NeighborWorks® Dakota Home Resources is pleased to announce the Shea House previously located at 366 Main St. has been successfully renovated at its new location in the Peck Gardens neighborhood.
In March of 2014, Optima LLC donated the Shea house to NeighborWorks® Dakota Home Resources under the conditions that NeighborWorks® assisted with the relocation and restoration of the property.
NeighborWorks Dakota Home Resources successfully completed the renovations and sold the home to a family in Deadwood.
Built in 1948 by Jim and Lillian Shea, the Shea House was fully renovated with modern electrical and plumbing, beautifully restored wood floors, a new kitchen and bathroom, new siding and roofing plus the addition of an oversized one car garage. This home is now located on a beautiful lot in the Peck Gardens neighborhood.
Paul Bradsky, with Optima LLC., stated that he is very impressed with the completed project and updated home. “The Bradsky Family is just so pleased at the job NeighborWorks has done restoring this house. We know that countless hours have gone into making this house a home again. What a testament to the mission of NeighborWorks and the team that works there! We believe Jim and Lillian would be more than pleased that this house is going to be utilized as a home to another family in Deadwood. Great job!”
Lillian Shea’s nieces Aileen Brunner and Pat Carstensen also expressed gratitude to the restoration of the home. “Our family is thankful that NeighborWorks® was a part of the restoration process and are excited that a new family will enjoy the home in a safe residential neighborhood.”
About NeighborWorks: NeighborWorks® Dakota Home Resources is a private nonprofit organization that has been assisting in providing decent, safe and affordable housing and revitalizing neighborhoods for twenty years. NeighborWorks® has helped more than 1,000 families realize their dream of homeownership. For more information on NeighborWorks® Dakota Home Resources contact 605-578-1401 or visit us on the web at www.nwdhr.org