Historic Hyde Park Home Tour 2016

HHPNAlogoHistoric Hyde Park opens its doors for it’s Fourteenth Annual Home Tour on Saturday, March 5, 2016. Come see why our neighborhood is “The Pearl of Tampa Bay”.  Sponsored by the Historic Hyde Park Neighborhood Association (HHPNA), the tour will feature private homes in the neighborhood.  They will be showcasing both new construction and original homes that have been carefully restored throughout the past century.

March 5 @ 9:00 am4:00 pm

Kate Jackson Community Center,

821 S. Rome Avenue
Tampa, FL 33606
 
Info at: http://www.historichydeparktampa.com/2016-historical-hyde-parkneighborhood-home-tour/

Historic Hyde Park Home Tour

The 13th annual Historic Hyde Park Home Tour takes place this year on February 28 from 9:30 to 3:00 pm. Registration will be at the Kate Jackson Community Center. The tour will showcase private homes in the neighborhood – both new homes and historic homes that have been restored. As usual, there will also be goodies available along the walking route. Advance tickets are $20 and available online at ehydepark.org, as well as at all Florida Executive Realty offices, West Elm in Hyde Park Village, or new location of Ashworth Artisan Chocolates at 212 E. Cass in downtown. For more info go to: http://www.historichydeparktampa.com/

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12th Annual Historic Hyde Park Home Tour

Home-Tour-STD(1)The Hyde Park Neighborhood Associations’ 12th Annual Historic Home Tour is scheduled for March 1, 2014.

This year’s tour will feature nine of Hyde Park’s historic homes. Beginning at Kate Jackson Park, visitors will weave their way through the neighborhood touring various styles of homes from the early 20th century and also enjoying delicacies from several local restaurants. New to the tour this year, a “Pop-Up History Center” will elaborate on the rich history of the area as a Tampa treasure. In addition, the “Tree-Mendous Tampa” Community Tree Program team will be planting a tree while educating attendees on how to obtain free trees and conserve the urban forest and shade canopy of Hyde Park.

The proceeds of the Home Tour will be used to fund HHPNA’s ongoing operations.  Past HHPNA projects include:

  • the design and construction of Bern’s Park on Howard Avenue,
  • the installation of historic street signs throughout the neighborhood and
  • working with the Crosstown Authority to renovate the underpass at Swann Avenue. 

Current capital projects include the renovation of Swann Pond.

The 2014 Home Tour begins at Kate Jackson Community Center at 821 S. Rome Avenue, Tampa. 

Ticket sales may be purchased at 9:00 am. through 2:00 pm.  Homes will be open for viewing until 3:30 pm.

Tickets may be purchased in advance at http://ehydepark.org/index.php/online-store, or after February 1 at Ashworth Artisan Chocolate, and West Elm Tampa in Hyde Park Village or at all Coldwell Banker locations in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco and Polk counties for $20.00 or on the day of the tour for $25.00.

Historic Hyde Park Home Tour 2013

HHPNAlogoHistoric Hyde Park opens its doors for the eleventh Annual Home Tour “Springtime in Hyde Park” on Saturday, March 2, 2013.  Sponsored by the Historic Hyde Park Neighborhood Association (HHPNA), the tour will feature private homes in the neighborhood.

  • The 2013 Home Tour begins at Kate Jackson Community Center at 821 S. Rome Avenue, Tampa.
  • Ticket sales may be purchased at 9:00 am. through 2:00 pm. Homes will be open for viewing until 3:30 pm.
  • Tickets may also be purchased at City Street Sweets in Hyde Park Village or at all Coldwell Banker locations in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, and Polk counties for $20 or on the HHPNA website, or on the day of the tour for $25.

Old Hyde Park Home Tour

OLD HYDE PARK HOME TOUR
Sunday, December 4 , 2011
1pm – 4pm

Tour beautiful  historic homes almost 100 years old as you walk along Willow Avenue under the camphor trees between Bayshore Boulevard and Swann Avenue. You’ll find an interesting blend of the old and new as you tour six of Tampa’s original homes built between 1913 and 1924.

View Side Show of previous tours

Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door

Tour starts outside St. John’s Episcopal Church, 902 S. Orleans, Tampa
(Please do not call the church…they are kindly letting us use their property for our registration table.)
Check written to:

Hyde Park Preservation Inc.
c/o 805 S. Willow Ave.
Tampa, FL 33606S

Sorry, no on-line purchases…or credit cards accepted at the event.

Advance sale price will be honored up until Dec. 3rd. No tickets or correspondence will be mailed back. Your name will be put on the list…and wristbands will be picked up at the registration table for ALL sales.

For more information, call (813) 258-6600.email: thefissfamily@gmail.com

Enjoy Lunch before the Tour!
11:30am – 1pmSophie’s French Bakery & Café
1633 W. Snow Ave.
Hyde Park Village
(813) 254-5257Tour Tickets will also be available at Sophie’s – Day of Event only!
(for separate, regular ticket price)Box Lunch Special $10.95

Jambon – Authentic Paris Street Sandwich(baguette, ham, butter)
Two French Macaroons
Bag of Chips
Freshly Brewed Ice Coffee / Tea-or- Hot Coffee or Tea

Former City of Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio is having a book signing earlier that morning at Sophie’s, too!

Hyde Park Preservation, Inc. (HPPI), a 501(c) non-profit, is dedicated to the historic preservation, rehabilitation and development of Old Hyde Park, and is a neighborhood association officially recognized by the City of Tampa for this purpose.