That explains why the Oswego Heritage Council’s Lake Oswego Historic Home Tour is in its sixth season. Fortunately, every year council members get local homeowners to open their doors to the public so we can all satisfy our natural curiosity to see the history behind and the renovation in many of the beautiful homes in our town.
Tickets ($30 for Heritage Council members; $35 for non-members) are on sale now online, or at one of these locations starting Sunday, April 20: Dennis’ 7 Dees at 1090 McVey, Zupan’s Lake Grove Market, 16380 Boones Ferry Rd., and the Heritage House, 398 Tenth Street.
The tour is set for Saturday, May 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., but with a limited number of tickets available, it’s best to plan ahead because you don’t want to miss out on…
- Beautiful gardens
- One of a kind homes
- Dream kitchen
- Ideas to inspire you
- A chance to support the only museum in Lake Oswego
- Celebrating National Historic Preservation Month
For more information, call the Oswego Heritage Council: 503.635.6373
I specialize in selling all Lake Oswego varieties of “This Old House,” “This New House,” “This Remodeled House,” “This Fixer-upper House,” “This Investment House,” “This Retirement House,” “This Starter House.” If you’re a home-body interested in finding the spinoff that’s right for you, give me a call at 503.939.9801.