Two years ago, Wells Fargo donated a historic and condemnable St. Elmo home at 5316 St Elmo Ave. to local nonprofit, Widows Harvest.
For the past 24 months, Widows Harvest has worked with a team of contractors and interior designers to restore, remodel, and resuscitate this historic 2800-square foot home named Home Harvest. This gem is now ready to be placed on the market and prior to listing it, Widows Harvest will host a ribbon cutting and open house to celebrate its completion.
Proceeds from the sale of Home Harvest will be used to support and provide home repair assistance to local older, low-income widows living in Chattanooga’s urban and inner city neighborhoods.
Widows Harvest staff and more than 35 partners who helped over the past two years to restore Home Harvest will be at the ribbon cutting on Saturday, March 25, from 11–11:30 a.m.