Tour historic homes at Old West End Festival in Toledo

TOLEDO — The 43rd Annual Historic Old West End Festival, featuring tours of five mansions and homes, is
Saturday and Sunday.
These are the featured homes:
• The George Allen- Deb & Todd Kienzle Home, 2238 Scottwood Blvd. Built in 1892 by architect
David L. Stine for George Allen of Allen & Parkhurst, this home features a spectacular entry
with stained glass windows, original woodworking with fabulous wood craftsmen artistry ?oors. Additional
details include chandeliers, pocket doors, detail fret work, second-?oor laundry, must see bathrooms and
main and staff staircases.
• The Edward & Florence Scott Libbey Home, 2008 Scottwood Blvd. Built in 1895 by architect David
L. Stine, this stunning home is a combination of shingle and colonial revival style. The interior
includes a 30 ft. reception hall, a cherry wood grand staircase featuring a large stained glass bay, a
mahogany parlor and an ornately paneled dining room accented by 10 hand-carved lions’ heads.
• The Helen Doyle Pratt–Joyce Lockford Home, 2515 Glenwood Dr. Built in 1907 by Judge John H. Doyle as a
gift for his daughter, Helen, this Colonial style home features a four column, covered front porch and
side panel windows. The interior appointments include amazing wood details, butlers pantry and a grand
staircase. There are many colorful stories of past inhabitants of this historical home.
• The George Williams-Jane and Dave Petitjean Home, 2532 Glenwood Dr. Built in 1914, this Arts and Crafts
home is celebrating its Centennial year. A beveled and leaded-glass entrance leads to an interior
boasting original oak craftsmanship and light ?xtures. A stairwell window seat sits under triple-stained
glass windows highlighting a tulip motif. The current owner’s original artwork adorns this home.
• The Reynolds Secor Home-Mansion View Inn, 2035 Collingwood Blvd. Built in 1887, This 10,000 sq. ft.
mansion was designed by Edward O. Fallis and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Interior highlights include Italian marble, hand-carved 13 foot ceilings, Honduran mahogany and a
stained glass window in the dining room. There are three ?oors, 18 rooms and 6 and 1?2 baths.
Hours are from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days.
House tour tickets are $15 per person or $25 per couple. Children ages 12 and under are free.
Donate five canned goods at the information booths and get a house tour ticket for $10. Canned goods will
bene?t St. Paul’s United Methodist Church.
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