For Sale in Cane Ridge-7425 Stecoah St, Antioch, TN

7425 Stecoah St, Antioch, TN

$ Click for current price
3 BEDROOMS | 2 (2 full ) BATHROOMS | 2,435 SQUARE FEET

Ridgetop views from the Front & Back Porch! Spacious Floorplan w/X-Lg Kitchen and Walk-out Deck for Grilling, Separate Formal Dining Room/Office, All Bedrooms up including Master w/ En-suite. Large Bonus room over 2 Car Garage, Fully Fenced Back Yard.

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Teri Radcliff, Realtor | Office: 615-371-1544

TN Lic.#330949 | Mobile: 615-975-6604

BENCHMARK REALTY, LLC

318 Seaboard Ln, Ste. 115, Franklin, TN 37067 Broker Lic. #: 259153



318 Seaboard Lane, Suite 115
Office Firm License #259153
Office: 615-371-1544

How to Make Space with a Lego Table

How to Make Space with a Lego Table


Lego Table: Old Armoire Doors, Things from Amazon and BAM!

My kiddos needed a place to  store all of the components from their Lego sets so I bought various materials on Smile.Amazon.com, found a few unused items, hired my husband and created a Lego table from old armoire doors.

Please watch the video to understand the process of making this custom Lego station.

 

Many time kids just don’t understand where they need to put things when they clean up their spaces. This station helps them understand the need for organization and helps parents set expectations. It’s been a Godsend for our family! Finding additional space in our homes is a must. If you need help choosing materials or constructing the project just ask a family member or friend for advice. In many instances, this DIY method will be less expensive than a manufactured product.

Below are the items that I chose for this Lego table:

  • Armoire doors
  • 2 x Lego panels
  • Storage bins
  • Twine
  • Hinges
  • Adhesive caulk
  • Cordless Drill
  • Oscillating Saw
  • Wood and drywall Screws