5 Fireplaces We'd Like to Hang Our Stockings By

Dated: December 21 2021

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‘Twas barely a week before Christmas, when all through the region,
Many were busy finding last minute gifts for the Christmas season,
While others were house hunting on Murney.com and sipping a glass of cheer,
Searching for the perfect home for St. Nicholas to visit next year.

1. 5233 South Stirling Way, Springfield, MO

Each child looked forward to their own bedroom,
While their parents had visions of large ensuite bathrooms;

2. 10591 Poppy Drive, Neosho, MO

Perhaps a chef’s kitchen to make large feasts,
Or an all-seasons sunroom to watch the sun rise in the east;

3. 3140 East Raynell Street, Unit K, Springfield, MO

When suddenly my phone buzzed with such a clatter,
It was the realtor with news our offer was accepted without counter;

4. 58 Monterey Drive, Branson, MO

My hopes were no longer dreams,
Next year I would be a homeowner, it seems;

5. 5955 South Royce Road, Springfield, MO

A wish from Murney Associate Realtors,
Happy Christmas from our homes to yours!

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