Above: Homeowner Tomi Ross, left, with Angela Forsee of Greystone Restorations at Ross's home on Bassett Avenue in Kenwick, which was rebuilt after the home she had lived in for decades was destroyed by fire last year.  
Left: The master bedroom of Ross's home 
Right: The free-standing tub in the master bathroom at Ross's home.
Above: Homeowner Tomi Ross, left, with Angela Forsee of Greystone Restorations at Ross's home on Bassett Avenue in Kenwick, which was rebuilt after the home she had lived in for decades was destroyed by fire last year. Left: The master bedroom of Ross's home Right: The free-standing tub in the master bathroom at Ross's home. Lexington Herald-Leader
Above: Homeowner Tomi Ross, left, with Angela Forsee of Greystone Restorations at Ross's home on Bassett Avenue in Kenwick, which was rebuilt after the home she had lived in for decades was destroyed by fire last year. Left: The master bedroom of Ross's home Right: The free-standing tub in the master bathroom at Ross's home. Lexington Herald-Leader

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