Vote the McCray Mansion for House of the Year!

The McCray Mansion, located in Kendallville, Indiana, won the Wall Street Journal's House of the Week earlier this year in February 2015, and it is now in the running for The Wall Street Journal’s 2015 House of the Year Contest!  We would love for a local property to receive such a distinguished award and to do so we need your help!

Vote for the McCray Mansion titled “Mansion Built For a Refrigerator Magnate Asking $499,900” at http://graphics.wsj.com/house-of-the-year-2015/ .

Upon clicking the link, simply select the home that you like best for each match until you see “Mansion Built for a Refrigerator Magnate . . .”  Once you see The McCray Mansion appear, vote for this property and continue to vote for The McCray Mansion during each subsequent match up.

There are a total of 49 pairs, and you will see a Thank You message when the voting is done indicating your selection of the McCray Mansion.

Voting ends January 4th, so don’t delay!  We thank you in advance for voting, and look forward to hearing the results of the voting on January 14th!

The McCray Mansion was completed in 1928 for the prominent E.E. McCray family (McCray Refrigeration), and is one of Indiana’s historic gems.  This magnificent Colonial Revival home totals 10,000+ sq. ft. (7,848 above ground, 2,541 below), and it is unparalleled in authenticity and design.  It is a property truly worthy of the House of the Year Award.

Click here to see the full details of this amazing property on the Reecer Properties website.

Click here to watch a video about the McCray Mansion.

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