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Hall & Hunter presents Annual Birmingham House Tour


The Community House will host its Annual Birmingham House Tour on September 22, 2016. The event, presented by Hall & Hunter Realtors, runs from 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. The cost per person is $40, in advance or $45 the day of the tour. There is also an option to have lunch on The Community House Terrace cost is $55 tour & lunch in advance or $60 day of the tour. Advance reservations are recommended as the event does sell out. This year’s tour presents seven spectacular homes which showcase the best of Birmingham. The homes range in style from traditional to contemporary. Proceeds from this event will benefit the outreach programs of the Community House.


"We are delighted to once again offer our guests the rare opportunity to look inside some of Birmingham's most beautiful homes. “We strive to select special homes that showcase the diversity of architecture and design styles that make up this area. Among the homes featured this year are a 5,700' sq ft home filled situated on a picturesque lot near the Rouge River Watershed, a Quarton Lakes area living room with artwork commissioned in Paris, a master bath with full coffee bar, an ultra contemporary home within walking distance to vibrant in-town Birmingham.


Other sponsors for the event include Detroit Home Magazine, Boylard Lumber and Harold Wholesale, Gorman’s, and Ethan Allen.


The Community House is located at 380 South Bates Street in Birmingham. For ticket information, contact 248-644-5832 or purchase tickets online at www.communityhouse.com.


The mission of The Community House, an independent, nonprofit organization established in 1923 and located in Birmingham, Michigan, is to offer relevant programs and services to help people in the metropolitan area improve and enrich their lives. The Community House does this by providing educational, social and cultural opportunities for people of all ages, interests and backgrounds. The Community House builds community by valuing diversity, connecting neighbors, and providing a gathering place for families, individuals and groups.