Monday, October 3, 2016

Dunwoody Home Tour will take place on Wednesday, October 5, 2016 from 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m.

The 44th Dunwoody Home Tour sponsored by GFWC Dunwoody Woman’s Club ( will take place on Wednesday, October 5, 2016 from 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m.

This year’s tour will feature four outstanding homes representing a variety of architectural styles and vintages ranging from historic to new construction. The historic home, the Mills B. Lane, Jr. summer home, was built in 1938. The house is now home to a discerning collector of paintings, sculpture, antiques and automobiles -- both full-sized and miniature -- who calls the home his art gallery.  A 1978 home in the Georgian Colonial Revival style, that mainstay of Dunwoody architecture, has undergone three years of renovation including a new kitchen and a newly finished terrace level, resulting in a comfortable, classic update.  Two homes in the Greek Revival style, one built in 1978 and recently renovated, the other brand-new custom construction, represent two different approaches to achieving gracious, family friendly homes within timeless, classic exteriors.  

This year’s tour will also feature a raffle of a handsome wooden bowl handcrafted by local artisan David Dalrymple.  Raffle tickets will be sold on the tour (Nesbit Ferry Home).
Current President of the Dunwoody Woman’s Club:  Jan Slater,
Home Tour Chairman:  Diane Norris,

The Dunwoody Home Tour is the major fundraiser for Dunwoody Woman’s Club.  All ticket proceeds are returned to the community through the Club’s charitable beneficiaries including scholarship recipients, schools, Head Start programs, families in crisis, victims of domestic violence, medically fragile children, Interfaith Outreach Home and The Lost Corner as well as libraries, cultural institutions and more than 20 other charitable entities in Dunwoody, the larger Atlanta Community and overseas. The Club was instrumental in founding Stage Door Players, the Dunwoody Library, the Dunwoody Nature Center, the July 4th Parade and a host of other community venues and events.

DWC, founded in 1971, is a 501.c.3 charitable organization.  Donations are tax-deductible.
Home Tour Tickets $25 and $30 at the door, will go on sale on August 18 on the club’s website,  Tickets will also be available from any DWC member and at Blooms of Dunwoody (Dunwoody Village), Consigning Women and Southern Comforts Consignments (Mount Vernon Shopping Center), Face Haven (Williamsburg at Dunwoody), Harry Norman Realtors (4848 Ashford Dunwoody Road), Tryst (Orchard Park), Under the Pecan Tree (The Shops of Dunwoody). 

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