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2014 CWC Home Tour: Della Shaw Home

2013-12-01 - 304 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by George Kolbenschlag.
Della Shaw Home 304 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY The Shaw home is a Craftsman Style built in 1923 by Mary Ritchie and John Lee Walker. It has been tastefully restored and updated. Each of the rooms has unique features of the 1920s, including 10 and 12 foot high ceilings with crown molding, hardwood floors, fireplaces, original decorative glass paneled windows and pocket doors between the living and dining rooms. Also several of the interior doors have transoms. Of particular interest is the cozy nook off the kitchen that is ideal for resting and TV watching. A walk through this home will certainly bring to mind feelings of nostalgia for the early 20th century. It is beautifully decorated for the holiday season. - GEORGE KOLBENSCHLAG

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