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Featured preview home this week - The home of Ron and Tamie Odom located at 511 Stoneledge Drive had construction begin in 2008 as the first model home in the Stoneledge Subdivision.

Plans shaping up for fourth annual Holiday Tour of Homes

            The Aces Youth Home (ACES) will hold its fourth annual Holiday Tour of Homes in Jasper.  Presented by Piedmont Mountainside, this year’s tour will take place on Sunday, December 3rd from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. and will feature a home on South Main Street in Jasper, a historic commercial business (former home) on West Church Street, three homes on the west end of the county, and a tour of our very own Aces Youth Home located at 133 Cares Drive in Jasper. 

            Our featured home for this week will be the home of Ron and Tamie Odom located at 511 Stoneledge Drive in the beautiful Stoneledge Subdivision. This home had construction begin in 2008 as the first model home in the Stoneledge Subdivision.  Sadly, along came the recession and the housing market crash. 

            The project was tabled, leaving the home almost finished but languishing until 2013 when a new builder took over and completed the home. The Odoms are the third owners who bought the house, “sight unseen” in 2021 in order to move to the area from Texas. 

            Tamie says, “I was  born in Bermuda and have lived many places but I have never felt at home until Jasper.”                              The home was a welcome surprise with its custom touches, large kitchen and crown moulding throughout. 

Tamie is a professional artist and retired interior decorator so it didn’t take long to begin redoing the home inside and out. 

            It’s had the interior repainted, a swim/spa with double decks added (built by the owner, Ron) lighting and flooring changes and more.                          She says there’s always plans to improve and an artist studio looms in the future.  Some of the more interesting touches in this home include the artwork collection amassed while Tamie owned Sparrows Gallery. Ron built a swing and log rack which will also impress the crowd.   

            Tickets – Tickets for the tour may be purchased online at for $25 or on the day of the event for $30. Tickets are also available at Community Bank of Pickens County and Jasper Drug Store. We have two options for registration and starting points this year. One option will be at The Conservancy located at 80 South Main Street.  Free shuttle service will be available for the South Main Street and West Church Street portions of the tour. Parking will be available on main street and at the First Baptist Church of Jasper. 

            Another option for registration will be in the beautiful Stoneledge Subdivision located in the west end of the county.  This will be the starting point for the west end of the tour.  Once you arrive in the Stoneledge Subdivision, the registration/starting point will be located at 17 Stoneledge Trace North.  Parking is available at this site.  A free shuttle service will be provided between the homes on this end of the Tour.  Individual and business sponsorships are also available.  For more information about becoming involved with ACES, email or call 706-253-2375. 

            The mission of ACES Youth Home is to provide temporary and long-term residential placement and care for both boys and girls ages 11-18.  We provide a safe, secure and nurturing home for youths who have been victims of abuse or neglect.  We help children discover their strengths and learn to cope with the crises in their lives.  We strive to recognize the value and dignity of each individual we serve.   Donations can be mailed to ACES Youth Home, 133 Cares Drive, Jasper, GA 30143.  

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