Star light. . . star bright
Mark and Debbie Burdett set their sights on Chattahoochee Hills when searching for a larger home place in 2006. As they traveled the country back roads, they spied two iconic red barns set in a large front pasture framed by a buffer of mature trees. While the country setting was enough to sell the couple on this property, they were delighted to find it also had two living spaces ideal for their extended family.
Soon after they settled in, the couple adorned their barn with a traditional tin star. When they learned about the new barn quilt trail, they looked for a similar star and found a brightly colored star pattern called "Western Spy".