15th Annual Historic Home Tour
Saturday, April 1, 2017
10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
$20 in advance at Tom Thumb / $25 at the door
Available at Tom Thumb Stores in Mid-March
Home Tour 2017
3825 Miramar: A stately example of eclectic Greek Revival architecture was built in 1922 by J.A. Pitzinger, architect. The Delagi family retained the exterior façade and more during an extensive renovation and restoration endeavor. The residence reaches out and embraces nature from every room while the contemporary interior enhancements provide comfort and pleasure. A vintage treasure and a Highland Park classic rescued and updated in magnificent fashion.
4218 Fairfax Avenue: Built in 1929, a rare jewel created by Clyde H. Griesenbeck, the original architect. Each phase of renovations were diligently researched and period appropriate glass, slate tiles, masonry, carpentry and hardware were utilized. Winner of the Historic Preservation Achievement Award in 2004. Dorothy Malone lived here for a number of years. The traditional exterior disguises the fact that you have stepped into a whimsical Tudor wonderland.
4309 Westway: Built in 1942, an elegant example of French Eclectic architecture, retaining the original front façade and decorative appliqued plaster window elements, the interior space has been redefined in a creative, imaginative manner.
3600 Greenbrier: A reimagined 1930s Colonial style home, extensively renovated with grand interior spaces and dramatic design, maintaining the exterior six stately live oak trees and changing the entrance to Thackery, honoring and celebrating the relationship between the home and the land in a splendid way.
*Photos by Danny Piassick
to see segment from Good Morning Texas 2016 Home Tour
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