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‘Come Home to Lakewood’ House and Garden Tour Set for Sunday

Tour to include lots of fantastic Lakewood homes. There is only a limited number of tickets still available. They'll be for sale at the Nicholson House on Sunday.

If you’ve ever wanted to get a sneak-peek at some of Lakewood’s most interesting, luxurious and historic homes, you’ll have your chance on Sunday.

The Biennial House Tour is slated to take place from 1 to 6 p.m. 

This year’s event — titled “" — will feature a lakefront home, a Tudor, a Clifton Park arts-and-crafts, a Clifton Park Colonial Revival, a lakefront condo and a two-bedroom gem.

The tour will also include two businesses.

All stops on the tour have lush gardens.

The historic Nicholson House on Detroit Avenue will be open during the tour with the "Celebration of the Centennial Anniversary of Cowan Pottery" display, according to the .

Advanced ticket sales began weeks ago — the only tickets remaining will be sold for $25 at the Nicholson House at the start of the tour.

For more tour and benefit information, visit lakewoodhistory.org or call 216-221-7343.

Paula Reed September 08, 2012 at 12:37 PM
There are still $20 tickets available today--get them at Rozi's, Geiger's, Local Girl Gallery, Beck Center, First Federal of Lakewood, and in Rocky River at Mitchell Sotka, and V Regalo/The Desk Set. This is going to be one of the best tours ever--don't miss it!

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