South End House Tour This Weekend

South End House Tour scheduled for THIS upcoming Saturday, October 20th. Tour private, stylish, and historic South End homes.

The 44th Annual South End House Tour is scheduled for this upcoming Saturday, October 20th, from 10am to 5pm. 

The House Tour, hosted by the South End Historical Society, features an inside look at restored and renovated private homes in the largest Victorian rowhouse district in the United States.  In addition to the private homes, this year’s tour features the New Hope Baptist Church and tour attendees will be among the last people to see this important historic building’s interior in its original state before it is converted into condominiums. 

The Tour is a perennial favorite of anyone interested in home design, architecture, restoration, history, or preservation. Participants are given a guidebook that includes descriptions of the private homes and a map so that they can design a tour at their own pace. 

Whether you delight in seeing fine historic architectural details, are seeking design inspiration, or simply want to get a glimpse of beautiful private South End interiors—there is something for everyone on this tour!

This year, all House Tour ticket holders will also receive complimentary admission to the Ellis Antiques Show, also taking place this weekend at the Boston Center for the Arts.

Tickets for the Tour are $25 in advance and are available online here or by calling 617-536-4445.  Tickets will also be available on the day of the Tour for $30 each at the Boston Center for the Arts, 539 Tremont Street and at Rondeau-Tierney Real Estate, 69 Appleton Street.

For more information, please contact Hope Shannon at admin@southendhistoricalsociety.org or 617-536-4445.

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