My neighbors and I are throwing a party. On Sunday, Sept. 23, we’ll be hosting the first-ever Historic Milwaukee Avenue Home Tour. It’s your chance to peek inside 1890s workman’s cottages and other cool, old houses. It’s also a chance for me to answer once and for all the questions I’m frequently asked while lounging on my front porch on Milwaukee Avenue, a street that doesn’t allow cars. Those questions include: How did this happen? How old are these houses? What are they like inside? Do these houses ever go up for sale? And, where do you park?
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Photos of the houses on the tour and story summaries are available at the home tour site (click the link above). Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 on the day of the event. Call (651) 293-9047 to purchase. All proceeds from the event benefit the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota and Seward Neighborhood Group.
• Tour at least seven houses, representing a range of housing types that were either restored, rehabilitated or designed as infill.