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Dunwoody Home Tour 2019

Home 1

Home 1

Lovely transitional style home in
Dunwoody

When you step across the broad slate front porch, softly lit by gas lanterns, and into this transitional style home, we guarantee your first thought will be Wow! Rebuilt from the ground up a year ago, this 8,500-square-foot residence emanates a tranquil environment of soft dove grays and whites throughout.

Home 2

Home 2

Red Brick beauty inside and out
Dunwoody

Impressive from the outside. Spectacular from within. Like Phileas Fogg, you’ll take a magical “tour du monde” when you visit this two-story, red brick beauty, but you won’t need trains or hot air balloons to make the journey. Updated twice in 30 years, the home radiates the personal style and extraordinary interests of its owners.

Home 3

Home 3

Cream color home with a magical basement with children in mind
Dunwoody

Alex Haley said that “Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children.” Perhaps with that in mind, the owners of this stately, two-story brick home have generously sprinkled magic across all levels to create a playground for children and the young at heart.

Home 4

Home 4

Historic Charleston styled home that says Southern charm and hospitality
Sandy Springs

If you love historic Charleston, you’ll fall in love with this stately, two-story brick home. Built in 1983, but newly remodeled, this home bursts with Southern charm and hospitality. A sweeping lawn guides you to a tiered piazza where the front door on the lower level is framed by a lush shade garden.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019
9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Thank you for your interest in learning about Dunwoody’s most anticipated events of the fall, the Annual “Dunwoody Home Tour.”  The 47th Annual “Dunwoody Home Tour” is the major ways and means project of the Dunwoody Woman’s Club.  Beautiful homes, each depicting a different style of living, have been selected and will ensure the continuing success of this project.  We hope you take this opportunity to view results of loving renovations and new additions, home gardens, and get lots of interior design ideas.  Proceeds from Home Tour are used to fulfill the club’s commitment of service through various programs in the areas of Arts, Conservation, Education, Home Life, International Outreach, Public Issues, and to support the Tallulah Falls School in North Georgia.

The Home Tour will include four private homes in Dunwoody and nearby Sandy Springs.


Partner with us by sponsoring our event!

  • Patron ($2,000+)
  • Diamond ($1,000+)
  • Platinum ($500+)
  • Gold ($300+)
  • Silver ($200+)

Sponsorship and Partnerships

Dunwoody Home Tour sponsors know the importance of giving back to their community and we invite you to get involved and become engaged in our community.  All sponsors are featured in the Home Tour ticket book, here on our website, on social media, and in our thank-you ad in the Dunwoody Crier, which has a distribution of over 38,000 homes and businesses.

By supporting us, you are helping in so many ways … perhaps to make a difference in a child’s life or to help a struggling adult, and to further enrich the quality of life in our community.  Visit our Become a Sponsor Page here to learn more about sponsorship opportunities and benefits.

Questions?  Please email the Home Tour Sponsorship Commitee.

Thank you to our Home Tour Committee!

Dunwoody Woman’s Club has some of the most dedicated members.  We’d like to especially thank the 2019 Home Tour committee members below,  who have graciously agreed to accept leadership roles in making this year’s event a huge success.  We look forward to another great event.

Chairman:  Diane Norris – [email protected] – 678-772-0109

Hostess Chairmen:  Martha Blondheim and Jill Jordan

Home Selection Committee:  Diane Norris, Maria Barnhart, Suzanne Bentz, Martha Blondheim, Chris Cox, Marilyn Dalrymple, Jill Jordan, Bernice McGuire, Barbara Robinson

Sponsorship Committee Chairmen: Su Ellis and Sheila Willibey

Publicity:  Debra Love, Maria Barnhart, Suzanne Bentz (ticket commentary), Bernice McGuire (photographer)

Tickets: Donna Fullilove, chairman  
Ticket vendors: Marilyn Dalrymple and Joyce Niemann

 Driveway Flowers:  Kathy Hanna, Chairman

 Treasurer: Faye Cashwell

We also appreciate the support from: 

  • Mount Vernon Printing
  • Dr. David Dalrymple
  • Pat Fiorello
  • Lauderhills Fine Jewelry
  • Spalding Garden Club