Tour beautiful homes in the Historic Country Club neighborhood while supporting Central City Opera.
Friday and Saturday, November 20 & 21, 2015
Home Tour – 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday, November 20, 2015
Patron Party – 6:00 to 7:30 pm home tours, followed by cocktails and light dinner buffet at the Denver Country Club
Tickets for the 2015 Home Tour will be available after October 1:
- $23 online (available beginning Oct. 1) or by calling 303-292-6500 ext. 114
- $25 at King Soopers Grocery Stores and at the tour
The 2015 L’Esprit de Noël Home Tour will be the 39th annual edition of this popular fundraising event. Considered Denver’s signature holiday event, the two-day walking tour will feature five magnificent homes in Denver’s Historic Country Club neighborhood, beautifully decorated for the holidays by the metro area’s most accomplished florists and table designers. More than 2,000 people visited the home tour in 2014.
The area of this year’s tour was first developed as a residential neighborhood in the early 1900s following the establishment of the Denver Country Club. The earliest homes were built on Franklin Street, by some of the most renowned architects working in Denver at the time. Our tour will feature some of these historic homes, which have been updated for modern family lifestyles.
A Patron Party will be held on Friday, November 20th, with homes open for tours for Patron Party attendees only between 6:00 and 7:30 pm, with cocktails and light dinner buffet following at the Denver Country Club. This celebration is through invitation or may be purchased through Central City Opera by calling Alicia Holt at 303-292-6500 ext. 114. Benefactor $250; Patron $150 (early bird special by October 30: $140); Junior Patron $90.
No strollers. No photos inside houses.
This Central City Opera Guild event benefits Central City Opera’s programs including its annual Summer Festival, the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation Artist Training Program, the preservation and maintenance of the historic Opera House and over thirty additional historic properties in Central City, CO, and its education and community enrichment programs.