The Preservation Durham Annual Historic Home Tour is back for 2020!
Visit home that reflect the Tudor Revival architectural boom in Durham.
May 2 & 3, 2020
12noon to 4pm
Your Home Tour booklet is your ticket inside homes. Please pick up your booklet before you start the tour at:
Main Station Location to be Announced
The Preservation Durham Annual Home Tour is back for 2020. Visit homes which reflect the Tudor Revival architecture style in Durham from cottages to mansions. May 2 & 3, 2020.
Preservation Durham’s annual home tour is an important part of Preservation Durham’s mission — to protect Durham’s historic assets through action, advocacy, and education.
Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Workshop
Date: Saturday, July 27, 2019
Time: 10:00am – 12:00 noon
Location: Chesterfield Building, 701 West Main Street, Ste. 2909 Durham
Cost: Free, however, $10 or more donations are appreciated
Our Experts: Sara Lachenman and Emily-Kate Hannapel of Four Over One Design LLC
Renovators Network is a series of classes and workshops that cover all things historic houses including a hands-on, DIY approach for issues such as plaster repair, wood window maintenance, interior design, and historic house hunting.
Talk to an experienced consultant about…
Qualifying projects and design requirements
Proposed changes to the historic rehabilitation tax credit program
Ins and Outs of the state/federal historic tax credit process
When to hire a consultant — or do it yourself!
Get your questions answered if
Durham History Trolley Tour
Thursday, July 25, 2019
6pm to 7:15pm
St. Philips Episcopal Church, Parking Lot
403 E. Main Street, Durham, NC 27701
Preservation Durham Talk: American Dream Homes 1938-1951
Lobby, Center for Responsible Lending Building, 302 West Main Street, downtown
6:30 p.m., April 23rd
Durham architectural historian and preservation consultant, Jennifer F. Martin, will take us through the aesthetic, political, and social movements that shaped the form, style, and materials of Durham’s dwellings from the Great Depression into the post-World War II period. She tracks a swirl of forces that created a housing stock to meet the needs and financial realities of home-buying families. The history and houses of this period tell a story of opportunity for some families while documenting the evolution of the built suburban landscape over a twenty-five-year period. This program will help tour goers understand