This elegant Westmont Avenue Victorian home built in 1896 greets you with the original stained-glass windows, floors, and woodwork. Everywhere you look you will find an abundance of tasteful Christmas decorations – from the Beyers Carolers to the snow babies in the living room, there’s a surprise around every corner.
A beautifully landscaped Dutch Colonial on Homestead Avenue awaits you. Notice the giant Christmas wreath that welcomes you inside this lovely home with evergreens and holly wrapped around the staircase. Beautiful Lawson glass vases and antiques from the 1800’s have been handed down from family members and are a must see!
“Our History Serving the Community in Love” is this year’s tour theme at Mt. Olivet Baptist Church. In 1894, a simple wooden frame church was built by noted contractor, William Capern. Be sure to see the baptismal pool behind the alter that was installed in 1963. The Mass Gospel Choir will be performing Christmas songs at 7pm in the Sanctuary to get you into the holiday season.
As you enter this stately Station Avenue Colonial home, you can’t miss the giant decorated tree! Throughout the home, you will find Dicken’s London, Madam Alexander dolls, Handknit stockings on the mantle, toys, snow globes, and more! Green, red, and gold, in the dining room recreate the Kensington area of London.
Originally built in 1952, as a cape-style home, previous owners transformed this Station Avenue home into a two-story Colonial with an open floor plan. The new owners have added classis touches with traditional design elements. Be sure to check out the music room with the grand piano and the dining table which has been set for a Hanukkah meal including menorahs from the owner’s grandparents.
A lovely Chews Landing Road Center Hall Colonial welcomes you into an expansive foyer which includes a Murano glass interpretation of Vincent Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” as well as a sleigh filled with gifts. A collection of Nutcrackers, fresh flowers, Christmas trees and a beautiful backyard decorated for the season is a must see!
This picturesque Victorian-era Kings Highway Home built in 1874-75 has undergone many changes but the essence of the home has been retained. Be sure to notice the original Chestnut staircase, the 11’ ceilings, and crown molding. Beautiful Christmas trees and decorations scattered throughout the home are sure to get you into the holiday season.
Tickets purchased after 4pm on December 6 will be held for you at Interfaith Caregivers 20 Chestnut Street Haddonfield, NJ.