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Grand Arts Council’s Art and Architecture Home Tour is Saturday

Courtesy photoThe Clyne House, which features the latest finishes and luxuries, is part of the Art and Architecture Home Tour on Saturday.

The Grand Arts Council is at it again. The sixth annual Art and Architecture Home Tour is on tap for Saturday, June 27.

The tour of five wonderful Grand Lake homes takes place from 1 to 5 p.m. Homes on the tour this year include a newer home on Grand Lake, The Bell House or Green Shadows.

The Bell house was built in the classic Grand Lake style on the footprint of an older cabin. With split log siding and a screened-in porch, this house feels old from the outside but is brand new on the inside. You will be transported to this house via boat.

The second home on Grand Lake, the Lake Have Lodge, has been on the tour before but this “after” will surprise you. The house has been remodeled to fit modern times while still maintaining the charm of old Grand Lake.

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There is one house on Shadow Mountain Lake, the Clyne House, that is a brand new home with the most amazing finishes and all the luxuries you can imagine. Finished in the best mountain style this home overlooks Shadow Mountain and has a great view of “Baldy.” A great floor plan and finished with wood floors, granite and natural stone, the house will enchant capture you heart.

The fourth house on the tour is the Kinder/Lemke house, tucked away in town on the North Inlet River. This new home has all of the charm of an older home with many “green” features to make it perfect for a changing planet.

The fifth house, the Miller Cabin, is an old time Grand Lake charmer with both old and new parts. Just off the main street of town this one lets you remember the old times while having the conveniences of the new.

One of the most anticipated dinners of the summer is the “Sixth House Dinner” or the Soiree Elegance. The GAC has added a sixth home on the tour, this one located above Lake Granby on a multi-acre lot with amazing views. The multi-course dinner will be accompanied by unique wines. Tickets to this special event are priced at an additional $125 per person and will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Register early, as tickets will sell out quickly.

The sixth house is a “Log Cottage” with all the charm of both a warm log home and a cozy cottage with vaulted ceilings and beautiful art. Enjoy passed hors d’oeuvres and cocktails on the covered deck from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and watch the beautiful colors of the sunset. Dinner will be served at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets may be purchased at the Grand Lake Art Gallery or US Bank in Granby or by calling RE/MAX in Grand Lake at (970) 627-8001. Only 200 tickets were available, so call or come by now.

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