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Back Door Kitchen Tour

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The Residents Of Old Wilmington once again would like to invite you for a fun filled day touring homes in beautiful downtown Wilmington.

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The Back Door Kitchen Tour is back for 2019 with nine homes on tour this year. RAIN OR SHINE

602 Walnut St 602 - Patricia & Paul Lawler A brick path winds through lush gardens and into the modern galley kitchen of this charming 1860 Greek Revival-style home, once a doctor’s office. Note the backyard gazebo and old well pump, 150-year-old pine flooring, original fireplaces, and local Wilmington art. Ask about the gold bar.

311 S 5th St. - Mary - Grace Denton & Peter Maloff Built in 1870, this grand NeoClassical home wasapartments in the 1940s frequently occupied by StarNews reporters. Now a single-family residence, theexpansive kitchen features a Window Wall and corkflooring. Don’t miss the book of Old Wilmingtonphotos. Light refreshments served on the front porch.

312 Ann St. 312 - Pam & Peter Gonzalez This elegant Queen Anne house built in 1898 combines beautiful antiques and modern comforts. The heart of the house is the newly renovated chef’s kitchen. It features a Blue Star range and a Subzero refrigerator and wine cooler. The rustic table provides a welcoming place to watch while the homeowners work their magic in this one of a kind kitchen.

313 Ann St. - Jackie Breny & Michael McGinty - Victorian charm abounds in this FrenchSecond Empire-style home, with its striking front- porch ship’s wheel brackets. Follow the garden path past the re-purposed horse-trough and Victorian settee, and you’ll enter the cozy kitchen added in 1915. Ask about the “Bailey House Pantry".

104 Church St. - Beth Rutledge & Tim Morgan A delightful covered porchleads into this renovatedVictorian-style home, built in 1906. A former galleykitchen now features floor-to-ceiling windows,Mercury-glass cabinet inserts, and a reflective shellbacksplash. Don’t miss the Eating Lounge, PantrySurprise, and repurposed telephone niche.

416 S Front St. - Ray Kennedy The Meares House was built in 1862 at the corner of Front and Chestnut- Streets. In 1889 it wasmoved to 416 South Front Street along with theseparate kitchen house. In one of the few kitchen houses left in Wilmington, antiques, modern touches and stunning art are mixed to achieve casual elegance. Don’t miss the antique Louis Vuitton luggage used as a table.

211 S. 2nd St. - Celeste Roberson & Michael Smith Built in 1899, this elegant Queen-Anne style homefeatures period furnishings, an extensive artworkcollection, a unique foyer fireplace, and oil-burningchandelier. The kitchen boasts Brazilian-wood flooringand a spiral staircase with stained-glass panel. Can youfind the vintage phone? It still works!

110 Orange St. - Patricia & Lew Lobosco A cobble-stone driveway leads into thisspacious 3-story home, built in 1810,once a hospital and antique store. Thelarge kitchen, absent fromthe original home,was added in 2012. Note the high ceilings,restored pine flooring, and the owner’s original art work. Can you find the Grandmother clock?

26 A N Front St - Karen Day Enter on 110 Princess St and up a flight of stairs. The grandeur of this renovated 1935 condo will surprise. Features black-granite kitchen countertops, a balcony overlook, high ceilings, open brickwork. Can you find all the owner’s corn-related art

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