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2016 Mission Hills Historic Home Tour

by KenGina Team on September 21, 2016

Colonial Revival Style Homes of Mission Hills
Saturday, September 24 • 11 am-4 pm

colonial home mh2 2016 Mission Hills Historic Home Tour

View interiors of six private homes

The Mission Hills neighborhood of San Diego features a rich variety of early 20th century architectural styles built during the neighborhood’s rapid growth. This year, Mission Hills Heritage is showcasing the Colonial Revival style. Merely hearing the term

Colonial Revival, evokes visions of earlier east coast Colonial homes of white wooden structures or perfectly positioned often grand red brick homes with well-kept green lawns and graceful trees. However, Mission Hills was fortunate to have had talented local architects and builders as well as those who migrated to design and built approximately seventy-five Colonial Revival homes.

Mission Hills Heritage warmly welcomes you to the Mission Hills 12th Annual Home Tour to view both the exterior and interior beauty of this historic American home style, and how San Diego architects and builders applied the Colonial Revival style in Mission Hills. A few notable characteristics of a classic Colonial Revival style includes paired chimneys, medium pitched roofs, five windows on the second floor with the middle window located directly above the entry door, bay windows, and Greek columns framing a centralized entry door.

Participants will be greeted by Mission Hills Heritage docents who will accompany tour guests through each home sharing intriguing information. As an additional feature this year, there will be a special tour of the 1915 historic Mission Hills United Methodist Church, a significant landmark in Mission Hills. The tour is self-paced and the homes can be visited in any order. Please note that the distances between the homes will likely require driving.

The starting location will be at the Mission Hills United Methodist Church located at 4044 Lark Street (corner of Ft. Stockton and Lark St.). Ticket sales begin at 10 am. The tour begins at 11 am and concludes at 4 pm. The will call and ticket sale tables will be at the church and refreshments will be served in the social hall of the church from 2-4:30 pm.

Purchase Advance Tickets
$20 for MHH members • $25 for non-members
Online HERE

Day of the Tour • Mission Hills United Methodist Church • 4044 Lark Street
$25 for MHH members • $30 for non-members
Checks & cash only please


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