Hall Home Gallery: July 2009
The simple yet tasteful décor found in Joe and Sandy Hall’s River Bend Place condominium gives it a clean, traditional-modern style.
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When you hear the word condominium, a certain image comes to mind. Chances are, it’s nothing like River Bend Place, the brand-new, gated luxury condominiums located on the north side of Branson overlooking Lake Taneycomo. The condominiums are owned by Stone Ridge by the Lake, and they were built by Matt Engram of Calavaras Builders. One Branson couple says they’re one of the few great luxury condominiums in the area. “When you think of a condo, this just usually isn’t what you picture,” says Joe Hall, who moved into a 3,200-square-foot River Bend Place condominium with his wife, Sandy, last December.
“Sandy was always ready to move since we became empty-nesters,” Joe says. The couple has two children: a daughter, Christy, who is an architect in Atlanta, and a son, Scott, who operates businesses in China and Bangladesh. Joe was warm to the idea of moving, as long as the couple’s new home met certain criteria: it had to be on the north side of Branson, close to Highway 65, shopping and doctor’s offices and in a gated community. River Bend Place was the perfect match. He says he never expected the new place to be something he enjoyed so much. “I mean, how can you not enjoy this view?,” he says as he looks out from the condo’s sunroom, which has a million-dollar view of Lake Taneycomo.
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