The Red Cross Dream Home: A House With A Cause

. October 1, 2016.
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Photos by Michael Nemeth

The O’Connor family, Guy, Amanda, Keegan and Elise, are thrilled that the purchase of their new home will support the Red Cross, which makes the transaction so much more gratifying.

This month our MHome features the Red Cross Dream Home, a fundraising idea from board member Stephanie Kuhlman. Builder Doug Howard, the Moses Schlachter Group and more than 30 crews and contractors made the Dream Home on Talonswood Road in Sylvania a reality for the NW Ohio Chapter of the American Red Cross. All money raised from the sale of the home benefits the American Red Cross; the proceeds are expected to be about $280,000. kitchen Howard built the two-story traditional-style home that features four bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, double staircase, granite counters, stainless steel appliances and a finished basement. outside The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. Stephanie Kuhlman of the NAI Harmon Group and Julie Ann Fisher of RE/Max Masters are the listing agents for the home. The selling agent was Daryl Smith from Re/Max Central. house

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