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Welcome to my real estate site. I think you will agree that Middle Tennessee has something to offer for everyone. You'll find a vast array of historical homes, plantation farms and areas that seem untouched by time, as well as upscale and modern homes and businesses offering state of the art amenities. Speaking of art, my extensive background as a commercial artist helps me understand the "art" of real estate...finding just the right property and matching it with the right owner, whether it's a simple cottage or an elaborate castle. Just as every detail counts in rendering a fine portrait; the same careful attention to detail is required when making such an important decision as buying or selling real estate. After all, it's probably your largest investment. I can help you find the real estate solution custom tailored to your individual needs.
An "Artist" in the Real Estate Profession.
So whether you're wanting to buy or sell your current home or business, or looking for that perfect real estate investment, I can help. I am familiar with the current market and inventory in Middle Tennessee including Maury, Williamson, Davidson, Dickson, Giles, Marshall, Rutherford and Bedford Counties and am ready to put my knowledge and skills to work for you!
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|Lisa is a well known artist in the Middle Tennessee Area. Her works have appeared in more than 70 galleries and museums. She specializes in historical art and portraiture.|
"Corporal Isaac Marks" by Lisa Pardon
"The Legend of the Fox" by Lisa Pardon
This 1928 Ahrens-Fox model MS4 was a "Rolls-Royce" among fire engines. The legendary piston pumper with the most noticeable big shiny red ball performed like no other fire engine of its time. This scene pays tribute to the classic fire engine and the heroic men who served the citizens of Columbia, TN during the 1930's.
"Columbia Military Academy" by Lisa Pardon
In 1888 the US Army acquired 67 acres one mile west of the public square in Columbia and constructed nine substantial buildings to be used as an arsenal. In 1904 the US Govt. gave the magnificent Columbia Post to a Board of Trustees for military school purposes. In 1978 Columbia Military Academy "Retired the Colors" bringing to a close the military era of the school. Today Columbia Academy is owned and operated by a private Christian organization and strives to continue the vision and deep patriotism, the love of God and country, that has always been a part of this historical landmark.
| Corporal Isaac Marks
7th PA Cavalry
Private Collection of Larry Fryer
Commissioned by the City of Columbia
Original Hangs in Fire Hall, Carmack Blvd.
Prints available benefit fire department, contact Lisa for more info.
| Commisioned by Columbia Academy
Prints and note cards are available and benefit Columbia Academy.
Contact Lisa for more information.