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Chad Ryan | The Journal Gazette
The Porter, a contemporary Prairie-style home in the Honeysuckle subdivision outside Spencerville, has three separate areas where residents can entertain outdoors – a screened-in back porch off the kitchen dining nook, a grilling deck supplied with a natural gas line, and a downstairs cement patio. It’s part of the annual Town & Country New Home & Specialty Retail Tour.

On the Town & Country home tour

If you go

What: Town & Country New Home & Specialty Retail Tour, presented by the Home Builders Association of Fort Wayne

When: Noon to 5 p.m. today, Saturday and May 5

Where: Stops are in Fort Wayne, Huntertown, Leo-Cedarville, New Haven, Roanoke and Woodburn

Info: The tour is free. Tour booklets, with maps, are available at Kroger and Save-a-Lot supermarkets, Carter Lumber, 6630 U.S 30 E., and Fire & Ice Heating and Cooling, 1928 Inwood Drive. For information, go to www.fortwayne.com.

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