The Gamble House will present “Arroyo’s Edge: Greene and Greene Interiors 2012″ — A Rare Opportunity to Visit Six Privately-Owned Properties in the Historic Park Place Neighborhood..
It has been twenty years since a “Greene and Greene Interiors” tour featured the interiors of houses in the historic Park Place neighborhood. On April 22 from 12 noon to 5 p.m., this remarkably intact enclave of the Greenes’ work — once known as “Little Switzerland” for its woodsy, chalet-style structures will be open to the public.
The Arroyo’s Edge tour will feature: the Duncan-Irwin house (1906-08), the Mary Ranney house (1907), the F. W. Hawks house (1906), the Van Rossem-Neill house (1903-06), the Louise T. Halstead house (1905-15) and the James Culbertson garden (1902-14).
The tour will give participants a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Greene and Greene interiors that are rarely, if ever, opened to the public. Purchase your tickets here.