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Family Goes All Out Decorating Home For Christmas!

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  Original Published: 12/3/2013

Christmas lights and holiday decorations are nothing out the ordinary this time of year, but a local family takes it a step further. You can't miss this house at 40 Holiday Hill street.

The Franzen's go all out every year for Christmas, and this year is no exception. You won't miss it, but if you have trouble finding it, just follow the classic holiday music playing from a pair of speakers in the front yard.

This is their holiday tradition..Neal, Lindsay and Carson Franzen start putting decorations up after Thanksgiving.

It takes them about 24 hours total, to complete their masterpiece. A tradition passed down through the years, sure to bring joy to those who witness it. The Franzen family welcomes you to stop by 40 Holiday Hill Street between 6 and 10 pm, every night, in Lexington for some Christmas cheer.

   
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