For those of you that live out on the East Coast, you are being given the rare opportunity to view Bruce and Melanie Rosebaum’s Steampunk house next month, on the 25th of September. This is all part of the Sharon Historical Society’s tour of six “architecturally significant homes” in the area.
Here’s a breif synopsis of the expanded tour from the Sharon Historical Society’s website:
This year’s tour will feature six architecturally significant homes, including an encore performance of Bruce and Melanie Rosenbaum’s amazing “Steampunk House” on Pleasant St. The self-guided tour of these charming private homes affords the opportunity to explore their decorations as well as their wonderful architecture.
Guides will be available to discuss the significant features of each.
This years tour includes a beautiful turn of the century “Newport Bungalow”,
a very early home that is believed to have been on the Underground Railway,
a recently updated 1980s passive solar (“green”) home and two gorgeous lakefront properties.
This tour is an important fund-raiser to benefit The Historical Society so please purchase your tickets early. All funds that are raised will benefit the Society and it’s important programs. We receive no funding from the town or the state.
Tickets are 20 dollars can can be purchased in advance from the Historical Society Museumat 16 high Street, or from Coldwell Banker Real Estate at 3 North Main St. in Post Office Square. On the day of, tickets may be purchased at any of the six homes that will be on the tour. You can learn more about each home by clicking here.