Knoxville Living hosts Open Doors, Change Lives – A Benefit for Two Local Nonprofits

//Knoxville Living hosts Open Doors, Change Lives – A Benefit for Two Local Nonprofits

Knoxville Living hosts Open Doors, Change Lives – A Benefit for Two Local Nonprofits

August 2, 2019 — Knoxville, Tenn. The Knoxville Living team of Deanna Mendenhall-Miller and Paula Kelley, with Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors® in Knoxville, Tennessee will host a benefit Open House at “the Castle on the Hill” in Farragut.

This exquisite home, located at 1344 Sonja Drive – on Campbell Station Rd., will be open for a special event to benefit Street Hope and Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee (SACET), a program of Helen Ross McNabb Center. The property sellers  have generously agreed to open their home to benefit two charities that have special meaning to them.

“We know everyone is curious about this massive estate, which is made up of a 15,027 square foot home on 11 acres, overlooking Campbell Station Road,” said Mendenhall-Miller. “We thought an open house that benefits the homeowner’s favorite charities would be a great way to introduce it to the public.”

The event is ticketed, with 100% of the ticket sales going to the two non-profits. Guests will enjoy admission to the party, as well as live music by Outlaw Ritual, food provided by Connors Concepts, Rice Catering and Goodness to Go.

Additionally, two drink tickets will be provided for each guest over the age of 21. Valet parking will be available, ride sharing is highly encouraged.

Knoxville Living staff will be available to provide tours of this unique home. They invite guests to bring their checkbooks for additional opportunities to contribute to Street Hope and Sexual Assault Center of East Tennessee (SACET), a program of Helen Ross McNabb Center.

Knoxville Living would like to say a special thanks to our hosts Doug and Kimberly Shelton and our event sponsors; Admiral Title/Adams Law, Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, REALTORS®, Connors Concepts, Contemporary Women’s Health, Janette Burgin with Regions Bank, and Rice Catering.

Tickets, of which there is a limited number, are available by clicking this link.

For more information about the luxury market in East Tennessee, contact Knoxville Living’s Deanna Mendenhall-Miller or Paula Kelley with Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors® at (865) 888-0589 or homes@knoxvilleliving.com.

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2019-08-08T12:39:03+00:00 By |Global Luxury|