The Framingham History Center Presents
The 12th Annual House Tour
Sunday, May 19th, 12 – 5 pm
The Framingham History Center’s 12th annual House Tour features a diverse collection representing three centuries of New England architecture! Join us as we explore a mix of unique homes that includes one-of-a-kind creations as well as popular and classic mid-century styles creatively customized to meet the changing needs of today’s homeowners.
Three tour stops are located in Saxonville, an historic and thriving mill village. This neighborhood is replete with modern conveniences, vintage charm, and a lovely natural landscape, which you will surely appreciate from inside the dramatic contemporary with its walls of glass looking over Lake Cochituate! Other tour stops include a gracious New York Colonial that showcases the owner’s fine carpentry skill… an expanded Campanelli ranch with a luxurious renovation that emphasizes the timeless appeal of single-level living… and no Framingham House Tour would be complete without a stop in the town’s rural Northwest quadrant, an inviting farmhouse infused with exciting new ideas from its recent west-coast transplants! Finally, Mary Ware Dennett, notable suffragette and social reformer (portrayed by Libby Franck) welcomes you to her Arts and Crafts period home, built by noted architect Hartley Dennett. Complimentary refreshments are served at the historic First Baptist Church, the longest continuous-use church building in Framingham.
Tickets $30 ($25 for FHC members)
Buy tickets on May 19th at Framingham High School,
30 A Street, Framingham,
10:30am – 3:00pm
Tickets holders should also bring their tickets to Framingham High School during the same time period to exchange them for the Program booklet, which serves as guide and ticket on the day of the Tour.
To download a Google Map of the homes on Tour, click here