2624 Walton Way
Thought to be built around 1912, this home was designed by renowned architect Henry Ten Eyck Wendell of New York State. His style is recognized by the wide, over-hanging bracketed eaves and classical entryways. The current owners added a modern twist to the decor and added the covered porch on the back of the house.
1120 Glenn Avenue
This Craftsman’s Cottage boasts the front porch, built-ins, and low pitched roof that the style is known for. Original hardwood floors take you on twists and turns. You’ll be surprised at the size of the home when you see the expansion of the master suite, addition of a covered porch in the back, and a cottage over the garage.
1304 Glenn Avenue
Built around 1905, this home features beautiful hardwood floors and large open rooms. Henry and Blanche Maxwell, the original owners, once hosted President Taft for dinner. Additions were made in 1984 to include a den, breezeway, garage and apartment, and a pavilion was added by the current owners in 2018.
1303 Glenn Avenue
You may not recognize this home, but it was on the 2017 Tour of Homes as our “Before and After” home. Built in 1910 the home is an example of the Queen Anne Free Classic style. Mid-renovation, the home was down to the studs when last on tour, and we invite you to come see the finished product - complete with master suite, back porch, pool and pool house, original finishes, and the grand three-level staircase original to the home.
1428 Glenn Avenue
One of the newest homes on tour, this Craftsman Bungalow was built in 1921 and has had its fair share of owners. Additions were made to grow the house from 2 beds, 1 bath to boast a master suite, two upstairs bedrooms and an expanded kitchen. The current owners added cedar shingles and opened the front to rooms to give a more open concept, exposing a rather unique feature.
1325 Glenn Avenue
One of three sister bungalows, this home was built in 1913 when multiple families moved to the area, and was often used as apartments for rent. The apartments were removed in 1980 and eventually remodeled. It now hosts six bedrooms and four bathrooms, and features built ins and original floors. The current family brought their own chandeliers handed down from their family.
1220 Monte Sano Avenue
The home to our Tour Headquarters, St. Mary on the Hill Catholic School began in a residential home as Mount St. Joseph in 1915. The current structure was built in 1960 and renamed when the parish agreed to purchase the land and build a school. The school was designed to require minimal maintenance, keeping simple materials such as brick, stone, steel, glass and copper.
1434 Glenn Avenue
This Craftsman Bungalow recently underwent repairs, but the homeowner has done a beautiful job matching the original aesthetic of the home. Reclaimed heartwood pine was used on the floors, and even the arch of the doorways was matched in the rebuild. The small spaces are used to their maximum potential, and are filled with treasures the current owner has collected in his travels in the military.