The annual walking tour will feature five properties on Seaspray Avenue and conversations with design professionals on the rehabilitation of historic homes:
At 137 Seapray Avenue, architect Richard Sammons will discuss the restoration of original windows at the Moorish Revival Landmark.
Pat Seagraves, AIA will provide a tour of the recently completed 212 Seaspray Avenue, one of architect John Volk's first commissions in Palm Beach.
At 225 Seaspray Avenue, participants will explore a bungalow with a unique pagoda-influenced roof and original interior layout.
At 322 Seaspray Avenue, the 2017 recipient of the Polly Earl Award, builder Scott Sloane will examine the reinterpretation of a bungalow for modern living.
Landscape designer Fernando Wong will share his Lesly S. Smith Landscape Award-winning design for 415 Seaspray Avenue.
Participants will park at the Preservation Foundation and be transported to Seaspray Avenue by trolley.