“We are pleased to honor those homeowners who invest their time and financial resources in keeping their home attractive,” said Traci Strahler-Chichester, association president. “Marietta is a beautiful city with many wonderful homes, from bungalows to Victorian mansions. As Realtors, it is our privilege to market these homes.”
This month's winner...
Home of the Month Award Program
The Marietta Board of REALTORS® is expanding the Home of the Month program to recognize well-maintained residential homes in all of Washington County.
Each month, from March through November one home will be selected as the “Home of the Month” by the members of the Marietta Board of REALTORS® officers and directors. A yard sign will be placed in the yard for the month. We are partnering with local publications and social media which will showcase each month’s award winning home. The winning home will be featured on the front cover of the “Showcase of Homes” magazine. If you are a media outlet or social group that would like to help us celebrate the Home of the Month, please contact us at: email@example.com
Simply complete the nomination form which asks for the owner’s name, the address, and a brief explanation of why this house should be considered. A photo of the front exterior of the house is also required.
Submit the nomination form and house photo to the Marietta Real Estate Board office by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nominations will be valid for this calendar year; nominations submitted by the 25th of each month through October will be considered; and realtors and their immediate family are not eligible. Forms are available at the Board of Realtors office or click here to download.
The September 2023 Home of the Month, sponsored by the
Marietta Board of REALTORS®, is this home located at…
1700 Brownrigg Rd. Waterford, OH
Congratulations to Joseph and Andrea Lawlor
This fabulous home at 1700 Brownrigg Rd., Waterford was purchased in February 1989 by Joseph and Andrea Lawlor. Joe grew up on a farm in Iowa and they fell in love with the land in Ohio and could see the potential in the home. The house was actually a Sears catalog home and was built in 1920. Over the past 34 years, the Lawlor‘s have made major improvements including new Hardie board siding, roof, new foundation and basement, finished attic, landscaping and more. In addition to the existing barn they also added a large garage and a Morton building. With over 370 acres to farm and groom the Lawlor’s keep themselves busy. Their love of the area, the Wolf Creek school district, the closeness to Marietta and the peacefulness and picturesque beauty of the farm has reinforced their intent to stay as long as they can.
Congratulations again to the well-deserved winners,
Joseph and Andrea Lawlor!