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Royal Oak Woman's Club 2012 Home Tour
The 2012 Royal Oak Woman’s Club Home and Garden Tour is scheduled for Saturday, June 23rd offers a wonderful selection of some of our finest homes in Royal Oak.
This city wide self-guided home tour sponsored by the non-profit Royal Oak Woman’s Club offers a rare opportunity to experience the craftsmanship, architecture and unique features of some of the most impressive residences in this popular community. With six stops, the tour showcases homes with varied themes and passions: a stunning multi-level Mission-influenced home, a classic Craftsman bungalow, with coffered ceiling, leaded glass windows, lovingly restored to its original beauty, a Dutch Colonial, decorated in traditional décor, a former commercial building converted to a one-of-a-kind, design-oriented 5,000 sq. ft. loft, with a show car displayed in the living space. The homes featured this year contain a number of award winners including: First Place: Interior Use of Tile from Detroit Home 2011 Design Awards, "Residential Beautification Award" from RO Chamber of Commerce and a Featured home in 2011 National Association of the Remodeling Industry Home Tour. In addition, one of the home owners was chosen to be the contractor for a project featured on HGTV's “House Crashers”. Your tour will also include Royal Oak’s Historical Society Museum – housed in a converted vintage firehouse. Trained docents will direct and educate participants at each site.
The city-wide tour starts at the Royal Oak Woman’s Club, 404 South Pleasant, at the corner of Fourth and Pleasant Sts. Tour hours are 10 AM to 4 PM. Tickets are $20.00 in advance or $25.00 at the door on the day of the event. Advance tickets may be purchased by contacting Laura Hewson at 248-808-1528, online at www.rowc.org or at the following locations:
More About Royal Oak Woman's Club
The Royal Oak Woman's Club is a non-profit group that volunteers services dedicated to community improvement. It is located just outside of downtown Royal Oak off of 11 Mile on Pleasant street. In 2007, the group had a large role in the opening of HAVEN, which is a domestic violence center for women and children. Visit their website to learn about becoming a member.