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Park Cities Historic Home Tour

Our Annual Park Cities Home Tour event offers a glimpse into some of the most beautiful homes in the Park Cities. This event celebrates homes in the Park Cities that have been preserved or remodeled to keep the beautiful aesthetic of our neighborhoods.  From small cottages to larger estates, our annual home tour is small window into our past, a celebration of those who share our values, and a wonderful treat for those who appreciate historic architecture.

Starting the week of May 1st, you have the opportunity to attend two in-person events and view our Historic Home Tour Video presentation giving you an intimate look at four very special Park Cities residences.

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Monday :: May 1

Patron Premiere
5:30 - 7:30 pm
4311 Arcady Avenue

Join us as we kick off PPC Home Tour week with our Patron Premier Party! Be the first to see this year's Historic Home Tour at the home of Courtney Petit Design. The Petit Residence at 4311 Arcady is a stunning example of George Marble's Country-French architecture with recent updates suited for the modern era. Also, get a chance to meet Caitlin Wilson who will be signing copies of her new book, Return to Pretty.

Sponsored by
Coats Homes

Wednesday :: May 3

Underwriters Party
5:30 - 7:30 pm
6211 Saint Andrews

Show your support for our mission and mingle with like-minded advocates at the estate of Toben and Graham Cocklin. Located at 6211 Saint Andrews, this home was a designed and built in 1932 in a style which can best be described as English Renaissance or Early Georgian.

Sponsored by
Lucinda Buford at Allie Beth Allman
LegacyTexas Title

May 4 - 11

Virtual Home Tour
Video Presentation

Take a deep dive into four very special Park Cities homes in the comfort of your own home. This year's historic home tour video features an intimate look inside 4145 Shenandoah Avenue, 4405 Highland Drive, 4319 Versailles Avenue, 4271 Bordeaux Avenue. Each home showcases a different architectural style with rich history and wonderful examples of how architecturally significant homes can be renovated to fit the needs of today.

Homes On Tour

Thanks To Our Sponsors


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Dallas, TX 75205
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