The home at 2419 Prestwick Ct had served Matt & Holly well for the past few years. It was a spacious, newer ranch with a big man-cave of a garage. But the country was calling, and the urge for rural quiet, and a bit of land to call their own andspace for their 2 & 4-legged children to run could no longer be ignored. So we started looking for land. The plan was to build, but custom rural construction wasn’t going to work. So we switched to newer homes on acreage and struck out from Zionsville to Frankfort. But then 8752 W SR 47 in Thorntown got a price reduction and our attention! It wasn’t new, it wasn’t anything they thought would be appealing, until we went to visit and saw it had been superbly renovated and was on the prettiest piece of ground. And Jennifer learned that when a two-year-old walks into a sunroom and exclaims: “Oh, this room is nice,” you’ve just found The One. Commence the mad rush to get Prestwick Ct on the market, for it had to be sold first! And it was. And then SR 47 was secured. And, of course, Xavier still loves his sunroom!
“You can’t always get what you want…” is what Stephanie told Dustin when they were looking for a new home with Jennifer. He wanted lots of acreage. She wanted a great house in a country environment in a good school district, that wasn’t too far from Dustin’s office in Zionsville. He wanted a motocross track and somewhere to hunt. She wanted low maintenance, a big yard for the boys to play in, and an outbuilding to store their dirt bikes so she could finally park her car in the garage. In the end, what they found was an awesome, custom ranch on four acres in Thornton with a big barn and enough land for some motocross practice ramps. When Dustin later posted on Facebook a picture of the giant buck that stumbled through his new back yard, Jennifer felt the urge to hum…”but if you try sometimes, you might find, you get what you need.”