The Perfect Lifestyle

Then they decided to sell their Wisconsin legal services company and move to the Lake as permanent residents. Brian continued with a similar company in Osage Beach, and last year Barb opened Marine Vessel Documentation Service, which works with banks and individuals who need assistance with Coast Guard documentation.

In 2008, the Newluns were building […]

Home Feature: I Want to Stay Forever

By |June 30th, 2018|Editorial, Featured, Homes|Comments Off on Home Feature: I Want to Stay Forever|

Home Feature: Arches, Arches Everywhere

PULLING INTO RUSS AND PATTI PILSHAW’S SLOPING DRIVEWAY, THE FIRST IMPRESSION IS OF CONTEMPORARY ARCHES — OVER THE GARAGE DOOR AND OVER THE FRONT DOOR FRAMING THE VIEW ALL THE WAY THROUGH TO THE LAKE.
The conceptual design of the contemporary rustic stucco home’s exterior included a full arch deck on the Lake side and […]

By |April 30th, 2018|Editorial, Featured, Homes|Comments Off on Home Feature: Arches, Arches Everywhere|

Home Feature: One Big Happy Home

DON AND PAULA PACE LOVED THEIR HOME IN PORTO CIMA, BUT IT DIDN’T HAVE ENOUGH ROOM FOR THEIR GROWING FAMILY, SO THEY ADDED A NEW WING AND BLENDED THE TWO INTO ONE BIG, BEAUTIFUL HOME.

Arriving at the Pace home, the front door alone will take your breath away. It’s a Tuscan iron, energy efficient […]

By |March 6th, 2018|Economic Business, Editorial, Featured, Homes|Comments Off on Home Feature: One Big Happy Home|

Home Feature: Masterpiece of Wood and Stone

The Joneses, of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, formerly had a vacation home at Pomme de Terre Lake near Pittsburg, Missouri. But they couldn’t be waterfront because of Corps of Engineers rules, and had community dock problems. Also, they couldn’t leave their boat in the water. They launched it when they arrived, and had to tow […]

By |January 2nd, 2018|Editorial, Featured, Homes, People & Entertainment|Comments Off on Home Feature: Masterpiece of Wood and Stone|

Home Feature: Red Moose Lodge

 

This house has been around for a while, having been built by Monte Davidson, a musician here at the Lake, in 1972. The kitchen cabinets were fashioned from wood taken from his uncle’s mule barn, and they still have the original finish. The home had two other owners after that, then was vacated and left unattended for a long time. Two Mennonite […]

By |October 31st, 2017|Blog, Editorial, Homes|Comments Off on Home Feature: Red Moose Lodge|