This restored 1736 red stone farmhouse is located on the original Grubb estate, now the Mount Hope Estate and Winery. It was the old caretaker’s home. The house has gone through many changes over the years with the most recent being an added conservatory in 2014. Notice the kitchen’s cork floor and large island made from broken wine bottles. Traditional Christmas decorating is felt throughout to highlight the stone home.



Rick and Kathy Noll

1070 Old Line Road, Manheim


       The Red Swing Guest House is a two-story stone house built in the 1950’s and is available for rentals year round. It is beautifully situated on an acre of well-manicured land with relaxing country views. Also featured, is the historic Midway one-room schoolhouse. This historic setting may be available to rent for photo sessions and small events. Be inspired by Kathy’s creatively painted vintage furniture.


 Doug and Carrie Wallace

153 North Clay Street, Manheim

      Doug and Carrie have owned this 1960’s home for just a few years, but they have completely redone the interior. They decorate their home in an eclectic, rustic style. Enjoy the beautiful mantles and sweet ambiance and notice Carrie’s creative twist on Christmas decorating.


Thomas and Patricia Drennen

916 Cambridge Drive, Manheim

     Pat designed this coastal cottage style home. Built in 2010 the home has an open floor concept. Pat is a garden enthusiast, take a peek in the kitchen and notice the backsplash is a bee skep. Throughout the home are original paintings done by Patricia's brother. Traditional Christmas decorations will be presented.


 Alan and Kathy Shaffer

4011 Cranberry Street, Manheim

    Alan is the original owner of this home which was built in 2003. A few years ago a stamped concrete patio and a cedar pergola were added out back. Kathy loves to decorate and for Christmas uses traditional red, green, and gold Christmas colors in her many wreathes and swags.  Also on display are a collection of 80 nutcrackers. They bring Christmas Past into the present  with Alan's childhood Lionel train from 1968 chugging around their tree.





$10   Day of Event $12
Proceeds Benefit the Manheim Community
 
Advanced Tickets can be purchased at Shaub’s Dry Cleaning, Longeneckers, Divine Consign, or from any WCM member.
 
Manheim area homes selected to showcase the spirit and beauty of the Holiday Season



Proceeds of the tour benefit Women's Club of Manheim. 

Projects for 2014 include:
3 $1000 Scholarships
Library Summer Reading Program
MCFEE
Easter Baskets
Manheim Food Pantry
Danner Homes Activies
MCMS One Book Program
And Much More
 
Women's Club of Manheim regularly meets:
            Second Tuesdays September through May at 7:00
            Location varies with the evening's activity

Contact information:     bbasile@manheimlibrary.org
                                665-1572 ask for Barbara







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