|The McCharles House serves a delicious and charming |
high-tea in their Victorian house
and old-fashioned garden.
|a pretty hollyhock greets visitors at the McCharles House.|
|The Pankey home is a 1928 Monterey Spanish Revival house, |
and features the oldest surviving sycamore tree in the area.
|Mrs. Pankey has lived in this house since 1956. |
She is in the center posing with the
May Pole dancers from Tustin High School.
|This is the Edgell home originally built in 1905. |
It has doubled in size over the years.
|A charming neighborhood home.|
|The Clifford house has a very creative garden |
& front porch. This tall dresser was planted with
a variety of succulents and cottage flowers.
|The porch of the Clifford house. The home was built in 1884 |
in the California Craftsman style.
Flamingos and Xanadu were the themes for this year's tour.
|A pretty shaded chandelier adds drama to the black and |
white porch. Pops of red brighten the space.
|Another vignette of the cute porch with yet another dresser. |
This one is planted in patriotic colors.
|A whimsical fairy garden is a lovely surprise for visitors of the Clifford house.|
|Ready for guests at the Clifford house.|
|Charming roses are appreciated by all who walk by |
this pretty little house.
|A pretty quartet serenaded guests at the Johnson home.|
|All set up for lunch on the porch!|
|My favorite little vignette!|
|The Zell garden was expansive and featured this cozy outdoor fireplace.|
|A charming sitting area close to the garden and to the left of the fireplace.|
|A small children's playhouse |
with a loft in the Zell garden.
|This walking tour also offered the comfort of an old-fashioned buggy ride.|
|Pretty landscaping for this historic 1926 home.|
|Happy birds must live here.|
|A lovely little mason jar vignette at the front door|
|A glamorous laundry room is always fun to see!|
|Another little fairy garden in the Berryman Cottage.|
|Pretty in pink|
|Another pretty Victorian.|
|We had a fun lunch at one of our favorite spots,Rutabegorz! |
Their featured appetizer was
an artichoke, olive and tomato dip with chips, only 47¢!
|I love Old Town Tustin!|