Scottsdale Home Tour returns Sunday, Nov. 18

The fourth annual Scottsdale Home Tour returns 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, showcasing a diverse number of mid-century and contemporary homes.

Registration for the event begins at 10:30 a.m. at Andaz Scottsdale Resort and Spa, 6114 N. Scottsdale Road, behind the Borgata.

Once again, a percentage of each $25 ticket will be donated to Scottsdale Fire Fighter Charities, a non-profit organization created by the men and women who serve in the Scottsdale Fire Department, according to a press release.

“We’re really excited about this year’s tour because Andaz is our partner,” said Dana Close, tour producer, in a prepared statement.

“Andaz is a perfect fit for this year’s tour called ‘RenovationsMOD’ because of how their team has renovated the old Cottonwoods Resort property into a masterpiece of mid-century inspired architecture and contemporary design.”

As with prior Scottsdale Home Tours, there will be a diversity of homes on the tour for visitors to enjoy and be inspired by, the press release stated.

There will also be three neighborhoods that have never been on the tour. And, as always, there be a surprise: visitors will be able to tour the original ranch house of what was once a pecan farm that has been renovated and now sits in the middle of a south Scottsdale neighborhood.

When visitors purchase a ticket for the home tour, they become eligible to enter a raffle presented by Andaz to win a one-night stay with breakfast for two, a 60-minute massage at the Palo Verde Spa & Apothecary or a $100 gift certificate for Weft & Warp Art Bar + Kitchen.

Readers can find out more about the home tour and purchase a ticket at: ScottsdaleHomeTours.com.

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