The Beautiful Homes You Will See On the Tour

Six beautiful homes. Three of which are historic, and all are decorated for the holidays. You will see the inside and outside of these homes at night with all of the lights on for the very first time on our tour. Get access to rooms you would never see on a regular tour!

Kevin and Debbie Callahan - Plantation #9

Built in 1894 by Chauncey Bacon, a Connecticut resident who was known as "The Duke" by the townsfolk. It boasts beautiful doors, mantels, staircase, and massive front door made from the mahogany timbers of a shipwreck. The details in this home are a must-see!

Lowell and Nancy Lohman

Built in 1995, this home has unobstructed views of the Halifax River. It has stunning ten foot tall stained glass entry doors and mirror acrylic finishes throughout. Shades of purple, teal, and lavender against a white backdrop are seen in artwork, sculptures and furnishings.

Tim and Catherine Root - Rowallan

This stunning home was built in 1913 as a "winter cottage" by Alexander Lindsay and was named after a Scottish castle near his childhood home. Rowallan is constructed of cypress timbers and it originally had 28 rooms on 17 acres that stretched from the Halifax River to the Atlantic Ocean.

Anthony and Stacey Steel

This traditional Bahamian Colonial was designed by Harry A. MacEwen in 1987 on two acres of land. The home has over 5,500 square feet of living space plus a beautiful 2,000 square foot screened in porch. The main floor was renovated in 2019.

Josh and Aimee Hudson

This beautiful home was built in 1996 by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Terry and was inspired by their love of Europe. Accordingly, every room's design and ceiling is unique and meant to draw your eye. This 6,059 square foot home has all of the traditional features as well as a mother-in-law apartment, a sauna, and gym in the master bathroom as well as an in-home theater. All of the windows are placed to allow for maximum sunlight and views of the resort-style pool and lake located behind the home. The home was in distress when the Hudson's purchased it in 2015 and they have been working diligently to restore it to it's former glory.

Steve and Carol Farmer

Built in 1968 by the Williams family, it has experienced many updates in its 52 year history. Each year the homeowner chooses a different theme for Christmas which has included The Great Gatsby, Tudor, Paris, Scotland, and this year's theme, Feliz Navidad!

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