Old Towne Preservation Association Historic Home Tour


Sat., Nov. 4, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 2017
The one square mile area of Old Towne Orange contains more than 1,400 structures built before 1940. In 1997, Old Towne Orange became a national historic district and was placed in the National Registry of Historic Places. This makes it the largest residential historic district in the State of California.

This years home tour features 6 locations covering 3 of the 4 Old Towne quadrants. A mixture of several architectural styles that Old Towne is known for. Two of our properties this year hail from the South West quadrant, a rarity on the Home Tour.

We are honored to have for our guests to tour this year the following styles of properties......

"A Grand Craftsman Mansion" The largest Old Towne Home built

"A quirky one of a kind Mediterranean"

"Two side by side cottages built nearly 100 years ago long before the current Tiny House Craze"

"A Classic California Craftsman Bungalow"

"A Grand Victorian from the hey day of Old Towne" Second oldest home in Old Towne

"A Classic wrap around porch Victorian, with a Hollywood twist, This home is the house in the feature film "Big Mamma's House" (top billing)

Saturday and Sunday November 4th and 5th 10:00AM - 4:00PM

Tickets $25 at: www.otpa.org


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