The season is the reason for these open house tours, they’re also to help get everyone get in a festive mood for the Christmas holidays.
The 2017 Highland Christmas home tour. Saturday December 9 & Sunday December 10.
Two days, two different tours of some of the most interesting and beautiful homes located in Highland and Fairfield Historic Districts.
Individual tours are $20 per person or $15 for Highland Restoration Association or Fairfield Historic District Association members. A package deal for both tours is $35. Discounts for association members are only available with prepaid tickets purchased at restorehighland.org
Saturday December 9 – Candlelight tour 5-9 p.m.
C&C Electric, 2430 Line Ave., tour begins and holiday tram pickup. A 1950s building housing a host of local treasures.
847 Robinson Place -Built in 1916, this home is filled with heirlooms of multiple generations of a Shreveport family.
853 Robinson Place – Queen Anne cottage built by the McAney family in 1904
2439 Fairfield Avenue – A 1905 Victorian that now operates as a B&B
832 Kirby Place – Renovated 1923 residence
Sunday, December 10 – A Very Merry Christmas tour 1-5 p.m.
St. George Greek Orthodox Church, 1719 Creswell Ave., tour begins and holiday tram pickup.
424 Dalzell Street – This artistically decorated prairie-style home was built in 1919.
1535 Irving Place – 1897 Queen Anne cottage
240 Boulevard Street – A 1928 cottage
662 Wichita Street – Built in 1898, the former home of Mayor Hazel Beard still has its original elevator on site.
2631 Highland Avenue – A newly renovated 1945 cottage
St. George Orthodox Church, 1719 Creswell Avenue –
Built in 1938, this is the only Byzantine-style building in Shreveport.