We had the pleasure of having a presence at our first Greater Park Hill Home Tour & Street Fair this past weekend….their 37th annual event. We were one of 100 booths lined along Forest Street, one of the most beautiful Park Hill Streets in my opinion, just south of Monteview. There was a great mix of local participants and sponsors that ranged from Realtors, home design and local artisans to pet care, kid care and self care. Besides celebrating the history and evolution of the Greater Park Hill neighborhood, this was a great time of bringing a few thousand neighbors together and taking great effort in supporting each other and our local crafts and businesses.
The home tour consisted of seven local homes that were built between 1906 and 1971. Further representing the diversity of Park Hill, some of the homes included an Arts & Crafts bungalow, three mid century homes built by Edwin Hawkins as well as a converted church. Each of the homes had been uniquely renovated while keeping much of the integrity of the original design. Tickets went on sale at the beginning of September and ranged from $15 to $25 when buying them in advance.
In addition to the many vendor and sponsor booths, the Street Fair was open to the public and included live music, a food court, wine & beer garden as well as a kid’s activity area. Personally, some of my favorite moments were reveling in the beauty of Park Hill, enjoying a beverage from Station 26, listening to some great tunes from the Ramble, playing Jenga at our TJC Real Estate booth and watching the kids admire the artistry of the classic cars. You can get the full scoop on vendors, sponsors and the tour homes at www.ParkHillHomeTour.org. It was definitely a great time to be had and a beautiful way to spend a Sunday! Until next year….
Brought to you by Sondra Lockett-Cameron, Marketing Coordinator for TJC Real Estate and Management Services.
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