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You're Invited!
16th Annual Grandview Heights Historic Home Tour
Sunday, March 29th from 3pm - 7pm

Each year since 1995 approximately a dozen different homeowners in Grandview Heights have opened their homes to the public for the neighborhood’s annual Historic Home Tour.

The Home Tour offers visitors a unique opportunity to step inside historic homes in the neighborhood and meet the creative owners. Grandview Heights boasts historic properties in a variety of architectural styles, with Craftsman Bungalow and Spanish Mission styles dominating. Neighborhood residents bring many different backgrounds and perspectives to their homes and to the neighborhood.

The Home Tour highlights the immense diversity of Grandview Heights and demonstrates that an urban neighborhood can successfully include and engage a disparate population.

About This Year's Tour
This year's tour includes a plated meal provided by the delicious, Aioli of West Palm Beach and live music provided by the Lotsa Papas! The Home Tour is also proud to feature historical Florida art, including the famous Florida Highwaymen at several locations to be announced! Join us to mingle, discuss the day and enjoy the relaxed Grandview Heights ambiance.

Tickets $30.00 in Advance, $35.00 on day of the Tour
Tickets are selling fast... and limited!
VIP Tickets Packages available.


Eventbrite - Grandview Heights Historic Home Tour 2015

A very special thank you to the following:
2015 Grandview Heights Home Tour - Homeowners & Volunteers
Flamingo Park Neighborhood Association
Armory Art Center of West Palm Beach

Located in the heart of West Palm Beach, Florida, the Grandview Heights neighborhood is adjacent to many downtown landmarks, including Howard Park, the Norton Museum of Art, CityPlace and the Palm Beach County Convention Center.

Grandview Heights is one of 13 historic districts located in the City of West Palm Beach, and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1999. The Grandview Heights Historic District is bounded by Park Place, Alabama Avenue, M Street and Lake Avenue.

The name Grandview Heights is derived from the neighborhood’s location atop the Atlantic Ridge just south of Okeechobee Boulevard. Residents with two story homes can see the beautiful Atlantic Ocean over the island of Palm Beach from their second floor windows.