Tour of ancestral homes on Ann Arbor’s Old West Side set for Sunday
September 21, 2014 - storage organizer
The 41st Old West Side Homes Tour in Ann Arbor is scheduled from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The thesis this year is “See What’s New in a Old West Side” and facilities 6 private homes and a Argus Farm Stop, according to eventuality organizer Karen Driggs.
Folks will be means to check out a décor of a smaller homes with compress building plans. As partial of a National Register of Historic Places, a Old West Side facilities homes built in a late 19th to early 20th century.
This year’s debate facilities innovative storage design, state of a art kitchens, an artist’s home studio, new construction, several home additions, updated bathrooms, singular collections and some-more moving one-of-a-kind interior design.
The debate is for adults only. No children underneath a age of 12. This includes infants and toddlers.
Tickets are $12 a day of a event. The cost of tickets for seniors ages 65 and comparison is $8.
The debate starts during St. Paul Lutheran Church, located 420 W. Liberty, Ann Arbor. There will be sheet sales, refreshments, restrooms and information permitted during that location.
A convey will afterwards run between stops for a generation of a tour. Most of a private homes on a debate are ancestral and all levels might not be permitted for those with earthy disabilities.
More information is located on a Old West Side Association’s website.