Sunday, Oct. 13, 10 a.m-3 p.m., Deza Estates, Perl Mack Homes and Stonehocker Farmhouse
In celebration of the city's 50th anniversary, the Historic Preservation Foundation will host an open-house style tour of some of the vintage homes in our community.
- Deza Estates, a small enclave of custom mid-century modern style homes built in the 1950s
- The city's first Perl Mack-developed neighborhoods, which were named “The most perfectly planned community in America” by Life Magazine in 1962
- Stonehocker Farmhouse, the oldest standing brick farmhouse in Adams County, and listed on the National Historic Register
The cost is $10 for the tour. For $20, you can go on the tour and receive a limited edition, signed, mid-century modern-style print featuring the homes. For more information go to www.northglennhistory.com.
Also, the foundation is looking for homes to feature, so if you live in a Perl Mack or Deza Estates house and want to share your home, contact Lauren Weatherly at email@example.com.