2010 Grant Park Candlelight Tour of Homes

When: Sat. & Sun., Dec. 11 & 12, 6 PM – 10 PM

Where: Tour starts at St. Paul United Methodist Church at 501 Grant Street.

Tickets: $10 from Red Robin Group, $12 online, $15 at the door

Now in its 30th year, the Candlelight Tour will feature 10 stunning homes all dressed up for the holidays, and will once again raise thousands of dollars for the Grant Park Cooperative Preschool, the Grant Park Parent Network and the community ministries of St. Paul United Methodist Church.

Among the homes selected so far this year are:

  • 368 Atlanta Avenue – A newer construction brick home, his one has all the charm and character of yesteryear. Make sure you check out the pool out back!
  • 829 Cherokee Avenue – A Victorian-Craftsman Transitional bungalow brought back from the brink of disaster by a local agent, this one has recently been turned into a 2-story masterpiece on the park and will open to the public for the first time in nearly 100 years.
  • 328 Georgia Avenue – This home impresses with its huge tapered columns and fine attention to detail inside.
  • 623 Grant Street – One of of the largest homes in the park, this late 1800’s Shingle Victorian is a sight to see. With 6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and nearly 5,000 square feet, there’s almost too much to see on one night!
  • 318 Georgia Avenue – Another home brought back from the depths of despair, this Folk Victorian is sure to impress with all its original woodwork, high ceilings and its huge, wraparound front porch.
  • 352 Hill Street – A true Single-Gable Craftsman with all its original parts and pieces, this home will warm your heart this holiday season with the help of the homeowners eclectic mix of Southwestern flair and historic European iconography.

Red Robin Group is selling tickets for $10 each! To purchase from us, visit us at our office located at 749 Moreland Avenue, M – F 9 PM – 6 PM, email chelsea@redrobingroup.com or call, (404) 254-5206.

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