Tucked away on a dead-end Pleasant Grove lane is an antique-Western-saddle heaven.
Dick and Carole Prescott have spent years creating a home that “looks like it’s 100 years old.” They have a two-seater outhouse along their gravel driveway and a working saloon to the side of their property.
Dick, who is a general contractor by trade, built the home two decades ago and later Carole moved in and began adding her touch — such as thousands of flowers along the grassy acreage. They’ve found their most valuable antiques at the dump, neighborhood clean-up parties and along Carole’s UPS route.
No two visits to the home are alike as the couple is always remodeling, adding antiques and rearranging furniture. They’ve thought about opening an antique shop, but Carole doesn’t know if she could part with her treasures.