The 2019 Harvest of Homes Tour

We want to welcome all of you to our tenth Harvest of Homes Tour! The date is Saturday, September 21st, from 10am until 3pm. Once again, we have an exciting line-up of interesting local homes for you to view. Our theme this year is Art, which we think is a nice follow-up to Artown. Our "Encore House" this year is also our oldest home at 937 Jones Street. It is from our 2010 tour, the home of artist Joan Arrizabalaga, which is filled with unique examples of her work. On the other end of the spectrum we have a Mid-Century Modern home belonging to artist Charlotte Voitoff which displays her own art as well as that of quite a local artists. One of our Newlands Manor homes is filled with exceptional handcrafted furniture by owner John Farrow, a talented woodworker. The other Newlands home, that of Joe and Alex Lutz Grzymski, is currently having art custom-created for specific spaces that we hope will be in place for the tour. Our "Adaptive Reuse" home, now the office of attorney Natalie Reed, features her mother's lovely watercolors in the dining nook, a friend's unique animal art and her young niece and nephew's charming drawings in the hallways. Sandra Kelly's West Plumb stone house is a testament to her skill as an interior decorator and creativity as she has used repurposed materials in unique ways. We know you will find this year's homes wonderfully unique!

The Homes

937 Jones Street

A stately three-story Queen Anne in Powning's Addition.

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6 Bret Harte Avenue

A two-story Spanish-style "casa" in the Newlands Neighborhood.

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145 Mark Twain Avenue

A graceful brick period revival in the Newlands Neighborhood.

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1895 Plumb Lane

A wonder inside and out, a stone cottage once a part of Plumb Ranch.

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611 Forest Street

A delightful two-story brick period revival in Midtown.

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3310 Sunnyvale

A jewel, a ranch-style home full of artwork and lush greenery.

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