Thank you for making our 20th anniversary of Coppell  Christmas Home Tour a huge success and giving back to our community.

We want to thank everyone that made this year’s Christmas Home Tour a great success. Our children and community will benefit from your support and commitment.

Listed below are the four beautiful Christmas home tour homes along with the bonus Kirkland House:

The Munoz/Restivo home located at 513 Rolling Hills Road in Coppell, TX. Elizabeth and Oscar’s “Texas size” lot and ranch-style house has gone through some recent renovations with a modern farmhouse influence.  Long time Coppell residents may remember driving past the Christmas yard display when it was owned by the owner of Michael’s craft store. Currently, this spacious house is decorated to accommodate five young children.  Many of the objects of art and décor come with an interesting story reflecting the couples’ Spanish and Italian ancestry as well as the many countries and states in which they have lived. The must-see raised patio overlooks the pool and outdoor kitchen with a wood burning grill for making paella, and features beams reclaimed from Amish barns.  Beyond the pool is a full-size tennis / basketball court, both original to the home, and a newly added outdoor shower, fire pit and playhouse.  The Christmas décor includes a collection of nativity sets.  Visitors can buy a raffle ticket ($5) for the Nutcracker themed 8’ tall tree donated by Heaven Sent Boutique in Lewisville. Coppell Landmark ornaments are also for sale.  This year’s ornament features Andrew Brown Park East.


The Hyndman home located at 535 Melinda Street in Coppell, TX. This is a traditional Coppell home in the Big Cedar subdivision on a beautiful lot filled with mature trees and an enchanting backyard and pool. This recently remodeled house is filled with lots of original artwork including three treasured oil on plywood paintings by a family friend, as well as several watercolors, needlepoints, and quilt art pieces by various artists within their extended family. Because of a life changing trip to Africa, the décor includes African art, baskets, tapestries, and African inspired chandeliers, bringing back deep sentimental memories of Mary’s spiritual journey. While touring the home, watch for foxes, butterflies and angels as you stroll through the different rooms. They are very meaningful to the family and are displayed in various forms throughout the home. Mary loves to decorate for all holidays, especially Christmas. Her collections including a nativity scene in each room, an angel collection (both year-round and holiday additions), as well as collections of Santas, snowmen, and nutcrackers.

The Crosby home located at 408 Glencrest Circle in Coppell, TX. Frank Lloyd Wright fans will love this house that was remodeled in a Craftsman style.  Every detail was designed and carefully selected including the Craftsman stained glass light fixtures throughout the house, the abstract rose tiles in the master bath, and the ruby glass in the kitchen upper cabinets. Roseville pottery and their antique finds furnish the home perfectly.  The house is packed with Christmas décor including more than 6 Christmas trees. Throughout the house you will see Tonnie’s collection of original Santas designed by Karen Didion. The couple was not afraid to knock down walls, rearrange room configurations, and expand exterior walls to meet their vision. The renovation has been a labor of love and the end product a model of what Frank Lloyd Wright described as “a structure in harmony with humanity and its environment.”


The Bowling home located at 228 Olympia Lane in Coppell, TX.  This recently remodeled and decorated house has a contemporary island style reflecting the family’s passion for fishing, boating, and their travels. Creativity touches every room in the house including the upside down Christmas tree in the dining room. Unique decorative items in the house include a lighted onyx wall, lights salvaged from an old ship, a range hood cladded with wood from an old train car, as well as an antique carved door leading to the rum bar. The athletic family of five enjoy their spacious back yard with pool, sports green and outdoor kitchen as well as their game room, private gym, tackle room and home theater. Stop by this house to participate in the wine pull. Bring your $20 for an outstanding bottle of wine to bring in the holidays.

The 20th Anniversary Bonus Home: Kirkland House at 501 Bethel Road by the Coppell Historical Society.

Nutcracker Raffle Tree located at 513 Rolling Hills Rd.

You could be the lucky winner of this beautiful Christmas tree professionally decorated by Heaven Sent Boutique and Gifts. The tree is an 8-foot-tall pre-lit Christmas tree with a topper of a red top-hat and black, red, and white sprays. Ballet enthusiasts will love the Nutcracker theme with red, black and gold ribbons flowing down from the top. There is an assortment of large red and gold ornaments, giant snowflakes, and of course lots of Nutcrackers. A gorgeous red velvet with gold lace tree skirt provides the perfect place for your presents.  It would be a lovely Christmas addition to any home.

This fully decorated Christmas tree will be raffled off at the Munoz Home, 513 Rolling Hills Road during the Home Tour on December 6th and 7th. The retail value of this gorgeous tree is estimated at over $1000.  Raffle tickets are $5 for one or three for $10.