Many of you have asked me about the name of my company, White Farmhouse Realty, LLC. The White Farmhouse comes from my first home. Simple as that.
It is a place that shaped me into the person I am today and that continues to shape me and my family on a daily basis. I cannot think of a better way for me to represent your next home purchase or sale than to share my real life story of what home means to me. I look forward to each and every transaction that might result in helping someone else find a place that shapes their lives as much as my first home has shaped mine.
The White Farmhouse Story
A two-story white farmhouse sits on a family farm located near the southern edge of Wayne County. For generations, that farmhouse has been a sanctuary after a long day’s work.
This farmhouse has provided safety during summer storms, warmth during winter snows, and security through all seasons of the year. It holds memories of learning to ride bikes, hauling hay, walking beans every 4th of July, baling straw on the hottest day of the year. It’s also caring for something other than just yourself. This is where spring calves were nursed on the concrete basement floor during late season snow storms, which often meant coping with good and bad outcomes. The farmhouse is where all of the outbuildings were painted one summer after wrecking a pickup just a mile down the road. It’s canning tomatoes in the kitchen and gathering eggs in the henhouse with mom. And it’s checking cows and hauling livestock and grain to market with dad.
To this day, the farmhouse is a place to solve problems through ingenuity, collaboration, and forward thinking. It’s a place of goals, dreams, and hard work. And it still stands as a place of refuge and comfort. That white farmhouse is about one family, working together, and building a life around a business. It embodies everything for which our company stands. This is real life. This is White Farmhouse Realty.