Their ranch style home sits on four acres in a tranquil country setting.
The house was built in 2004 and much of the work was done by Micah and his father.
The home is 1,980-square feet with a full basement.
A cheery snowman greets guests as they walk up the front walk.
A sled is propped next to the door waiting for the first snowfall.
The door is adorned with a snowman made of evergreen wreaths.
The living room is warm and inviting.
The walls are covered in a rusty shade of red.
A Christmas tree stands in the corner, swathed with poinsettia and gold touches.
Golden sprigs spray from the tree top.
A turn down the hallway finds a bathroom in brown and blue tones.
The vanity top is embellished with a tree and Santa figure.
Daughter Grace's room is found at the end of the hall.
Grace's room is teal with one wall featuring stencil work.
The bedding is bright and a Christmas tree in the corner is decorated in the bright colors as the bedding.
Opposite of this room is son Brody's room.
A baseball lover lives here!
A baseball themed tree stands completed with a protruding bat.
The bed is topped with a snowman fleece blanket.
When exiting these rooms, be sure to look for the handmade gift wrap tree in the hallway.
Returning down the hall, you can take full view of the formal dining room.
The table is set for Christmas dinner.
The napkins and centerpiece are holly and evergreen.
The doorway to the basement is found here.
The roomy basement offers a lounge area with TV and sofa.
Nearby sits a pool table with a light suspended above.
A bar stands adjacent, complete with bar stools.
Two Christmas trees are found in the basement. One features ornaments that were made by the children or given to the family as gifts. Neighboring the other tree is a small rocking chair that belonged to Micah when he was young.
Upon returning upstairs, a spacious kitchen sits beyond the dining room.
Sarah designed the kitchen to fit the family's needs.
An island adds even more counter top space.
The kitchen table is found on the other side of the island.
Fresh evergreens on the table top bring nature indoors. In one corner, a twig and shimmering snowflake arrangement add to the festive feel.
Beyond the kitchen is the master suite.
A sleigh bed accommodates fluffy pillows.
One wall is finished with a torn wallpaper method.
The tree here is dotted with silver and gold ornaments.
The master bath is a relaxing oasis. A garden tub is separate from the shower. The walls have been painted with a rag technique.
One wall holds a large flowering tree decal. The trunk of the tree features the homeowner's names.
The names have an appearance of being carved into the trunk of the tree.
The Home Tour will be Dec. 2. The home of Darryl and Jessica Jenkins and Clayshire Castle are also on display.
Tickets may be purchased in advance at Riddell National Bank or at any home the day of the event.