BrockWorks, Inc. has been a proud sponsor of the Smith Mountain Lake Charity Home Tour for nearly three decades, with numerous homes featured throughout the years, including two of the Brock Family's personal residences. This year's tour features the McAvoy home, built by BW in 2018, which benefits the Roanoke Valley Speech and Hearing Center.
Eight beautiful lakefront homes are opened to the general public for touring on Columbus Day weekend. Uniquely, all Tour homes are accessible by road and by water, with a significant number of residents and visitors traveling from home to home by private or rented boat.
Located in Park Place, the McAvoy home is a 4,200 sq. ft. Tuscan style home with beautiful views of the lake and Smith Mountain. It has 4 bedrooms and 3 ½ half baths, and an open floor plan with hickory hardwood floors. Oriental rugs are seen throughout the home along with antique wood mantles, tray ceilings, and touches of Italy.
The kitchen features chocolate-stained cherry cabinets, granite countertops and a large island. There is a walk-out screened porch with a fireplace and a balcony. The master bedroom has His-and-Her closets, and the master bath has an oversized shower and a claw foot tub. The lower level houses 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, enclosed theatre room, game room, and a seating area with a bar. Outside, it is an easy walk to the dock, passing a fire pit nestled behind boulders that already existed on the property.
The Roanoke Valley Speech and Hearing Center’s mission is to improve quality of life by helping children and adults communicate effectively. Established in 1959 by the Cosmopolitan Club of Roanoke, the Center is supported by fees for services, grants, and donations.
RVSHC has been serving the Roanoke Valley for over 60 years and our professionals are ready to help you meet your communication needs.
Some 1,200 volunteers assist with the planning, administration and hosting of the SML Charity Home Tour each year.
The event, which can accommodate over 3,000 ticket holders, began in 1991.
Over 40 different 501(c)(3) charities in the region have received funds from the event during the Charity Home Tour’s many years of operation.