Holiday Home Tour
The Kearney Holiday Home Tour, a fundraising event for HelpCare Clinic, is an event designed to celebrate the beauty of the holiday season.
Marc and Melissa Willis
2205 Turkey Creek Blvd.
This 4,500 square foot home sits on a beautiful 1.5 acre lot. It was built in 2020 by the home’s owner, Marc Willis. The home has 4 bedrooms and 4-1/2 bathrooms. Decorating is transitional with a black and white color scheme. The Christmas décor is contemporary. Unique wallpaper and tile are some of the special features of this home, along with a beautiful lake view. Decorating assistance is provided by Home Within, Bush Designs and the Painting Lady
Eric and Makahla Krueger
2104 Turkey Creek Lane
The Krueger home was built in 2022 by Spracklen Built. This 3,500 square foot home with 4 bedrooms and 3-1/2 bathrooms boasts loft ceilings, heated floors throughout the main level and garages, large windows, 16-foot sliding door and a walk-thru pantry. It is situated on a beautiful 1.5 acre lot with lake views and is perfect for indoor-outdoor living. The decorating style is minimalistic Scandinavian in neutral colors and warm tones, giving the home a light, open and airy feel. The Krueger children decorate their own Christmas trees for their bedrooms. The Christmas décor is a perfect blend of modern minimalist and traditional, with a real Christmas tree in the main living room. Decorating assistance is provided by Home Within and Andrea Zecha-Hoffman-Indigo Bungalow.
JB and Amity Brandt
1606 8th Avenue
Built in 1888 by Kearney Land & Investment Co., this 135-year-old, 3,300 square foot home sits on a beautiful half-acre corner lot. The home has 6 bedrooms, 3-1/2 bathrooms, high ceilings and a servant’s staircase. The home’s décor uses neutral color tones with traditional furniture and some antique pieces sprinkled about. The Christmas décor is traditional using decorations that the homeowner’s have been collecting over the past 20 years. There are many Christmas trees throughout the entire home.
Lucas and Kim Dart
21 Rolling Hills Road
This beautiful 6,500 square foot home in the Rolling Hills Subdivision was built in 1991. There are 5 bedrooms and 4-1/2 bathrooms. The layout is a sprawling ranch with a fully finished walk-out basement. It sits on 1.5 acres that backup to Meadowlark Hills Golf Course. Kim works in the field of home refinishing and has drawn upon her degree in Art to add many personal design touches and artwork throughout the family home. Updating the design and painting the kitchen cabinets, redesigning the main floor bathroom, faux accent wall in the entryway and adding texture and warmth to the large rec room in the basement used for movie watching and family game nights are a few of the many improvements made to the home. The color scheme is mainly a neutral palette with pops of color in each room. The furnishings are a mix of contemporary and mid-century modern. The Christmas décor is traditional. There are eight unique and sentimental nativity sets placed throughout the home. The main floor Christmas tree features personalized ornaments purchased for each of the Dart’s children to commemorate a unique event each year since their birth.
Jeff & Paige Kreycik
2609 W. 48th Street
The Kreycik’s purchased their home in Lighthouse Point in 2021 with a clear vision to turn it into the cozy home that they enjoy today. This 1,800 square foot home, built in 2004 has 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. Hardwood floors are in the entry, kitchen and dining room. The Kreycik’s cherish their family time with the open concept living-dining-kitchen area. Many evenings are spent enjoying the beautiful views and sunsets from their spacious deck. The home is decorated with wood tones and whites in the traditional farmhouse style. The Christmas theme is a cozy, nostalgic one with a lifetime of curated Christmas memories.
Troy and Amy Stump (Fri. only)
1209 E. 67th Street
This very special home is being shown in honor and memory of Andra Frank by her daughters Amy Stump, Melanie Moss, Heather Myers and Erin Banda. Andra was the original creator of the Holiday Home Tour while serving as the Coordinator for the Buffalo County Citizen Advocacy. The Stump home was built in 2010 by Starostka Group and has 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The décor is a mix of traditional and farmhouse in reds and warm colors. It has 9’ ceilings and a butler’s pantry off the kitchen. The primary bedroom is always the first to be decorated, two weeks before Thanksgiving! Christmas presents are displayed down the staircase to the basement instead of the traditional way, under the tree. The office is dedicated to the girl’s parents, Ken and Andra Frank, with their dad’s Christmas tree and their mom’s ornaments from 20 years of the Holiday Home Tour. The nativity scene, an antique from the 1950’s, belonged to Amy’s dad. There is a tree in every room of the house. The kitchen is decorated with a collection of Santa’s and Better Homes & Gardens Heritage Collection. The ceiling ledge in the living room displays an entire Willow Tree Nativity scene. Amy is decorating her own home with treasures she has collected over the past 35 years of marriage.
The Countdown Is On!
Thank You to Our Sparkling Silver Sponsors:
Jordan Cochran DDS, PC
Family Practice Associates
Fye Law Office
Hellman, Main, Coslor & Kathol
Thank You to Our Bronze Sponsors:
Kitts Kitchen and Coffee
Kearney Crete and Block
Yellow Van Cleaning and Restoration
Parker, Grossart & Bahensky
Tru Wellness, LLC
Deterdings Pool and Spa
A special thanks to all who made in-kind donations:
Kari J. Printz – Central Mercantile and Ktown Cakery
Julie Keaschall-Nightingale – Redefine Med Spa
Jody Heeney, Brenda Marshall,
Julia Rodehorst, Roxanne Bascom,
Indigo Bungalow (Andrea Zecha-Hoffman)
Marshall Land Brokers and Auctioneers
Miles Marshall and Lucas Huddleston
CHI-Good Samaritan Hospital
Kearney High School Media Productions
Premier Health and Wellness
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