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Holiday House Tour Offers Five High-style Homes to Benefit Greenwich Historical Society

The house tour includes a backcountry retreat, an in-town designer home, a Belle Haven manse and two mid-country estates. VIP parking pass and luncheon available and must be purchased in advance.

 

The Antiquarius 2012 Holiday House Tour to benefit the Greenwich Historical Society offers five high-style homes bathed in the sights, scents and sounds that make the holidays in Greenwich truly special.

This year’s eagerly awaited tour will feature a Normandy-style retreat in backcountry Greenwich, a sophisticated designer home in town, a magnificently crafted manse on the Belle Haven peninsula and two jaw-dropping mid-country estates. Back by popular demand, VIP parking passes for private cars (to be used for on-street parking at four of the five homes) and a country club luncheon are available on the day of the tour.

Wednesday, December 4, 2012
Tickets: $100; VIP parking pass: $250 (does not include cost of ticket); country club buffet lunch at the Boutique: $45. Tickets, VIP parking pass and lunch must be purchased in advance and will be mailed a week prior to the tour.

Tickets are available at www.greenwichhistory.org or by phone at 203-869-6899, Ext. 10. 

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