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One of Genva's most notable homes highlights house tour

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The Kirtley family home, 1667 Keim Circle, overlooks the rolling hills of a golf course. This decade-old house exudes warmth and hospitality and is professionally decorated.

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The home of John and Lynne Bellano, 611 Forest View Drive, is a spacious three-story, five-bedroom Old European Tuscan-inspired house built in 2006.

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This 80-year-old Tudor at 405 S. First St. is home to the McFadden family. Set in Geneva's historic district, this house maintains its original character but was completely redone last year with the latest energy-efficient systems.

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One of Geneva's most notable houses, 502 S. Fourth St., is one of five featured in this year's Geneva Chamber of Commerce Christmas House Tour. Built in 1864 by Alexander B. Moore, the home of the Rittenhouse family is registered with the Geneva History Center.

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The front of the Rittenhouse family home features two parlors, mirroring each other in architectural detail with Italian fireplaces and picture rail moldings.

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The family room in the Rittenhouse family home, centered around a stone fireplace and oak shelves, was added in 2004. Imported doors from France conceal a handcrafted armoire.

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The Arnold family home, 844 Sunset Road, is a 75-year-old white brick colonial that blends its original design with modern upgrades.

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Looking for holiday decorating ideas? Get inspired at Geneva's annual Christmas House Tour Dec. 7 and 8. The tour features five distinctive homes ranging from an 80-year-old Tudor in Geneva's historic district to a modern-day beauty overlooking the rolling hills of the Eagle Brook Country Club golf course.
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    • The Kirtley family home, 1667 Keim Circle, overlooks the rolling hills of a golf course. This decade-old house exudes warmth and hospitality and is professionally decorated.
    •  The home of John and Lynne Bellano, 611 Forest View Drive, is a spacious three-story, five-bedroom Old European Tuscan-inspired house built in 2006.
    •  This 80-year-old Tudor at 405 S. First St. is home to the McFadden family. Set in Geneva’s historic district, this house maintains its original character but was completely redone last year with the latest energy-efficient systems.
    •  One of Geneva’s most notable houses, 502 S. Fourth St., is one of five featured in this year’s Geneva Chamber of Commerce Christmas House Tour. Built in 1864 by Alexander B. Moore, the home of the Rittenhouse family is registered with the Geneva History Center.
    •  The front of the Rittenhouse family home features two parlors, mirroring each other in architectural detail with Italian fireplaces and picture rail moldings.
    •  The family room in the Rittenhouse family home, centered around a stone fireplace and oak shelves, was added in 2004. Imported doors from France conceal a handcrafted armoire.
    • The Arnold family home, 844 Sunset Road, is a 75-year-old white brick colonial that blends its original design with modern upgrades.
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