Heritage Homes Tour 2017

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Step inside and tour 12 exquisite homes spanning seven decades of heritage artistry blended with modern day living. Featured homes include a mid-century modern stunner, an Edwardian tour favourite, a Georgian Revival beauty and a handsome house with English Arts and Crafts influences. Updated kitchens and beautiful gardens await to help  you with your own décor ideas!

We have 11 wonderful houses on tour. Plus Irving House where lots of exciting things are happening. (Exterior paint job…) A lovely mix of homes spread out over the city. From Moody Park to Victory Heights.

Including:

A stunning Sapperton mid-century modern. (A G. Douglas Wylie house.)

1954 Victory Heights house with a fabulous renovation and an “intriguing” addition!

1940 small Glenbrooke house that would have been demolished anywhere else but whose owners made it work for their family’s needs with a subtle addition.

1912  Handsome Arts and Crafts House with a vintage twist—blends owner’s love of mid-century modern with a craftsman sensibility.

1926 Galbraith House—Georgian Revival with amazing stained glass.

1905 JJ. Johnston’s  Edwardian mansion with an extensive backyard makeover.

1906 Capt. W. H. Philpott House that has seen major interior updates.

1910 Chappell house.  Its popular design is evident throughout the lower mainland. Previously on tour with dark rich colours and wallpaper. It returns to the Tour with a brand new kitchen reno and new subtle paint hues.

1910 an adorable  Moody Park house with Arts and Crafts influences. A lovely home where every inch counts.

A 1949 Victory Heights house where the love of wood meets the perfect blend of whimsy and wit.

AND the H.L. Edmonds House at 443 Fifth Street.  A house rich in pedigree and heritage ideas.

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