Enjoy an opportunity to visit some remarkable homes—both historic and modern—during the 9th Annual Home Tour of Historic Sunnyslope, set for Nov. 22-23. The community that lies in the shadow of North Mountain turned 100 years in 2011, and sports a diverse housing stock, from 1930s-era bungalows to more modern dwellings boasting the latest in energy efficiencies.

There will be five homes featured on this year’s tour, including a home build in 1924 that has been remodeled to fit the needs of the owners, yet still retains its historic charm. The other homes range from very modern to unique.

Shuttle busses will transport home tour visitors from the Sunnyslope History Museum at 737 E. Hatcher Road to the various homes on the tour. A guide will ride along with the bus and provide information and details about each home on the tour. The tours leave every hour from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Come to the Sunnyslope History Museum for tickets, which are $35 each. You can choose the time and day you want to go. The museum is open 12-4 p.m. Friday through Monday. Cash or check only. You also can call Bobbie Kraver at 602-944-2324 for reservations.


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