Archive for May, 2010

Update on Cypress Springs Memory Care Facililty

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010

Many of you may remember the post I did on the Cypress Springs Ahlzhiemer’s & Memory Care currently being constructed on a vacant parcel of land at N. May Ave. & Elmhurst on the edge of Nichols Hills across from the Lakehurst Addition. Since that post I have had the honor of attending the annual […]

ValueMap- What’s Your Home or Neighbor’s Home Really Worth?

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

Here is another tool to value your home and see what the activity is in your neighborhood and surrounding areas of Oklahoma City and beyond.  Curious what your neighbors house really sold for?  Enter an address and let the interactive ValueMap show you what’s happening in your neck of the woods.  This search, offered through […]


Monday, May 17th, 2010

reblogged from Pencil Shavings – Design for Life.  I have been meaning to write about this great resource since I found if a couple of weeks ago, but my wife beat me to it.  She says it all better than I could.  If you need any ideas  or inspiration for a project or update at […]

13109 Callie Drive, Oklahoma City, OK 73131

Friday, May 7th, 2010

Just listed, 3405 Sq. Ft, 4 Beds, 3.5 Baths, 3 Car oversized garage, 2 living, 2 dining, study in The Oaks Addition conveniently located at Eastern just south of Memorial Rd.  with excellent access to the Kilpatrick Turnpike. See the virtual tour at Or watch the video tour here: [youtube=] Completely updated & remodeled, […]

Oklahoma City Orchestra League Symphony Designer Show House 2010

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

A couple months back I was out for a long bike ride, there is a great route I really like that takes me around Lake Hefner and then around Wiley Post Airport to circle Lake Overholster and back again.  I have always enjoyed the slow pace and sprawling homes with outstanding views of the lake […]

Want up to $250 in Tax Credits?

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Then get in line Saturday morning to buy a new energy saving appliance at an approved retailer who is registered with the state. Old energy sucking appliances can cost up to $40 a month to run, that’s right, per month! The payback time wouldn’t be long if your fridge has been around since before your […]