TSLL House is For Sale!

Jun 03, 2014


~UPDATE (8/2015): TSLL was sold!

~UPDATE (5/6/2015): Click here to discover the impetus for the move. I couldn’t be more excited!

~View a video tour of the home here (note: the fence, as seen below in this post, has been updated to a cedar picket fence.)

After nine years of turning the 1930 Normandy style home into my sanctuary, I have arrived at the decision to move. Now, don’t worry, part of my reason for moving is so that I can again create a home that is my simply luxurious abode, and I can’t wait to take you with me on the process of any renovations or DIY projects I dive into (and you know there will be a few).

During the past nine months of being off the market, the house and yard have undergone remodeling projects and upgrades that I have been wanting to do for years. Enjoy the tour below.






Click here to tour the 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom property and peruse the details of how each room was styled.

~Looking for further information? Or are you interested or know someone who may want to call this French haven their very own? Contact my agent Kevin Hale at 541-969-8243 and tell them you’d like to know more about the Simply Luxurious house that Shannon Ables styled.

21 thoughts on “TSLL House is For Sale!

  1. It is just so lovely, TSLL. You’ve have a gorgeous home there. Really love the rear architecture and green aspect. Xxx

  2. What an exciting new venture for you! If I lived in the US I would love to buy your house! Can’t wait to see what you do with the new one. All the best and good luck!

  3. Your house is lovely Shannon, I’ve enjoyed the previous tours and seeing it all together here is nice. We share a love of wooden floors, sunlight, simple natural furnishings and touches of white. I’m sure that a sale will be in the offing soon and I look forward to following your adventures in your new abode.

    1. Rose, Thank you for your positive encouragement. I already have dreams and ideas running through my head. And regarding wood floors and sunlight – I can never seem to have too much of either. 🙂

    1. Gina, Thank you so much! On hot afternoons, the porch is a cool respite. 🙂 Great place to enjoy a glass of wine or sit outside when it rains (one of my favorite things to do).

  4. This must be such an exciting time for you and you should be so proud of all you have created. I cannot wait to see your next home and what you so with it. Thank you for all the wonderful and inspiring posts.

  5. Wow! Very exciting news indeed. I have been wondering about all the photos, etc. Instagram is my daily read. Blog posts are read as time permits during the week on my lunch hour, dinner time and bedtime reads! So, exciting for you. And great that you’ve picked a town you love!

  6. Love, love, love Shannon! I’m sure someone will be drawn to care for it as much as you and the pups have! So excited for your next adventure…please keep us posted!

  7. Shannon your gonna love WW Tim and I go over so often. My Best friend from school lives there. .

  8. What a lovely home! What is the story with the chain link fence in the front? Does not seem to match benchmark and viciousness of the rest.

    1. Julie – I know exactly what you mean! The fence came with the house when I bought it and finally this spring it will be replaced for a more time-period appropriate fence that is much more inviting. 🙂

  9. The house is dreamy! I think the people who bought our home last year were charmed by our two Cavaliers! perhaps you can leave your darling canines out for the showings and they will charm prospective buyers too!!

  10. It’s easy to see all the sincere love and dedication you poured into this home! It’s so lovely and very inspiring.

  11. Shannon – your house is so charming – I hope it sells quickly for you! I live in Northern California and your house would go for at least $1 million dollars here – I kid you not! It’s crazy. I live in a “mid century charmer” as they like to say and I love it, but it doesn’t have that 1930s charm that your home has. You can see the love and care that has gone into your home. Good luck to you and I look forward to see what you do with your next home.

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