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Want a peek into some beautiful homes? (Tues Tip)

September 21, 2010

 magnifying glassThere are several home tours coming up in the Triangle in the next several weeks, so get out your calendar and make plans to check one or more of them out.  Stunning architecture is promised.  Who can resist taking a peek?

First up, the 14th annual Triangle Modernist Houses Tour  “Exceptional Modernist Houses from the 1950’s to today”.  The TMH tour is Saturday, September 25th in Raleigh.  [Did you know: the Triangle area of North Carolina has the third largest concentration of modernist houses in America?]. 

Next up, the first ever AIA Homes Tour on the East Coast, the AIA Triangle Homes Tour is scheduled for October 2nd. The homes featured are all the result of the collaboration between an architect and homeowner.  Each home was designed with the specific needs of the homeowner in mind, integrating the family’s personality, preferences and lifestyle, and illustrates the range of projects, styles and budgets that architects work with.

Finally, the annual Home Builders Association of Raleigh – Wake County Parade of Homes is scheduled for Oct. 2-3, Oct. 8-10, and Oct. 15-17.  Details on home specifics will be forthcoming, so keep a watch on their website. 


Photo “Eye See You” by Cayusa via Flickr/Creative Commons License.


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  1. Thanks for the mention, Melissa! The TMH tour is completely sold out, however. If people want to take a chance, there MAY be a few tickets day of show.

  2. George:

    Great to hear the TMH tour is so successful! Hopefully folks can score last minute tix’s.

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