WAVERLY TWP. — The Waverly Community House will once again offer its annual Holiday House Tour from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22. The tour will showcase an eclectic mix of homes, decorated for the holiday season in a variety of themes and styles by design professionals.
This year’s Holiday House Tour is chaired by Kathleen Nelson and sponsored by Toyota of Scranton.
Closest to the Comm in proximity, the Dugas home in Waverly is a beautifully renovated old carriage house that will be transformed by John Mackey of John Mackey Designs into a stunning holiday spectacle.
Another short distance from the Waverly Community House, the Nealon home was built in 1993 in a traditional colonial style. Rusty Yakel is the designer for this warm, inviting home situated in a charming neighborhood.
Located in Clarks Summit, the Clark and Grindle home is a charming Arts and Crafts style bungalow that was built in 1914 and has had only four owners over the last 100 years. The home features a particularly grand living room where hundreds of Faberge ornaments will adorn the holiday tree.
The Waverly Community House is grateful to the families for opening their homes to benefit the Comm and to the decorators for donating their time and talents to this tour. Tickets for the house tour are $20 and are available in advance at the Comm and on sale in the Comm lobby during the Artisans’ Marketplace. All proceeds benefit the Comm, a non-profit.
Visit waverlycomm.org for more information.
Information provided by the Waverly Community House.