2017 FEatured homes!
Neoclassical | 3721 West 87th Street, Leawood, Kansas
Owners: Matt and Lori Keenan
Florist: The Little Flower Shop
This Neoclassical home with Georgian Colonial and Greek Revival influences was designed and built in 1954 for Dr. Gunnar Proud and his family. The home underwent a remodel in 2013 by Holthaus Building. During the July 2013 remodel, the homeowners discovered a time capsule left in one of the exterior columns. Enclosed in the capsule was a letter, written by Dr. Proud’s daughter in 1954. This became the subject of a 2014 Wall Street Journal article.
Scottish Style| 800 West 52nd Street, Kansas City, Missouri
Owner: John Schuppan
Florist: Studio Dan Meiner
The Scottish-style exterior of this turn-of-the-century home was designed by architect Wight & Wight and was built in 1906 for Vassie James Ward Hill and her first husband, Hugh Campbell Ward. John Schuppan and his three dogs purchased the home in 2014 and embarked on a 2-year modernization project. The interior designers were Studio Home Interiors and Aaron Dolan from Columbia, Missouri. The contractors were Gyllenborg Construction and Coate Construction. The grounds were designed by Putman Landscaping.
shingle style cottage | 5730 Lockton Lane, Fairway, Kansas
Owners: Josh and Katy Weber
Florist: Zakk Hoyt
A shingle style cottage in architectural style, designed by architect Dan Wessel/Dan Wessel Design and built by Skip Hensler/Hensler Homes, the home was completed in March of 2016. Truly a modern classic, homeowners Josh and Katy Weber took a livable approach to formality when building and decorating their home. The Weber’s worked with designer Zakk Hoyt of Nell Hills to combine their love of antiques with their desire to showcase modern aesthetic touches.
Modern English | 630 Westover, Kansas City, Missouri
Owners: Greg Thurman and Don White
Florist: Craig Sole Designs
A Modern English style home designed by architect Charles A. Smith, a Kansas City architect with 12 works listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. The home was originally built for Arthur Hardgrave, President of the City Ice and Cold Storage Co., in 1929. Greg Thurman and Don White made the property their home in July of 2010, after completely renovating the space ensuring it would last another 80 years in its pristine condition. The renovation architect was Tom Johnson and the contractor was Kit Starr of Starr Homes.
$25.00 in advance | $30 during the Tour
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During the Tour, tickets will be available for purchase at each home (cash only) and at the Holiday Boutique (credit/debit purchase) for $30.
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