Martha Singer thought that once she grew up and got married, she would leave the country life of rural Louisiana behind and become a self-proclaimed “city girl.” But after she and her husband Dwight fell in love with the Tunica Hills area of their home state, listened nightly to coyotes howling a “jubilee” under starry skies, and continued to watch their grandsons explore their renovated property and the wildlife surrounding it, they decided that no place could be better.
From the cedar-clad barn that houses two horses, Stormy and Cowboy, to the screened-off back porch with a view of the wilderness, the Singer’s home is one with nature—even a 1920s utility wagon sitting close by has been modified into quaint and cozy sleeping quarters for guests. Unless the guests prefer the suite above the barn. Or almost any other of the Western-inspired rooms in the Singers’ carefully curated home.
To see more photos and details of the Singer’s country home—decked out for Christmas, no less—check out our article from the December issue of inRegister, available on newsstands now.