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Holiday tour features four homes

The Spokane Preservation Advocates will present its sixth annual Holiday Home Tour from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday.

The four homes featured were built in the early 1900s in the nationally recognized historic Cliff Park neighborhood.

“Homes are selected that have interesting details inside and out or ones that are a good example of a specific architectural style,” said Linda Yeomans, one of the event’s organizers.

The featured homes are:

“ The Larsen-Lindholm house, 1243 S. Wall St., built in 1909, features an Arts and Crafts design.

“The Thomas-Dodds house at 1211 S. Wall St., built in 1911, is an example of Craftsman-style architecture.

“The Kendrick-Kearns house at 1228 S. Wall St., built in 1912, and the Lodewyk Lens house, 1238 S. Wall St., built in 1907, are examples of Tudor Revival style houses.

Tickets are $15 and can be purchased the day of the tour at 1228 and 1238 S. Wall.

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