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Preservation Houston presents Good Brick Tour

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See five award-winning historic properties during Preservation Houston's third annual Good Brick Tour. Locations on tour range from a Victorian cottage to a classic mid-century home in neighborhoods from the Old Sixth Ward to River Oaks and Braeswood Valley.

Tour locations are:

  • 1203 Edwards St., First Ward, a classic Folk Victorian house (1899)
  • 716 Sabine St., Old Sixth Ward Historic District, a rare Carpenter Gothic cottage (1872) and a sympathetic new residence inspired by Texas pioneer homes
  • 3229 Groveland Ln., River Oaks, Birdsall P. Briscoe’s finely detailed interpretation of English Regency architecture (1936)
  • 3405 Meadow Lake Ln., River Oaks, John Staub’s post-World War II reinvention of his traditional country house (1948)
  • 4111 Drummond St., Braeswood Valley, a unique mid-century home (1953) complete with period furnishings, fixtures and decor

See five award-winning historic properties during Preservation Houston's third annual Good Brick Tour. Locations on tour range from a Victorian cottage to a classic mid-century home in neighborhoods from the Old Sixth Ward to River Oaks and Braeswood Valley.

Tour locations are:

  • 1203 Edwards St., First Ward, a classic Folk Victorian house (1899)
  • 716 Sabine St., Old Sixth Ward Historic District, a rare Carpenter Gothic cottage (1872) and a sympathetic new residence inspired by Texas pioneer homes
  • 3229 Groveland Ln., River Oaks, Birdsall P. Briscoe’s finely detailed interpretation of English Regency architecture (1936)
  • 3405 Meadow Lake Ln., River Oaks, John Staub’s post-World War II reinvention of his traditional country house (1948)
  • 4111 Drummond St., Braeswood Valley, a unique mid-century home (1953) complete with period furnishings, fixtures and decor

See five award-winning historic properties during Preservation Houston's third annual Good Brick Tour. Locations on tour range from a Victorian cottage to a classic mid-century home in neighborhoods from the Old Sixth Ward to River Oaks and Braeswood Valley.

Tour locations are:

  • 1203 Edwards St., First Ward, a classic Folk Victorian house (1899)
  • 716 Sabine St., Old Sixth Ward Historic District, a rare Carpenter Gothic cottage (1872) and a sympathetic new residence inspired by Texas pioneer homes
  • 3229 Groveland Ln., River Oaks, Birdsall P. Briscoe’s finely detailed interpretation of English Regency architecture (1936)
  • 3405 Meadow Lake Ln., River Oaks, John Staub’s post-World War II reinvention of his traditional country house (1948)
  • 4111 Drummond St., Braeswood Valley, a unique mid-century home (1953) complete with period furnishings, fixtures and decor

WHEN

WHERE

John Staub traditional country house
3405 Meadow Lake Ln., River Oaks
Houston, TX
http://www.preservationhouston.org/goodbricktour/

TICKET INFO

$30 (may be purchased at any location)
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