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4 homes & art show in Lake Chelan Tour

By on August 24, 2019 in Events with 0 Comments
Sweeping lake and mountain views come with the farmhouse “On a Whim” in The Lookout.

There is a home tour in Chelan in September, too, with Guild B — the fundraising friends of the Chelan Hospital — showcasing four distinctive sites for the annual Chelan Home Tour plus sponsoring a related art show.

The 2019 tour is Saturday, Sept. 21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and the related art show is at Larc Hill Vineyard Ranch, next to Tsillan Cellars the same day and time.

Some dozen-plus Pacific Northwest artists will show their work, including oil and watercolor paintings, various types of handcrafted jewelry, concrete art and other items. 

Money raised is donated to the Lake Chelan Community Hospital. 

Homes in the tour are:

Meraki Lodge, 223 Meraki Lane, Manson (featured in the August issue of The Good Life) — Visitors are greeted by magnificent views of the Chelan Valley, the surrounding vineyards and orchards, and the lake beyond. A towering stone fireplace reaches the high vaulted ceiling and light pours into the comfortable great room and dining area beyond. 

Traditional with a French Flair, 241 Crystal Drive, Chelan: Ornamental arched steel doors lead into an elegant black and white marble hall set off with a spiral staircase of intricate metal and millwork designed and built by the owner. A color palette of black, white and gray is carried throughout the five-bedroom home, accented by antique French chairs, a settee and a handsome armoire. 

On a Whim, 350 Porcupine Lane, Chelan — This barn red, modern farmhouse sits high in The Lookout planned community with sweeping views of Lake Chelan and the surrounding hills. Seemingly a two-story home, it actually includes four levels, one for the two-car garage. 

Italian Villa, 106 Crystal Drive, Chelan — Massive stonework architecture defines the exterior aspect of this custom home set in a terraced rock garden and built by the owners. The floors are acacia hardwood and the walls are finished with silky Venetian plaster applied by a European artist. 

Tickets for the Home Tour can be purchased for $25 from any Guild B member, at Allisons of Manson, The Culinary Apple, the Chelan Chamber of Commerce, or at lakechelancommunityhospital.com/about-us/home-tour/.

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