The Annual Home Tour is a major fundraising initiative of the Flagstaff Symphony Guild. Tickets are $35 and provide individuals access to five distinctive Flagstaff homes.
Saturday, August 8th, 2015 | 10am – 4pm
The 2015 Home Tour features the historic Colton House, the original home of Museum of Northern Arizona founders Dr. Harold S. Colton and wife Mary-Russell Ferrell Colton. Built in 1929, it is a 6,000 square-foot Spanish colonial revival-style rock lodge constructed by Hopi craftsmen using local materials, malpais rock, Ponderosa pine, and Douglas fir. The Colton House is included in the National Register of Historic Places as an outstanding example of regional architecture featuring clay tiles, incised beams, beehive fireplaces, and wrought iron detailing and, most recently, was named as one of the Flagstaff’s Iconic 50.
For information about the Home Tour and to purchase tickets, contact any of the following Flagstaff Symphony Guild members:
Mary Hostetler – 928-522-0549 or 928-699-7478
Gwen Randolph – 928.526-6058
Marilyn Stratton – 928-522-8288