Seapray Avenue Walking Tour

START DATE | TIME
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
2:00pm
END DATE | TIME
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
4:00pm
LOCATION
Event Address

311 Peruvian Avenue
Palm Beach, FL 33480
United States

Members Only

Reservations Required

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.

 

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Seaspray Bungalow
CONTACT PHONE

Members Only

Reservations Required

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.

 

Image
Seaspray Bungalow
Category
Walking Tour