21st Annual Eastwood Historic Home Tour Saturday

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21st Annual Eastwood Historic Home Tour   Saturday
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21st Annual Eastwood Historic Home Tour Saturday says

Saturday and Sunday!

21st Annual Eastwood Home Tour of Houston’s first master-planned neighborhood.The home tour will showcase the East End’s architecture dating back to 1912 in Eastwood, Houston’s first master-planned neighborhood. Developed by real estate magnate William Wilson, Eastwood is located about two miles east of the George R. Brown Convention Center, or five minutes from downtown Houston. The neighborhood was home to several notable Houstonians including Howard Hughes.

The self-guided tour features five historic homes that have been fully renovated along with a local business and metal fabrication shop, FMW FabLab. Homeowners and neighbors welcome the opportunity to share their experiences about living in Eastwood and the process of bringing their historic homes back to life.

Included on the tour:

4510 McKinney
1940’s craftsman bungalow which is currently getting one heck of a face lift – it is a must see!

4402 Pease Street
American Foursquare home originally built in 1936.

317 Sampson Street
This unique compound is home to Engine House No. 2 which was recently transformed into a residence. Want to see inside?

FMW|fablab – 3808 Leeland Street
Come check out FMW|fablab

4429 Walker Street
Built in 1916, this craftsman farmhouse is 2,100 square feet of pure Americana.

3908 Walker Street
The real surprise is on inside of this charming bungalow which was originally built around 1910 and relocated to its current site in the Greater Eastwood neighborhood in 1945.

Ticket purchases before the event are $15.
Visit http://www.eastwoodcivicassociation.org/sponsor.html to buy online.

Ticket purchases the day of are $20 and can be purchased during tour hours at
Bohemeo’s Café & Bar
708 Telephone Rd, at Lockwood
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By: Eastwood Civic Association