The Moore American


October 2, 2013

Tour of homes coming up

MOORE — The 47th annual Heritage Hills Historic Homes Tour will be from noon to 5 p.m. Nov. 2-3. The theme of this year’s tour is “Upscale Urban Living in Historic Homes.”

The landmark site will be the Overholser Mansion, 405 NW 15 St., Oklahoma City. Featured private homes in Oklahoma City’s Heritage Hills neighborhood include: Kyle and Sara Sweet, 300 NW 15th St.; Dr. Adam de la Garza and Corey Phillips, 322 NW 15th St.; Bill Carey, 326 NW 16th St.; Michael and Katherine Nichols, 440 NW 16 St.; and Dr. Diana Hampton, 1715 N. Hudson.

The tour is designed to heighten awareness and promote preservation of Oklahoma City’s architectural history and to ensure the protection of cultural landmarks for future generations.

Proceeds benefit the tour sponsor, the Heritage Hills Associate Board of Historic Preservation Inc., a non-profit corporation dedicated to the preservation of Oklahoma City’s unique architectural and cultural heritage.

Admission is $12 in advance and $15 on the days of the tour. Tickets may be purchased online at

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