WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - The Historic Wilmington Foundation announced Thursday the nine homes and one historic church that will be available to tour for the 2014 Azalea Festival Home Tour.
According to officials, Mayor Bill Saffo and New Hanover County Commissioner Chairman Woody White, along with Cape Fear Garden Club Azalea Belles will officially open the tour during the ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday, April 12 at 12:30 p.m. at Richard and Linda Mechling's home located at 214 N. Sixth Street.
The 2014 Home Tour Sites include:
Neil M. McEachern House, built 1904,
214 North 6th Street
Parmele-Williams House, built 1849, 213 North 6th Street
Yopp-Goodman House, built 1850, 215 North 6th Street
St. Stephen A.M.E. Church, built 1880 – 1886, 501 Red Cross Street
Williams-Belden House, built 1810, 116 South 4th Street
Elliott-Brown House, built 1897,218 South 2nd Street
Edward S. Latimer House, built 1882 - 1883, 208 South 3rd Street
J. Lowell White House, built 1925, 318 North 18th Street
Conrad Meister House, built 1916, 1915 Market Street
Holt-Wise House, built 1908, 1713 Market Street
Tickets are $25 and will go on sale by March 19 at the Azalea Festival office located at 5725 Oleander Drive and at the Historic Wilmington Foundation officer located at 2011 Market Street.
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