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2014 CWC Home Tour: Chuck Rogers Home

2013-12-01 - 202 South High Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag.
Chuck Rogers Home - 202 South High Street, Columbia, KY - This house, owned by Chuck Rogers who completely renovated it in 1995, has served as home for many families since before the Civil War. As you tour this home you will see art of all sorts - especially wonderful paintings, sculptures and furnishings. There are Christmas trees with unique ornaments Chuck has collected when traveling - one features ornaments (toys) that were favorites of Chuck's Dad, the late Tommy Rogers. Furnishings and furniture keep family memories, as well as preserve heritage of the past. Ascend and marvel at the staircase built of chestnut wood. Here, one of the four bedrooms features the brass bed in which Alta Barbee Garnett was born over one hundred years ago. Music from the 1895 rosewood concert grand piano played by talented Bobby Lee will make your visit really special. Chuck says he is blessed by the grace of God and owes all to the hard work and sacrifice of his parents and family. When you visit, you will be given a list of unique items, too many to mention here, to look for as you tour through this home.

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