THE O'MORE ALUMNI SHOW HOUSE TO TAKE PLACE IN 1904 QUEEN ANNE VICTORIAN HOME IN FRANKLIN
Mar 5 2014 Franklin
FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The Dozier Home, a ca. 1904 Queen Anne Victorian will serve as the 2nd Annual O’More Alumni Show House April 4-27 in downtown Franklin.
Presented by “Traditional Home” magazine, the O’More Alumni Show House features 22 graduates of O’More College of Design in Franklin, each assigned a space within the 6,000-square-foot house. Thousands flocked to last year’s event in downtown Franklin as the event became the cover of “Traditional Home’s” July-August issue.
The Dozier Home was converted for commercial use in 1936 and was further altered in the 1950s. After years of wrangling over the future of the house and three-acre site, builder Thrive Homes is leading the renovation, adding six more exclusive residences as part of the Ledgelawn development.
Thrive Homes began construction on the Dozier Home in July 2013, restoring the handsome brick structure to its original splendor while updating the systems to modern luxury standards and building out the second floor to include three bedrooms, three baths and a natural, light-filled loft space.
The six other homes slated for the three-acre Ledgelawn development were carefully designed to complement the neighborhood, offering a variety of historic architectural styles and ranging in size from about 3,500 to more than 5,000 square feet.
For more information, visit www.omoreshowhouse.com.
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