Historic Home Tour – Montford Neighborhood

2024 Historic Home Tour
Feb. 17th and 18th, 1-5pm



PSABC is proud to once again participate in the National Arts & Crafts Conference with our Historic Home Tour.  This conference draws Arts & Crafts enthusiasts from all over the country for a weekend of seminars, group discussions, demonstrations, selling shows and our home tour.

This year, the Preservation Society of Asheville and Buncombe County is pleased to offer four or more unique historic homes for the Historic Home Tour. The homes on the tour are located in the historic Montford Neighborhood. Planning for the Montford Neighborhood we know today began in 1889 as Asheville’s first electric streetcar suburb by the Asheville Loan, Construction and Improvement Company. Development proceeded slowly until business tycoon George W. Pack took over the enterprise. The sprawling and irregularly shaped residential neighborhood grew to include a collection of houses representing a variety of architectural styles from the early twentieth century, which are included on this tour.

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Special thanks to our home owners, Nest Realty, Gray Line Trolley Tours and the National Arts & Crafts Conference!


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