Holiday House Tour - December 13, 2018 - Buy Tickets Here

2018 Holiday House Tour

Christmas Holiday staircase with garland and festive display

Interfaith Caregivers holds its annual Haddonfield House Tour on December 13, from 10 am – 4:00 pm and 5:00 – 9:00 pm. Each of the six Haddonfield homes and Christ the King Church will be festively decorated for the holidays for all to see.

Event overview:
Haddonfield House Tour Presented by Interfaith Caregivers
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Hours: 10:00am-4:00pm & 5:00-9:00pm

Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 day of event (tickets are valid for both sessions)

To purchase tickets:
Cash, check or credit cards accepted at Interfaith Caregivers office, behind Haddonfield Borough Hall,
242 Kings Highway East.

Cash or check accepted at the following Haddonfield locations:

The Haddonfield Information Center, 2 Kings Court
Haddonfield Library, 600 N. Haddon Ave.

Online using PayPal using the button below:

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Continuing our annual tradition, this year’s House Tour will give participants an opportunity to tour six beautifully decorated homes featuring a unique mix of Colonial, Victorian, Four-Square, and bungalow, all adorned inside and out with festive holiday decorations as well as Christ the King Church.

 

  • Magnificent stained-glass windows line the Assembly area of Christ the King Church. Be sure to notice the majestic nativity scene and the beautiful wood carvings depicting the station of the cross.  Be sure to take a moment to listen to the lovely music.

 

  • This beautiful house built in 1929 on Hawthorne Ave was expanded 8 years ago to include a light-filled family room. Contemporary furnishings throughout the home provide an attractive backdrop for the homeowner’s tasteful decorations.

 

  • Built in 1900, this four-square style home on Washington Ave was recently renovated and is stunning. You won’t want to miss the Byers Choice Christmas Carolers throughout the home.

 

  • Walk up to this Loucroft Ave dream home and enter through a unique mahogany front door and into this stunning home incorporating their Jewish and Christian heritages. Lights, greens ornaments and a dining room table set for Hanukah dinner await you!

 

  • This charming bungalow-style home on Ellis Street was built in 1910 and renovated in 1997. You won’t want to miss the vast collection of vintage Christmas decorations that will have you reminiscing of Christmas past.

 

  • Built over 100 years, situated on a knoll top on the corner of Warwick Rd. and Bellevue Ave. sits this beautiful colonial Haddonfield home. 2 stunning chandeliers from France and a beautiful jewel toned Christmas tree adorned with ornaments collected over 50 years are just a small number of amazing things you will see in this spectacular home.

 

  • This American four-square home on Lafayette Ave was built by William Caphern in 1909. As you enter, notice the original stained-glass windows and beautiful Chestnut woodwork. An extensive array of nutcrackers, many from Germany, represent the families interest, careers and travels as well as Jim Shore collectables can be seen throughout the home.