Featuring Hartselle’s homes
Hartselle has numerous historical and phenomenal homes.
We are trying to give those homes credit in our monthly Hartselle Living magazine.
So far, we have given homage to the William Bradford Huie house, the Stryder house and the Burleson house. This month we will feature the Kifer house and land in the upcoming May issue to be in papers next week.
We picked these homes for their beauty, significance and uniqueness.
Most of these are homes that are prominent and recognizable. I myself have driven past these homes or heard of these homes my entire life, and always wanted to see inside them.
We are trying to give our readers the chance to do just that- get an inside look.
We are making a list of homes we think are worthy of the magazine for any reason, such as its historical value, uniqueness, grandness or any of the combined qualities.
I would like to have the community’s help in finding out what other homes readers would like to see.
If you have or know of an interesting home you would like for us to cover, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please remember, that our stories are heavily focused on photos, so readers can get to see these homes they might not normally get to see. Prospective homes should be worthy of plenty of photographs.
These stories usually take up six pages in the magazine, so we want to make sure these homes are unquestionably worthy of the attention we are giving them.
This section has been very popular for the last few issues, and we hope to continue that success.
Conducting the tours, interviews and photo sessions for this section is definitely one of the best parts of my job.
I always look forward to seeing these treasured parts of Hartselle, and I hope to keep this section alive.
Our office staff has a few more ideas left for homes to feature, but we would love to hear what our readers would like to see.
I look forward to learning about these homes.
Joy Haynes is a staff writer for the Hartselle Enquirer.