Houstonians looking to get a peek inside some of the historic properties in the Houston Heights will get their chance Dec. 1 as an annual festive event returns to the neighborhood.

What's happening

The 2023 Holiday Home Tour comes via the Houston Heights Association, a nonprofit civic association that works to promote local business and preserve history in the Heights.

The details

The event runs over the course of two days:
  • Dec. 1: 6-9 p.m.
  • Dec. 2: 3-9 p.m.
Tickets cost $30 and include tours of five Heights homes showcasing architecture as well as holiday decor, according to a Nov. 15 news release from the HHA. The event also includes holiday music during the walk. Homes on the tour include a more modern home built in 2013, an open-design home meant to balance indoor and outdoor living, and a restoration project that received the "Community Improvement Award" from the HHA in 2014. Homes include:
  • The home of Kendra and Trent Bridges, 1305 Ashland St., Houston
  • The home of Samantha-Anne and Robert Nadolny, 1116 Allston St., Houston
  • The home of Brie and Scott Kelman, 1207 Harvard St., Houston
  • The home of Christin Chandler, 901 Heights Blvd., Houston
  • The home of Kate and Colin Langston, 1227 Harvard St., Houston
What they're saying

“Beyond the beautiful homes and stunning decorations, this event is a celebration of the community's warmth and the magic of the holiday season," Event Chair Danielle Stewart said in a statement. "It's a chance for neighbors and visitors to come together and revel in the joy of the holidays.”