As an experienced realtor it is uncommon that I walk into a home and am in sheer amazement. Amazed at not only the openness, attention to detail, and beauty but at the absolute perfection from top to bottom. This exact thing happened the moment I walked in the door at our new listing in Markleville. The sheer magnitude of the property is enough to cause you to stop in your tracks but delving even deeper into the home and taking note of the flawless craftsmanship in this Riffey built home gives you an even deeper appreciation for the architecture and design that went into making this home. Located on 17 acres in the justly popular Pendleton School district and only 5 miles from Hoosier Park this home is ideal for horse lover in your life. In addition to the fenced in pasture it also features a 5 stall horse barn with office. I could go on and on about the interior of the house from the soaring great room with the floor to ceiling fireplace, the luxurious master spa, or the gourmet kitchen but without seeing the pictures it would not be doing it justice. Take the time to look at the pictures and set up your own personal tour! This eye catching, breath taking, mold breaking home won’t last long on the market.
‘Tis the season for pumpkin everything and to be honest I can’t complain. I love my pumpkin spiced latte, my pumpkin scented candle, and the occasional pumpkin flavored cookie but one thing I look forward to that tops the rest of them bar none is a Pumpkin Pie in a Glass drink! This simple concoction is true to it’s name and is ideal to serve at any Halloween party, Thanksgiving dinner, or even a fun Saturday night! All you need is:
* 2 parts Kahlua pumpkin spice (although I’ve used regular Kahlua as well)
* 1 part hazlenut liqueur
* 2.5 parts heavy cream
* 1 part pumpkin puree
* 1/4 tsp pumpkin pie spice
Simply combine all ingredients into a martini shaker with ice and shake. Pour into a glass and serve!
I like steak houses quite a bit, Texas Roadhouse, Applebees, Lonestar, you name it I can nearly recite their menu. Unfortunately the reason behind my vast knowledge of each of their menus is that they don’t differ much from one another. Sometimes it’s nice to break the monotony of our Saturday night date night and try a different type of cuisine and a different type of atmosphere. This is made even better by doing so all the while supporting a local business such as The Nile. Located on 8th Street downtown Anderson this local gem not only offers traditional and authentic Mediterranean dishes such as falafel, spinakopita, and saganaki (which I highly recommend) but they also offer the genuine Mediterranean atmosphere that adds to the appeal. So the next time you can’t decide where to go for dinner, try something different, delicious, and affordable at The Nile restaurant!