Tammy Smith knows why her house is a hangout house. “I have girls, so it’s very important to have them here,” said Tammy Smith of Trussville, Ala., home. “The best way to keep your kids and their friends where you can see them is to own a pool and a pool house.”
Tammy Smith knows why her house is a hangout house. “I have girls, so it’s very important to have them here,” said Tammy Smith of Trussville, Ala., home. “The best way to keep your kids and their friends where you can see them is to own a pool and a pool house.” Associated Press Blackmon Rogers Architects LLC
Tammy Smith knows why her house is a hangout house. “I have girls, so it’s very important to have them here,” said Tammy Smith of Trussville, Ala., home. “The best way to keep your kids and their friends where you can see them is to own a pool and a pool house.” Associated Press Blackmon Rogers Architects LLC

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