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Best Home Tours Denver 2009 - Denver's Old House Society

Older homes are typically loaded with character, and some people love nothing better than to stroll through a neighborhood and check out the architecture. For them, there Denver's Old House Society and its guided walking tours. The outings are hosted by Denver homeowners and designed by the nonprofit's boardmembers (who collectively have architectural, construction, historic preservation and zoning experience), and there are refreshments afterward. There's no better way for the old-house lover to spend an afternoon. It's good to be home.
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As an old house owner, I have found all the events by Denver's Old House Society to be very helpful and lots of fun. I've met other people who love old houses just like I do.

Jack Farrar
Jack Farrar


Allow me to put in a plug here for the Park Hill Home Tour, which is the city's oldest (31 years). It always offers an eclectic mix of styles and eras. This year's version, on Sunday, September 27, is no exception. The six homes range from one of the beautiful mansions on Forest Parkway to a an alley house with fascinating environmental features and use of recycled material.

Tix available at King Soopers, or Park Hill Bookstore at 23rd and Dexter. Info: 303-355-4492