West Street Home, City of Shasta Lake
Habitat volunteers built an affordable home on West Street in the City of Shasta Lake. The high-quality, four-bedroom home was designed by architect Terry Topolski and includes many energy-efficient features.
Larry Nagy and his wife, Kimberly, with their children, Dena, Athena, and Daevin in front of their new home. Kimberly's sister, Christina Diaz, and Christina's daughter, Kelcye also live with the Nagy family.
Tess Kersten and R.J. Ellicok help build a home for the Nagy family. They were part of a volunteer group from Redding Bank of Commerce.
- Innovations Housing
- The City of Shasta Lake
- Federal Home Loan Bank
- Lions Club
- MD Imaging
- Members 1st Credit Union
- Nystrom & Company
- Redding Area Harley Owners Group
- Redding Bank of Commerce
- Redding First Church of the Nazarene
- Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
- Risen King Community Church
- Topolski Family
Record Searchlight: Family's Habitat house a blessing - Vacant lot next mother's property
By David Benda
Thursday, March 31, 2011
When Larry Nagy and his family started looking for a home to buy, a vacant lot next to his mother's property in Shasta Lake came on the market.
But the Nagys had never had the means to purchase the property.
Ultimately, the West Street property was donated to Habitat for Humanity Shasta Cascade, which just completed building a 1,680-square-foot house on the lot.
Record Searchlight: Habitat for Humanity seeks family for house in Shasta Lake
By Sean Longoria
Sunday, October 31, 2010
Habitat for Humanity Shasta Cascade is looking for a family for its new home under construction in Shasta Lake.
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom, 1,683-square-foot house is about halfway done, said Jim Koenigsaecker, president and CEO of Habitat for Humanity Shasta Cascade.
Koenigsaecker expects construction on the house to be completed by the end of winter, he said.