16 Curb Appeal winner revealed

With fresh flowers in hand, it was time to let Brian and Beth Housand know that their landscaping dreams are about to come true.

Viewers not only picked this couple, but also picked their historic home.

The Housand’s home is nearly 150 years old.

Brian says, “Almost everyday, I get up and do something because there are plumbers and electricians and things that have to be done."

Beth says, "I’m just looking forward to having some color, having it look normal as opposed to what we have now.

The Housand family includes two active boys. Jake is 15-years-old. Ben is 11-years-old and very protective of his older brother who has a seizure disorder.

“He will defend his brother to the end, but basically his motto is ‘No one can fool with Jake or can mess with Jake except for me.’”

Brian says, “A lot of people are going to see it, and that is a big part of the reason we were hoping to win because right now, they see the mess, and hopefully sometime soon, they will see something beautiful other than the house.”

Thank you to everyone who voted in the 16 Curb Appeal contest.

Stay with Newscenter 16 over the next few weeks as we transform the Housand’s historic home with lots of help from Linton’s Enchanted Gardens.


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