Spring Tour of Historic Homes
Hendersonville, North Carolina
Date: May 4, 2014, 1pm-5pm
Tickets: $15 per person
Organization: Hendersonville Historic Preservation Commission
This May, join us for a self-driving/walking tour through one of Hendersonville’s lovely historic districts, Hyman Heights. This year’s tour features homes built between1856 and 1930, showcasing Craftsman, Gothic, and Colonial Revival Styles. A highlight of the tour will be Killareny House, a pre-civil war home remodeled by Richard Sharp Smith in 1910 (pictured on flyer).
Hyman Heights was platted in 1908 but much of the growth started in 1913 with the opening of Patton Hospital within the neighborhood. This district and its 123 contributing structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Hyman Heights was designated a Local Historic District by the Hendersonville City Council in 1997.
Advanced tickets will be available The Bee Hive (449 N Main), Mia’s Martketplace (241 N. Main) and City Hall (145 5th Ave East).Tickets will be available the day of the tour at Killarney House, 322 Killarney Street (off Patton Street in Hyman Heights).