It’s time to get a glimpse into those coveted, historic homes in Georgetown.
Georgetown’s palatial homes are the stuff HGTV dreams are made of. And now, interior design fans have an opportunity to go inside some of the most well-decorated houses, thanks to the Georgetown House Tour. The dates for the 89th annual home tour were just announced: Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 25.
Hosted by St. John’s Episcopal Church, the annual event welcomes more than 1,500 local residents and tourists to walk through a handful of exceptional homes in the neighborhood. The tour is self-guided and attendees are offered a map, where they can make their way through each property and read the accompanying historic information.
This year’s special guest is Barbara Sallick, the co-founder of Waterworks, a luxury kitchen and bath brand and author of several books, who recently released The Perfect Kitchen. There will be a panel discussion and book signing with Sallick, alongside architect Christian Zapatka, and all attendees are invited to a complimentary invite to The Parish Tea, held at St. John’s Episcopal. // Tour homes open from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; $55 individual tickets, $60 day of tickets, $45 per person for group tickets of 10 or more
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