Annual Historic Home Tour 2021 | The Tudor Revival: From Cottage to Mansion
The Tudor Revival: From Cottage to Mansion
The Preservation Durham Annual Historic Home Tour is back for 2021!
Visit home that reflect the Tudor Revival architectural boom in Durham.
October 16 & 17, 2021
Saturday & Sunday
12noon to 4pm
Your Home Tour booklet is your ticket inside homes. Please pick up your booklet before you start the tour at:
Pinecrest Carriage House, 1044 W. Forest Hills Blvd, Durham, NC
Tickets are $25.00 (early bird) or $30.00 (day of tour)*
The Preservation Durham Annual Home Tour is back for 2021. Visit homes which reflect the Tudor Revival architecture style in Durham from cottages to mansions.
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. The tour enables Preservation Durham to showcase homes that have been lovingly maintained or rehabilitated, with the hope of inspiring all of Durham’s residents to place a high value on stewardship of our shared architectural heritage and the story it can tell. Click here to purchase tickets https://tudorhometour.eventbrite.com
|Ticket||Base Ticket||Sales Tax||Fees||Total Ticket Price|
|Day of Tour||$30.00||$2.45||$2.64||$35.09|
Prefer to send your ticket via check? Mail your home tour ticket check payment by October 11, 2021 (if you’re local). Make checks payable to Preservation Durham. Include the sales tax for each ticket purchased.
P.O. Box 25411
Durham, NC 27702
- Tour attendees are required to wear facial masks that cover the nose and mouth
- Tour attendees are required to have had their COVID-19 vaccination to attend the tour
- Tour attenees must have proof of vaccination
HOME TOUR LECTURE VIRTUAL EVENT
The Tudor Revival in Durham
Thursday, October 14, 2021
Via Zoom at 12Noon
Sara Lachenman, owner and principal designer at Four Over One Design, will provide an indepth understanding of the tudor revival style of architecture and tudor revival styled homes in Durham, NC.
Sara earned her undergraduate degree from Smith College in Studio Art. She then attended graduate school at UNC-Greensboro and received a MS in Interior Architecture with a concentration in Historic Preservation – setting herself at the intersection of preservation and design. She accepted a position at Trinity Design/Build as the Director of Design and Preservation completing 17 renovations, additions, and remodels. After three years Sara founded her own company and named it 4/1 Design. Sara particularly appreciates being able to customize her services to what a client really needs for a given project.
Every year the historic home tour hosts an educational lecture to accompany the year’s theme. Join us as we explore the this architectural theme.
Register in advance for this meeting: https://2021hometourlecture.eventbrite.com
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.