By Troy Corman,
Come see the diversity of home styles and architecture in Lakewood. Established in 1976 by the Lakewood Early Childhood PTA, the Lakewood Home Tour has raised more than $750,000 in the last 5 years. Tour proceeds benefit Lakewood Elementary, J.L. Long Middle School, and Woodrow Wilson High School. Get your tickets at various locations below.
Weekend Home Tour - On-line sales are closed.
Tour Six Homes and Market/Cafe Saturday, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tour Six Homes and Market/Cafe Sunday, 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
There are multiple ways to purchase tickets. Children 10 and under do not need to purchase tickets.
Tom Thumb Locations - $10.00 (Store Locations)
On-line Advanced Purchase - $12.00
Sales Location - $12.00 (White Rock Coffee, The T-Shop, Corner Market, and Mockingbird Florist)
Day of Event - $15.00 - Available at any of the homes or Lakewood Elementary.
3613 Vintage Place - This Spanish Colonial was built by Vintage Contemporaries, led by my friend Jeff Fairey.
6729 Lake Circle Drive - Built in 2007, this stucco home features a modern layout and concrete floors.
6730 Bob-O-Link - Looks like an old country home, but it's in the middle of the city. Can't wait to see the interior built by More Design+Build.
6735 Westlake - This was Pamela Ewing’s house on the TV show Dallas. This tudor was built in 1927, the same year as my duplex.
6843 Lorna Lane - Art Deco style home originally built in 1936.
6870 Tokalon - A grand home on a grand street. I love the hills and majestic estates you'll find on Tokalon.