Today's Home: Bay Pointe

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Chris Loopernow has a place for his pool table in the family's three-bedroom home in Bay Pointe.
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An eBay purchase drove Chris and Deanne Looper to build their three-bedroom home in Bay Pointe.

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The living room of the Looper's home in Evans.  JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
The living room of the Looper's home in Evans.

“My husband bought a pool table on eBay, and the last house we lived in, it was like there’s just no room for this pool table. Well, we’re going to have to build something, I guess,” Deanne Looper said with a laugh, as though the decision was a no-brainer.

The couple completed the 3,600-square-foot house in 2003, and put the pool table in the game room above the garage.

In addition to the table, a full bathroom and a bar, the room boasts a 1975 jukebox with records by artists such as Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash.

The fleur de lis is a theme throughout the home. Hand- painted versions welcome visitors above the front door and grace the wall above the dining room entryway.

Red is prominent throughout the home, though the Clemson fan in the family is quick to point out that she is particular about the shade.

“I like red, but not a Georgia Bulldog red,” Deanne said.

AT HOME WITH

The family: Chris and Deanne Looper, Kaitlyn and Robbie

The home: 3,600 square feet on two acres with three bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, bonus room, garage and a swimming pool

AROUND THE BLOCK

The neighborhood: Bay Pointe

Location: Off of Hardy McManus Road

Schools: Riverside Elementary, Riverside Middle, Greenbrier High

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AlwaysJukin
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AlwaysJukin 08/19/13 - 11:03 am
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Nice looking gameroom. FYI:

Nice looking gameroom. FYI: it may have been just a typo but the German made Wurlitzer Atlanta III was made circa 1975, not 1955.

Sean Moores
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Sean Moores 08/20/13 - 01:56 pm
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Thank you

Thank you AlwaysJukin. I did some research, and it looks like you are correct. I have fixed it in the story.

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