The Killebrew Home
When someone approached Carylon Killebrew in 2010 looking to buy her North Chattanooga home of 30 years, she would have never guessed it would lead her to where she is today. After listening to her heart and, most importantly, God, she decided to sell her conveniently located property that provided the space for her to have whatever it was that she desired, whether that be a barn and horses or chickens and cows.
A change of pace led Killebrew to an industrial Tuscan home on the Southside, but after a number of years, she longed to get back to a property that provided her with space and tranquility. “A realtor brought me up here, and in the driveway, before I even made it up to the house, I knew this was where I wanted to be,” recalls Killebrew, who now lives on an eight-acre estate atop Signal Mountain.
By Christina Cannon / Photography by Creative Revolver