The F.Q. Story neighborhood celebrates its 30th Annual Home Tour Dec. 6-7. The Story neighborhood is near the heart of downtown Phoenix where homes dating from the 1920s boast architectural styles such as English Tudor, bungalow, pueblo and Spanish revival, to name a few.

The F.Q. Story historic district was founded in 1982 to protect the heritage of the neighborhood. The tour will feature several homes available for viewing inside and out.

An evening tour including luminarias and strolling carolers, takes place 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, while the Sunday tour hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday also includes gift, craft and food booths. A street trolley will be available for those with limited mobility on Sunday.

Cost is $15, with a $1 discount offered with the donation of a can of food or non-perishable food item. Tickets are available online and each day of the tour at 9th Avenue and Culver, which is three blocks south of McDowell Road. For more information, call 602-258-9282 or visit


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