Haggertys to open rural Warren home to Tri Kappa Housewalk

Mike and Stacy Haggerty's home in rural Warren is big enough to host get-togethers of their entire family, which can include up to 35 people.

On Oct. 14, the Haggertys will open their home not just to family, but to hundreds of people from the community during the triennial Tri Kappa Housewalk.

The 5,800-square-foot brick home, located at 8663S-200E, Warren, has been home to the Haggertys for the past three years. The couple designed the home, which was constructed by Granite Ridge Builders.

The home's foyer leads into a living room that features a walnut tray ceiling and a view of an in-ground pool and wooded backyard. An adjacent great room, kitchen and coffee bar includes a spacious and well-organized pantry. A master bedroom and bathroom, along with a guest bedroom, are also located off the living room. A spacious dining room completes the first floor.

A second great room, which includes a game room and kitchen, is located at the top of the staircase on the second floor. A balcony is located off the second-floor kitchen. Two bedrooms share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom, and a home office is trimmed out in hickory.

Stacy Haggerty assisted in the interior design of the home.

A five-car garage, which is connected by a hallway to the main kitchen, features a wood-burning stove and a half bath.

The back yard offers a landscaped patio and pavilion, a playground area for the grandchildren, a hammock with Mike Haggerty's name on it and cottage used as a honeymoon retreat by the couple's oldest daughter after her outdoor wedding at their home.

Mike Haggerty, who says the yard is favorite part of his home, serves as master groundskeeper for the lawn and gardens surrounding the house. The retired entrepreneur also enjoys cutting wood for the fireplaces situated throughout the home.

The Haggerty home is one of five sites included on the Tri Kappa Housewalk. The Kappa Konfections Shoppe, offering dessert items for purchase, will be located at the Haggerty home.

Other stops on the housewalk are the home of Bob and Abbey Bolen, 2834N-300E, Huntington; the home of Shawn and Michelle Haupert, 5659N-900W, Andrews; the home of Donna Hedrick, 3755 W. Division Rd., Huntington; and the Roanoke Coil Factory, 314 N. Main St., Roanoke.

All five locations will be open from noon to 6 p.m. on Oct. 14.

Advance tickets are available at a discounted price at Dorothy's Hallmark, in Huntington, or by calling 358-6190 or 356-8804. Full-price tickets may be purchased the day of the housewalk at any of the five locations.