Hearth and Home with Jeana at Lincoln Pines
Catch a glimpse of Christmas morning with Jeana’s favorite family traditions which includes baking ideas and movie choices. Also, check out the gallery of pictures below for a look at the Maxwell floor plan and the lovely Christmas decorations placed throughout Jeana’s Eastbrook Home.
Please welcome Jeana to this week’s Hearth and Home series!
EBH: What home plan do you have?
J: I have the Maxwell floor plan in Lincoln Pines
EBH: When did you move into your home?
J: I moved in Nov 29
EBH: How are you celebrating the holidays in your new home?
J: We are celebrating with family, friends and food!!
EBH: What are you most loved Christmas traditions?
J: We love making monkey bread on Christmas morning! We also enjoy watching Christmas movies, especially Elf!
EBH: What is your favorite Eastbrook Feature so far?
J: I have too many loved features to mention, but if I had to pick, I would say the double-sided fireplace in the hearth room. Very cozy, especially at this time of year! Also, I’m anxious to spend time on the screened in deck next summer.
Thank Jeana for being a part of our Hearth and Home series for 2018. As always, at Eastbrook Homes, we always give you more home for your money.
Season’s Greetings from Eastbrook Homes!
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