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April 14 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Have you ever wondered if an historic home is for you but were hesitant to call a realtor? Maybe your significant other doesn’t quite have your vision, maybe you’re afraid the upkeep is too much, or maybe you just passed by and have always wanted to see inside. The doors are open on this tour for you to ask all the questions you’ve always wanted answered. If you happen to fall in love, an expert realtor will be there to catch you!

EXPERIENCE

Highlights

  • Visit Columbus’ most desired real estate
  • Ask ALL the questions you have always wanted to ask about owning a historic property
  • Tours given by professionals

Full Description

Have you ever wondered if an historic home is for you but were hesitant to call a realtor? Maybe your significant other doesn’t quite have your vision, maybe you’re afraid the upkeep is too much, or maybe you just passed by and have always wanted to see inside. The doors are open on this tour for you to ask all the questions you’ve always wanted answered. If you happen to fall in love, an expert realtor will be there to catch you!

Includes

✓ Tour 3 private historic homes
✓ On Street Parking
x Handicap Accessible
x Transportation

PREPARE FOR THE ACTIVITY

Meeting point WILL BE PRINTED ON THE TICKET COMFIRMATION

Important information Know before you go:

  • Tours will take place rain or shine.
  • Wear comfortable shoes, flat-soled shoes; heels not permitted
  • Please silence cell phones on the properties.
  • No smoking, eating, drinking or photography allowed, still exterior photos only.
  • On street parking at both locations

Camelia Place- c.1847

416 7th St. N.

“Camellia Place” a impressive Greek Revival mansion built in 1847 by architect/builder James Lull for his personal residence. Just one of a number of the finest Greek revival structures he built in Columbus MS. Bought by the present owner’s family In 1871. Now only the second family to live in the house , has chosen to sell it. Situated on 1.6 acres in town, and is comprised of solid brick construction, 14 foot tall ceilings, marble fireplaces and magnificent wood moldings. Truly a grand home.
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Details

Date:
April 14
Time:
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Categories:
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Cost:

Free

Dates & Times

2 pm – 5pm
Thursday, March 24

2 pm – 5pm
Thursday, March 31

2 pm – 5pm
Thursday, April 7

2 pm – 5 pm
Thursday, April 14

Ticketing Info:

Mobile
Use your phone or print your voucher
In Person
Preservation Pilgrimage Headquarters, 512 Main Street, Across from City Hall
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Last minute ticketing

Last minute ticketing available

Covid-19 precautions

Special health and safety measures apply.

Event Duration

Duration 3 hours

Free Cancellation

Cancel up to 1 hour in advance.

Location

STARTING LOCATIONS WILL BE PRINTED ON THE TICKET COMFIRMATION

Organizer

Preservation Society of Columbus
Phone:
(662) 368-2503
Email:
PreserveColumbus@gmail.com