• Marche And Bentley Homes Host Benefit

May 07, 2019

During the late afternoon and early evening hours of May 3, art, chocolate, bourbon and fine residential design converged under one roof to help a local organization.

The “Art, Bourbon and Chocolate” event, held at Stonehouse, a newly constructed Bentley Homes carriage home community on South Union Street in Kennett Square, raised funds for the Garage Community & Youth Center in the borough.

The event invited “Whiskey Whisperer” Mike Jasinski, chocolate sommelier Estelle Tracy and local clothing designer David Ferron to showcase their skills, and featured artwork by local artists Ellen Catanzaro and Katee Boyle.

Deanna Johnson of Marche teamed up with Tom Bentley of Bentley Homes to design the Annapolis model, and sales professionals from Bentley Homes gave tours to the more than 100 guests who attended the event. Johnson tailored her designs to second-home buyers, and filled the homes with original art, comfortable furniture, and family heirlooms... READ MORE





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