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404 Craftsman Dr, Dothan, AL     $394,600

Beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 bath home in Braxton Bend. A foyer opens to a spacious Grand room with rich hardwoods and custom cabinetry with lighted glass shelving surrounding a lovely mantel and fireplace! Dream chef’s kitchen with white cabinets, subway tile backsplash, and quartz countertops amid the shiny newer stainless appliances! Off the kitchen is a sunroom/office. The primary suite is ample sized for a king bed and sitting area with new carpet! The en suite bath has a spa feel with jetted tub, custom tile shower and dual vanities. There are two more spacious bedrooms on the main floor and a full guest bath with granite countertops. Upstairs is a massive bonus room and 4th bedroom, full bath, and huge closet space! Outside you have a screened porch and deck and mature trees that offer tremendous outdoor living opportunities! The back yard could easily accommodate a pool! Located on a quiet cul-de-sac with entry to west gate park! This home is in a great central location close to everything! For more information, contact Kim Lee, 333-6457!

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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Showcase Properties would like to recognize the “Showcase Agents” for the month of April-

Ramona Miley, Jackie Johnson, Angela Blissett, Molly Gomillion, Kim Lee, Kristin Kruger, Krysia Wisniewski, and Tim Vierkandt!

These highly trained and motivated professionals continue to set the standard for productivity, professionalism, client satisfaction, and commitment to career development. Our team of professionals at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Showcase Properties is “Committed to Excellence - Every Day in Every Way.”




Making Multigenerational Households Happy

Between 20%-26% of the nation live in multigenerational homes with two or more adult generations or grandparents and grandchildren younger than 25. According to, there are numerous benefits—multigen households save money and share responsibilities to improve wellbeing for all members. Children have fewer behavioral problems, grandparents are happier and less lonely, and their adult children have more financial and emotional support.

Younger adults can improve their credit, reduce debt, and save for a down payment on their own home one day. Family members can combine their credit and cash to borrow bigger mortgage and remodeling loans to buy better homes, improve lifestyles and increase privacy.

To make shared living successful, multigen households should establish some ground rules, advises

1. Create both common areas and separate spaces. All household members need privacy. Homes with dual owner’s suites, kitchenettes, private baths and separate entrances make it easy to live together and have privacy, too.

2. Set boundaries. Establish everyone’s needs, expectations and personal preferences openly. Respect each other’s privacy, possessions and time.

3. Do your part. Pay your fair share as agreed. Do your chores on time. Offer help when needed.

4. Create opportunities for caregivers to recharge. Date nights and weekend getaways away from the house can be refreshing for parents or caregivers of aging parents.

5. Create playtime for the whole family. Everyone can look forward to board game night, family vacations, trips to the park, school plays, or tickets to sporting and musical events.



Head out to Folklore Brewing & Meadery on Saturday May 27th, for FolkFest2023! Activities will include axe throwing with Monkey Axe, Face Painting with Alexa Kelly, Food Trucks, Thistle & Dixie Flower Bar, Pints & Paints (Purchase Painting Tickets Here) and LIVE Music all day! This is an activity filled day with something fun for everyone! For full details and schedule of events, visit the Event Page!



Every third Friday from now through July, Headland Main Street hosts Under the Oaks from 7:00PM-10:00PM. These are free concerts on the square in Headland, AL. Music varies from rock, country, Motown and Praise. Come visit our shops, eat at one of our restaurants or stop by a food truck. Bring your bag chairs or blankets. This is an outdoor event. All ages are welcome! For more details, visit their Event Page!



Friday and Saturday, June 16th and 17th at Slocomb Centennial Park! The 33rd annual Slocomb Tomato Festival will be a weekend of music, food and fun! Visit their Event Page for details and concert lineup!


Apps That Keep Your Houseplants Alive

Houseplants bring earthy beauty to interiors, but they can quickly show signs of decline if they don’t get the correct amount of sun, nutrients and water. When your favorite plant turns into a droopy, brown mess, where can you turn for help?

Google Play or Apple might not be your first move, but they have excellent apps that can help you choose, care for, and grow healthy beautiful plants. You can use an app to help you save a sickly plant, talk to the app’s team of botanists, and set reminders for watering, fertilizing, pruning and other plant care, advises

Download or PictureThis the next time you visit a nursery to help you choose plants that will thrive in your home or garden. Use the app when you’re on a nature hike to help you identify edible plants and keep you from walking into that tangle of poison ivy.

Bloomscape’s Vera app offers a great way to document your plants, customize watering and fertilizing schedules, and journal about your plants as well as store pics of them as they grow. 

Plantnote is an app diary that allows pics with a data backup option, and it integrates with Google Lens to identify plants with Apple Maps or Google Maps.

Reader’s Digest rates Planta as the best plant-care app for 2023, and it’s an Editor’s Choice on the App Store. The paid subscription includes a light meter and access to Dr. Planta for troubleshooting plant disease and other advice.


Improve Your Small Kitchen’s Functionality

Kitchens with little workspace, poor lighting, cramped traffic flow, and inadequate storage can easily be redesigned into high-functioning spaces.

Space Planning

If there is room to borrow space from somewhere else—the utility room, pantry, or living area—you can increase functionality by installing new cabinets, drawers and countertops that are a few inches shallower than standard. You’ll have more room to walk around 18” deep cabinets and less trouble bending over to retrieve pots or dishes from the back of a 24” cabinet. Buy upper cabinets that go all the way to the ceiling for extra storage. Locate your dishwasher so that the open door doesn’t bang into nearby cabinets and drawers.


You’ll have more workspace if you keep countertops cleared of clutter. You can choose a cabinet that includes a convenient appliance garage to store blenders, coffee grinders, and other small appliances. Instead of building a separate pantry, attach an extra-tall cabinet unit on the end to use for canned goods, brooms, etc.


Nothing beats natural light, but you can brighten workspaces with undercabinet lighting and canned ceiling lights. For overhead lights, install a flush-mount fixture with multiple lightbulbs.


At 30”-36” wide, refrigerators can hog precious workspace. A narrower fridge between 24” and 28” is more suitable for a smaller kitchen. Microwave/convection/oven units cook multiple ways and can be recessed into a wall. Freestanding ovens with four-burner cooktops come as compact as 20” to 24”, large enough to roast a Thanksgiving turkey.


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These Sponsors Helped to Make our 2nd Annual Sunshine Kids Kentucky Derby Gala a wonderful event, raising nearly $17,000 for The Sunshine Kids Foundation! 

Mike Schmitz Automotive Group

Interlinc Mortgage Company

State Farm, Jessica Barnes Insurance Agent

The Local Home View, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Showcase Properties

Metcalf & Company, LLC

Cornerstone Home Inspectors

R. Bruce Hall, Attorney

Jackson Thornton & Co., P.C.

Tyndall Federal Credit Union

Fairway Independent Mortgage Co.

Lewis-Smith Supply Corp.

Smith Financial Services, LLC


Synovus Bank

Home Warranty Inc.

AllClear Pest Control

The Joyner Firm

Bootlegger Liquors

Scenic Cable

AMX Trucking

Solid Ground Electric

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