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Chelan Tour of Homes and Art Show: Sept. 16

By on August 29, 2017 in Events with 0 Comments

The rear view from the Dave and Sherry Weitzel home gives the full 100 percent Chelan experience.

Chelan Community Hospital’s annual Tour of Homes as well as its related art show at Tsillan Cellars not only showcases the work of architects, builders and artists, it may save lives.

For 70 years, Guild B has been a booster and friend to the hospital, and especially in anticipation of a new facility, its big fall fundraising project is a way for local residents to help purchase specialized medical equipment.

As in the past, four families are proud to open their homes to the Tour and assist Guild B in its work. These houses are strategically situated to take in the best of Lake Chelan’s beauty, and each has architectural and design attributes that are definitely worth seeing.

For a very Chelan Saturday, take a stroll through these elegant homes and enjoy wine and art afterward. The hours for the open homes and art show are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

n The Larry and Rosie Epstein home: With its hillside location off Summit Boulevard, it commands a sweeping view of Lake Chelan as it turns north on its way to Stehekin. With its rambling one-level design and easy flow, it is ideally suited to gracious retirement living at the turn of the lake.

n The Dan and Dian Prentice home: This historic house was built in 1930 with original art created by architect/designer Milan Heger and fine interior finishes by Lukas Prochazka. The atmosphere is one of rustic elegance, and with its peaceful lakeside setting, it is indeed an historic treasure.

n The Dave and Sherry Weitzel home: Perched on a hill overlooking the lake, this has a stunning view. The design and décor are inspired by Texas hill country, and shades of slate and dove, chalk and straw are carried throughout the home. Three spacious guest suites with pool access lend the feeling of a resort.

n The Jeff and Kelly Chambers home (featured in the July 2017 The Good Life): This big vacation place was designed with family – lots of family – in mind. With its gracefully-designed 7,000 square feet, it features plenty of company spaces, pool area and south views from its vineyard hill near Manson.

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