Carrington House: Liscomb Home Update

March 20, 2020

We’re proud to announce that the construction of the Carrington House home for U.S. Army Specialist Michael Liscomb and his family – Michael, Desiree and their two children, Mackenzie and Grant – is nearly complete. Michael suffered a devastating injury to his leg while serving his country in Iraq in 2008 which, ultimately, resulted in an amputation. This Carrington House home will be an important step in helping the Liscomb family begin a new life together. 

Construction began last October 2019, and has progressed steadily since then. The interior finish work has been recently completed, appliances are being installed and furniture orders have been placed. There is still some work that needs to be done to the garage and exterior finishes, but everyone is hopeful that the Liscombs will be able to move into their new home by mid-April. 

“We would like to thank Showcase Homes of Maine for their tireless efforts to cross the finish line, especially in difficult weather conditions,” says Clay Morgan, VP, Facilities, for Carrington Mortgage Holdings, who has been supervising the project. “We’d also like to acknowledge our partnerships with Home Depot and Wayfair for their ongoing support of CCF and the Carrington House projects.” 

Michael and Desiree are excited about their new home, and cannot wait to get settled in. I know this has been a crazy process,” says Michael, “but my family and I are so grateful to everyone who has made this possible. We're very appreciative of all the time, effort and hard work that everyone has contributed, and we can’t thank them enough.”