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Eight16 House Grand Reveal



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STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY MAGEN ESTEP

Victor and Peggy Atalla, owners of Atalla Plastic Surgery, were excited to welcome the community in for a celebration of the completion of a renovation of a historic home on Chestnut Street in Downtown Bowling Green which was previously their office. The Atalla’s partnered with Kyle Cochran, owner of Rustic Nail, local design-and-build company, for an extreme makeover to create the perfect short-term rental property. After completion, the home has five bedrooms and can sleep up to 12 guests. It is the perfect rental for bridal parties, family weekends, holiday events and even photoshoots. For more information on the eight16 House, visit their social media pages or website at eight16house.com.

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