Mountain View Educational Foundation hosts Home Tour Sep. 28
Original post made by MVEF, Old Mountain View, on Aug 25, 2014
Come experience 120 years of living in Mountain View. With two homes built from the ground up, three extensively remodeled in period style, and two from the historic registry, the homes have a little bit of everything. See how home styles transitioned from Victorian and Queen Anne to Craftsman and Mission style in the early 1900's. Compare a scullery kitchen to a modern kitchen with granite counter tops.
Take this opportunity to see the inside of these iconic homes you've been passing for years. From beautiful tile to chickens and bees, you'll come away with ideas for your own home.
All proceeds from the event go to the Mountain View Educational Foundation to fund essential K-8 programs, such as art, music, science, after school sports, and technology electives in the Mountain View Whisman School District.
For tickets, visit Web Link.
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