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The Home of 

Mr. Ed Brent & Mr. Yangmali Rai

100 W Briarwood | Troxell Home/Briarwood Estates

About the Home

The first of the 1981 show homes returns 40 years later for this year's tour! Built in 1938 by Col. Alexander Troxell and Mrs. Jesse Troxell, Briarwood Estate is a beautiful colonial red brick home nestled inside nearly 4 acres of trees near West Broadway and Stadium Drive.

On the outside, history and environmental stability prevail with only a few changes having been made to the original home. The two-story front portico features classic white columns made from redwood shipped by rail from the West Coast, and the exterior back wall survives as the only feature of the original brick home built on the property in the 1800s from bricks fired on site.

The updated kitchen-dining area transformed a tiny kitchen and formal dining room into a spacious open floor plan with modern appliances and an island where guests can gather, socialize, and entertain.

Today, the owners enjoy sharing their home with others by offering short-term rentals for family gatherings, cozy weddings, baby showers, work retreats, graduations, and more.
The owners of the Briarwood Estate attribute the outstanding and beneficial work on the renovation of the home to these businesses: 

Ketchum-Up Services - Stephen Ketchum, Owner & Builder
Studio Home - Jon Trigg,  Co-Owner and Lead Designer
Korte Tree Service -Josh Korte, Owner and Certified Arborist
Mark Hall Cabinetry -Mark and Stephanie Hall, Owners
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